Publications

Babi Badalov. Xenopoetri

Pierre-Henri Foulon (ed.), Babi Badalov. Xenopoetri, with texts by Pierre-Henri Foulon and Julie Abbou (FR/ENG), 52 p., 23 illus., Musée cantonal des Beaux-Arts de Lausanne, 2024 (coll. Espace Projet, n° 5)

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Immersion. Les origines : 1949 – 1969

Immersion. The Origins: 1949-1969 is the first book to trace the rise of immersive art, an approach that addresses all the visitor’s senses in a 360° experience. Featuring pioneering works by twenty-three artists, from Lucio Fontana to Judy Chicago, the present catalogue explores the beginnings of a major form of artistic expression that heralded augmented reality. Essays by Giuliana Bruno, Choghakate Kazarian, and Camille Lévêque-Claudet examine immersion, its history, strategies for involving the public in the work of art itself, and questioning of the exhibition space. The book includes both period documents and an exceptional selection of photo illustrations.

Choghakate Kazarian and Camille Lévêque-Claudet (ed.), Immersion. Les origines/The Origins: 1949-1969, Lausanne, Musée cantonal des Beaux-Arts, Paris, Hazan, 2023, 152 p., 106 ill. (Fr./Eng.)

CHF 60.90 in bookshops /CHF 38.– at the MCBA Book- and Gift Shop during the exhibition

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Steinlen. Swipe of the Claws and Velvet Paws

Catherine Lepdor, Théophile-Alexandre Steinlen. Coups de griffe et patte de velours (FR), 48 p., 41 ill., Musée cantonal des Beaux-Arts de Lausanne, 2023 (coll. Espace Focus, n° 11)

 

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Groupe CAYC. Buenos Aires – Lausanne

Camille de Alencastro and Elisabeth Jobin, Groupe CAYC. Buenos Aires – Lausanne (FR), 48 p., 43 ill., Musée cantonal des Beaux-Arts de Lausanne, 2023 (coll. Espace Focus, no 10)

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Emily Jacir. We Ate the Wind

Nicole Schweizer (ed.), Emily Jacir. We Ate the Wind, with a text by Julia Bryan-Wilson (FR/ANGL), 40 p., 20 ill., Musée cantonal des Beaux-Arts de Lausanne, 2023 (coll. Espace Projet, no 4)

CHF 5.-

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Jardin d’Hiver #2 Poems of Change

Simon Würsten Marin (ed.), Jardin d’Hiver #2. Poems of Change, with contributions by Ali-Eddine Abdelkhalek, Marie DuPasquier, and Simon Würsten Marin, (FR/EN), 32 p., 20 ill. Musée cantonal des Beaux-Arts de Lausanne, 2023 (Jardin d’Hiver coll., no. 2)

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Silvie Defraoui. Le tremblement des certitudes

Laurence Schmidlin (éd.), Silvie Defraoui. Le tremblement des certitudes, with an essay by Laurence Schmidlin and a preface by Juri Steiner, Copublication by Musée cantonal des Beaux-Arts de Lausanne and Scheidegger & Spiess, Zurich, 2023 (English/French/German), 120 p., 76 ill.

CHF 35.-

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Balthus the Draftsman

Camille Lévêque-Claudet, Balthus dessinateur (FR), 32 p., 27 ill., Musée cantonal des Beaux-Arts de Lausanne, 2023 (coll. Espace Focus, n° 9)

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René Auberjonois – Louis Soutter. Return to Innocence

Catherine Lepdor, René Auberjonois – Louis Soutter. Les candeurs premières (FR), 32 p., 27 ill., Musée cantonal des Beaux-Arts de Lausanne, 2022 (Espace Focus series, no. 8)

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Marie Cool Fabio Balducci

Laurence Schmidlin (ed.), with an introduction by Laurence Schmidlin and essays by Cornelia H. Butler, Pierre Bal-Blanc and Adam Szymczyk. Lausanne, Musée cantonal des Beaux-Arts / Geneva, JRP Editions, 2022, French/English, 168 p.

CHF 32.-

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