"Fabienne Gaston-Dreyfus 2022-2004" is the first major monograph devoted to the artist's work. It testifies to more than twenty years of creation and development. But above all, it reflects a constancy and an unfailing commitment to painting. At the same time nourished by the history of art and marked by freedom, Fabienne Gaston-Dreyfus is a natural...
Philippe Cognée was born in 1957 in Nantes, France, where he lives and works. His paintings use wax that is heated and crushed, producing a blurred effect and raising questions such as the thinning away of the image and the human condition in the light of humans’ relationship to their urban environment.
Against Nature is an exhibition inhabited by insolent, hybrid shapes made of clay and enamel, such grotesque creatures compose a luxuriant, original, mysterious, troubling, or even hallucinatory world.
Dedicated to the Portuguese artists Pedro Costa (b. 1959), Rui Chafes (b. 1966) and Paulo Nozolino (b. 1955), this group exhibition takes the form of a renewed dialogue between cinema, sculpture and photography.
Born in Buenos Aires in 1955 and based in France since 1978, Pablo Reinoso is a world-renowned artist, known for his subversions of objects and his creations at the frontier between sculpture, installation, design, architecture and painting. > Book preview
Jean-François Dubreuil’s paintings are striking. Bold colours, juxtaposed rectangles, backgrounds saturated with solid colours or well-endowed with whites broken by grey or yellow, where parallelepipeds take over, surrounded by these same colours which, elsewhere, filled the whole background, sometimes crossed by diagonals.
« Breathing Art » is an exhibition dedicated to the links between perfumery and contemporary artistic creation. > See exhibition details
The Impressionists were the first to grant children a special status, independent of the commissioned portrait which had until then been the only vehicle for representing them. > See exhibition details
The exhibition at the Center Pompidou, a true consecration of the artist's career, is designed as a complete retrospective and aims to capture the richness of the unclassifiable work of Gérard Garouste, "the intranquille". > See exhibition details
Is Japonisme also a history of architecture ? In this book, the authors trace the evolution of taste for Japanese architecture in the West.
The exhibition «Fugues in Color», at the Louis Vuitton Foundation, brings together five painters from the international art scene, all from different backgrounds and generations: Sam Gilliam, Katharina Grosse, Steven Parrino, Megan Rooney, Niele Toroni.
Gerard Garouste's painting is like a story, it is narrated, takes form and shape over time. Ambiguous, blurred, generous, it merges with the story told in the canvas and enriches its content. "The picture belongs to those who look at it, not the one who did it." Garouste.
Every summer since 1970, over the course of more than forty exhibitions at various of the city's exceptional heritage sites, the Rencontres d'Arles has been a major influence in dissiminating the best of world photography and playing the role of a springboard for photographic and contemporary creative talents.
A groundbreaking monograph on one of the most versatile artists of the twentieth century. Christian Bérard worked freely in many artistic circles and fields as a painter, designer of theater and film sets and costumes, fashion designer, interior designer, masterful draftsman, and colorist.
Since the beginning of the 1990s, Angela Bulloch has developed a practice that aims to re-read the processes of conceptual art established in the 1960s, while questioning our attitudes and practices towards objects, particularly through the use of new technologies.
Terra incognita presents 50 contemporary ceramists. An exhibition in three stages designed as an initiatory journey. This partnership brings together the Palais Jacques Cœur, the Capazza gallery and La Borne Contemporary Ceramics Center. > See exhbition details > Book preview
A native of Tourcoing, Eugène Leroy (1910-2000) was a most singular artist whose work left its mark on the 20th century. This book marks a new milestone in the artist's recognition as it reveals the of the exceptional donation made to the MUba by his sons in 2009.
A mythical New York artist of the 1960s and 1970s, Bettina Grossman (1927-2021) – Bettina for the art world – developed a prolific body of work over more than sixty years. This monographic work presents her exceptional work of photographic, cinematographic and graphic research, nourished by the practice of a conceptual sculpture.
« Une seconde d’éternité » brings together some fifteen artists whose works are able to generate a space-time. This exhibition is inspired by the oeuvre of Felix Gonzalez-Torres and his work’s openness to tangible emotions, through a certain aesthetics of disappearance, and to new forms of connection and aesthetic experiences.
