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The Ceramic Experience is the result of a fifteen year’s exceptional creative boiling of more than 60 artists in the domain of contemporary ceramic.
Between 21 September 2009 and 20 September 2010, designer Guillaume Bardet composed a drawing of a personal object every day for a year.
Hymne à la Joie, refers to Beethoven’s ninth symphony, and is an in-situ installation for the Galeries Lafayette, Paris, in July 2011.
On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of Le Corbusier’s passing, Anish Kapoor was invited to make his work dialogue with the La Tourette convent’s architectural patrimony. This confrontation gives place to an exhibition that changes the way we see and look at the convent.
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).
The book records installations done in Clermont-Ferrand between 2000 et 2010, and photographed by the artist.
Tactile images, technology and language’s flaws inspire Antoine Catala who creates relationships between those elements or diverts them, for a poetical purpose.
Twelve artists share their « first photograph » and their questionings regarding this medium with us, in order to pay tribute to Nicéphore Niépce, inventor of photography.
Matisse was one of the most important artists of the 20th century and even sixty years after his death, he still marks and influences spirits. Twelve artists pay tribute to Matisse through a letter, interrogating themselves regarding lines, colour, composition and the evolution of painting…
The text by Bruno Dubrogel reveals the extensive creative adventure of Pierre Soulages, by means of questions regarding aesthetics, spirituality and technologies.
From 1942 to 1954, Sister Jacques-Marie, originally Monique Bourgeois, describes her encounter with Henri Matisse that lead to the creation of the Rosaire Chapel in Vence.
From 1942 to 1954, Sister Jacques-Marie, originally Monique Bourgeois, describes her encounter with Henri Matisse that lead to the creation of the Rosaire Chapel in Vence.
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.
On the occasion of the fiftieth anniversary of the death of Le Corbusier, this book brings together twelve letters and drawings by contemporary architects.
The enriched version of the "A Musical Transcription of Tree Structure" contains recordings of the book.
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