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Art Book Magazine (10 titles)

Art Book Magazine publishes books, print and digital, devoted to contemporary art, graphic design, and the creation in its many aspects.
Art Book Magazine also copublishes OpticalSound magazine.
French edition
The story of fifty years of the international festival of photography.

French edition
A collection of texts, interviews and testimonials about new teaching practices of design.

English edition
Publication reflecting on the work of contemporary artists who explore the collision between the digital and physical worlds. These artists take a step back, using decontextualization, rematerialization and displacement tactics to examine the future of our world. Through a collection of interviews with and essays by artists and theoreticians, this book develops the reflections generated during the eponymous exhibition.

French edition
Collective study dedicated to the founder of Lettrism Isidore Isou.

French edition
The use and status of literature and arts in Guy Debord's thought.

French edition
Queer theory as a critical tool against the very idea of identity in art.

French edition
In 2011, Damien Beguet and P. Nicolas Ledoux purchase the name of artist Ludovic Chemarin after he decided to end his career in 2005. Since then, they have been exploiting his name through exhibitions, conferences, and interviews. This monograph gives an overview of the project, gathering exhaustive documentation and essays from critics, historians, and lawyers.

trilingual edition (French / English / Chinese)
First monograph by French painter Gaël Davrinche: an exhaustive journey through the artist's young career, punctuated with a photographic reportage in his studio. An interview by P. Nicolas Ledoux and a foreword by Richard Leydier complete this edition.

French edition
Halfway between a performative documentary and an artist narrative, this film documents a mysterious case which disturbed Paris art scene back in 1999.

bilingual edition (English / French)
out of print
An introduction to robotic art in twenty installations and performances. The catalogue includes a brief history of the artist and the robot's relationship by Austrian curator Gottfried Hattinger.