Jean-Philippe Antoine

 
Jean-Philippe Antoine is Professor of Aesthetics and Contemporary Art Theory at Paris 8 University. His research bears on images and the social construction of Memory, as well as modern definitions of art. An artist, he works with painting, installations, soundworks and lectures-performances, including collaborations with Leif Elggren and Mikael Levin. Sound publications include The Worried Ones (Antoine-Elggren), Live at 64 (2013), Nouvelles musiques anciennes (CD, 2011) and Objet Métal Esprit (EP, 2010), all at Firework Edition Records.
 
Jean-Philippe Antoine - Farces et Attrapes - Inventer les images
2017
French edition
Les presses du réel – Criticism, theory & documents – Misceallenous
MAMCO - Historical essays & contemporary archives
A collection of essays focusing on the notions of invention and image in art.
Jean-Philippe Antoine - La traversée du XXe siècle - Joseph Beuys, l\'image et le souvenir
2011
French edition
Les presses du réel – Contemporary art – Monographs
MAMCO - Monographs
First major monograph in French, fully illustrated, devoted to the key figure of Joseph Beuys, revealing the aesthetic ambition and political issues through a genealogy that retraces a whole part of the XXth century.
Jean-Philippe Antoine - Marcel Broodthaers - Moule, Muse, Méduse
2006
French edition
Les presses du réel – Literature – Literary field
Poetry and space for Marcel Broodthaers—a critical essay.


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