Native American art

 
 
Noémie Étienne - Les autres et les ancêtres - Les dioramas de Franz Boas et d’Arthur C. Parker à New York, 1900
2020
French edition
Les presses du réel – Art History – Works in society
forthcoming
An in-depth study of the diorama in the United States at the beginning of the 20th century, a place for the creation and mediation of knowledge but also for the political construction of history, between art, anthropology and natural sciences.
Jimmie Durham - God\'s Children, God\'s Poems
2017
bilingual edition (English / German)
JRP|Editions - Monographs
Monograph documenting an eponymous project in which the American artist explores the relationship between humans and nature by means of a sculptural assemblage made out of the skulls of Europe's largest animal species.
Mouvement
2016
French edition
Mouvement
Special Protest Issue: French activists alternative lifestyle, Lisbon's music scene, experimental Japanese photography magazine Provoke, Marguerite Humeau and Ian Cheng, Mauro Herce' s Dead Slow Ahead, Tino Sehgal, Canada's new generation of Native American artists…
Jimmie Durham - Sound and Silliness
2016
bilingual edition (English / Italian)
Nero
A hybrid publication beween a catalogue and an artist's book, articulated on two different registers: a flip-book consisting of the frames of the two videos shown in the exhibition at MAXXI, published on all of the right pages in the book; and a section of critical texts and images documenting the exhibition, on the left.
Mousse
2016
bilingual edition (English / Italian)
Mousse
Mousse - Mousse Magazine
Ieva Misevičiūtė, prosthetics and sculpture, Anne Imhof, native North America, outsider aesthetics, New Scenario, a special section on artists curating exhibitions, Ronald Jones, Gary Indiana, Willa Nasatir, Ragna Bley, Noah Barker, Isiah Medina, the year 1972, relational ontologies, Geoffrey Farmer and Dora García, the emergence of the “Supergroup,” Cecilia Bengolea and François Chaignaud, radical domesticity: Morag Keil and Georgie Nettell, an essay on dress-up…
Kent Monkman - Interpellations - Three Essays on Kent Monkman
2015
bilingual edition (English / French)
Leonard & Bina Ellen Art Gallery, Concordia University
Three art historians offer perspectives and analyses on Monkman's work that address history and genre painting, the queered Romantic landscape, the shifting and unfixed subject, race, sexuality, conquest and sovereignty, and modern versus discontinuous temporality.
Jimmie Durham - Venice, Work and Tourism
2015
bilingual edition (English / Italian)
Mousse - Mousse Publishing (books)
This artist book is composed of the observations, texts and images that Durham collected during a Venetian stay, pointing out the complex relationship between the tourism industries, the stories of local workers and Venice's history.
Jimmie Durham - Waiting To Be Interrupted - Selected Writings 1993-2012
2014
English edition
Mousse - Mousse Publishing (books)
out of stock
A selection of writings by artist, poet and political activist Jimmie Durham, one of the most influential figures of recent decades: essays and conferences on art and society, critical reflections on “Eurasia”, the history of US-American Indian relations, and observations on the city and nature. A recurrent theme is his interrogation of the ideological complicity between monumental architecture and scripture – “architexture”– as the foundation of Eurocentric belief and tool of others' disenfranchisement.
Jimmie Durham - A Matter of Life and Death and Singing
2012
English edition
JRP|Editions - Monographs
out of stock
A comprehensive, generously illustrated retrospective featuring more than 100 works from all Jimmie Durham's creative periods. It contains major new essays, as well as new texts by Durham himself.
Fabrice Flahutez - Nouveau monde et nouveau mythe - Mutations du surréalisme, de l\'exil américain à l\'« Écart absolu » (1941-1965)
2007
French edition
Les presses du réel – Art History – Works in society
How, in the course of their American exile, the surrealist artists (Duchamp, Tanguy, Masson, Ernst, Lam, Carrigton ...) were influenced by the literary and artistic context. Also a specific study on the perpetual renewal of Surrealism after war, linked with the importance of esoterism, the Amerindian civilizations, and Charles Fourier.


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