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"Rencontre d'atelier" is an original collection of artists' books in limited edition.
Ni queue ni tête is gathered an original drawing by Vera Molnar with a musical composition by Jean-Yves Bosseur
This Vera Molnar object-book offers exactly 6,765,201 versions of Montagne Sainte-Victoire (Aix-en-Provence, France).
Considered since 1968 as one of the leaders of Arte Povera, Giuseppe Penone has since pursued an artistic practice in which artifice and nature are closely intermingled.
"Je s’aime", the edition realized for Bernard Chauveau Éditeur and Le Néant éditeur, works as an open game whose rules are subject tomodification and interpretation.
The work of François Morellet as one of the most conceptual to appear in France in the 1950’s.
This book presents an Encounter with the French painter Claude Viallat in his Studio at Nîmes (south of France). Text in French by Michèle Lécluse.
À main levée is the result of a long process of reflection by the artist Janos Ber on colour and design arising simultaneously.
Mo Mote is an extract of the Grand Livre published by Bernard Chauveau|Édition (2008), specially created in the form of a leporello by Philippe Favier.
By rebinding this black book, Bernar Venet asserts that modernity, far from being dead, is not even outmoded and that the utopia it conveys still deserves to be revived.
For the edition Mur du son the artist had recorded in 1991 the jet engines on a Concord for almost two hours.
This edition follows the artist’s approach and research on generative works and on movement. It is composed of twelve flipbooks, a black and white booklet.
Odile Decq has devised an original edition that take back the founders of architectural elements of the MACRO in Roma
Tout est un devient deux is made of 21 pairs of drawings. Each representation is split into 2 drawings and plays with a duality that each of us experiences on a daily basis.
The idea for this book was born when Claude Rutault, in the d/m 208, considered the future of marelles, (hopscotches), a series on which he worked from August 1971 to September 1975.
This edition includes a copy of the book Signa Mentis, accompanied by an original box inspired by "Boîte en acétate contenant couple d'outils", from 2012.
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