HAPPY BIRTHDAY !
Jerome and Emmanuelle de Noirmont have celebrate in 2004 the gallery’s 10 years anniversary together with all the artists they love and whom they represent with passion and pride. A birthday looking definitely towards the future, a symbol of a strong will to always go further privileging contemporary creation.
Every artist of the gallery showed one new artwork… Just as many original artworks, most of them created especially created for this occasion, just as many wonderful surprises to announce a new decay full of creations!
Portraits of all artists and full-page colour illustrations of all works. List of all the gallery´s catalogues and exhibitions 1994-2004
Published: November 2004
Limited edition of 1000 copies
13 colour & black & white illustrations
Size: 30.5 x 25.5 cm
ISBN : 2-912303-19-2.
Retail price : 80 €
Lignes Indéterminées: L’espace de la perturbation
This catalogue, published on the occasion of the exhibition held at the gallery by spring 2004, presents Bernar Venet’s works that take over and push further the creative work initiated by the artist in 1979 around the Undeterminate lines, with the Arcs, the Straight Lines…
Texts by Bernard Marcadé, Arnauld Pierre, Bernar Venet, Thomas McEvilley, Catherine Millet, Ann Hindry, Donald Kuspit, Gilbert Perlein and Carter Ratcliff are giving the reader the possibility to replace and resituate this group of works in the artist’s whole work.
Published: March 2004.
Limited edition of 1000 copies.
52 pages.20 color reproductions.
Size: 30 x 23 cm – 11 7/8 x 9 in.
ISBN : 2-912303-16-8.
Retail price: 30 €.
Published on the occasion of the exhibition Jean-Pierre Raynaud – Sous Tension at the gallery in 2001, this catalogue invites you to discover the artist’s works devoted to the flags of the former Soviet Union. These works are part of a series of work initiated in 1998 on the exclusive theme of the flag, whereas it leaves the political world to acquire the status of an artwork, as a «Raynaud Object ».
Definitely pop and playful with its red and yellow cover echoing the former Soviet Union flags, this catalogue includes an interview of Jean-Pierre Raynaud by Jérôme Sans, by then co-Director of the Palais de Tokyo in Paris.
It also encloses the picture of the original cover of Tintin in Soviet’s land, testifying the friendship between the artist and Hergé.
Bilingual French-English conversation between the artist and Jérôme Sans. Biography. Literature.
Edition limited to 1000 copies
Number of pages : 80
Number of reproductions : 20 color
Size: 17 x 24 cm / 9 x 6 3/4 in.
Publication date: June 2001
Retail price: 15 €
This magnificent catalogue constitutes a moving and compelling homage granted to Jean-Michel Basquiat’s work and personality, 10 years after his death. Actually, it gathers unique testimonies from his close friends like Bruno Bischofberger, Francesco Clemente, Jeffrey Deitch, Madonna, a.r. Penck, René Ricard, Andy Warhol… Their poems and writings, sometimes never published before, turn this one-of-a-kind catalogue into a reference for many professionals.
It also gathers more than 70 illustrations, including aside the reproductions of drawings and paintings created by Basquiat from 1977 through 1988, photographs of the artist by Tseng Kwong Chi, Louis Jammes, Jérôme Schlomoff and Andy Warhol.
Bilingual French & English text. Literature. List of solo & group exhibitions. List of his collaborations (with Warhol & Clemente).
Published: October 1998
Edition limited to 3000 copies.
63 colour and 10 black & white illustrations.
Size: 30.5 x 25.3 cm - 12 x 10 in.
Retail price: 40 €
THE PAINTINGS OF THE GATE
This very beautiful catalogue with an original design offers the extraordinary opportunity to discover the series The Paintings of the Gate, paintings realized by Clemente in Taos, New Mexico, in 1996, and exhibited at the gallery in 1997. The style of the catalogue honours the artist’s genuine and sophisticate work; with its lined curtain cover on which the painter’s name is engraved, it seems handmade.
The essay Les Portes de la Peinture (The Gates of Painting) by the writer and art theorician Démosthènes Davvetas places Clemente in the XXth Century artistic context, bringing out the origins of his creation to focus his analysis on the series.
French text. Biography, literature, list of solo and group exhibitions from 1971 to 1997.
Published : March 1997.
Edition limited to 700 copies.
12 full-page colour illustrations.
Size : 17 x 24 cm - 6 3/4 x 9 1/2 in.
ISBN : 2-912303-00-1.
Retail price: sold out.