Thomas Lanfranchi is one of those rare artists whose slightest manifestation we wait for. With the same stubbornness that a scientist would put into it, he has been carrying out the same research for years, somewhere on the borders of sculpture, of performance and drawing.
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|Author||François Coadou , Marguerite Pilven , Amélie Lucas-Gary|
|Number of pages||168|
|Language||Bilingue Français / English|
|Dimensions||240 x 160|
The book, bilingual French-English, is divided into three parts printed on three different papers. The first is devoted to the work of sculpture and performance of Thomas Lanfranchi, illustrated by some forty photos.
Taken between the 90s and today, the photographs reveal the spectacular flying shapes made by the artist from plastic bags, which rise from the ground to the sky, alternating colors and patterns, according to the wind that gives them life.
At the heart of the book, the texts by François Coadou, Amélie Lucas-Gary and Marguerite Pilven complete the iconography and allow the reader to immerse themselves in the various aspects of Thomas Lanfranchi's universe.
Finally, around fifty of the artist's drawings are reproduced, in which parade fantastic shapes, animals and characters, cut out of the same material as his celestial bodies and completed by ballpoint pen drawings. They are sometimes accompanied by short texts by the author.
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