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.
A series of visual documents and theoretical inquires around the work rs548049170_1_69869_TT, a translation of artist Emilio Vavarella's genetic code into a fabric, using the 19th century Jacquard loom.
This book revolves around the cycle Topography of Terror, initiated by artists Elisa Caldana and Diego Tonus in 2017, and presents the making-of process behind Topography of Terror (19.12.2016) and Never Again, the first two episodes of the cycle.
This volume outlines the multiple trajectories that led to one of Mario Merz's most significant bodies of work: the igloos. Essays by Germano Celant, Lisa Le Feuvre, Pietro Rigolo, and Mariano Boggia complement a lavish array of illustrations and hitherto unpublished documents, including a 1974 interview with Merz conducted by Harald Szeemann, and a photographic reconstruction of the Igloos exhibition at the Pirelli HangarBicocca.
This retrospective monograph, with a dozen previously unpublished texts and a long interview with the artist, reveals the challenges of Portuguese artist Diogo Pimentão's resolutely expanded practice of drawing, informed as much by dance as sculpture or performance.
The Musical Chairs That Is Capitalism by Estelle Hoy; Hudinilson Jr. by Paulo Miyada, walking in Chicago with Hendrik Folkerts; Brook Hsu in conversation with Ross Simonini; a short story by Travis Jeppesen; Primavera (An Elegy) by Sabrina Tarasoff; Anthropy: What the Post-Human Looks Like by Dieter Roelstraete; Ian Wilson by Catherine Wood; Omar Kholeif charts the ailing effects of living in an increasingly sick society...
A journey through Western artistic culture with thirty-nine ancient and contemporary works from the Fabrizio Moretti collection, from the Gothic period to the experiments of the last ten years, passing through Mannerism and the Baroque.
Bri Williams by Harry Burke, Virginia Overton by Ian Wooldridge, Pati Hill by Maurin Dietrich, Ann Greene Kelly by Andrew Berardini, On psychotic images and other visual symptoms by
Aurélien Le Genissel, Todd Haynes's Dark Waters and new new left cinema, Larry Bell by Marie de Brugerolle, Pierre Guyotat by Estelle Hoy, Gabriel Kuri by
Suellen Rocca by Hans Ulrich Obrist...
The graphic translation of the text at the heart of the Fatamorgana project (2016–2019), alongside a variety of related materials, including project notes and contributions. The books also provides online access to photographic, video, and sound materials, along with technical specifications for all of the project's component elements.
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