NEW ART SCALES
with The Pill

Edited with text by Ingrid Luquet-Gad
Afterword by Suela Cennet
16 artists
175 photographs of works
300 pages
8,25 × 10,75 inches
20,5 × 27cm
Graphic design: Emma Zampieri—Studio JBE
Coproduction JBE Books × The Pill


English edition
ISBN: 978-2-36568-064-6

35 €

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🌍 Under Ingrid Luquet-Gad’s pen, New Arts Scales writes the art of the 21st century with the tools, ambition and quality of a timeless art history book. In this very place, Istanbul, the exact junction between East and West, between the local and the global, there is a gallery, The Pill, founded by Suela Cennet in 2016, that is as much a tool of resistance as a way to blast the dialectic between center and margins. New Art Scales tells the story of this change of scale. A reference book on the ultra-contemporary, which writes art at the very moment it is made.

 

Artists featured
Eva Nielsen, Marion Verboom, Leylâ Gediz, Ugo Schiavi, Elsa Sahal, Raphaël Barontini, Apolonia Sokol, Soufiane Ababri, Mireille Blanc, Pablo Dávila, Berke Doğanoğlu, Daniel Otero Torres, Aykan Safoğlu, Elif Erkan, İrem Gunaydin, Lux Miranda

 

Eva Nielsen has developed a hybrid practice exploring the boundaries between painting and photography while embracing the potential for permeability between these two mediums. Her compositions combine the traditional techniques of painting with those of silk screening and are created using overlays. From the outskirts of towns and cities to desolate nature scenes or liminal spaces, they bring together landscapes and architectural elements in a sequence of strata, evoking the sedimentary mechanisms having resulted in the territorial fragments they represent. These creative processes typical of Eva Nielsen’s universe enrich the works featured in Chroma, which is published in connection with the sixth edition of the LVMH Métiers d’Art residency. Invited to set up her studio for six months on the premises of Les Tanneries Roux in Romans-sur-Isère, the artist was able to give a new substantiality to her creations and make two completely opposite materials — leather and silk — occupy the same surface. Throughout the residency, she was also able to draw on the silk printing expertise of the atelier Twinpix. The result is a new series of works unmistakably shaped by the residency’s geographic surroundings, with the proximity of the Isère river and the omnipresent Vercors range.

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CHROMA
Eva Nielsen

Publisher: RVB Books

LVMH Métiers d'Art Residency

Essay by Marianne Derrien, Interview by Léa Chauvel-Levy

24 x 32 cm

Soft cover

Slipcase

152 pages

114 colour photographs

60 €

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CRITICAL TEXTS


2020 Karim Ghaddab, notice pour l'acquisition de Polhodie, Frac Auvergne
2019 Monographie, essays by Clément Dirié, Marianne Derrien, Joël Riff, Manuella Editions
2017 Clément Dirié, exhibition text Les Fonds de l'Oeil
2016 Arlène Bercelot-Courtin, exhibition text Horizon
2015 Ann Hindry, presentation text, Salomon Art Prize
2014 Valérie Labayle, Mac Val – Avec et sans peinture
2014 Barbara Sirieix, exhibition text The Road
2013 Clément Dirié et Eva Nielsen, Let's talk (again) about painting, Semaines
2011 Marianne Derrien, Infiltration – le privilège des chemins, Plataforma Revolver
2011 Erik Verhagen, Elvedon, Eva Nielsen/Marion Verboom, Mairie de Grand Quevilly Editions
2010 Marc Desgranchamps, Mouvements des atomes, mobilité des formes, ENSBA Editions
2010 Nicolas Audureau et Elena Yaichnikova, Res Publica, Cahiers de la création contemporaine, CNAP

2010 Paysage, Imminence de la catastrophe, Espace Croix Baragnon, Editions Mairie de Toulouse

The publication "The Architecture of Deception / Confinement / Transformation" accompanies the eponymously titled exhibition trilogy at BNKR - current reflections on art and architecture in Munich and showcases eighteen diverse artistic standpoints at the intersection of art and architecture. Each chapter directly correspond to the evolving history of the exhibition space, which was originally constructed as a camouflage air-raid bunker during the Second World War, then used as a postwar internment camp, and finally transformed into its current state as a mixed-use residential and office building. With contributions by the editors, David Adjaye and Nikolaus Hirsch, and Madeleine Freund.

First monograph edited by Manuella Editions

Essays by Marianne Derrien and Clément Dirié

Interview by Joël Riff

 

Graphistes : Thomas Bizzari et Alain Rodriguez

 

145 reproductions couleur

192 pages

19 x 24,5 cm

Couverture brochée sous jaquette en acétate sérigraphiée

Edition bilingue français / anglais

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The Architecture of Deception / Confinement / Transformation
 

Publisher: SilvanaEditoriale

Edited by Sam Bardaouil, Till Fellrath

Hardcover

17 x 24.5 cm

184 pages

115 illustrations

English

2021

30 €

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