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Since 2017, the artist has been immersed in the Bergonié Institute, a cancer treatment centre in Bordeaux, and has built up his work through meetings with hospital staff, patients and their families, as well as through conferences and debates with doctors, philosophers, military personnel and priests, philosophers, soldiers and priests.
On the occasion of the exhibition "William Kentridge. More Sweetly Play the Dance" at Mudam, Éditions Dilecta and Mudam are co-publishing a book of interviews between William Kentridge and Denis Hirson.
Born in Beirut, Ali Cherri lives and works between Beirut and Paris. He belongs to this generation of Lebanese artists born during the civil war whose work has been strongly affected by this context of instability. Through an introduction by the artist, 4 essays and an interview, this first monograph reveals the political, aesthetic and dreamlike...
In conjunction with Thomas Fort, Damien Cadio presents the first monograph devoted to his work in the form of two volumes gathered in a case:- a presentation of his paintings through five series that he has been developing since 2014: "La Folie Hennequin", "La Nuit de l'histoire", "Blackouts", "La Géante", "Animals"- a written correspondence to evoke the...