Feathers presents a collection of notes written by the Swiss
artist during the conception of an aborted documentary in 2005. Taking the
shape of a diary, it offers a unique gateway into Manon's daily life,
interweaving memories and reflections on her artistic practice.
From 1970s to his death in 2000, scientist, artist and art collector Andreas
Züst spent time in Greenland, photographing ice in its most diverse forms.
This publication gathers a selection from this extensive collection,
alongside contextual essays.
Les presses du réel – Contemporary art – Monographs
Retrospective monograph of the photographer and filmmaker Paolo Gioli, an active member of the Italian avant-garde of the 1970s: an overview of his work, with a dozen essays, an interview and the artist's writings.
Photo documentary set in a deserted Geneva during the G8 counter-summit in 2003. The series stages the abandonment of the urban space and its transformation through the deployment of defense barricades.
First monograph by Charlie Engman, the rising star of fashion
photography: a vast series of pictures (500 images) of his mother, made over the
course of more than a decade. With texts by Rachel Cusk and Miranda July.
The fifth volume in Jack Pierson's famed Tomorrow's Man
series associates archival material and works by contemporary artists in a
collage-like design to produce an exploded vision of the current visual
landscape, draped in vintage homoeroticism and glamour.
Monographic catalogue examining the forcefield of relations artist Joyce
Campbell has activated between photography,
material history, science
fiction, and the care and reading of sacred and symbolic landscapes,
over the course of her near three-decade career.
New edition of an artist's book first published in 2009, gathering essays,
short stories and images. The publication reflects the artist's long-term critical
interrogations on archives,
historiography and institutions.
This Zine contains a selection of Dash Snow's critical Dada-esque collages, which range from cum-glittered tabloid covers starring Saddam Hussein to straight text pieces to sculptural works composed of items like books and skeletal fragments; and a smattering of the photographs and Polaroids that originally made Snow famous outside of street art culture, where he began writing graffiti.
The third title in a series of publications dedicated to artists' residencies at Maison Bernard, a masterpiece of organic architecture carried out in the 1970s by Antti Lovag in association with Pierre Bernard. The book documents a site-specific project by photograph Yves Gellie, a work on light and perception.
Photographer Mihai Barabancea portrays the underworld of post-Soviet Romania
and Moldova: a set of subjects and scenes revealing the crude reality of the
streets, zeroing in on moments of ruthless rawness and keen
Three multidisciplinary essays—from cultural
anthropology to photography
analysis—based on visual archives documenting the visit of writer, painter
and politician Carlo Levi to an Albanian community in Southern Italy (second
volume in the series “Archivi della Basilicata”).
This publication brings together a selection of family photos
taken between the 1930s and 1950s by amateur photographer Anne-Marie von
Wolff. A fascinating, powerful work, brought to light by her
great-grandniece, artist Mimi von Moos.
Le Dictateur Press - Artists' books & editions / catalogues
A limited-edition box set documenting the seventh and penultimate episode
of COCO, the project that brings together video
art and music by
artist and designer Federico Pepe and artist and photographer
A series of photographs of the Rhône Glacier in Switzerland, taken between the summers of 2014 and 2017. Each year during this season, the authorities cover the glacier with blankets to fight melting ice.