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Mousse (195 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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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
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
The second of a four-chapter publication series by Rondinone, Golden Days & Silver Nights documents a cycle of works recently made by the artist in Rome: the installation of white olive trees's mouldings among the ruins of the Trajan Forum, and the exhibition “Vocabulary of Solitude” at the MACRO Museum, where sculptures of forty-five clowns were accompanied by a multitude of rainbow drawings.

2017
English edition
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.

2017
bilingual edition (English / French)
A complement to the project presented by the Vancouver-based artist at the Canadian pavilion for the 2017 Venice Bienniale, this publication includes over two hundred drawings by Farmer, at once perfectly readable and traumatic, and a glossary compiled by curator Kitty Scott.

2017
bilingual edition (English / Portuguese)
Companion book / reader to the eponymous exhibition at MAAT, Lisbon. It features previously unpublished essays on the ongoing transition from the notion of utopia toward its mirror image: dystopia.

2017
bilingual edition (English / German)
The work of Austrian artist Christoph Meier examines space as a site of social interaction and interrogates the conditions of contemporary art production and presentation. This exhibition catalogue provides multiple entry points to his practice, with three in-depth articles by Vanessa Joan Müller, Anna Nowak, and Thomas D. Trummer, and an interview with the artist.

2017
bilingual edition (English / Italian)
This issue dedicated to documenta 14 addresses themes, artists, and projects spanning between Athens and Kassel. Including: Moyra Davey by Quinn Latimer; Vivian Suter & Elisabeth Sussman; Roee Rosen; “Preliminary notes for a Black manifesto” by Rasheed Araeen; Khvay Samnang “; The Globalised Museum?” by Bonaventure Soh Bejeng Ndikung; articles by Kirsty Bell, Irena Haiduk, Pierre Bal-Blanc, Neni Panourgiá, Dieter Roelstraete, and more.

2017
trilingual edition (English / German / Italian)
Hopf's multidisciplinary practice addresses the paradoxes and ridicule that spill form high-minded attitudes toward art making and the faith in technology, professionalism, and efficiency. This catalogue gathers a significant sampling of her works, as well as two essays and an interview.

2017
English edition
2-volume set bringing together a visual catalogue of the 2016 Dhaka Art Summit and a conjunct reader addressing the themes that informed the Critical Writing Ensembles—an international platform dedicated to art writing—which gathered during the South Asian art festival.

2017
English edition
Reprint of a 2006 catalogue documenting the series of exhibitions and interventions curated by Hans Ulrich Obrist and Pedro Reyes at Casa Luis Barragán's in Mexico City (with Francis Alÿs, Daniel Buren, Gilbert & George, Dominique Gonzales-Foerster, Joseph Grigely, Rem Koolhaas, Lygia Pape, Anri Sala, Ettore Sottsass, Rikrit Tiravanija, Niele Toroni…).

2017
English edition
Most comprehensive monograph on the work of Nina Beier to date, Cash for Gold brings together eight essays drawing on the Danish's artistic practice and her investigation on the status of images in our contemporary reality.

2017
English edition
This catalogue gives an overview of the works by German painter Matthias Dornfeld, who depicts traditional subjects of classical paintings—landscapes, portraits, still lifes—with a style inherited from naïve expressive painting.

2017
English edition
This catalogue revolves around the transcript of a long length conversation between the French artist and art critic Irmeline Lebeer, structured as an illustrated abécédaire.

2017
English edition
This is the first monograph detailing the practice of the German artist Jan Peter Hammer. The two essays and the conversation between the artist and Adam Kleinmann address the economic, social and historical tones that characterize Hammer's video installations, as well as his sculptures and neon pieces, which are chronicled from 1993 to 2015.

2017
English edition
Following the artists' previous series of life-size puppets in Die Schmutzigen Puppen von Pommern, this new publication presents a collection of one hundred sixty-four small puppets, each having a unique look.

2017
English edition
Among Portugal's most interesting young filmmakers, Salomé Lamas explores the boundaries and circumstances of documentary filmmaking, working at the intersection of ethnography, history, storytelling, memory, and fiction. This publication documents her work since 2010, through contributions, video stills, and interviews.

2017
English edition
First survey of the Canadian artist's writings, including a series of new and recent poems, scripts from his videos, and four fictocriticism texts published in IMPULSE magazine between 1980 and 1989.

2017
bilingual edition (English / Italian)
Dean Daderko, Arthur Jafa and Sondra Perry on blackness, technology and Alien ontologies; Stefanie Hessler exchanges oceanic ideas with Heidi Ballet; Puppies Puppies talk to Tenzing Barshee; Hannah Black as seen by Rahel Aima; essays by Alexander Provan, Orit Gat and Jens Hoffmann; William Pope.L and Mia Locks; Sam Thorne with Marianna Simnett; Anna Gritz and Eric Baudelaire; Luke Willis Thompson; Basel Abbas & Ruanne Abou-Rahme; Raúl de Nieves, and more.

