Comme un parfum d'aventure
This book, co-published with macLyon, explores the question of displacement, from the first steps of humanity, to the contemporary context of a fluid world where the movement of people, things and ideas is amplified to excess by globalisation.
"Comme un parfum d'aventure" is inspired by the recent collective and worldwide experience of confinement imposed for health reasons and almost concomitantly on a majority of people on the planet. This book explores the question of displacement, from the earliest steps of humanity, to the contemporary context of a fluid world where the movement of people, things and ideas is amplified to excess by globalisation. It considers myths and conquests, the regulation of movement by borders, political ideologies, economic systems and the great migratory movements that are closely linked to them, as well as the impact of climate change on the massive and growing movements of populations.
Conceived as an extension of the exhibition presented at macLyon in 2020-2021, the catalogue brings together original essays by Nora N. Khan, American curator and art critic, French sociologist Éric Le Breton and Marilou Laneuville and Matthieu Lelièvre, the curators of the exhibition. It develops twelve chapters that follow the chronological and thematic progression of the exhibition. The book is enhanced by a rich iconography that includes views of the exhibition at macLYON and visuals of the works on display.
List of artists presented: Marina Abramović & Ulay, Vito Acconci, Giulia Andreani, Ismaïl Bahri, Zbyněk Baladrán, Fabienne Ballandras, François Bellay, Laura Ben Haïba et Rémi De Chiara, Louis-Antoine Beysson, Guillaume Bijl, Claude Bonnefond, Arièle Bonzon, Eugène Boudin, Victor Brauner, Thibault Brunet, Nidhal Chamekh, Lucie Chaumont, Paul Chenavard, Ali Cherri, Joseph Cornell, Christine Crozat, Perino Del Vaga (copie d’après), Marc Desgrandchamps, Theresia Deslandes, Jean Dubuffet, Antoine Duclaux, Gaëlle Foray, Jean-François Gavoty, Hans Hartung, Philippe-Auguste Hennequin, Jean Jullien, Nicolas Jullien, Smaïl Kanouté, Géraldine Kosiak, Raymond Lafage, Wifredo Lam, Le Primatice (copie d’après), Jean-Baptiste Le Prince (attribué à), Prosper Marilhat, Henri Matisse, Paul Maupin d’après Jacques Stella (attribué à), Florent Meng, Jean Miette (attribué à), Joos de Momper le Jeune (suiveur de), Claude Monet, Charles-Louis Muller, Yoko Ono, Panamarenko, Peintre d’Altamura, Jean-Xavier Renaud, Fleury Richard, Peter Robinson, Cristoforo Roncalli (attribué à), Clara Saracho de Almeida, Chloé Serre, Jakob Kudsk Steensen, Lise Stoufflet, Pascale Marthine Tayou, Benjamin Testa, Barthélémy Toguo, Warlukurlangu, Krzysztof Wodiczko, Erwin Wurm, William Wyld, Carmelo Zagari, Zohreh Zavareh, Radouan Zeghidour
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- 316 pages
- 19 x 27 cm
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