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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...
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.
Like a conductor, Loris Gréaud, versatile artist fascinated by architecture, quantum mechanics, cinema and music, seizes ideas in order to transform them into what he calls “empirical machines”. In June 2013, he took possession of both the Louvre and the Centre Pompidou through two installations mixing a work on space and sound specific to his art.
From his early “Elbe” monotypes, landscapes in black ink dating from 1957, to his “November” series of works in ink from 2008, via the drawings of his series “Halifax”, forceful pencil drawings from the 1970s, this book explores, for the first time in France, the full range of Gerhard Richter’s graphic work...
The portuguese artist Joana Vasconcelos is representing her country for the 2013 Venice Biennale, a major event in both cultural and artistic scenes. The Éditions Dilecta are publishing the catalogue which traces back the stages of a spectacular intervention.
Carole Benzaken is not resigned to a technique, a media, a format. Today, she explores painting, sculpture and video in order to present works that offer a reflection on the intimate and the surface, the inside and the outside or even the collective codes and the individual memory.
On the ocassion of Rina Banerjee's exhibition at Galerie Nathalie Obadia (Septmember 12th - 24 October 24th, 2015), Éditions Dilecta creates a monograph for the artist. These pieces, paintings, and scultupes, of mixed media and techniques, engages with the fantastical and multicultural universe of Rina Banerjee.
The photographic work of Valérie Belin highlights a particular device that is reminiscent of American minimal art. Several themes emerge through her series: the surface of inanimate things or that of beings, time frozen, even petrified and the question of identity. Her work provokes an impression of doubt and disturbing strangeness.