Combining archive material with a wide selection of photographs of
body paintings produced by the duo in the 1970-1980s, this publication
retraces the evolution of gender identities and the treatment of the
female body in visual culture from the 1950s to the present.
A portrait of Laurent Le Deunff, through interviews with artists Laurent Le Deunff, Michel Blazy, Stéphanie Cherpin and Louis Gary, filmmaker Jean-Marc Chapoulie, philosopher Alexandre Costanzo, art critics Eva Prouteau and Clotilde Viannay. The book is illustrated with works by Laurent Le Deunff, family photographs and a few works by his guest friends.
New monograph, documenting a large-scale installation that reflects the artist's dreamlike aesthetic, his ongoing exploration of notions of movement, transition and vulnerability, and mythological narratives, offering a rare glimpse into Clemente's forays into the field of sculpture.
The masterpieces of classical antiquity revisited by Daniel Arsham: pursuing his fictitious archaeological approach, the American artist offers through his reappropriation of the Venus de Milo or Michelangelo's Moses a reflection on our relationship to time.
This volume outlines the multiple trajectories that led to one of Mario Merz's most significant bodies of work: the igloos. Essays by Germano Celant, Lisa Le Feuvre, Pietro Rigolo, and Mariano Boggia complement a lavish array of illustrations and hitherto unpublished documents, including a 1974 interview with Merz conducted by Harald Szeemann, and a photographic reconstruction of the Igloos exhibition at the Pirelli HangarBicocca.
This luxurious monograph presents a wide selection of works by Izumi Kato, Japanese painter and sculptor known for his mysterious representations of human figures with primitive aesthetics, alongside exhibition views. It is accompanied by four original critical texts and a poem by the artist.
This retrospective monograph, with a dozen previously unpublished texts and a long interview with the artist, reveals the challenges of Portuguese artist Diogo Pimentão's resolutely expanded practice of drawing, informed as much by dance as sculpture or performance.
Le Dictateur Press - Artists' books & editions / catalogues
Gathering found visual material, this publication retraces the story
of an artistic failure: that of a joint project by Federico Pepe and his
father Antonio, a cabinet of curiosities featuring latex sculptures of
fetuses looking like Mickey Mouse.
The catalogue of the duo's exhibition at CAPC, featuring a new
site-specific work and a series of performed or filmed actions. A project
about situations of reversal, confronting the exogenous realities of the
enterprise, the working-class, and the museum.
Monographic catalogue: for more than a decade, Israeli installation and performance artist Naama Tsabar subverts the gender roles associated with art and music, with a particular emphasis on rock'n'roll.
Catalogue of the artist's exhibition in the Portuguese pavilion at
the 58th Venice Biennale: a sculpture project engaging the heritage of
post-war Italy's architecture and Italian vernacular craftsmanship.