Kader Attia

 
As a member of the North African community, Kader Attia (born 1970 in France) has spent the past several years examining the tangle of identity conflicts that contributed to the recent difficult events. His art is rooted in the complex relations between East and West, and it reflects the charged encounter between these markedly different worlds—an urprooted North African culture and a seductive Western consumer culture. Deeply embedded within this duality, his work reflects upon the sociopolitical powder cake that is threatening French society from within, and upon the millions of Muslims who have lost all hope of integrating into it.
 
Kader Attia -
2015
bilingual edition (English / French)
JRP|Editions - Reference monographs
Comprehensive monograph.
Kader Attia - RepaiR
2014
English edition
BlackJack editions - Monographs & artists' books
(last copies available!)
Both an artist's book and Kader Attia's reference monograph, “RepaiR” consists of interviews and texts around Attia's oeuvre, documented through about 1000 b/w reproductions, and the notion of repair, by 13 academics and researchers working in various disciplines. The book also reveals the artist's research and creation process, with a selection of archive texts and images.
Kader Attia -
2009
trilingual edition (English / Spanish / French), texts in French
BlackJack editions - Monographs & artists' books
out of stock
A retrospective of Kader Attia's works from 2005 to 2009, with an interview and various texts.
Kader Attia -
2006
bilingual edition (English / French)
JRP|Editions - Monographs
out of stock
First monograph on the French artist, fully illustrated, with texts, interview and documentation.


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