Papers

Selection of writings on contemporary Art

 

Paper: Artistes et migrations : tour d'horizon des territoires israélo-palestiniens et nord américains

Champlitte Jicaltepec/San Rafael, l'écart absolu

Publisher: Les presses du réel, 2016

Dedicated to the long-lasting ties between Mexico and France, this survey catalogue's common thread is the foundation of a Fourierist-inspired community in Jicaltepec in the 19th century. The historical event interacts throughout the volume with the notions of travel, exile, otherness and utopia. 

Works by Margerite Syamour, Jean Gigoux, Barthélémy Toguo, Simon Faithfull, Bernard Plossu, Ivan Alechine, Le Corbusier, Benoît Huot, Carmen Calvo. 

Texts by Pierre-Luc Abramson, Ivan Alechine, Noël Barbe et Aurélie Dumain, Emeline Bourdin, Jean-François Campario, Antonio Neme Capitaine, Julie Chevaillier, Lola Cindric, Jean-Christophe Demard, Elisa Ganivet, Emmanuel Guigon, Claude-Rose Peltrault, Bernard Plossu, Gilles Ragot, Isabelle Renard, Frédéric Spagnolli, Louis Ucciani.

Published on the occasion of the eponymous exhibition at Château de Champlitte - Musée départemental, France, from July 2nd to October 17, 2016. 

 

Interview: The paradox of contemplative desire, Elisa Ganivet & Israel Martinez

ELSE Issue 1: On Contemplation

Publisher: Transart Institut, The Journal of International Art, Literature, Theory and Creative Media, 2016

Guest Editor: Teobaldo Lagos Preller

 

Essay: Tout est une question d’image

¡PoesiAcción! 3 Generations, 9 spanish performance artists

Publisher: Live Art Work DVD, 2012

Works by Esther Ferrer, J. M. Calleja, Bartolomé Ferrando, Lucía Peiró, Nieves Correa, Joan Casellas, Isabel León, Edu Hurtado, Andrés Galeano.

Organised by Nieves Correa & Andrés Galeano in collaboration with the Instituto Cervantes Berlin. Supported by Acción!MAD - Dissemination Space 2011, Grimmuseum & the Spanish Embassy, Berlin

This DVD features essays and video documentation of live performances from 9 spanish performance artists who performed as part of the ¡PoesiAcción! event at the Instituto Cervantes in Berlin in June/July 2011.

 

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