This catalogue stems from an exhibition program which investigated the
heritage of the 1968 project The Model, for which Stockholm's
Moderna Museet was transformed into an adventure playground
An in-depth history of the landmark situationist
international periodical edited by artist Jacqueline de Jong from 1962–67.
This lavishly illustrated publication features many previously unseen
archival material, historical texts and new commissioned contributions.
A collection of photographs of children
who grew up to become famous in a variety of fields, from literature to
arts, sports, politics, and even crime. A photographic “Guess Who” of the
20th century in the making.
Les presses du réel – Contemporary art – Monographs
MCJP (Maison de la Culture du Japon à Paris)
Rio, Tokyo, Paris: Oscar Oiwa, Brazilian artist of Japanese origin, draws from these three Olympic cities to which he is personally bound, a matter to question the world of today, inviting us to dive into his half-realistic mid-fantasy universe, where sometimes point humor and nostalgia.
Part of The New Sanctuary, the Satellite Programme 12 devised by Laura Herman, The Arcadia Center is published in conjunction with the exhibition of work by Ben Thorp Brown, which calls for an architectural experience inspired by ancient mythology and the fields of psychology and neuroscience.
This double LP is released in an edition of 300 and includes two solo vocal pieces by Flux artist Takako Saito, two more vocal pieces in which Saito's voice interacts with the sounds of an everyday event, and two non-vocal sound pieces. It is housed in a full-color sleeve and includes one insert with liner notes by Saito, a poster, and four postcards.
Limited edition box set including a divinatory tarot game designed by filmmakers Silvia Maglioni and Graeme Thomson. The usual cards are replaced by a selection of 78 photograms from the history of cinema (numbered and signed copies).
A game of cards and strategy whose goal is to bring out his or her rival from the Hospital, a place of freedom without boundaries. Players will have to use alternative medicine, electroshock, trade union struggle and occult forces to succeed.
Second in a trilogy of children's books, The Brutal Turtle tells the story of a Turtle wandering in the desert, trying to reach the animal farm. Facing cruel obstacles during his journey, he becomes angry and terrorizes the farm's people once he arrives at the farm. A tale on power's relativity, hate, violence, and on the importance to be nice.
The last in a trilogy of children's books, this publication tells the story of a hamster stuck between the pages of a book. Wishing to escape to discover the animal farm, he will find the help of his own fleas. A story about caring and learning, by artist Keren Cytter.
Issue #27 of Palais is devoted to the exhibition “Another banana day for the dream-fish” at the Palais de Tokyo (June-September 2018). This exhibition brings together the works of some thirty artists and craftsmen on the theme of childhood fantasy.
Through numerous previously unpublished pictures and essays, this publication explores the history of the playground as it was shaped by education, architecture, art, and politics, and pays tribute to the most important figures, many of them forgotten today (second revised and expanded edition).
This publication presents a series of some forty autobiographical drawings in pencil, ink and watercolor. The artist chose to recount his life as a children's story, flicking through fleeting memories, dramatic events, and brief anecdotes.
This book is a reinterpretation of the classic children's picture book by English Author and Illustrator John Burningham from 1979, illustrating the preference game “Would you rather”… With enchanting drawings made out of sand by Carolina Cerbaro.