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Jure-moi de jouerGalerie Chantal Crousel

Published on the occasion of the forty-year anniversary of Chantal Crousel Gallery, this extensive publication (more than 700 pages) traces the history of the gallery, a major actor on the contemporary art scene, in France and abroad.
Jure-moi de jouer reviews the history of all exhibitions showcased at the Chantal Crousel Gallery since 1980. It features a hundred page conversation between Philippe Vergne, Chantal Crousel and Niklas Svennung, and also includes two critical texts, by Patricia Falguières and Alexandre Costanzo, as well as a very wide selection visual archives. This publication shares the opportunity to highlight the strong relationship between the gallery and its artists.
Since it was established in 1980, Chantal Crousel Gallery has been revealing and accompanying the work of artists of highly diverse origin to the French and international art world of collectors and institutions.
These artists share in common the exploration and the translation into original expressions of the essential values that underlie contemporary society. Each of them draws from their particular cultural heritage to develop their direction and a visual language that is both powerful and universal. The majority of these artists are now present in the most important collections.
Artists who exhibited at Chantal Crousel Gallery include: Absalon, Allora & Calzadilla, Fikret Atay, Tarek Atoui, Wang Bing, Alighiero Boetti, Troy Brauntuch, Tony Cragg, Abraham Cruzvillegas, Roberto Cuoghi, David Douard, Georg Dokoupil, Robert Filliou, Gilbert & George, Wade Guyton, Fabrice Gygi, Mona Hatoum, Thomas Hirschhorn, Jenny Holzer, Pierre Huyghe, Hassan Khan, Michael Krebber, Barbara Kruger, Glenn Ligon, Bruce McLean, Jean-Luc Moulène, Moshe Ninio, Melik Ohanian, Gabriel Orozco, Seth Price, Richard Prince, Clément Rodzielski, Willem De Rooij, Cindy Sherman, Sean Snyder, Reena Spaulings, Wolfgang Tillmans, Rirkrit Tiravanija, Oscar Tuazon, Danh Võ, Haegue Yang, Heimo Zobernig...
Texts by Alexandre Costanzo and Patricia Falguières, interview with Chantal Crousel by Philippe Vergne and Niklas Svennung.

Graphic design: Studio Dune Lunel.

 
2020 (publication expected by 4th quarter)
English edition
21 x 28 cm (hardcover)
704 pages (color ill. & b/w ill.)
 
ISBN : 979-10-97544-06-5
EAN : 9791097544065
 
forthcoming


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