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Peeping Tom's Digest
 

Paris
Peeping Tom's Digest is an experimental and subjective publication dedicated to contemporary art. Each issue focuses on trends and movements of a particular geographic area and highlights the artists and initiatives represented within it. The point of departure for each edition is a residency of the Peeping Tom collective lasting several months in the chosen city, region or country. Deliberately empirical, without critical, theoretical or historical pretensions, its approach allows them to veer off the beaten path. Not only sharing the work, the artists, and the artistic and cultural efforts they encountered, each volume also aims to reveal the specificity of a depicted art scene: the curatorial process and the structure of the magazine (graphic design, format, number of pages and so on) varies from issue to issue reflecting the characteristics and stakes of each locale. The genealogy of the experiment and its numerous protagonists are showcased in the publication as an inserted poster.
Peeping Tom is also a publishing structure for monographs and artists' books (see the publishers page).
 
2016
bilingual edition (English / French)
Peeping Tom's Digest is an experimental, empirical and subjective publication dedicated to contemporary artistic practices. This issue, dedicated to Paris, teases out an offbeat and distanced portrait of the Parisian and French scene

2014
English edition
A mapping of the young Lebanese art scene.

2013
English edition
A mapping of the young Lebanese art scene (DVD included).

2011
English edition
last available copies!
A mapping of the young Mexican art scene.

2011
English edition
A mapping of the young Mexican art scene.

2009
English edition
last available copies!
First issue dedicated to the Berlin avant-garde art scene, with unpublished works by 53 artists who are all curators of this exhibition on paper.

2009
English edition
First issue dedicated to the Berlin avant-garde art scene, with unpublished works by 53 artists who are all curators of this collaborative project.