Lendroit éditions is a publishing house dedicated to art, artists and
paper. Founded in 2003 in Rennes, France, Lendroit éditions explores
editorial experimentation in order to produce singular works with singular
artists. In the context of collections or specific projects, they work
with artists who experiment and create artwork in multiple formats with
printing methods adapted to their projects.
Photographic series by Philémon Vanorlé taken on smartphone in an apartment in Le Touquet-Paris-Plage from March 17th to May 11th 2020, period of lockdown imposed on the French population because of the pandemic (covid-19): offbeat and humorous assemblages of food and everyday objects that the artist creates (limited edition of 55 copies).
A compilation of photographs of Mexican vigils, "casetas de control" or "casetas de vigilancia", taken from February to June 2018. These control booths, which were captured in the residential areas of Mexico City, govern free movement. This book is a true repertory which reveals an aesthetics of urban space and architectural functionalism.
From September 20 to November 8, 2013, the artist wrote and sent to his loved ones, day after day, each page of this intriguing short story, punctuated by the epiphore "frappe dans ses mains" ("clap your hands").
Carlos Bernal Ferrara illustrates the fluctuations induced by the printing of a PDF file by printing a square repeatedly until a grid is obtained. From the immaterial plane image to the printed tangible notebook, the physical factors related to the printer or the paper moved the lines. Through this gesture of repetition, the artist demonstrates that we will always obtained a different result even if the file is the same.
Catalogue of the namesake exhibition dedicated to artists' calendars,
featuring a text by the project's curator Marie
Boivent, interviews with Matthieu
Saladin and Claude Closky,
plus a selection of works with explanatory notes.
This publication gathers drawings, paintings and silkscreens, as well as references to readings that nourish both Atelier McClane's reflection and editorial work. All of that constitutes a reflexive system about their practice.