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Al Dante (26 titles)
 

Marseille / Berlin
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2018
French edition
forthcoming
A thriller novel set in a dystopian Europe where a medicine against depression radically changes people's behavior…

2018
French edition
forthcoming
Collection of poems.

2017
French edition
temporarily out of stock
A collection of texts written between 1983 and 2016, enabling us to comprehend the singularity of Sivan's work. Prefaces in opening section offer insights into this unusual poetry, pointing the links between Sivan's poetic universe and those of Denis Roche, Raymond Roussel, Charles Olson, Maurice Roche, Marcel Duchamp…

2017
French edition
temporarily out of stock
An insurrectional youth in quest for alternative words: a poetic and visual work by photographer Sadie von Paris and writer Véronique Bergen.

2016
French edition
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An iconographic and analytic portrait of artist Pascale Weber's singular practice.

2015
French edition
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Filmmaker Rudolf di Stefano shares his views about cinema through a series of quotes by four representants of contemporaneity in film: Robert Bresson, Jean-Luc Godard, and Jean-Marie Straub & Danièle Huillet.

2015
French edition
temporarily out of stock
Halfway between the autobiography, the adventure story, the manifesto and the catalogue, this publication traces twenty-five years of travels, explorations, and encounters by artist-explorer Till Roeskens.

2014
French edition
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First publication by visual artist and performer Éric Madeleine: a collection of texts associated with his performance work and drawings.

2014
bilingual edition (English / French)
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This richly illustrated catalogue presents the work of Florence Louise Petetin in all its variety: paintings, drawings, graphic works, performances, texts, video, etc. In appendix, a selection of texts and poems by the artist.

2014
bilingual edition (English / French)
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Monograph dedicated to the German artist which gathers a series of figurative paintings inspired by her practice of photography and site-specific painting. The publication includes commissioned texts by various contributors.

2014
French edition
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Backwards time in cinema: a study.

2013
French edition
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A collective study on the notion of hybridization in contemporary art.

2013
French edition
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In this short essay, philosopher Richard Shusterman discusses Arthur Danto's aesthetic theory and develops a new reflection to go beyond the differences between art and life.

2012
French edition
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This monograph is derived from a lecture given in 2009 at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Brussels. Orlan takes a retrospective look at her career and brings forward themes explored in her work, such as hybridization and the female body in art.

2011
bilingual edition (English / French)
temporarily out of stock
This catalogue brings together a series of photographs by painter Suzanne Strassmann in which she deals with the specific codes of the art world and plays with the ambiguity of the interactions between artworks, art professionals, and the public.

2011
French edition
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This collective essay examines the crossroads between creation and business through various analyzes and case studies on Marcel Duchamp, Bertrand Lavier and the Brancusi trial.

2010
French edition
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Publication bringing together a series of self-portraits inspired by the expressive vocabulary of the mask. The photographs showcase a multiplicity of feelings contradicted by paradoxical captions.

2010
bilingual edition (English / French)
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Artist and poet Eduardo Kac is internationally recognized for his interactive works on internet and for his practice of bio art. This catalogue dedicated to this singular artist features contributions by an art critic (Eleonor Heartney), a leader of the contemporary American novel (Steve Tomasula) and a French sociologist and philosopher (Pierre -Henri Jeudy). An interview with Eduardo Kac by Hugues Marchal concludes the volume.

2009
French edition
temporarily out of stock
This catalogue dedicated to experimental poet Julien Blaine documents the wide variety of his work through his texts, images, installations and performances. Published on the occasion of a retrospective at the MAC Marseille, the publication is richly illustrated and documented, and features an interview with Blaine by Laurent Cauwet and Fabienne Létang.

2008
French edition
temporarily out of stock
This catalogue features 187 artistic projects, including 60 previously unseen works (new expanded edition of a 2003 catalogue).

2008
French edition
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An experimental detective fiction highlighting the dangers of mass media.

2008
French edition
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This exhibition catalogue gathers together the visual works—collages, drawings and installations—of three major French experimental poets.

2008
French edition
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Publication gathering a series of early works from 1962 by French artist Jean-Luc Parant. These 176 hieroglyphs consist of 88 drawings to read, and 88 texts to look at.

2007
French edition
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This visual essay on hostage portrait questions the emotional relationship to the image in wartime. The artist uses basic communication tools to encourage us to reflect on information in public spaces.

2007
French edition
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In this essay, Franck Leibovici attempts to describe how information technologies can serve as tools in our lives. Illustrated with examples taken from the scientific, political and artistic spheres, his reflection leads to a new division between art and science.

2007
French edition
temporarily out of stock
This study takes a look back at a century of collage practice, including visual arts, photography, video art, cinema, sound art, and literature. Author Olivier Quintyn draws on a body of work that includes Picasso, Rodchenko, Jasper Johns, Max Ernst, John Heartfield, Denis Roche, Manuel Joseph, Anne-James Chaton, Oval, People Like Us…