Cahiers d’Art: From Calder to Sugimoto
Ivorypress will present the exhibition Cahiers d’Art: From Calder to Sugimoto, featuring a series of limited editions published by Cahiers d’Art. The works on show will be those by Alexander Calder, William Kentridge, Per Kirkeby, Robert Longo, Thomas Schütte and Hiroshi Sugimoto.
Founded in 1926 by Christian Zervos, Cahiers d’Art encompasses a publishing house, a gallery, and a revue. Between the 1920s and the mid-1970s, Cahiers d’Art published ninety-seven issues of the Cahiers d’Art Revue and more than fifty books on fine art and architecture as well as the catalogue raisonné of Pablo Picasso in thirty-three volumes. Since its relaunch in 2012, Cahiers d’Art has published several revues and art books. It has concurrently hosted exhibitions as well as publishing limited editions by a number of internationally renowned artists.
In conjunction with this exhibition, on 22 February at 11:00 a.m. Ivorypress will host the panel discussion Artist’s Books: The Role of the Publisher, with the participation of Staffan Ahrenberg, publisher, Cahiers d’Art, Paris, France; Santiago Caleya, director, Turner, Mexico City, Mexico; Céline Fribourg, publisher, Éditions Take5, Geneva, Switzerland and Elena Foster, founder and CEO, Ivorypress, Madrid, Spain.
The panel discussion will be moderated by Hans Ulrich Obrist, artistic director of the Serpentine Galleries, London, United Kingdom.
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