Barthélemy Toguo (bilingual edition) | Author: Philippe Dagen
Barthélémy Toguo is a multiple disciplinary artist whose work addresses migration, colonialism, race, exile and displacement. Freely encompassing drawing, sculpture, video, installation and performance, his creations draw inspiration from his experience, travels and encounters.
Toguo plays with the spaces where different materials overlap. He created pathways between Western and African traditions and observes the language and new identities that arise therein. His cultural and social engagement is evident in the Bandjoun Station art centre that he created in Cameroon in 2013.
31.3 x 27.8cm
Rīvus: a glossary of water | 23rd Biennale of Sydney | Exhibition Catalogue
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A Glossary of Water is a substantial publication presented as a companion to the 23rd Biennale of Sydney, titled rīvus. It is an artist book, a scholarly reference and a beautiful...
Tense Past | Author: Julie Gough
Tense Past documents Gough’s major survey exhibition held at the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, Hobart from 7 June–3 November 2019. This epic exhibition, curated by Dr. Mary Knights, showcased 25 years of Julie’s...
SIGNED EDITION Agua Escondida | Author: Caio Reisewitz
Authored by two of the most relevant names of contemporary Brazilian photography, Agua Escondida (Hidden Water) supports the force of images to investigate the relationship between cities and their...