Crawling Doubles

colonial collecting and affect


Collecting objects was a frequent practice among European colonial states in their occupied territories. From the second half of the nineteenth century, colonial powers encouraged their citizens in the colonies to collect objects that would ...

Jochen Gerner


Since the beginning of 2000s, in the continuation of its study of the work Tintin in America untitled Tnt in America, Jochen Gerner began in particular to sound graphically and plastically the printed images. These ...


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The Future does not exist: retrotypes


Who knows what tomorrow will bring? Ultimately, this is unimportant, because we all talk about the future, however uncertain, as if its existence goes without saying. Yet, if we picture it as a region of time ...

The Secretary Blouse


Armand Jalut’s recent paintings are characterized by the inclusion of machines, manufacturing tools that are telescoped with organic elements, often edible: a slice of grapefruit (CLASS FW600), fried eggs (CLASS W664UT), a bunch of bananas ...

The The Witching Hour


**Expected to appear the 24th of April 2014**

Jean-Luc Blanc, Lindsey Bull, Georges Devy & L. Dalliance, Florence Doléac, Camille Ducellier, Mary Beth Edelson, León Ferrari, Derek Jarman, Richard John Jones & Max Allen, Latifa ...


This book is only available in French language.

Voir le voir


This book is only available in French language.

Sauce Béarnaise syndrome

Anthony Duchêne


This book is only available in French language.


Hunted, appropriated, empowered, queered


At least three types of witches exist: those who practice witchcraft, those who are characterised as witches (by courts, religious institutions or public opinion), and those who proclaim themselves witches but do not practice witchcraft ...



**To be published late november**

Andrea Crews was created ten years ago, in 2002, by Maroussia Rebecq at the Palais de Tokyo, with an event that was to pave the way for the future: a ...

Raphaël Zarka



First monograph of the artist Raphaël Zarka to be published on november the 15. Purchase it now here or go to discover it during the Salon Light from October 19 to 21st at Palais de ...

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What are we to make of all these countless sounds and images passing before our eyes, reaching our ears, arriving on our cell phones, moving across our computers and iPads? What artistic categories are relevant ...

Gyan Panchal


First monograph of the French artist Gyan Panchal, this book presents his work questionning contemporary materials and abstraction through sculptures made with elements from crude oil (polystyrène, polyethylene, plexiglass, etc.) sometimes combining them with natural ...

Chapter III (The Authorized narratives)

XXIIe Ateliers internationaux du Frac des Pays de la Loire


Third chapter of a collaboration with the artists **Mariana Castillo Deball, Alex Cecchetti, Will Holder, Benoît Maire and Falke Pisano**, begun on the occasion of the residence of the 22nd International Studios of Frac des Pays de la Loire between ...

Evariste Richer. Slow Snow.


First monograph of the French artist Evariste Richer.

Le Gouvernail hydraulicien


Available only in French.