Cahiers d'Art revue 2016-2017
Gabriel Orozco

The newest Cahiers d'Art revue 2016-2017 featuring Gabriel Orozco explores the artist’s recurring themes of geometry, games, working tables throughout commissioned texts by Briony Fer, Benjamin Buchloh, André Rottman and an interview between Hans Ulrich Obrist and Orozco.

Picasso : In the Studio - Cahiers d'Art Special Issue 2015

Cahiers d'Art is proud to present a special issue of the Cahiers d'Art revue entitled 'Picasso: In the Studio' giving a close look at Picasso in the studio as you have never seen him, featuring rare and previously unpublished photographs illustrating the artist in his studio and the work itself in progress. Through this rich and detailed exploration of the artists practice, the issue highlights both the creative process and artist’s gesture.

Cahiers d'Art n°1, 2015 - Calder in France

Legendary French art publishing house and gallery Cahiers d'Art, in collaboration with the Calder Foundation, is proud to present Calder in France, a tribute to Alexander Calder that focuses on the modern artist’s long-standing relationship with France. The revue, prepared in 2014, commemorates the 25th anniversary of the Atelier Calder Artists' Residency.

Limited Edition of the Cahiers d'Art 1, 2015 - Calder in France

The limited edition of the revue Calder in France, includes a limited and signed work by Darren Bader, 2013 Calder Prize laureate and 2014 Atelier Calder resident.

Legendary French art publishing house and gallery Cahiers d'Art, in collaboration with the Calder Foundation, is proud to present Calder in France, a tribute to Alexander Calder that focuses on the modern artist’s long-standing relationship with France. The revue, prepared in 2014, commemorates the 25th anniversary of the Atelier Calder Artists' Residency.

The revue undertakes an in-depth exploration of the significant years Calder spent in France, beginning with his crucial years in Paris from 1926 to 1933, during which time the artist firmly established his imprint on the avant-garde scene. After the war, Calder spent significant periods of time in Paris in 1946, in Aix-en-Provence in 1953, and finally in Saché in the Loire Valley, where he would design his final monumental studio in 1963. The revue unveils the studios where Calder lived and worked through archival documentation, offering deeper insight into his work in each of these enigmatic places.

CAHIERS D'ART REVUE N°1, 2014

Cahiers d'Art celebrates the 100th issue of the revue with Hiroshi Sugimoto.

The issue, a true tribute to Sugimoto, is rooted in The World is Dead Today, a story written by Sugimoto for his exhibition at the Palais de Tokyo (2015), in which his photographic works are juxtaposed against his eclectic antiques collection recounting the end of modernity.

Issue No.1 2014 is a rare opportunity to see unpublished works reproduced at the highest standard.

Cahiers d'Art N°1, 2014 Limited Edition

Cahiers d'Art is pleased to present the Limited Edition of Cahiers d'Art No. 1, 2014, dedicated to Hiroshi Sugimoto.

Presented in an embossed yellow linen box, designed by the artist, this special edition of the Cahiers d'Art revue, limited to 25 signed and numbered copies in English and 25 signed and numbered copies in French, features the artist's recent work, Marchel Duchamp, Bicycle Wheel, 2014 as a special cover, unique to the Limited Edition.