Centre des livres d'artistes (CDLA)
The Centre des livres d'artistes (CDLA) is the home of a growing collection of artists' books and an exhibition space dedicated exclusively to this type of publications. The CDLA is based in the centre of France, in St Yrieix la Perche, forty kilometers south west of Limoges, a region famous for its porcelain and the last home of Raoul Hausmann
who died there in 1971. Since 2005, the centre occupies a building in the heart of the historical city centre, with three exhibition spaces, a bookshop, a library, a space for the diffusion of videos and sound pieces, storage and conservation space for the collection, educational facilities and offices.
Artist's book in two volume.
The catalogue raisonné of Claude Rutault's books and prints.
Catalogue raisonné, with 170 publications described, a biography, and an USB card containing a PDF file and an audio interview of Paul-Armand Gette.
Artist's book (limited numbered and signed edition)
Large format artist's book.
trilingual edition (English / German / French)
Catalogue raisonné, with 170 publications described, a biography, a bibliography 1995-2004, and 14 texts by Herman de Vries read by the author on an audio CD-ROM included.
Two texts by Jean-Charles Agboton-Jumeau et Marion Hohlfeldt on Lefevre Jean Claude, with some “inserts” by the artist on divider pages.