Julien Berthier (born in 1975 in Besançon, lives and works in Aubervilliers) is working with sculpture, video, photography, and drawings. His sharp, humorous works on paper are often diagrams of unrealized inventions or scenarios. Ranging from the political to the poetic they reveal the full breadth of the artist's concerns and motivations.
This publication documents an audacious project by Julien Berthier, in the context of a workshop at Le Confort Moderne in Poitiers. The artist found a landlord willing to flip one facade of her house, in order to create a painting. The book features a text by writer and performance artist Daniel Foucard.
French edition (legends translated into English)
JRP|Editions - Artists' books & editions
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Nothing Special is French artist Julien Berthier's second book with drawings and reflections on his own work: a framework of artistic research and the beauty of failure, a manual on how to make things even more complicated.