Couleurs Contemporaines 

"Couleurs Contemporaines" is dedicated to modern and contemporary decorative arts, design and architecture. Its purpose is to bring to the attention of the public the work of contemporary creators, with photographs and drawings, for the most part published here for the first time.

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Whether it is photographic, filmic or visual art, Jean-Luc Moulène uses his practice to study the natural and cultural phenomenons that surround him.
23,70 €
For the first time, Jean-Luc Moulène's series Disjonctions, which deconstructs the codes of photography, is shown in its whole.
23,70 €
This book offers a complete vision of the plastic artist Champion Métadier's recent work in which the issues and consequences of digital pictures' future reflect with a singular acuteness. Her works impose themselves as remarquably dense objects. 
25,59 €
This book seeks to go beyond the classical framework of books on architecture to enable the general public to discover the wealth of expertise behind these ventures in construction.
42,65 €
Bernar Venet has created a venue for contemporary art in the enlarged, renovated watermill he has been living in since 1989, in Le Muy (France, Var).
36,97 €
The Picardie Museum has presented a lesser-known aspect of the artist’s work: his “Toolboxes”. C. Jaccard has compulsively created a multitude of boxes accumulated in his studio for over forty years.
36,97 €
F. Hyber keeps on rocking contemporary art with his POF (prototypes of functioning objects) or his unclassifiable exhibitions that transform museums into supermarkets or hairdressing saloons.
46,45 €
Anne and Patrick POIRIER create an original and poetic dialogue with the Convent of La Tourette, Le Corbusier’s masterpiece, “tinged with the whiteness of the walls.”
28,44 €
In biographical notes, Vera Molnar is often introduced with these few words: “An abstract geometric artist since 1948”, following Kandisnky, Malevitch and Mondrian works.
Auguste Herbin is considered one of the undisputed masters of colour.
32,23 €
Titus-Carmel was born in 1942 in Paris. Since the 60’s he has devoted himself exclusively to drawing, painting and writing.
23,70 €
“Light has this unique quality, of being at once material and immaterial... light speaks” Éric Michel.
28,44 €
What characterizes Philippe Favier’s work, built up over a couple of decades, is doubtless its consistent inventiveness and the liberty he accords to upsetting the images he initiates.
26,07 €
Self-taught French sculptor and painter Jacques Brown began painting in 1945 and sculpting in 1949.
25,12 €
Hervé Dixneuf and Grégory Blain, who joined forces in 2007 to create the “Atelier BL119”, make up an atypical duo, far from the usual line of strategy one comes across in the work of young designers.
23,70 €
Jackie Matisse, granddaughter of Henri Matisse and daughter of Pierre Matisse who had a famous gallery in New York, was born in 1931.
27,49 €
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