Founded in 2006 with Mousse Magazine, Mousse Publishing grew out of the demand felt in the sector for a new attitude towards art publishing. The underlying idea was to give every collaborative project (with museums, institutions, fairs, galleries, artists and curators) the originality, care and attention that have always distinguished the publisher's high-quality work.
This publication extends an exhibition program that examines the environmental
challenges facing the art world and its institutions, drawing on the
concept of “destructive plasticity” theorized by philosopher Catherine
This catalogue documents a project for which Steegmann Mangrané intends to reframe the history of abstraction, inviting us to re-evaluate the traditional division between nature and culture. It features a selection of works inspired by the artist's readings, from Roger Caillois to Merleau-Ponty.
Monographic catalogue: for more than a decade, Israeli installation and performance artist Naama Tsabar subverts the gender roles associated with art and music, with a particular emphasis on rock'n'roll.
The first of a two-volume publication dedicated to the artist's novel,
this theoretical essay aims to elucidate the pressing questions posed by
the emergence of this new artistic medium with a number of key case
studies and interviews.
Every Force Evolves a Form by Alessandro Bava; Design, Reset: Studio Formafantasma in Conversation with Alessandro Rabottini; Clinical Cosmology: Tishan Hsu by Hera Chan; Oceanic Time-Lag: on Mati Diop's “Atlantics” by Dora Budor...
Anthology of essays written alongside the exhibitions at the Wattis
Institute between 2014 and 2019. Celebrating the wide range of voices and
forms of curatorial writing, this volume is a unique
contribution to the study of art criticism, curation, and the history of
Publication documenting the award-winning web series Revisiting
Genesis by Oreet Ashery. This documentary fiction on mourning in
the digital age explores
complex issues such as gender and death, digital reincarnation, and women
This publication documents a project inspired by Bradbury's Fahrenheit
451, in which performers memorize a book to form a collection of
living books to be read in libraries by visitors. The publication brings
together eighteen text contributions from artists and theoreticians, and a
This catalogue stems from an eponymous project on the Israel Museum in
Jerusalem. The artist brought out an impressive photographic recension of
artifacts, revealing the forgotten stories and fascinating polyphony of
the museum's collections.
This catalogue embodies the entire creative career of Marisa
Merz (1926-2019), the only female artist from Arte
Povera. Commissioned texts and selection of her most iconic
works accentuate a recurrent theme in the artist's work: the exploration
of the face and the human figure.
The catalogue of the eponymous exhibition by Laure Prouvost at Pirelli
HangarBicocca: a multimedia project—installations, videos and projections,
sculptures and found objects—revolving around the story of Prouvost's
“grandfather”, a fictional prolific conceptual artist.