2017
bilingual edition (English / Italian)
Belgian artist Carsten Höller has risen to the fore of the international scene with a practice that revolves around the search for new ways of inhabiting our world. This catalogue features 20 large-scale works––installations, videos, and photographs that play with optics and space.

2017
bilingual edition (English / Italian)
A reference monograph resulting of a 10-year research on Italian sculptor and conceptual artist Paolo Icaro.

2017
bilingual edition (English / Croatian)
Following the experimental format of the Maljković's eponymous exhibition, A Retrospective by Appointment deconstructs the traditional format of a retrospective catalogue. Adopting a nonhierarchical presentation, the publication introduces the artist's key concerns, methods, and works, and proves to be a relevant critic of Zagreb's institutional landscape.

2017
bilingual edition (English / French)
temporarily out of stock
This publication, conceived as an extension of the eponymous exhibition and its design, gathers scientific contributions from leading researchers and art and dance historians alongside in situ installation views, paying tribute to Léon Bakst, the greatest set designer of the modern era.

2016
bilingual edition (English / Italian)
10-year anniversary special issue: a selection of essays, interviews, conversations, and projects appeared in the first ten years of Mousse.

2016
English edition
A mystery tale illustrated with artworks by twelve contemporary artists.

2016
English edition
Publication documenting a series of sculptural works focusing on everyday items.

2016
English edition
The first monograph to focus exclusively on Paul Sietsema's paintings and drawings.

2016
bilingual edition (English / Portuguese)
This first comprehensive monograph details over ten years of work by Brazilian, New York-based artist, Valeska Soares.

2016
bilingual edition (English / Italian)
Catalogue analyzing the oeuvre of Kosovan artist Petrit Halilaj from multiple perspectives, through a selection of essays by Andrea Bagnato, Leonardo Bigazzi, Adrian Paci, and Roberta Tenconi.

2016
bilingual edition (English / German)
An artist's book / catalogue exploring the new role of the image in a world modeled by visual artifacts.

2016
bilingual edition (English / German)
First publication ever to provide a complete survey of the artist's oeuvre to date: like Prouvost's art, the book is fast-paced and full of quick turns and surprises. It includes a series of essays, a conversation between the artist and her model Barbara Steveni, and a complete list of her works and exhibitions.

2016
bilingual edition (English / Italian)
Samson Young; essays by Hendrik Folkerts, Michael Taussig, Benjamin Thorel, and Tim Griffin; Rayyane Tabet in conversation with Haegue Yang; Laura McLean-Ferris on empathy and the confessional; round-table on materialist history of exhibitions; Kishio Suga by Stuart Munro; Andrew Berardini on flowers and art; artificial creativity by John Menick; Lawrence Lek with Cécile B. Evans; Kasper Bosmans; and more.

2016
English edition
Published on the occasion of the twenty-year anniversary of the non-governmental organization ART for The World, this publication presents the prestigious organization's activities during the period 1995 to 2016.

2016
English edition
The publication follows investigations lead by LOOP—a platform dedicated to the study and promotion of the moving image—and questions the act of collecting artists' films and videos.

2016
English edition
Road Back To Relevance gives insight into the last decade of Dan Rees's practice. It brings together groups of works—paintings, videos, installations, and photography—that have never before been viewed simultaneously, and reveals the complex nature of the artist's research.

2016
bilingual edition (English / Italian)
The publication encloses a rich documentation on the design, construction and installation of an eponymous permanent work created by Liliana Moro for the seventh edition of “All'Aperto” (Outdoors) in Trivero, in the Piemonte countryside.

2016
bilingual edition (English / German)
A dialogue between the works of contemporary artist Amie Siegel and the historical spaces of the Villa Stuck in Munich (monographic catalogue).

2016
bilingual edition (English / French)
last available copies!
Part monograph, part artist's book, a publication accompanying Ulla von Brandenburg's eponymous video work—a “danced film” dedicated to color.

2016
English edition
A photographic attempt to capture the elusive nature of the Californian landscape.

2016
English edition
Taken at the height of the Assad days, the images of the photographer Giovanna Silva overlap in this publication with Syrian tourist guides' images and texts, creating a net of intended and unintended relationships and time interconnections.

2016
bilingual edition (English / Italian)
Ieva Misevičiūtė, prosthetics and sculpture, Anne Imhof, native North America, outsider aesthetics, New Scenario, a special section on artists curating exhibitions, Ronald Jones, Gary Indiana, Willa Nasatir, Ragna Bley, Noah Barker, Isiah Medina, the year 1972, relational ontologies, Geoffrey Farmer and Dora García, the emergence of the “Supergroup,” Cecilia Bengolea and François Chaignaud, radical domesticity: Morag Keil and Georgie Nettell, an essay on dress-up…

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