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.
Le Dictateur releases his last big, immense, effort: 27 international curators from the world of art, design and fashion curate their ideal show, from past, present or even future or non existing artists but without using images—only words.
Les presses du réel – Contemporary art – The Drawing Center
The photographs of Christophe Brunnquell, a French multidisciplinary artist, photographer, designer and artistic director, capture models whose faces he has covered with paint, creating a strange, fantastic universe, both morbid and comic.
Conceived as a children's book, Stories of Little and Big Blossoms is a collection of illustrated short stories about Elham, a little
Iranian girl exiled in Germany, and her difficulties to fit in this new
environment. A poetic work on exile,
friendship, courage and open-mindedness, inspired by the childhood
of author and illustrator, Shirin Azari.
A collaboration between Christophe Brunnquell (Purple art director) and Grégoire Alexandre (photographer) who recompose fashion imagery by dressing their models with images taken from the archives of Vogue Paris, thus creating new ambiguous icons.
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 ToiletMartin PaperParr wall calendar 2020 features photographs conceived by Martin Parr, Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari, a back-to-back of images made in collaboration between the three artists. In a hotly anticipated follow-up to the first ToiletMartin PaperParr magazine, this calendar presents a selection of the best images conceived by the three artists.
Zurich-based photographers Peter Gaechter and Bettina Clahsen document hairstyles from Switzerland's upscale salons, tracing hairstyle trends from the 1970s to the 1990s. The book collects their photographs along with texts by Bettina Clahsen and Swiss art historian and journalist Joerg Scheller.
During Mac DeMarco's European Tour in the fall 2017 Stefan Marx joined the band for a few stops to draw on stage during Mac DeMarco's live performance. Hiding in the back of the band, he got time to capture a unique view on the five musicians, the whole performance, some behind the scenes moments and the audience. This artist book contains most of the drawings from these concerts and is compiled by Stefan Marx, it is his 26th publication with Nieves.
A series of portraits of performance artist, avowed transsexual anarchist with no place to call home, macho woman, fashion model for Marianne Alvoni, target for the Swiss tabloid: Eve-Claudine Lorétan, alias Coco.
Artist designer Canedicoda built a a temporary tailor's atelier, where clothes were build directly onto the visitors' bodies. Conceived halfway between a journal and an inventory, this publication documents each phase of the project, collects pictures of the 100 actual garments, as well as participants' feedbacks.
Focusing on a lesser known aspect of Walter Pfeiffer's practice, this monograph explores the Swiss photographer's graphic works throughout the decades: large-scale hyper-realistic pencil drawings, drawings in China ink, colored pencils and watercolors, characterized by a joyful sensuality that emanates from his portraits of friends and his floral still lifes.