Created in 2004, La Maréchalerie is the Art Center of the Ecole Nationale Supérieure d'architecture in Versailles. Located in the former stables of the the palace of Versailles and known as the “Petite écurie”, the program focuses on architectural and spatial issues.
This catalogue presents the artist's recent works, tackling issues related
to the plasticity of space and the creation of gaze. It brings together
exhibition views and photographs, an essay by Florian Gaité and an interview
with Marion Guilmot.
First monograph, spanning ten years of work by Senegalese artist Sheikh Ndiaye. This volume focuses more specifically on his installation practice, in particular the artist's Hippocampus project. It also features a text by Mamadou Diouf and an interview with Ndiaye.
This catalogue / artist's book extends a three-chapter exhibition reflecting on the concept of Home. The publication includes reproductions, exhibition views, a text by Marie-Gabrielle Duc, and an interview with the artist by Emmanuele Quinz.
This artist book is at the intersection of art, archaeology and genetics. It translates several years' research in the fields of archaeology, genomics and ethics into a publication at the interface of art and science. It consists of three essays by specialists and an interview, images from the Inrap collection and views of the artist's installation at La Maréchalerie, a contemporary art center in Versailles, France.