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2018
French edition
Facsimile edition of a 1971 small sketchbook by a major painter of the lyrical abstraction, made during one of his many travels in Norway.

2018
French edition
Au dernier voile de sable is a long erotic and learned poem which evoques the Greek mythology, written by Jean-Philippe Pernot, photographer and film maker, illustrated by the reproductions of black and white surrealistic prints which represents bodies and bones, made by the young artist Hélène Damville.

2017
French edition
A selection of 175 texts by the writer, art critic and teacher at the school of Fine Arts of Nantes, Pierre Giquel, summerizing for the first time nearly 35 years of an intense and profuse literary activity. This voluminous publication is comprised of a folded poster dust jacket with watercolors by Fabrice Hyber.

2017
French edition
This manual of aesthetics, tinted with humour, provides the key to a happy existence through the unexpected combination of the philosophies of Buddha and Nietzsche.

2017
French edition
Monograph dedicated to painter Martin Jannink by François Michaud, curator at Paris Museum of Modern Art. The rare and remarkable painting of the French-Dutch artist is figurative, both romantic and expressionist, full of melancholia, out of present time, with a delicate and disturbing strongness. The publication also documents Jannink's participation in the 1956 Budapest insurrection.

2016
French edition
Richly illustrated publication recounting the life of French sculptor Étienne Hajdu.

2016
French edition
The big book of the LAC (Lieu d'Art Contemporain), the first private cultural center of the Reunion Island and an essential artistic place in the Indian Ocean.

2015
bilingual edition (French / Catalan)
Publication based on the eponymous series of works (“The Catalan painting lesson”, a devious and ironic presentation of traditional standards of academic painting), with an interview and commissioned essays by Brigitte Léal and Pierre Restany.

2015
French edition
A tribute to François Ristori (new monograph).

2015
French edition
Catalogue.

2015
French edition
First monograph.

2014
French edition
A collaborative artist's book with Véronique Verstraete and eight associated authors.

2013
English edition
An innovative typology that provides an overview of contemporary creation, mapping as diagrams the practices of nearly 700 artists of the last 30 years.

2013
French edition
First monograph dedicated to the dense, abundant and exuberant work of French painter and sculptor Raymond Reynaud (1920-2007), a figure of art brut.

2013
bilingual edition (English / French)
Catalogue: a selection of recent and older works by Palestinian artist Taysir Batniji.

2013
French edition
An exploration of the human back through a series of black and white images by photographer Nikita, accompanied by texts or poetic montages.

2012
bilingual edition (German / French)
First and extensive monograph dedicated to the drawings of an artist hitherto primarily distinguished as an artist of the book, a typographer and a etcher, revealing the many aspects and the autonomy of the practice of drawing, as well as its role and importance in Johannes Strugalla's artist's books and whole production.

2012
French edition
Various critical approaches under the shape of questioning and the appropriation by artists of the model of the company.

2011
trilingual edition (English / Korean / French)
First monograph dedicated to Korean artist's paintings.

2011
French edition
A traveling correspondence that combines writing, image and sound.

2011
French edition
First monograph / artist's book.

2011
texts in English, French, German
Reference monograph: an overview of the unclassifiable work of an entrepreneurial artist who, by appropriating the symbolic network of a former electric power company, turned it into his research territory and the very matter of his activity, through twenty texts and interviews and some 700 photographs and illustrations.

2011
bilingual edition (English / French)
Artist's book / first monograph.

2011
French edition
First major publication devoted to the mysterious germano-soviet artist's collages, one of the latest discoveries of constructivism.

2010
French edition
A contemporary dictionary of food and everyday objects symbolism through 49 stories and 49 still lifes.

2009
French edition (English excerpts)
€25.00 €16.00
A reflective review of abstraction in contemporary art: more than 100 paintings, sculptures and installations by 60 international artists.

2009
bilingual edition (English / Dutch)
First publication dedicated to Dutch artist (artist's book).

2009
French edition
Catalogue / artist's book: disguised in a post-modern hunter, Pii invites us to think about drift feeding practices and the place of nature in the contemporary world.

2008
trilingual edition (English / French / Japanese)
More than a catalogue, this artist's book presents a selection among the 12 000 electric objects gathered for an exhibition by Yann Toma (the President for life of the Ouest-Lumière Company) at the Electropolis Museum, Toulouse (France), described with their specification sheets.

2006
French edition
A series of photos between documentary and science fiction in the vertiginous universe of plastic surgery, with a DVD of images and electroacoustic music.

2006
French edition
A photographic and pictorial conversation in which Didier Cry offers himself as a model to express its sufferings and his ultimate testimony during the last months of his life.

2006
French edition
Marc Michiels, whose photographic hybrid practice flirts with painting, proposes an hallucinated journey through the masterpieces of the Louvre Museum.

2005
trilingual edition (English / French / Japanese)
This artist's book presents a series of works by Joan Rabascall realized in small plastic TV screens, parodying the kitsch of TV series: a playful journey with the popular culture icons of the XXth century. Full colors photos are accompanied by a text by Masashi Ogura, evoking the determining place of the small screen in Japanese culture.

2005
French edition
Philosopher and essayist Michel Onfray analyzes the nature of Bettina Rheims' photos, and develops the thesis of a work which, more than scandalous or sulphurous, introduces new models of representation of our society.

2004
bilingual edition (English / French)
€26.00 €12.00
82 photos taken in bathrooms (Bettina Rheims, Araki, Jacques-Henri Lartigue, Bertrand Desprez, Giselle Freund, Pierre & Gilles...), with an essay by Jean-Claude Kaufmann, half-way between voyeurism and sociological commentary

2003
French edition
A selection of unfavourable articles on Gauguin.

2001
French edition
A series of drawings by one founder of Support-Surface.

2000
bilingual edition (English / French)
Christo and Jeanne-Claude rectifie the most comon errors about their work and about their life.

2000
bilingual edition (English / French)
Christo and Jeanne-Claude correct the most common errors about their work and about their life. This publication features an original litograph signed by the artists.

2000
French edition
A selection of unfavourable, violent, conformist, sceptic or narrow judgments on Picasso, published in French and international newspapers (Le Figaro, The Daily Mail, Les Lettres françaises, Life...) between 1917 and 1973.

2000
French edition
Artist's book.

1999
French edition
Daniel Buren writes on his friend Robert Ryman to highlight some questions raised by his oeuvre and by his own work.

2012
French edition (texts in English and French)
out of print
Monograph on Miroslav Tichý's unconventional and artisanal (blurred, underexposed photos, taken with handmade cameras) but powerfully evocative work.

2011
French edition
out of print
An innovative typology that provides an overview of contemporary creation, mapping as diagrams the practices of nearly 600 artists of the last 30 years (available in English edition).