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Mousse (236 titles)
 

Milan
Founded in 2006 with Mousse Magazine, Mousse Publishing grew out of the demand felt in the sector for a new attitude towards art publishing. The underlying idea was to give every collaborative project (with museums, institutions, fairs, galleries, artists and curators) the originality, care and attention that have always distinguished the publisher's high-quality work.
 
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2018
Italian edition
A collection of texts on photography and photographers by Italian gallerist Massimo Minini. The publication also explores relationship between photography and sculpture through sections dedicated to Adolfo Wildt and Mimmo Paladino.

2018
English edition
Publication documenting the eponymous permanent installation by Kiefer at Pirelli HangarBicocca in Milan. First created in 2004, the work features seven “tower sculptures,” now combined with five large-format paintings, made between 2009 and 2013. The book gathers essays, a conversation with the artist, an exhaustive photographic documentation, description of the installation, and a bio-bibliography.

2018
English edition
Final chapter of a publication series by Ugo Rondinone, this catalogue presents the artist's exhibition on the occasion of the reopening of the Bass Museum of Art in Miami. The volume also takes a look at the Museum's acquisition of Rondinone's Miami Mountain, which follows his iconic mountain series, recognizable for their brightly colored, fluorescent contrasting palates.

2018
bilingual edition (English / Italian)
Continuum is a catalogue dedicated to the first group exhibition set in the restored wing “Ala Scaligera” of the Borromeo Castle, on Lake Maggiore. It features an impressive combination of great artists, with Giovanni Anselmo, Vanessa Beecroft, Daniel Buren, Sheila Hicks, Anish Kapoor, Giulio Paolini, and Ettore Spalletti.

2018
English edition
The artistic development in China from 1998 to 2018.

2018
English edition
Place.Labour.Capital. takes a reflective look at the first years of the NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore, and serves as a means to review the parameters of its own position in the present globalised art world and knowledge-production economies.

2018
English edition
Catalogue documenting a recent series of works by the Greek American artist, which blends painting, sculpture, and photography. In his practice, Gerasimos Floratos plays with the idea of site-specificity, and is strongly inspired by the Situationist concept of psychogeography.

2018
English edition
This catalogue documents the performance and visual arts collective's new body of work—a series of sculptures and a four-act theatrical production imagining the potential of an automated machine or software with the ability to compose tragic and dramatic scripts.

2018
bilingual edition (English / Spanish)
Catalogue of the second edition of Lulennial, a biennial organized in the small space of gallery Lulu, in Mexico City. The twenty-two artists invited by curators Chris Sharp and Andrew Berardini met around one subject matter: fruit.

2018
bilingual edition (English / Portuguese)
This first monograph on Paulo Nimer Pjota, profusely illustrated and collecting several essays and a long conversation between the Brazilian artist and Kiki Mazzucchelli, takes stock at Nimer Pjota's signature condensation of pictorial concerns and life lessons. His layered works, like modern, rough palimpsests, are testaments to the artist's collapsing of high with low, society and history with the personal and the marginal, often told through readymade details and objects that Nimer Pjota corrals in front of the wall pieces.

2018
bilingual edition (English / Italian)
Saâdane Afif, Jacqueline Kiyomi Gordon & C. Spencer Yeh, Pan Daijing, Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster, Forensic Architecture & Metahaven, T. J. Demos, Nicolas Moufarrege by Élisabeth Lebovici, Mounira Al Solh, and Dean Daderko, Lisa Ponti by Hans Ulrich Obrist and Franco Toselli, Dieter Roelstraete, Vivan Sundaram, Lin May Saeed, Post-Performance Future by Marie de Brugerolle…

2018
bilingual edition (English / Italian)
The publication is the first comprehensive study of Baruchello's relationship with the moving image from the sixties on.

