Frédéric Acquaviva, as Mozart of the assize court, questions, in this only known example of judicial sound art, justice and its functioning, but especially insists on the fragile barrier which separates criminals from honest composers.
A project by Paul-Armand Gette around the censorship of the Diane Chasseresse by the artist Jean-Antoine Houdon (1741-1828), whose sex considered too naturalistic was plugged up and filled with bronze rods and then hammered in 1829 when it entered the national collections.
120 true and oxymoronesque scores-instructions composed by Frédéric Acquaviva between 2015 and 2017 in Berlin. Luxury limited edition, signed, including an original artwork and the sound artwork “Oxymoron Music” on CD.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Catalogue gathering the works of
Ivan Messac: bas-relief sculptures; printed textiles, and series of paintings dedicated to Adam and Eve or Maïakovski. A collection of works inspired by Pop iconography, in which we also meet Pessoa, Picabia, Hendrix, Jimmy Page…