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  • Item:MER-328

    Academia, Qui es-tu? (FR)

    Academia: Qui es-tu? is the second part of a trilogy, which opened with  Artempo in Venice, 2007, and focused on the impact of ‘Time’ on art, as a source of destruction, but also of production. The publication Academia: Qui es-tu? was made on the occasion of the eponym exposition held on the site of the chapel of the l’École des Beaux-Arts in Paris and examines the dynamic processes of artistic creation. Laureate for the Plantin Moretus award 2009.


    €49.50
  • Item:MER-239

    The Rearrangement, Adam Lehner





    This book is art and literature radically crossing-over, it is letting us discover Adam Lehner's first novel about Thomas Prayer, a New York interior decorator, embedded in a series of drawings and collages rearranging interiors on every page.



    “Decorating, Thomas Prayer is happy.”





    Laureate for the Plantin Moretus Award 2009




    €20.00
  • Item:MER-393

    Raphaël Buedts

    A comprehensive overview of Raf Buedts' work. The book encompasses 450 images.





    Published on the occasion of the retrospective exhibition of his work at SMAK, Gent (05.09–15.11.2009).



    As an artist, Raphaël Buedts (1946–2009) discretely built up an impressive oeuvre, drifting with ease between sculpture, drawing and painting. His subtle shifts between abstraction and tactility and between function and form demonstrate an uncommon lucidity and rare poetic skill.





    Leaf through the book here


    €50.00
  • Item:MER-420

    (un)balanced, Frederic Geurts





    Published on the occasion of Frederic Geurts exhibition (un)balanced at Z33, November 2009-February 2010.

    Z33 gives each year one artist the chance to make a first major solo exhibition at the Provincial museum in Hasselt.

    The work of Frederic Geurts consists of monumental, but very fragile structures, where the artist goes to the extreme in exploring the limits of gravity and the materiality of the constructions.

    Texts by Jean-Paul Van Bendegem and Francis Smets.


    €29.00
  • Item:MER-400

    Optic Nerve and Ruffini Ending, Mara Goldberg

    Artist book in which Mara Goldberg draws drawing upon drawing upon drawing. Each time making a copy of the previous one. In this artist book the process of alteration as a result of repetition finds its way in drawings of optic nerves and Ruffini endings.


    €20.00
  • Item:MER-367

    An Orderly Fashion, Cum*




    €15.00

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