A story, between myth and reality, of Caravaggio, by parodic artist Arnaud Labelle-Rojoux.
New revised edition of the book published by Al Dante in 2004 (ISBN 978-2-84761-063-5).
Arnaud Labelle-Rojoux (born 1950 in Paris, lives and works in Nice) is an artist. He first became known in the performance
circuit and later became its historian with his book L'Acte pour l'Art
(Les Éditeurs Évidant, 1988; repr. by Al Dante
, 2004). Since then, he has published a dozen books, including L'Art Parodic'
(Java, 1996; repr. by Zulma, 2003), Leçons de Scandale
(Yellow Now, 2000), Je Suis Bouleversé
(Semiose, 2007) and Twist Tropiques
and Yellow Now, 2013).
See also Mathieu Copeland: En affinité(s) – Allan Kaprow / Arnaud Labelle-Rojoux