futur n'existe pas : rétrotypes

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 in which everything that will have already happened is housed in advance, it is very much like a mirage.

The Secretary Blouse

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 (CLASS VFK2560) or a coconut (CLASS SD62DRY). The mechanical objects are combined with foodstuffs ...

Voir le voir

Voir le voir

This book is only available in French language.

Max Bill / Jan Tschichold

Max Bill / Jan Tschichold

This book is only available in French language.

L'Heure des sorcières

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 Laâbissi, Bruce Lacey, Adolphe Lalauze, Évariste-Vital Luminais, Ana Mendieta, Anita Molinero, Marie Preston, Olivia Plender & Patrick Staff ...

Géoesthétique

Géoesthétique

This book is only available in French language.

Back Cover – Spécial Japon #6

Back Cover – Japan special nº6

The sixth issue of BACK COVER is the result of a four-month period spent in Japan. It is devoted entirely to this geographical and cultural area.

Little of what is created in Japan reaches us. Our knowledge is limited to commercially viable (and hence translated) imports and to a number ...