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Arnaud Labelle-Rojoux - LCDB (Le Culte Des Banni.e.s)
A trans-theoretical essay: Arnaud Labelle-Rojoux explores the arcana of artists' cult status through a kaleidoscopic series of portraits of "banished" visual artists, filmmakers, writers, musicians and architects, from Wes Anderson to John Zorn via William S. Burroughs, Jean-Luc Godard, John Cage, Mike Kelley, Jonas Mekas, Genesis P-Orridge, Jérôme Bel, Dick Higgins, Derek Jarman, Dan Graham, Martin Kippenberger, David Lynch, etc.
Arnaud Labelle-Rojoux (born 1950 in Paris) is an artist and writer. He first became known in the performance circuit and later became its historian with his book L'Acte pour l'Art (Les Éditeurs Évidant, 1988; repr. by Al Dante, 2004). Since then, he has published a dozen books, including L'Art Parodic' (Java, 1996; repr. by Zulma, 2003), Leçons de Scandale (Yellow Now, 2000), Je Suis Bouleversé (Semiose, 2007) and Twist Tropiques (Loevenbruck and Yellow Now, 2013), , Duchamp (Éditions François Bourin, 2020).

See also Mathieu Copeland: En affinité(s) – Allan Kaprow / Arnaud Labelle-Rojoux.
Edited by Laurent Cauwet.
published in November 2023
French edition
14 x 21 cm (softcover)
816 pages (ill.)
ISBN : 978-2-37896-476-4
EAN : 9782378964764
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