Captures

Captures' initial priority was to publish artists' books, “works based on the book”, an association artist, graphic designer and publisher, free of all constraints. Subsequently, with the constant desire to prioritize the artist's voice, uncover research, differences and debates on the question of art, other collections were born: monographs, collective works and interviews.
Collections :
 
Lætitia Sadier -
2021
bilingual edition (English / French)
Crossed interviews around the project of the curator Mathieu Copeland, who transposes the exhibition to the stage for the duration of a show, pursuing his investigation into the nature of an exhibition.
Lætitia Sadier - <em>A Staged Exhibition</em> (interview booklet + libretto)
2021
bilingual edition (English / French)
Crossed interviews around the project of the curator Mathieu Copeland, who transposes the exhibition to the stage for the duration of a show, pursuing his investigation into the nature of an exhibition, accompanied by a libretto that gathers the transcriptions of the texts of the thirteen invited artists.
Laurent Sfar - La Bibliothèque grise
2020
bilingual edition (English / French)
A conversation around books and reading, education and teaching methods, food and culinary practices, and agriculture and ecology.
Myriam Lefkowitz -
2020
bilingual edition (English / French)
Artist choreographer Myriam Lefkowitz talking to Susan Gibb and Julie Pellegrin about the evolution of her practice, and its turn to dance as a sensory trigger for relations between bodies and places.
Marie Preston -
2020
bilingual edition (English / French)
Artist and teacher-researcher Marie Preston speaks with Nora Sternfeld and Julie Pellegrin about her practice as a crossroads for art, education and cooperative working.
Rochechinard - Mémoire d\'une maison-musée
2020
French edition
The extension and finalization of a commission given to the artist Eulàlia Valldosera by the members of the association Les amis de la maison de la Mémoire du Royans, a community museum that they founded in Rochechinard (Isère, France) in 1979.
Furkart ephemera
2019
trilingual edition (English / German / French)
This publication brings together the communications material issued at Furkart, an ephemeral art laboratory opened every summer at the Furka Pass in the Swiss Alps between 1983 and 1996. These ephemera edited by Furkart founder Marc Hostettler are printed actual size and provide a chronological account of this unique adventure.
Béatrice Balcou -
2018
bilingual edition (English / French)
A conversation with multidisciplinary French artist Béatrice Balcou, whose work investigates reflexive issues directed at her practice, such as the spectator's experience and the artistic gesture.
Céline Ahond -
2018
bilingual edition (English / French)
A conversation with French artist Céline Ahond whose work—from video and objects to performance and collaborative acts—questions the place of the individual, power relations, the territory, and the eventuality of freedom.
Virginie Yassef -
2018
bilingual edition (English / French)
A conversation with multidisciplinary artist Virginie Yassef about her work The Veldt, inspired by a play by writer Ray Bradbury. An interview contucted by Julie Pellerin, Mathieu Copeland, and Philippe Quesne.
 Patrick Bouchain / Construire - Les Bogues du Blat
2018
French edition
Publication documenting an innovative sustainable social housing project in a small village of south-central France, as part of the “New Patrons” program.
Alex Cecchetti -
2017
bilingual edition (English / French)
A conversation with artist, poet and choreographer Alex Cecchetti, creator of performances and idiosyncratic objects.
George Trakas - Du sec à l\'eau - Étude pour Lamelouze
2017
French edition
Study book made by artist George Trakas in response to a commission issued by inhabitants of the Lamelouze commune in the southern French region of Gard, north of Alès (as part of the “New Patrons” program, initiated and supported by the Fondation de France).
Kapwani Kiwanga -
2017
bilingual edition (English / French)
An in-depth exploration of the Canadian artist's anthropology-based research method in the form of a conversation with Corinna Ewald, Smaranda Olcèse, and Julie Pellegrin (inaugural title of the “Digressions” series initiated by La Ferme du Buisson in collaboration with Captures editions).
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