english version / version française
women [back to index]
 
French edition
Les presses du réel – Art History
forthcoming

French edition
Supernova – Books
forthcoming
Vitesse Photon Target is a long-running poem combining typographic and syntactic experiments with the theme of space research.

trilingual edition (English / Portuguese / Spanish)
Mousse – Mousse Publishing (books)
A twenty-year survey of works by Julie Mehretu, considered as one of the foremost painters of her generation.

trilingual edition (English / German / Italian)
Mousse – Mousse Publishing (books)
Hopf's multidisciplinary practice addresses the paradoxes and ridicule that spill form high-minded attitudes toward art making and the faith in technology, professionalism, and efficiency. This catalogue gathers a significant sampling of her works, as well as two essays and an interview.

trilingual edition (English / German / French)
Bom Dia Boa Tarde Boa Noite
Trilingual monograph investigating five film-projects by the French-German duo. The publication features a series of essays and a high-quality photographic documentation.

trilingual edition (English / Arabic / French)
Kulte Editions
Ymane Fakhir's project “The Lion's Share” combines sculptures, video, photography, and text, to narrates the story of a bereaved Muslim family and their share of the inheritance. An algebra lesson in which the Moroccan artist examines the place of women in the Muslim family—and beyond.

French edition
Analogues – Monographs
A series of unpublished photographs by Brigitte Bauer: the German artist's images recall with distance and sensibility the uprooting and the transition to adulthood.

no text
Nieves
Swedish artist Mamma Andersson is known for her melancholic paintings of private interiors, elegantly executed with her distinctive interplay of textures, and pictorial techniques. This new body of work stages a series of sculptures, whether as part of indoor space, or detailed in closeups.

no text
Florence Loewy
A timeless photographic ballad, through a few shots taken in the archeology museum in Athens.

no text
Bom Dia Boa Tarde Boa Noite
Artist's book based on Schultz eponymous work, a video project based on the German artist's sculptural installation at the Kunstverein Braunschweig, and filmed by a flying robot camera.

no text
Boabooks
For her show at Mamco, the French artist borrowed from the museum collections to reinterpret a series of artworks by Imi Knoebel, Steven Parrino, Frank Stella, John M. Armleder, Luciano Fabro, Robert Filliou, and Christian Robert-Tissot. Both a catalogue and an artist's book, this publication replays the exhibition much like a snapshot collection.

no text
United Dead Artists
Bad dreams and ancestral fears play the leading roles in this first monograph rooted in darkness.

no text
Tombolo Presses
Anthology of selected commercial ads published within the US Playboy from 1960 to 2003, Boy constitutes a visual commentary on the normative representations of desire and on the masculine consumer's ideal of life at the end of the 20th century.

English edition (texts in English and in Korean)
Sternberg Press – Monographs and artists' books
The catalogue of the Irish Pavilion at the 57th Venice Biennal presents a video project by Jones in which Korean actors reenact a 1970s documentrary of a “conflict resolution therapy session” with individuals who experienced the conflict in Northern Ireland.

English edition
JRP|Ringier – Monographs
Magali Reus' recent series and new sculptures.

English edition
JRP|Ringier – Hapax
Handbook documenting a series of site-specific installations in Paris by a pioneer in textile art.

English edition
Sternberg Press – History, Criticism and Theory
Collection of recent essays and poems in which the American poet and critic examines issues of genealogy and influence, the poverty and privilege of place, architecture's relationship to language, and feminist economies of writing, reading, and art making.

English edition
Sternberg Press – History, Criticism and Theory
Becoming Palm is the outcome of a conversation between two friends, artist Simryn Gill and anthropologist Michael Taussig, addressing the complexities of palm oil and “the enormous transformations, human, and ecological, that this crop engenders” (Taussig) in two disparate geographical locations, Southeast Asia and South America.

English edition
Sternberg Press – Monographs and artists' books
Published for the Estonian Pavilion at the 57th Venice Biennale, Katja Novitskova's catalogue addresses emerging potentialities between visual culture, big-data-driven processes, and ecology.