2018
bilingual edition (English / Italian)
Rita Mcbride, Julia Scher, Lu Yang, Michael Stevenson, Alexandra Pirici, Martin Arnold, Erika Verzutti, Julia Phillips & Aaron Gilbert, Simphiwe Ndzube, Diego Marcon, Tiona Nekkia Mcclodden, Diamond Stingily, Meriem Bennani, Siri Aurdal, Asad Raza, Lydia Ourahmane…

2018
English edition
Sam Anderson's body of work examines the existential conditions of human life on the basis of her own biography and stories from her social milieu. This catalogue documents her first solo shows at SculptureCenter in New York and the Kölnischer Kunstverein in Cologne. It features both new and older works, including sculptures, installations and video works.

2018
English edition
First comprehensive monograph on British experimental filmmaker Ben Rivers.

2018
English edition
The fourth of a five-chapter publication series by Ugo Rondinone, this catalogue documents the iteration of Ugo Rondinone's Vocabulary of solitude at the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive in the summer of 2017.

2018
English edition
The third volume of a five-chapter publication series, this catalogue celebrates a new iteration of the artist's color spectrum series that congregates his art, the architecture of the Cincinnati Contemporary Arts Center, and the public as collaborators in an all-encompassing experience.

2018
bilingual edition (English / Italian)
Catalogue accompanying a selection of works by the German artist showcased at Castello di Rivoli. Weisz combines references to Renaissance art, psychoanalysis, memories and the female body, creating complex and poetic installations, inspired by a text by poet Paul Celan.

2017
English edition
This unique, small format companion to the exhibition “Revolution Every Day” is inspired by the tradition of Soviet tear-off calendars. The book has 365 calendar pages with daily entries featuring a range of images and texts drawn from primary and archival source materials that explore the historical and experiential dimensions of revolution. It presents short essays and original contributions from curators, artists, and scholars, and illustrations of all of the works in the exhibition.

2017
English edition
Artist Michael Fliri investigates concepts such as metamorphosis, mutation and disguise: the protagonists in his work—often Fliri himself—time and again undergo a process of change or transformation. This catalogue offers an extended overview of his practice and underscores his significance on the international art scene.

2017
English edition
This artist's book is a documentation of the production, installation, and decomposition of Samara Scottis solo exhibition “Silk at Eastside Projects”, Birmingham, in 2015. For the project, Scott gathered materials such as eyeshadow, cistern block, tapioca, pipe-cleaners, scented candles, graphite, mustard, solar reflective roofing paint, aquarium gravel, and red wine, among others.

2017
English edition
An overview of American artist Amy Sillman's most recent bodies of work, including diagrams, drawings, animations, sculpture, and large-scale abstractions that combine painting with digital prints on canvas, shown serially in panoramic installations. Layering and dynamic movement pervades these works, whose concerns shift between the tragic-comic and the vexed histories and techniques of painting.

2017
bilingual edition (English / Italian)
Special issue dedicated to the relationship between and mutual influence of exhibition display and contemporary art practices. A pool of guest contributors—including Hans Ulrich Obrist, Mario García Torres, Simon Starling, Jens Hoffmann, Kim West, Liam Gillick, Gabriel Sierra, Morgan Fisher, Willem De Rooij, Céline Condorelli, and more—were invited to select illuminating cases of cross-pollination, and to compile extended captions for their chosen images.

2017
bilingual edition (English / French)
Illustrated catalogue published in conjunction of the first comprehensive overview of Qiu Zhijie, one of the most important Chinese artists of his generation. The publication directly addresses the challenges of conveying the complexity of Qiu Zhijie's practice in the European context. It features essays by Andrea Bellini, Davide Quadrio, and Francesca Girelli, an extensive interview with the artist by Liu Jingjing, and descriptions of the exhibited works.

2017
trilingual edition (English / Portuguese / Spanish)
temporarily out of stock
A twenty-year survey of works by Julie Mehretu, considered as one of the foremost painters of her generation.

2017
English edition
Catalogue documenting the Lebanese-born artist's eponymous project, which started as a sonic experimentation project with objects from the Dahlem Museum in Berlin. This work, which was later contucted at the kurimanzutto gallery in Mexico and at the Tate Modern, gave rise to various events and interventions, concerts and workshops.

