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    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.

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    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.

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    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.

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    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.

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    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.

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    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.

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    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.

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    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

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    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...

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    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.

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    First monograph of the artist Nicolas Daubanes.

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    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.

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    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.

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    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.

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    To celebrate the centenary of Simon Hantaï’s birth (1922-2008), the Fondation is organising an unprecedented retrospective exhibition, in collaboration with the Hantaï family, curated by Anne Baldassari. > See Exhibition details

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    This first monograph by the artist is published by Lafayette Anticipations on the occasion of the exhibition.

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    The Giacometti Institute welcomes the artist Douglas Gordon, a major figure in the contemporary art scene who has conceived an entirely original exhibition, the result of his vis-à-vis with Alberto Giacometti.

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    The Soothsayer is another step in Mouna Rebeiz’s artistic research, where beauty grazes itself on the asperities of ugliness, where trash perverts elegance, where classical culture triumphs overs facile pornography, vulgarity, and outrageous narcissism. Here the artist pursues her exploration of the human being and psyche. Guy Boyer

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    With sophisticated stagings, Floriane de Lassée continued to explore the contradictions of our contemporary lives, more and more urban, between the need to be one with the city and the dehumanization of a solitary anonymity, sometimes chosen, often imposed.

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    This fascinating book provides a fresh perspective on the understanding of sacred imagery and its use through selected studies related to seventeenth-century Roman visual culture.

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    The first international exhibition of 2022 for Louvre Abu Dhabi tells the story of Versailles as a central diplomatic instrument that solidified the prowess of the French royal court and served as the stage for its fascination with various civilisations in a rapidly globalising world.

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    This unprecedented exhibition stems from the power, radicalness and the artistic affinities of two major figures of our contemporary age, Roni Horn and Felix Gonzalez-Torres.

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    This project is built around comparisons between select pieces from the Barbier-Mueller collections and works that Jacques Kaufmann has produced in his studio and around the world, over a long stretch of time, the aim being to identify similarities – as well as differences – between them.

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    Publication at the occasion of the re-opening of Thenaar museum Constantin Meunier. This museum is located in Ixelles in the house-tudio of artist, painter, sculptor and draughtsman Constantin Meunier (1831-1905).

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    Celebrating sixty years of Yves Saint Laurent, this collection juxtaposes YSL creations with fine art masterpieces from major museums.

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    The first book to be published on the work of Jean Touret, the twentieth-century artist, sculptor and creator of furniture.

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    The album is a summary of the exhibition and is richly illustrated. It is signed by Sophie Goetzmann, a doctor of art history and specialist in the avant-garde who is collaborating with Angela Lampe on the exhibition.

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    David Hockney is the best known and most widely admired painter in the world. This vibrant catalogue accompanies a major exhibition at the The Fitzwilliam Museum and the Heong Gallery in Cambridge, as well as the Teylers Museum in Haarlem, Netherlands.

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    This book, a catalogue of the exhibition at the Musée Picasso in Paris, highlights the artist's relationship with his first daughter. She was the object of his fascination and served as his model from a very young age. > See exhibition details

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    A new ideal of feminine beauty arose in 16th-century Venice, as women acquired new rights of inheritance and more social power. As a result, through the writings of poets and humanists, the construction of the desired, beloved woman began to acquire civic significance.

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    This stunning catalogue presents The Courtauld's outstanding collection of works by Renaissance artist Girolamo Francesco Maria Mazzola, better known as Parmigianino (1503-1540).

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    An heir to Kandinsky and Matisse, Shirley Jaffe's early work was in the abstract expressionist movement and her first paintings were full of gestural energy; the bright colours were worked in broad brush strokes.

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    From Renoir to Monet to Gauguin - French Impressionism was not only appreciated by Western collectors at the beginning of the 20th century - it also found an early following in Japan.

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    Wen-Chih Wang creates ephemeral works from bamboo, whose flexibility and robustness he has learned to exploit, as well as its graphic qualities.

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    Exhibition Album Maya Ruiz-Picasso, daughter of Pablo, presented at Musée Picasso, Paris (16 april - 31 december 2022).

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    From idealized nude heroes of ancient Greece to the confrontational frontal nudes of the 1970s and the intimate and sensual photorealist nudes painted by French artist Jacques Sultana, the infinite possibilities of representation of the naked male body have fascinated the collector Pierre Passebon for decades. > Book preview

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    This monograph brings together more than sixty iconographic documents of the works of Thierry Fontaine, presented in their chronology between 1990 and 2021. The authors, Dominique Abensour, Chantal Pontbriand, Guy Tortosa and Joëlle Zask deploy a set of critical analyzes dealing with the issues aesthetic, poetic, geopolitical and social aspects of Thierry...

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    The Musée des Beaux-Arts de Rouen houses one of the most outstanding public collections in France. It features paintings, sculptures, drawings and objets d'art from every school, ranging from the 15th century to the present day.

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    Fotograaf Steven Massart legde Brussel vast tijdens de tweede coronalockdown in de winter van 2020. De stad voelt leeg en desolaat aan op zijn foto’s, stil maar toch vertrouwd.

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    After studying at the Fine Arts of Reykjavik from 1949 to 1951, then at the Academy of Art in Oslo, Erró leaves to learn mosaic in Italy. He moved to Paris in 1958 and thanks to his meeting and friendship with the poet and visual artist Jean-Jacques Lebel he rubbed shoulders with the Surrealists. > Book preview

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    The Belgian Flemish sculptor Johan Creten, born in 1963, is a pioneer in the revival of ceramics ln contemporary art. This bilingual catalogue explores the animality in his art. Creten's bestiary is a poetic and political human menagerie of new and past works... > See exhibition details > Book preview

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    Figures de cire is a journey through time and the vernacular, built around a set of three films and fifteen photographs made in camera, completed by a new sculptural work.

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    Between 1978 and 1981, Sophie Calle clandestinely explored the then disused Grand Hôtel d'Orsay. She settled in room 501 and proceeded to photograph and collect whatever objects she encountered in the deserted hotel, following in the footsteps of a mysterious former handyman, Oddo.

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    A particular episode in the history of the European avant-gardes of the first decades of the 20th century, the Berlin gallery Der Sturm (The Tempest) run by Herwarth Walden in the years 1913-1932 left its mark on the international artistic field which underwent transformations affecting both its structure and its functioning.

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    This guide book serves not only as an initiation tool to make the visit a more meaning ful experience, but it also provides deeper insight into the art and culture of the continents represented in the museum.

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