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Animal Sketching is the first book that Alexander Calder published in New York in 1926, a short time before he left for France. This book, fundamental in understanding Calder’s body of work, is a study dedicated to animals...
Each week we propose a special offer to highlight our books collection by giving you a book for free. Below, find a "cart" composed of three books about drawing practice of three important artists: Philippe Cognée, Martial Raysse and Adel Abdessemed
Filippo Tommaso Marinetti
One October night in 1908, Marinetti, a young Italian dreaming of the world to come, feverishly throws his aspirations and desires onto paper, giving rise to the manifesto that would become the foundation of Futurism.
On the occasion of Monumenta 2012, Éditions Dilecta published the previously unseen sketches of Daniel Buren. His plans, drawings and collages document the genesis of the project from the abandoned initial ideas to the final work...
After Yves Klein USA and Yves Klein Germany, this book, produced in collaboration with the Yves Klein Archives, relates this founding journey through about 150 documents, photographs and correspondences – some previously unpublished – highlighted through essays by Terhi Génévrier-Tausti and Denys Riout.
Beginning in 2006, Fiac has been working in collaboration with the Louvre to present, in the heart of the Jardin des Tuileries, a show of outdoor art. The growing interest of galleries and artists, as well as the exceptional setting of the Jardin des Tuileries has allowed for them to support a myriad of great works.
Louise Bourgeois created He Disappeared into Complete Silence in 1947, at the beginning of her career and two years after her first personal exhibition. This dense and splendid book, very rare, was initially printed in only a dozen copies and contains nine engravings by the artist alongside with a brief narrative text.
Mixed Marriages, Free Marriages and Barbarian Weddings is a monograph of ORLAN’s most recent work, and completely unpublished. Often acts of rebellion and resistance against contemporary pressures, politics, religious or social, acting on the individual, the creations of ORLAN deflect the latest technological innovations to create a highly interrogative...
This queer-titled collection was Tzara’s first work, published in Zurich. Bursting with originality, this rare book (at last re-issued as a facsimile) grew out of the collaboration between Tristan Tzara, his friend Marcel Janco (whose engravings are reproduced in color) and the anarchist printer Julius Heuberger...