A free reflection on the influence of Bertolt Brecht in the work of Nina Hagen, this hybrid text approaches two great popular figures of German culture through an unusual prism, through the margins, and paints a portrait of Nina Hagen as we have never seen her before.
A portrait of Claude Ollier (1922-2014), writer of the Nouveau Roman, where memories, reflections, hypotheses and descriptions are intertwined, with a notebook of photographs composed by Camille Rosset.
An anthology of critical texts and essays on art and literature written and published by Alexandre Mare during the last ten years: Proust, Man Ray, Oppenheim and Crevel; Bataille, Rivière, Oates and Guyotat; Mallet-Stevens and Breuer; Schulz and von Stroheim; Mansour, Hugnet, Caillois and Duprat; Pynchon, Exley, Robbins, Huncke and Kerouac&hellip
This publication is the first in a series of books dedicated to the exhibitions at the Fondation Salomon in Annecy, France. It examines the work of French artist Charles Le Hyaric with an essay by art historian and critic Ann Hindry.
This first novel tells the story of performing art producers who travel around the world looking for new artists. The protagonists will be confronted with the realities of globalization, its promises, its violence and its lures. An enlightening reflection on the role and limits of creation in the transformation of the world.
This publication is a literary narrative depicting radio projects on the landscape of French rivers Somme and Rance. It includes notes documenting the making of the two radio plays, as well as a series of 23 photographs.
This narrative intertwines text and image to reflect on the sinking of the Sewol ferry in April 2014 on the Korean peninsula. At the heart of this tragic story lies the controversial personality of Yoo Byung-eun, an evangelical pastor, guru, patron and photographer.