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A genealogy of modern architectural culture through an analysis of the project both theoretical and practical of the Italian architect, historian and critic of architecture Manfredo Tafuri (1935-1994).
The first French edition of the text on exile by ancient philosopher Favorinos (circa 80-150).
bilingual edition (English / French)
A Constructed World is the collective project of Geoff Lowe and Jacqueline Riva, founded in 1993. This bilingual publication brings their complete writings from 2001 to 2018. In forty plus texts A Constructed World discuss the subject matter of their work, other artists work and subjects that seemed prescient and in need of discussion at the time.
A synthesis of the research conducted by the Italian composer since 1987 (new edition).
A reflection on the relationship between language and photography.
Collection of poems gathering texts on similar subjects, such as the unknown, violence and war, technology and information, phylogeny and the ontogenesis.
An encounter between ethnology and literature.
Four literary chronicles examining lives within the globalized world and its monetary system.
A collection of texts by philosopher and essayist Gilles A. Tiberghien devoted to landscapes and gardens (new expanded edition).
Contribution to a critical theory of artwork's economy and poièsis.
The Florentine mannerist painter Jacopo da Pontormo, who was busy producing a series of frescoes for the choir of the San Lorenzo basilica in Florence, holds from 1554 to 1556 a strikingly remarkable diary.
An unpublished novel by one of the great figures of Land art.
The sequel of an ongoing collection of fragmentary texts, written daily by poet-artist Fabrice Reymond.
This catalogue documents the theoretical and practical research stemming from a project inspired by the legendary exhibition “Art by Telephone” held at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago in 1969, extending it today with contributions from new artists. The works were first orally conveyed by telephone to then be interpreted, activated, and produced by art students.
Transcript of a seminar on Mallarmé and the concept of coding in modern and contemporary artwork. With philosopher Quentin Meillassoux and writer Antoine Dufeu.
Transcript of a seminar on nature and protocols, with philosopher Pierre-Damien Huyghe and artist Jean-Baptiste Farkas.
An essay of political philosophy in which José M. González García examines the role of the metaphor in politics throughout history.
The fourth publication from an ongoing collection of fragmentary texts, written daily by poet-artist Fabrice Reymond.
Woes and misfortunes of a TV celebrity.
Monograph dedicated to the work of conceptual artist Olivier Bardin: a chronological selection of 96 projects, and four interviews with prestigious artists and critics: Pierre Huyghe, Pascale Cassagnau, Hans-Ulrich Obrist, and Vanessa Morisset.
This publication gathers a collection of twenty texts together with a selection of archives and photographs which examine the literary and artistic representations of the banquet.
Transcript of a seminar on the concept of negligence as a modern interpretation of operativity. With philosopher Manuel Reyes Mate and artist and writer Lætitia Paviani.
Transcript of a seminar on the temporality of the artwork and its historiality. With theorist Sébastien Pluot and writer Alessandro de Francesco.
Transcript of a seminar on the philosophical concept of fidelity and the definition of the political space. With philosopher Pierre-Damien Huyghe and writer Fabrice Reymond.
Forty-two project descriptions by Ben Kinmont.