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it: editions (20 titles)
 

Paris
Founded in Paris in 2006, it: editions is a publishing structure conceived as a platform for research and circulation. It's catalogue gathers artist's books, essays, monographs, thematic publications, periodicals, and ephemeral publications. It: seeks to highlight the specificity of the visual thought: the publications apprehend the image as an open material. The form of the essay—both visual and textual—best defines their editorial approach, through experimentation, the blending of genres and registers, the reflection and the analysis.
 
French edition
A multidisciplinary approach of ecosocial design.

English edition
A collection of textual and visual essays stemming from a series of lecture-performances in which artists and curators experimented with various strategies of reprise in the fields of publishing, visual arts, animation, new technologies and the law.

French edition
Mapping the practices of performative cinema today.

French edition
A collection of texts by artist and designer Olivier Peyricot, documenting his research and experiments since 1997. For twenty years, Peyricot has been questioning the political and social dimensions of design.The publication also features a rich iconographic documentation.

bilingual edition (English / French)
Vortex Populi is a visual essay focusing on five works by Didier Fiuza Faustino in which the French artist and architect reflects on public space and popular struggle through an examination of the use of crowd control barriers in clashes between protestors and authoritarian forces.

English edition
A history of critical design in four episodes: the Italian radical design of the late 1970s; the Dutch conceptual design of the 1990s; the English critical design of the 2000s, and the contemporary scene (with contributions by Bless, Didier Faustino, Alessandro Mendini, Gianni Pettena…).

French edition
A collective publication examining Rousseau's legacy through the ages, from the Revolutionaries of 1789 to environmentalists, musicians, educators, Socialists, Resistance fighters, Romantics… Each chapter is accompanied by a visual essay featuring archives and recent documents.

bilingual edition (English / French)
Publication gathering five conference performances, written in French and English, by the Franco-Korean duo of artists and researchers Ju Hyun Lee and Ludovic Burel, whose works combine installations, performances, and publications.

French edition
A collection of textual and visual essays stemming from a series of lecture-performances in which artists and curators experimented with various strategies of reprise in the fields of publishing, visual arts, animation, new technologies and the law.

French edition
In this artist's book, Ludovic Burel gathers together a selection of preparatory documents for dance scores, thus reactivating the pioneering conceptual art exhibition “Working Drawing…” by Mel Bochner.

French edition
An experimental selection of documents from the archives of the city of Marseilles, constituting a visual representation of biopower as theorized by philosopher Michel Foucault.

bilingual edition (English / French)
This catalogue is an extension of a series of exhibitions featured at Gallery La Box, in Bourges. Each invited artist produced a site-specific intervention which tried to answer the question: Can the artists help us living together?

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The third issue of Page Sucker—the 32-page magazine featuring photographs collected over the Internet via a single keyword. This issue's keyword is “lobster”.

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The fourth issue of Page Sucker—the 32-page magazine featuring photographs collected over the Internet via a single keyword. This issue's keyword is “fist”.

French edition
This publication invites artists and architects to design a specific project for the French city of Vélizy-Villacoublay, a perfect example of the Sixties Architecture.

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Page Sucker is a 32-page magazine featuring 16 photographs collected over the Internet via a single keyword. This keyword also determines the design of the magazine. This second issue is dedicated to the word “waterfall.” All images were photographed at the Yosemite National Park in Nevada.

bilingual edition (English / French)
This monograph documents the artist's exhibitions since 2005, reflecting on the evolution and diversity of her work. The heterogeneous essays tracing her career are illustrated with exhibition views.

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Photographic essay dedicated to Lina Bo Bardi's Glass House. Armando Andrade Tudela outlines the relationship between the light, the building's structure and its close environment. Glass House is a perfect example of the union of Modernism and Brazilian vernacular architecture, and Bo Bardi's first production in Brazil.

French edition
This publication presents a selection of self-portraits collected on the Internet. This contemporary inventory of self-representation outlines two common features: valorization and performativity.

trilingual edition (English / French / German)
This publication is based on a series of surveys and photographs made in Berlin between 2001 and 2004 by artist Raphaël Grisey. A combination of images and texts, Wo versteckt sich Rosa L. is an exploration of the memory and the history of the city. This subjective guide of Berlin also features maps to locate the photographed sites.