An art drift around the two banks of the Seine river with 27 international artists.
Imagine the meeting between a modified telephone pole and a table lamp with a face instead of a bulb, an improbable expressionist object in ceramic, ink drawings, an ink rendering of the Superman myth, "dreamcatchers," and oil paintings: this is what the present book—published in parallel with an eponymous exhibition drifting around the two banks of the Seine river—presents.
Edited by Marc Jancou, exhibition curator and New York gallerist, the publication includes the work of 27 international artists and brings together their responses to a questionnaire, numerous illustrations, and essays by Yves Aupetitallot
and Alexis Jakubowicz.
Published on the occasion of the eponymous exhibition in Paris, from 9 to 25 September, 2010 (the second—following In Geneva No One Can Hear You Scream
, Geneva, 2008—in what will become a series of exhibitions held in various cities around the world).
Works by Michael Bauer
, Alexandra Bircken, Cris Brodahl, Carter, Ross Chisholm, Steven Claydon
, Michael Cline
, Slawomir Elsner, Charlie Hammond, Andreas Hofer, Christian Holstad, Des Hughes, Richard Hughes
, Meredith James, Larry Johnson, Dorota Jurczak, Justin Lieberman
, Nick Lowe, David Noonan
, Ry Rocklen, Sterling Ruby
, Jim Shaw
, Torsten Slama, Michael E. Smith, Lucy Stein, Stefan Thater, Jacques Vidal.