2017
English edition
Halway between the catalogue and the conceptual publication, Road to Victory presents Pittas' re-reading of exhibition designer Herbert Bayer's 1942 eponymous propagandist show at MoMA. It gathers works by Pittas stemming from his reflection on this historical exhibition, archives, and an anthology of essays by acclaimed authors.

2017
English edition
First major catalogue dedicated to one of the biggest representatives of Polish art and experimental cinema, Józef Robakowski. The publication presents some of the artist's most significant works and his research on the language of film and montage. It includes and interview with Marina Abramović, one of Robakowski's colleague at the time of the Soviet Union.

2017
English edition
This series of photographs narrates Giovanna Silva's life among the Italian army in Afghanistan, while she worked on a commissioned project in honor of Italian journalist Maria Grazia Cutuli.

2017
bilingual edition (English / Portuguese)
Invited to forge a dialogue with the unique context of the Art Deco building of the Serralves Villa in Porto, American artist Nick Mauss created works that reflect an encounter with the social and private choreographies of the formerly grand and domestic spaces of the Villa. The catalogue includes an essay by the American author and poet, Lucy Ives and an interview with Nick Mauss, conducted by João Ribas, the exhibition's curator.

2017
bilingual edition (English / Italian)
Interviews with Frieda Toranzo Jaeger, Rana Hamadeh, Aria Dean, Barbara Chase-Riboud, Beatriz Santiago Muñoz, Lin Ke, Yasunao Tone, Timothée Calame, Sara Deraedt; round-table on the relations between art, dance, and theater; Yann Chateigné's notes on time; Kathy Noble on institutional trauma; Jens Hoffmann, Candice Hopkins, Chus Martínez, and Ingo Niermann on issues related to cultural appropriation; Sofia Stevi by Andrew Berardini; conversation with Liz Craft and Stanya Kahn; the use of augmented reality in arts; round-table on performance studies; Hendrik Folkerts on monumentalization.

2017
bilingual edition (English / Italian)
This monograph offers a rich critical overview of the work of Luca Bertolo from 2012 to 2017, with essays by Craig Burnett and Dieter Roelstraete and an interview with Antonio Grulli.

2017
bilingual edition (English / Italian)
Catalogue of the eponymous exhibition held at the Chiostri di Sant'Eustorgio museum complex in Milan: the works of Adrian Paci enter in dialogue with the frescoes and the space of the Diocesan museum, and draw on a narrative dominated by stories of migration and the relationship to religion.

2017
bilingual edition (English / German)
What defines cultures? How enduring are they over time? And where are the origins of the foundations of what we regard today as European culture? This catalogue examines questions that emerge as soon as the discussion turns to culture. It gathers works by Jonathas de Andrade, Lothar Baumgarten, Yervant Gianikian & Angela Ricci Lucchi, Friedemann von Stockhausen, Clemens von Wedemeyer, and Aimée Zito Lema.

2017
English edition
last available copies!
Reference monograph surveying ten years of work centered around painting, with forays in other forms of art. The Italian artist's conceptual universe interweaves personal experiences with references to art history, literature, and music as well as to cinema.

2017
bilingual edition (English / Italian)
Publication documenting the pilot episode of a series of video works by Invernomuto that avails itself of the structure and production processes of a TV series. This episode deals with the true story of a conflict between natives and settlers in New Zealand during the eighties.

2017
bilingual edition (English / French)
Catalogue of the 15th Geneva Biennial, dedicated to artists' film and video. The publication documents 27 commissionned works through a series of interviews with participating artists by international curators and producers (from November 9, 2016, to January 29, 2017).

2017
English edition
The catalogue of the Pavilion of Iraq at the 57th Venice Biennale, this book presents eight Iraqi artists of different generations, together with work made by Francis Alÿs when he was embedded with a battalion of Peshmerga near Mosul, and a stunning collection of artefacts from the Iraq Museum of Baghdad.

