This artist's book gathers the 67 photographs that make up the contact sheet #234 of the photographs taken by Jef Geys during the 1969 Tour de France. Year of Eddy Merckx's first victory, the same day as the man's first step on the moon.
Catalogue / artist's book gathering 137 anonymous works from the 16th century to nowadays coming from the collections of the MUCEM – The Museum of European and Mediterranean Civilisations in Marseille.
Slide Shows is a three-volume box set, with over 1.500 original drawings and texts in which Friedman gives his own personal understanding of the multiple ways of thinking the world through a series of “cartoons.”
Transcript of four lectures given in Leipzig in 2010 regarding an installation Olaf Nicolai made in Paris back in 1998. This publication revolves around the theme of the labyrinth and its various manifestations and associations—from the Minotaur to geographical maps and Ikea's assembly instructions.
This artist's book is an illustrated and disenchanted reflection on democracy and its imperfections. Using two different colors, the artist dissociates two layers of meanings—the text and the image—while maintaining a close dialectic.
Artist's book / comprehensive monograph gathering the works of Gérard Collin-Thiébaut—commented and illustrated by the artist—from its first scribbles as a child until 2009. The first volume focuses on his works from 1961 to 1969.
Anthology of Yona Friedman's drawings published from 1975 to 1992 in more than thirty countries and in twenty languages. This last volume focuses on the artist's researches on language, interpretation and improvisation within the urban environment.
A selection of Xerox printed preliminary works by artists—based on the 1966 book by Mel Bochner following the iconic conceptual art exhibition “Working Drawing And Other Visible Things On Paper Not Necessarily Meant To Be Viewed As Art”.
Produced as part of a Continuous Project residence, the collective's final publication brings together contributions from artists, philosophers and art critics around the relationship between art and politics.
The literary and poetry magazine's first and unique issue is dedicated to fiction. Featuring artists, writers, academics and choreographers Félicia Atkinson, Alexandra Baudelot, Manuel Joseph, John Giorno, Michel Chion, Véronique Pittolo, Edouard Levé, Boris Achour, Bernard Heidsieck…