La Panacée

 
Montpellier
 
6 titles
 
William Pope.L - One Thing After Another
2019
bilingual edition (English / French)
Documenting Pope.L's exhibition at La Panacée, this catalogue's content comprises texts from the curators, Nicolas Bourriaud and Noam Segal, and photographs of the show. Pope.L worked in close collaboration with graphic designer Johanna Himmelsbach on this editorial project.
Cookbook\'19
2019
French edition
The catalogue of the first exhibition of works by artists and chefs, curated by Nicolas Bourriaud and Andrea Petrini: assembling 25 chefs and 20 artists from around the world, Cookbook'19 explores through a large panorama the relationship between the future art of cooking and the edibleness of art.
Haegue Yang - Chronotopic Traverses
2019
bilingual edition (English / French)
Chronotopic Traverses brings together unexpected arrangements of Haegue Yang's versatile sculptures of various materials against a backdrop of a panoramic and dramatic wallpaper Incubation and Exhaustion (2018).
Nicolas Bourriaud - Erik Dietman - La Verticale (Millésimes 1962 à 2001)
2018
bilingual edition (English / French)
Collection of essays by Nicolas Bourriaud on the protean, poetic and Rabelaisian Swedish artist Erik Dietman.
Crash Test - The Molecular Turn
2018
bilingual edition (English / French)
Catalogue of the exhibition-manifesto curated by Nicolas Bourriaud, which takes as its starting point the integration of the notion of Anthropocene in today's artistic scene: the publication proposes an exploration of the output of a new generation of artists who are working on reality, and doing away with the traditional division between the notions of “culture” and “nature.” The catalogue reviews each exhibited work in detail, and offers an enlightening glossary.
Jacques Charlier - Un art sans identité
2017
bilingual edition (English / French)
Catalogue dedicated to one of the pioneers of European conceptual art, whose work adopts a critical approach of the art world and the avant-garde. The publication offers an overview of the Belgian artist's career, and gathers texts by Jean-Michel Botquin from 1960 to 1980, and recent contributions by Nicolas Bourriaud, Denys Riout, Denis Gielen, and Serge Bonati.


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