English edition
Sternberg Press – Monographs and artists' books
Monographic catalogue showcasing the under-recognized work of Brazilian-Japanese artist Lydia Okumura, who, for almost fifty years, has explored the realm of geometric abstraction

English edition
Sternberg Press – Monographs and artists' books
Catalogue documenting a video installation in which the British artist pursues her investigation on the translation of elusive, natural phenomena into formal language. Structured rhythmically around the pattern of a foghorn sounding, Grey Light finds its origins in the notion of the foghorn as an auditory marker for opacity.

English edition
Sternberg Press – Monographs and artists' books
British artist Monica Ross (1950-2013) left behind forty years of socially engaged, feminist, and performative artwork, which has had a deep effect on contemporary art and society. This fully illustrated publication documents Ross's works from 1970 to 2013.

English edition
Sternberg Press – Monographs and artists' books
This catalogue discusses the symbolic of the red thread in the work of the Chilean artist and poet. The publication includes a special documentation on quipus—large-scale immersive installations of thread, wool, and yarn—poetic texts and narratives by Vicuña, and two essays that shed light on a ritualistic symbolism relating to the function of textile, language, and menstrual blood.

English edition
Art centers, museums, galleries & varia
Catalogue presenting a series of watercolours in which artist Sophie von Hellermann re-interprets artworks by Alex Israel, Sergej Jensen, Karen Kilimnik, Sarah Lucas, Marisa Merz, Kelley Walker, etc., all from the Cranford Collection.

English edition
Les presses du réel – Contemporary art
Focusing on several major collaborative performance-videos by a figure of the British Black Art movement, this illustrated monograph includes a series of essays which interpret Boyce's interdisciplinary practice in the light of art history, and analyse her interest in black feminism, cultural studies, film studies, art history and critical theory.

English edition
Cura.
Cura #25 Summer issue celebrates its special edition, dedicated to 25 (+1) outstanding protagonists of the contemporary art scene, selected among the most interesting female artists of the new generation. A collectible and celebratory issue!

English edition
Mousse – Mousse Publishing (books)
Most comprehensive monograph on the work of Nina Beier to date, Cash for Gold brings together eight essays drawing on the Danish's artistic practice and her investigation on the status of images in our contemporary reality.

English edition
Mousse – Mousse Publishing (books)
Among Portugal's most interesting young filmmakers, Salomé Lamas explores the boundaries and circumstances of documentary filmmaking, working at the intersection of ethnography, history, storytelling, memory, and fiction. This publication documents her work since 2010, through contributions, video stills, and interviews.

English edition
Mousse – Mousse Publishing (books)
Published to document a project by the Dagestani artist Taus Makhacheva that consists of the video Tightrope and a series of three performances, this publication is built around a dialogue between Makhacheva and the protagonist of her film, the tightrope walker Rasul Abakarov. It offers insight into the artist's practice and elaborates on the topics she tackles in her works.

English edition
Mousse – Mousse Publishing (books)
This series of photographs narrates Giovanna Silva's life among the Italian army in Afghanistan, while she worked on a commissioned project in honor of Italian journalist Maria Grazia Cutuli.

English edition
Shelter Press – Books
This artist's book gathers an uncompromising collection of 200 found images and original work from Felicia Atkinson, composing a rasterized visual score.

English edition
Shelter Press – Books
Ricocheting quietly between photographic landscapes, drawn abstractions and poetic recollections, this artist's book assumes the form of a deferred performance. Serving as a kind of response to the French artist and experimental musician's recent sonic and visual output, the book comprises a series of film stills shot during her travels to New Mexico and Arizona, overlaid with a collection of at once crude and delicate drawings made in Australia.

English edition
Edition Patrick Frey
This large-format artist's book (40 x 40 cm open) brings together graphic works by Claudia Comte. Mathematically structured like a Cartesian coordinate system, the publication folds and unfolds so that it can be read in four different ways. The book becomes a geometric play space in which to discover the many facets of Comte's visual identity.

English edition
Edition Patrick Frey
For two years, Laurence Rasti photographed Iranian homosexual refugees who transit through the city of Denizli in Turkey, waiting to join a host country where to live their sexuality freely. The resulting photographic series explores the sensitive concepts of identity and gender, while juxtaposing the gravity of the situation with lighter and hopeful moments.

English edition
Nero
This artist's book reactivates a press controversy which took place in 1970s London and affected the Tate Galleries' collecting strategies—in particular, the acquisition of Equivalent VIII, a work by minimalist artist Carl Andre made in firebrick.

