This catalogue focuses on an immersive one-year project in Portugal, centered around questions of global ecology and tourism. Kawamata's large scale installation integrates both plastic residues and abandoned boats collected on Portugal's shores during beach cleaning campaigns. The publication features a text by the artist, exhibition views, and a section documenting related projects made by Kawamata throughout his career.
A 520 pages reference monograph which celebrates the career of Claude Lévêque, and more particularly these last ten years. The core of the publication contains numerous reproductions and texts by Florence Ostende, David Sanson, and Dean Daderko. This edition also includes four inserted booklets, each dedicated to a specific topic: “practical work,” “writings,” “projects,” and “biography”.
This catalogue focuses on a series of paintings made of discarded euro banknotes. These imposing fields of colour produced by the synthesis of the original banknotes are part of a greater investigation that seeks to remobilise devalued material. With a foreword by Jean Capeille.
Catalogue of the eponymous group exhibition on the theme of romantic relationships in the digital age. Curator Cloé Perrone's introductory text is followed by a series of works by Antoine Catala, Catharine Czudej, Cecile B. Evans, Pakui Hardware, Camille Henrot, Ingo Niermann & Alexa Karolinski, Lili Reynaud-Dewar, Avery Singer and Anna Uddenberg.
Since 2003, Bourouissa has been developing a multidisciplinary practice rooted in social reality, working primarily with representations of a contemporary urban environment. This catalogue accompanies the Franco-Algerian artist's exhibition at the Barnes Foundation, which gathers his most significant works to date—including Horse Day, his first project in the USA.
The hundred or so drawings gathered in this monograph provide an intimate glance into the work of Martial Raysse, making available for the general public a body of work that has been little known until now. With an introduction by Anaël Pigeat.
New monograph: a photographic documentation on the site-specific works Under the Water at the Centre Pompidou Metz and gallery Kamel Mennour, completed with visual archives covering over thirty years of practice (1979-2015), and a focus on the artist's roof installations from 1995 to 2015.
Reference monograph: an overview of Marie Bovo's work, juxtaposing her
latest projects with her emblematic photographic series, inspired by Mediterranean cultures (each series being put into perspective with the corresponding exhibition views),
with two essays and an interview.
Artist's book based on the eponymous work by Franco-Algerian artist Mohamed Bourouissa, a series of photographs and a video made with the help of a prisoner from the jail in which he is held, an exchange via SMS and MMS using a mobile phone smuggled into the prison establishment.
Monograph based on the specific project conceived by Huang Yong Ping for his exhibition at Musée d'Art Contemporain de Lyon, with numerous essays that trace the entire career of the artist, as well as an abundant iconography on the exhibition.
Reference monograph: a complete overview of the production of French artist Camille Henrot, awarded Silver Lion of the 55th Venice Biennale, over nearly 10 years, with about 400 images, two essays and an interview.
New revised edition.
Kawamata's main in situ installations all over the world, a complete documentation on the Carton Worshop, Tree Huts and Field Works projects, with numerous illustrations and three essays.
Reference monograph, with an essay by Okwui Enwezor, images of the most recent exhibitions and public interventions, as well as a selection of the artist's emblematic installations and press works since the mid-1980s.
New monograph based on a recent series of videos and photographs taken in Algeria, through which Zineb Sedira continues to explore issues of cultural identity, displacement and memory (with a retrospective of her work since 1995, three essays, and an interview with H. U. Obrist).