Thirty texts by Eric Troncy.
In Colonel Mustard, Eric Troncy assembles about thirty or so texts written over ten years between 1988 and 1998, that shed an original light on the domain of art as it is sandwiched between history and sociology. He takes a critical look at the phenomena of exhibitions, and makes analyses based on a passionate yet demanding view of art production that define contemporary modalities of the way works appear.
Éric Troncy is an art critic, curator, editor of Frog
and Documents sur l'art
magazines, collaborator for Beaux-Arts magazine
, Les Inrockuptibles
, author of numerous catalog texts, and co-director of the Consortium
(contemporary art center of Dijon, France).