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Editions Lutanie (11 titles)
 
Paris
Éditions Lutanie is an independent publishing house based in Paris.
 
2017
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forthcoming
Based on the Nordic myth of Odin, this volume investigates the contemporary representation of the male body, by seeking out the limit of the fantasy of omnipotence and of the sexualization of masculinity (second volume in a series of books dedicated to producing an archive of the present day through a selection of emblematic documents of the 21st century, culled from the media, advertizing, and the Internet).

2017
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forthcoming
Arcana 3 investigates feminized advertizing imagery. The dream of adornment, whiteness and eternal youth appears derived from Germanic tales reinterpreted by Disney (third volume in a series of books dedicated to producing an archive of the present day through a selection of emblematic documents of the 21st century, culled from the media, advertizing, and the Internet).

2016
édition bilingue (anglais / coréen)
last available copies!
Initiated by filmmaker Raya Martin and critic Antoine Thirion, UNdocumenta is the catalogue of the eponymous film festival revolving around the lost accounts of cinema (through material destruction, acts of censorship, political, economic or human contingencies) and condemned histories of nations (by social displacement, cultural annihilation or deliberate disappearance).

2016
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Artist's book by French filmmaker Virgil Vernier, Arcana I is the first of a series of books designed to build up an archive of the present time through a collection of emblematic documents from the 21st century produced by media, advertising and Internet. Arcana I gathers images of luxury watches cut out from magazines, with no typographical mention so to reveal the peculiar aura of these objects.

2014
bilingual edition (English / French)
A facsimile reedition of an interview with Land art pioneer Michael Heizer and curator Julia Brown first published in a 1984 catalogue.

2014
bilingual edition (English / French)
Catalogue of a joint exhibition by Marianne Vitale and Theodore Fivel set in a former marble mason's workshop. In opposition to the marble exhibition space, all artworks are wooden made, from Vitale's charred structure and Fivel's enigmatic photographic prints.

2013
A photographic diary (Raphaele Godin's first book).

2013
French edition
Five interviews with Tadashi Kawamata.

2012
bilingual edition (English / French)
L'Atlas, a major figure of the Street Art movement, has been photographing his first seven canvas paintings in great cities all over the world for the past ten years. Published to celebrate this anniversary, the book gathers the photographs and a text by Paul Ardenne.

2011
French edition
out of print
Six interviews.

2011
French edition
out of print