English edition
Humboldt Books
A biological investigation of a Nordic man-made beach landscape through a series of cameraless photographic registrations of the site's flora, fauna, and particles.

English edition
Petzel
This catalogue brings together works and archival material from Lassnig's New York days. Along with her paintings, watercolors and drawings, the publication gathers documenation on animated films she created in collaboration with the Women/Artists/Filmmakers, Inc. group. It also includes a text by Elisabeth Bronfen, “A Mysterious Point of Certainty: Maria Lassnig's Body-Awareness Painting.”

bilingual edition (French / English)
Centre de la photographie Genève
Monograph documenting a project undertook by the Swiss artist from 2009 to 2016, in which she examines the practice and tools of a center for fundamental research in the field of cognitive neuroscience. With texts by Joerg Bader, Pascal Rousseau, and Anne Immelé.

bilingual edition (French / Arabic)
Kulte Editions
Music score for four toy pianos, revolving around four notes—A, B, C, and E. Inscribed in the minimalist aesthetic of contemporary music, the piece was inspired by the rhythm of traditional Moroccan ceremonial music. With an essay by video artist and writer Laëtitia Laguzet.

bilingual edition (English / Spanish)
Sternberg Press – Monographs and artists' books
temporarily out of stock
The catalogue is the first comprehensive survey about the works and projects by the Brazilian artist and activist, spanning 1991 until 2015. It also includes unpublished artist's text by Alves, and essays by Pedro de Llano and T. J. Demos.

bilingual edition (English / Italian)
Nero
First publication to present the work of Italian sculptor Chiara Camoni from the outset until today. It gathers artworks, the artists' writings, and texts commissioned for the occasion.

bilingual edition (English / Italian)
Nero
Halfway between the catalogue and the artist's book, From Some Paintings gathers a selection of still life paintings made between 2000 and 2010. Translated into black and white images, these works represents small everyday objects, alternating full size reproductions and details.

bilingual edition (English / Italian)
Nero
Founded by Marinella Senatore, the School of Narrative Dance is an international initiative which proposes an alternative system of education, based on emancipation, inclusion, and self-cultivation. The School implements multidisciplinary projects focusing on storytelling and choreography. This publication documents a workshop at MAXXI, Roma, involving more than 300 people for five months.

bilingual edition (English / Italian)
Humboldt Books
This publication reproduces the experimental filmmakers' notebooks from their journey in the Soviet Union at the end of the 1980s. Gianikian & Ricci Lucchi undertook this travel to gather the memories of the cinematographic literary and artistic Russian avant-garde of the '20s and '30s, seeking out survivors and listening to their life stories.

bilingual edition (English / Italian)
GAMeC
Catalogue documenting the Canadian artist's most important works to date and a specially commissionned installation. Her steel structures and ceramic works represent menacing hybrid-species engaged in a role play of predator and prey. Includes an essay by Golberg, texts by critics and curators, and a conversation between art historian Leah Pires and neuroscientist Sara Constantino.

bilingual edition (English / Italian)
Bruno
This publication documents a site-specific work by Elisabetta Di Maggio at the Museum Portego of the Querini Stampalia Foundation, in the framework of the Venice Biennale. Ivy plants invade the palace's private rooms and create a relationship with past and present time, placing the viewer inside a visual alienation.

bilingual edition (English / German)
JRP|Ringier – Monographs
New monograph of one of the most important artists rooted in Eastern Europe.

bilingual edition (English / German)
JRP|Ringier – Monographs
This monographic publication delivers an in-depth exploration of Liz Magor's sculpture and installations produced over the course of 40 years.

bilingual edition (English / German)
JRP|Ringier – Reference monographs
First survey monograph: hovering between painting, sculpture, and installation, Comte's works are based on references to popular culture—including cartoons as well as vernacular handicrafts—nature, heraldic symbols, and art historical movements (Op art, Pop art, Neo-Geo, Concrete art).

bilingual edition (English / German)
Sternberg Press – Monographs and artists' books
Publication documenting a project installation by German artist Margit Busch, the joint recipient of the 2016 Kunsthalle Wien Prize. Busch's project sheds light on the meeting points of scientific, philosophical, artistic, and practical discourses.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 >