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Is-Land

Is-Land is a French publishing house founded by Charlotte Othman. The company specializes in contemporary art, and publishes books dedicated to emerging or confirmed artists.
 
Aubervilliers
 
6 titles
 
David Wojnarowicz - A Slow Boat To China
2021
bilingual edition (English / French)
This publication brings together photographs taken by Marion Scemama during a trip through the American desert with David Wojnarowicz, shortly before his death. It features documents from Scemama's personal archives and notes from Wojnarowicz's diary, along with texts by Thibault Boulvain and Elisabeth Lebovici.
Swear That You\'ll Play - Chantal Crousel Gallery
2021
English edition
Published on the occasion of the forty-year anniversary of Chantal Crousel Gallery, this extensive publication (more than 700 pages) traces the history of the gallery, a major actor on the contemporary art scene, in France and abroad.
Jure-moi de jouer - Galerie Chantal Crousel
2020
French edition
Published on the occasion of the forty-year anniversary of Chantal Crousel Gallery, this extensive publication (more than 700 pages) traces the history of the gallery, a major actor on the contemporary art scene, in France and abroad.
Henni Alftan -
2019
bilingual edition (English / French)
First monograph.
Sylvie Auvray - Les Cambuses
2019
bilingual edition (English / French)
Sylvie Auvray's first publication, between an artist's book and a monograph.
Glenn Ligon - Debris Field / Notes for a Poem on the Third World / Soleil Negre
2018
bilingual edition (English / French)
Catalogue of the American artist's exhibition at Galerie Chantal Crousel: the publication presents a series of new works (neon, painting, drawing) inspired by texts by Gertrude Stein and Pier Paolo Pasolini, and by the artist's reflections on language, race and gender. The book includes poems by writer, artist and Act Up activist Gregg Bordowitz, and an essay by teacher and writer Sara Nadal-Melsio.
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