Cahiers d’Art is one of the world’s most distinguished publishers of the visual arts.
Cahiers d’Art presents itself as a unique contemporary art journal (La Revue), illustrated with photographs. Witness of its time, Cahiers d’Art has been following and writing art history for nearly a century.
Founded in 1926 by Christian Zervos, Cahiers d’Art defined itself by the combination of striking typography and layout, abundant photography and a juxtaposition of ancient and contemporary art of its time. La Revue ceased publishing in 1960 and was reactivated in 2012 on the initiative of Staffan Ahrenberg.
The new Cahiers d’Art preserves the spirit, the graphics, and the eclecticism of the original version. It presents contemporary artists such as Ellsworth Kelly, Rosemarie Trockel, Ai Weiwei, Arthur Jafa and Christo and some of Zervos’ favorite artists, such as Picasso, Miró and Calder. Cahiers d’Art works directly with the artists or their estates to create La Revue. La Revue is published in a standard and a limited edition, including a creation signed and numbered by the main featured artist.