2017
English edition
The catalogue of the Malta Pavilion at the 57th Venice Biennale takes readers on a poetic journey through the volatile territories of national and cultural identity of Malta. Gathering contributions by authors, artists, and travelogues, the publication presents ample proof of the rich, complex, and continuing history of the maltese people and its diaspora.

2017
English edition
Published to document a project by the Dagestani artist Taus Makhacheva that consists of the video Tightrope and a series of three performances, this publication is built around a dialogue between Makhacheva and the protagonist of her film, the tightrope walker Rasul Abakarov. It offers insight into the artist's practice and elaborates on the topics she tackles in her works.

2017
English edition
This manual accompanies the installation The Aalto Natives realised for the Finnish Pavilion at the 57th Venice Biennale by artists Nathaniel Mellors and Erkka Nissinen. It reveals the full story of Geb and Atum, two terraforming mythical creatures who are floating through space in a vessel shaped not unlike the structure of the Aalto Pavilion.

2017
English edition
Produced in conjunction with two exhibitions, this monograph offers a rich critical overview of Parreno's work, with essays by Cyril Béghin, Molly Nesbit, Brian O'Doherty and Adam Thirlwell, and two interviews with Hans Ulrich Obrist and Andrea Lissoni. An invaluable research tool for studying one of the most influential and charismatic figures on the contemporary art scene.

2017
English edition
last available copies!
The first of a four-chapter publication series by Ugo Rondinone, this catalogue documents the installation Vocabulary of Solitude—an arrangement of his works inspired by the color spectrum. The centerpiece comprises forty-five life-size sculptures of passive and contemplative clowns, who together describe the anguish of human solitude.

2017
English edition
A comprehensive and focused reader on Wilkinson's output and documents the Glasgow-based artist's practice spanning from 2015 to 2010, including six exhibitions and works produced within that time period, in reversed chronological order.

2017
English edition
Catalogue of the eponymous exhibition at the Nordic Pavilion at the 57th Venice Biennale, featuring works by six artists from different generations: Siri Aurdal, Nina Canell, Charlotte Johannesson, Jumana Manna, Pasi “Sleeping” Myllymäki, and Mika Taanila.

2017
English edition
First major monograph dedicated to the British artist, bringing together visual documentation, texts addressing the artist's multifarious practice over recent years, and a comprehensive chronology spanning his twenty-year career.

2017
bilingual edition (English / Italian)
This exceptional catalogue follows an exhibition of video works from the La Gaia Collection in Italy. It features documentation of the show and individual presentations of works by the major video artists of the 20th century to nowadays: Marina Abramović, Pierre Bismuth, Mircea Cantor, Rä Di Martino, Ion Grigorescu, Gary Hill, Jonathan Horowitz, Alfredo Jaar, William Kentridge, Adrian Paci, Rosemarie Trockel, Valie Export, Bill Viola…

2017
bilingual edition (English / Italian)
Kathy Noble on narcissism in recent art; Robert Barry on Erkki Kurenniemi; John Knight; Seth Price; Julia Weist & Nestor Siré; Johannes Paul Raether; Yan Xing; Trix + Robert Haussmann; Kevin Jerome Everson; Leilah Weinraub; Lantian Xie; Basma Alsharif; Duane Linklater; Robertas Narkus; “Let's Make Protest Great Again” by Jens Hoffmann; “Weeping, Dreaming, Fucking, Laughing. This Is How Some Revolutions Get Started” by Andrew Berardini.

2017
bilingual edition (English / Italian)
Monographic catalogue: a selection from the italian artist's most recent works—acrylic drawings, watercolours, and the Mirrors series.

2017
bilingual edition (English / Italian)
Catalogue of the first European retrospective dedicated to a major figure in Japanese contemporary art. Situations focuses on Suga's entire career, among the prime movers of 1960s group Mono-ha, and documenting over twenty of his installations, dating from 1969 to the present.

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