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Zero2

Zero2 éditions is a French publishing house associated to the contemporary art review 02, founded by Zoo galerie.
Nantes
 
9 titles
 
Alice Anderson - Connexions/Collections #1
2022
bilingual edition (English / French)
forthcoming
Alice Anderson dialogues with the objects of the Fontevraud Museum of Modern Art, by placing her own works in the spaces of the permanent collections.
Barbara Turner Smith - Body Talks - Interview
2022
bilingual edition (English / French)
A history of feminist gesture and performance since the 1960s and 1970s in California through an interview conducted by Carole Douillard with art critic Amelia Jones and two pioneering American artists, Barbara T. Smith and Susan Lacy.
Alan Fertil - Drawings, Sketches and Notes
2022
bilingual edition (English / French)
Monograph entirely dedicated to the drawing production of the artist Alan Fertil, who died prematurely in 2015.
Mathilde Ganancia - Bilan de parcours
2021
French edition
A journey in the land of absurdity made by weird and often futile heroines, YouTubers who are losers and extremely unproductive manageresses...
Eden Tinto Collins - Bonne arrivée ou la Numination
2021
French edition
A crazed narrative of entasy, a free-fall plunge into the vortex of digital introspection and poetic-cum-militant blackness.
Jean-Christophe Norman - Mundo diffuso
2019
bilingual edition (English / French)
Comprehensive monograph.
Pierre-Jean Giloux - Invisible Cities
2018
bilingual edition (English / French)
This first monograph accompanies a series of videos inspired by the Metabolist utopist architecture movement, created in 1959 in Japan. The videos bring together several portraits of Japanese towns, combining digital images with filmed or photographed images of social and urban reality.
Marcel Devillers - Cette nuit je dors
2018
French edition
The diary of an insomnia.
Antoine Boute - Prompt
2020
French edition
sold out
52 short poems, written in a nervous prose during periods of trance. A response to the “disease of globalization.”
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