Artists from 2012
Cahiers d’Art has always had a special relationship with the artists they work with. Always attentive, each collaboration is an opportunity for the guest artist to experiment with a new approach to their work, whether through limited editions, following Cahiers d’Art’s legendary attachment to paper works, or by experimenting with a three-dimensional work. Each collaboration is a celebration of the artist’s individual character and vision.
Artists 1926 – 1960
Cahiers d’Art, through its dual activity of gallery and publishing house, has promoted the work of the greatest modern artists of the twentieth century: Braque, Picasso, Léger, Matisse, Duchamp, Miro, Giacometti, Calder, and so many others. From fauvism to cubism, from abstraction to surrealism, from dada to expressionist sculpture, all the decisive movements from the 1900s to the 1960s were represented, both by works and by literary, critical, poetic texts, celebrating the surge of creativity and the desire for change characteristic of this era. Cahiers d’Art’s relationship to painting, poetry and creation is one of commitment and passion. Cahiers d’Art has enabled the publication of unique texts on modern art, unpublished works (lithographs, stencils, original covers, etchings, etc.) and exceptional collaborations between artists.