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  • Item:MER-1159

    Ignorance, A Laboratory On The Open Fields

    A collection of plans, descriptions of art works, pictures of events, creative texts and drawings, made by an international group of artists about issues in environments and art. The initiative 'A Laboratory on the Open Fields' (ALOTOF) was working outside the general and accepted lines of conventional creativity, trying to investigate new forms and methods for an ecological media art. The book gives an insight into an intriguing world where objects, ideas, nature, and art are mixed from the start. It shows how exciting, inventive, and unacademic artistic research by artists can be. The editors and contributors, mainly from Belgium, France, and the Czech Republic, created this selection of field notes, texts and images as an art book in-between an aesthetical object and an informative assemblage. Editors are Gívan Belá & Annemarie Maes.


    €20.00
  • Item:MER-1148

    des choses à faire, chevalier masson

    This catalogue on the work of Chevalier Masson was published to mark the occasion of their invitation to exhibit at the Grand Hornu CID in autumn 2015. For a decade now, Anne Masson and Eric Chevalier have been joining forces to work together in the field of textiles. They examine design by adopting an experimental approach to the materials, and not a priori to the results. Driven by spontaneity and the pleasure of making, they approach textiles in different contexts, as a medium linked to cultural, collective, and intimate concerns, and to questions of function and pleasure. The catalogue aims to shed light on the organic, dynamic, and elastic spirit of the work, in which the processes invested are never really brought to an end, but are to some extent always likely to be reactivated according to circumstance. The catalogue also presents the collaborative practice that has been initiated in recent years in the company of architects, designers, and choreographers, notably the architects 51n4e and Baukunst, the designer Diane Steverlynck, and the choreographers Pierre Droulers and Thomas Hauert; projects that extend the horizon of their work and examine different statutes and dimensions of textiles.
The catalogue for des choses à faire is presented as a state of play for an approach with movable perimeters, liable to open up any number of tracks for inspiration and reflection.


    €29.00
  • Item:MER-1145

    AB-I, Luc Coeckelberghs

    AB-I brings together four decennia of Coeckelberghs’ artistic practice. The main core of the artist’s oeuvre comprises paintings, along with sculptural work and installations. This monograph shows the evolution over time in the use of materials, means, techniques and forms, and of one of the core questions of Coeckelbergh’s practice: a research on the concept of space in art, whether it is expressed in a two- or three-dimensional way, or in a four-dimensional way, physically and mentally.



    Laureate for De Best Verzorgde Boeken Studentenjury. 


    €39.00
  • Item:MER-1142

    Proportio IT

    Presentata a Palazzo Fortuny, a Venezia, da maggio a novembre 2015 da Axel & May Vervoordt Foundation e Fondazione Musei Civici di Venezia, Proportio è un'esposizione è presente nella nostra vita, nel complesso universo in cui ci troviamo. Attraverso un ventaglio di espressioni provenienti da ambiti diversi quali l'arte, la natura, la fisica, l'economia, la storia, la scienza, la musica, la medicina e altri ancora, lo studio della proporzione svela gli schemi e i modelli naturali ricorrenti nella creazione di tutto ciò che costituisce il mondo materiale. Durante l'intero corso della storia umana a noi noto, civiltà diverse hanno impiegato il sapere relativo alle proporzione. Le nozioni estremamente avanzate e complesse legate ai principi della geometria sacra e, in particolar modo, della sezione aurea sono confluite all'interno di esoteriche conoscenze spirituali e tradizioni religiose.


    €65.00
  • Item:MER-1136

    The Harmfull Effects of Tobacco, Julião Sarmento

    Diptyc. Lambda print mounted on Dibond 4 mm. UV matte lamination. Certificate signed and numbered by the artist. Edition of 20 copies.


    €2,000.00
  • Item:MER-1134

    I, the Dog of my Master, Diego Tonus

    These drawings, all made with a BIC ballpoint pen, are preparatory sketches used for the making of "I, the Dog of my Master", an animation that refers to a video taken with a mobile phone by Italian artist Diego Tonus, in which a dog has been filmed throughout the course of a day. The artist has redrawn each frame constituting this video (1'58'') over a period of two years (2006-2008), focusing on the main subject and its gestures. Both camera movements and the animation technique used to retrace each image, contribute to enhance the cinematographic quality of the video and to spectacularize a personal everyday life moment. Several preparatory sketches available. Contact us for more information. Certificate signed and numbered by the artist. 




    €450.00
  • Item:MER-1132

    Towards the soul of the wine bottle, Adriaan Verwée

    Artist edition specially designed on the occasion of MER. Station 11, held at Netwerk, Aalst (B) in the Spring of 2015. Each of the 20 boxes contains Verwée's artist book 'Under a poor cloak you commonly find a good drinker' and a signed and numbered silk-screen print. 


    In his MER. Station 'Towards the soul of the wine bottle’, artist Adriaan Verwée (°1975) explored the possibilities for translating his artist’s book back into a spatial intervention. Starting from the individuality of his practice, which is characterized by a particular interest in architecture, a startling process of transformation takes place. With a powerful physical gesture, the artist demolished the sculptural contours of Netwerk and allowed a new installation to rise from the ruins. The remains of the presentation material were reorganized in the new order and supplemented by new works created specifically for the site. These objects in turn relate to the soul of his publication, the hollow space in which artistic sediment accumulates. 


    €450.00
  • Item:MER-1120

    Vibrations Off, Honoré ∂’O

    The fragility, the antimatter and the weightlessness of the material are typical of Honoré ∂’O’s oeuvre, where the door to coincidence is always wide open. An Honoré ∂’O will never appear in the same form or in a cloned shape. It is his way of evading the trap of prejudice, the urge and the longing for the familiar, the glorification of the materialised object. 



    This book unfolds as one long story of images in which the continuous plastic activity of Honoré ∂’O develops into a chain reaction of cross fertilisation. Starting from a symbiotic relationship with Viennese artist ManfreDu Schu and other kindred artists, students from KASK, thinkers, curators, poets, museum directors,…

This publication is made in co-operation with KASK School of Arts and Kristof De Clercq gallery. 

With texts by Inge Braeckman, Yves Coussement, Bart De Baere, Marc De Bie, Kristof De Clercq, Nikolaas Demoen, Helena De Preester, Honoré ∂’O, Martin Germann, Luk Lambrecht, Filip Luyckx, ManfreDu Schu, Philippe Van Cauteren, Tom Van Imschoot, Wim Waelput and Yunkyung Kam.


    €20.00
  • Item:MER-1119

    Ounce, Hervé Martijn

    Hervé Martijn’s years of experience as a painter drive him to the extremes of his technical ability and question the nature of the true-to-life reality that he as an artist should allow to appear on canvas. Giving shape to a painted reality forces him to make artistic choices each time anew. Martijn’s lifelike translation consists in a painted diversity of reproductive possibilities with an inexhaustible and multipliable creative interpretation of a subtle, emotionally charged reality. His world, consisting mostly of beautiful women, is subtly manipulated on canvas by means of creative reinterpretation. Hervé Martijn’s muses shrink from the viewer’s gaze, or are stripped of their ability to look. A feeling of shame dominates the visible reality of those portrayed. In every painting the face is hidden or averted from the viewer’s judgment. As if the outside world can only observe fragments of a reality that has been made fragile. A visible, emotionally suppressed pain is sublimated in the beautiful reproduction of long, vulnerable suffering. As if recording it on canvas would bear witness to a painted conviction that acceptance is the only way to deal with wounds in life. A way of being marked for life in paint. A merciless “Ounce” upon a time in a fragile reality.

    €34.00

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