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Vernissage de l'exposition ANTI-VISION, Revues, livres d’artistes et documents imprimés

SEE Studio 7 rue saint claude, Parigi, Francia
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La galerie SEE STUDIO est heureuse de vous inviter au vernissage de l'exposition ANTI-VISION le samedi 17 mai.

« Pourquoi ne pas reconstruire notre incapacité à voir ? » s’interroge Robert Smithson dans son fameux texte « Incidents of Mirror-Travel in the Yucatán », publié en septembre 1969 dans le magazine Artforum. Cette question servira de fil rouge à l’exposition « ANTI-VISION » conçue à partir d’un choix de publications et d’éditions d’artistes issues de la collection BLOOM, fondée en 2013.

La série complète des numéros d’Artforum où Robert Smithson fit paraître huit grands articles avant son décès accidentel en 1973, introduira à ce questionnement sur l’ « anti-vision » et la « vision négative », qui a alimenté diverses stratégies artistiques depuis la fin des années 1960. L’exposition réunira un ensemble de livres d’artistes et d’affiches, de documents imprimés et de revues, de catalogues d’expositions et d’envois postaux, dont certains rares et recherchés par les bibliophiles.

Artistes : John Baldessari, Lynda Benglis, Mel Bochner, Robert Cumming, Robert Heineken, Douglas Huebler, Peter Hutchinson, Mike Kelley, Tom Marioni, Robert Morris, Richard Prince, Group Material, Robert Smithson, Philippe Thomas…

Commissariat : Guillaume Leingre et Alexandre Quoi

Pour en savoir plus:
http://seestudio.fr/anti-vision/


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SEE Studio is pleased to invite you to the opening of the ANTI-VISION exhibition on saturday the 17th of march.

“Why not reconstruct one’s inability to see?” asks Robert Smithson in his famous article “Incidents of Mirror-Travel in the Yucatán”, published by the magazine Artforum in September 1969. The exhibition “ANTI-VISION” will use this question as common thread through a selection of publications and artists’ writings extracted from the BLOOM collection, founded in 2013.

The complete series of Artforum Issues where Robert Smithson published eight important articles, before his accidental death in 1973, will introduce the question on the “anti-vision” and the “negative vision” which has guided several different artistic strategies since the late 1960’s. The exhibition will present a collection of artist’s books, posters, printed documents, and exhibitions’ catalogues, including rare pieces sought-after by the bibliophiles.

Artists : John Baldessari, Lynda Benglis, Mel Bochner, Robert Cumming, Robert Heineken, Douglas Huebler, Peter Hutchinson, Mike Kelley, Tom Marioni, Robert Morris, Richard Prince, Group Material, Seth Siegelaub, Robert Smithson, Philippe Thomas...

Curators: Guillaume Leingre et Alexandre Quoi

BLOOM has been founded in Paris by Guillaume Leingre in 2013.
Specialised in books and magazines dedicated to art and photography, BLOOM offers at the same time ancient and contemporary pieces of work as well as a consulting services for collectors and museums.

More informations:
http://seestudio.fr/anti-vision/

Galerie SEE STUDIO
7, rue Saint Claude
75003 Paris

Veniteci a trovare
il 17 maggio 2014

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