First monograph dedicated to the contemporary Tunisian artist Thameur Mejri.
As part of the Nice Arts Biennial, the Matisse Museum in Nice is presenting an original dialogue between David Hockney and Henri Matisse, based on the British artist's new series of Fresh Flowers - never before shown to the public. > See exhibition details > Book preview
The exhibition is presented in association with the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation and showcases treasures from the museum in Lisbon which houses the private collection of its eponymous founder, one of the most celebrated art collectors of the early 20th century. Published in French, the catalogue is accompanied by two booklets containing the text in...
Rolls of feathers, beads and shells, jewels cast in gold or bronze... Forms of currency invented by man to materialize commercial transactions, express rank, prestige and wealth, and weave links with the forces of the visible and invisible, are infinite in variety.
For the first time, a major exhibition is devoted to the art of clubs in Oceania and looks at the many facets of exceptional yet little-known and often misjudged ethnographic objects, curated by Steven Hooper.
A retrospective of the work of the internationally renowned artist of Portuguese origin Maria Helena Vieira da Silva (1908-1992). > See exhibition details > Book preview
The Parnassia Collection is a sumptuous collection of clocks, whose models were produced in a few copies, or even just one, executed between 1790 and 1820, sometimes a little later, chosen for their aesthetics, the quality of their cases. and of course their perfect condition. > Book preview
Christian Dotremont (1922-1979), a prominent post-war Belgian artist and co-founder of the CoBrA movement, was one of the first to use writing to create plastic art.
The Santos Palace in Lisbon (now the French Embassy in Portugal) contains a hidden treasure: a small square room with a pyramid-shaped, gilded wooden ceiling, to which nearly three hundred Chinese porcelain plates and dishes, mostly blue-and-white, have been attached. This book is the catalogue raisonné of that unique collection.
Artworks from Sandretto Re Rebaudengo collection. It’s a poetic of the human figure that explores this Exhibition Catalogue. 30 artists seize this subject and demonstrate the fact that the image of the body is also the image of the psyche.
His name is not as well known as those of Jr, Banksy or Invader, but Gérard Zlotykamien dit Zloty, a French visual artist born in 1940, is nevertheless the precursor to the world of this artistic movement that is urban art.
Presenting over 250 works, this exhibition, A Family Story, Collection(s) Robelin, invites visitors to discover a unique collection built by a couple and their family over the past fifty years.
A collection of seventeen hitherto unseen works by the Arts Incohérents movement - a group of anti-conformist artists active in Paris between 1882 and 1893, which paved the way for the twentieth-century avant-gardes - was discovered by chance in a private residence, and subsequently classified as a National Treasure by the Ministry of Culture in May 2021.
This volume is the second in the Gay’wu. Aboriginal Arts and Knowledge series, the purpose of which is to present monographs dealing with contemporary Aboriginal artists.
For more than fifty years now, Ernest Pignon Ernest has been placing his drawings in the streets of the cities of the world. The artist offers to the 'viewers' his works that seem to escape from the walls to gradually settle in our minds like icons, essential traces, prints of the times and places they have traversed. > See exhibition details
Migratory objects have always existed, be they people, gods, languages, utensils or viruses. At a time when how we treat people who are known as « migrants » has become a key issue, it is important to combat the demonization of the idea of migration by showing how migratory objects have become part of the fabric of this civilization that we call ours, and...
The volume collects a vast visual epic in which Nicolas Party plays a variety of roles, sometimes impersonating the artist, others the scenographer, the conservator, or the sculptor.
First monograph of the artist Nicolas Daubanes.
In the catalogue of this group exhibition, most of the works are represented opposite a quotation by the artist, chosen specifically for its echo to the theme of the labyrinth and the Homeric journey.
Jaume Plensa (born 1955) is one of the major figures of contemporary sculpture, best known for his prodigious human figures constructed from stainless steel. Plensa is not only a sculptor, however, and this monograph explores an underappreciated facet of the Spanish artist's oeuvre: his drawings.
Antoni Clavé (Barcelona, Spain, 1913 – Saint-Tropez, France, 2005) is an artist whose work provides one of the most successful and original examples of how to bridge the divide between figuration and abstraction.