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L'intime, le collectionneur derrière la porte
Inaugural exhibition From an original idea by the writer and psychoanalyst Gérard Wajcman, behind closed doors proposes an intimate view of some fifteen private collections. This inaugural exhibition relocates rooms in collectors’ homes (bedroom, lounge, toilet, office) to offer a unique reflection on the intimate relation between collectors and their works. Co-published by : La maison rouge – Fondation Antoine de Galbert, Paris - Fage Editions Authors : Gérard Wajcman, Patricia Falguières, Jean-Pierre Criqui, Henry van de Velde Published in : 2004 Price : 25 €
Central station, la collection Harald Falckenberg
The foundation’s exhibitions of private collections opens with this presentation of Harald Falckenberg’s very contemporary collection. Co-published by : La maison rouge – Fondation Antoine de Galbert, Paris - Fage Editions Authors : Sophie Delpeux, Laurence Dreyfus, Hans-Ulrich Obrist Published in : 2004 Price : 30 €
Arnulf Rainer et sa collection d'art brut
Arnulf Rainer and his collection of art brut continues the series of exhibitions that la maison rouge is devoting to private collections. After L’intime, behind closed doors and its extracts from some fifteen private collections, and Central Station drawn from the collection of Hamburg’s Harald Falckenberg, la maison rouge now invites the public to discover an artist’s collection.. Co-published by : La maison rouge – Fondation Antoine de Galbert, Paris - Fage Editions Authors : Roger Cardinal, Franz W. Kaiser, Arnulf Rainer, Bernard Vouilloux Published in : 2005 Price : 30 €
Une vision du monde, la collection vidéo d'Isabelle et Jean-Conrad Lemaître
La maison rouge continues its cycle of exhibitions of private collections with selected works from the Isabelle and Jean-Conrad Lemaître collection. Co-published in : La maison rouge – Fondation Antoine de Galbert, Paris - Fage Editions Authors : Mark Nash, Chantal Pontbriand, Christine Van Assche Published in : 2006 Price : 20 €
Busy going crazy, la collection Sylvio Perlstein
La maison rouge welcomes this first-ever showing of the Sylvio Perlstein collection, in all its vastness and diversity. An Antwerp jeweller and diamond merchant, Sylvio Perlstein grew up in Brazil before settling in Belgium in the 1960s, travelling constantly, as he still does, between Europe and the United States. Co-published by : La maison rouge – Fondation Antoine de Galbert, Paris - Fage Editions Authors : Bernard Blistène, Xavier Canonne, Marc Dachy, Emmanuel Guigon, Georges Sebbag Published in : 2006 Price : 20 €
Mexico expected/unexpected, la collection Isabel et Agustin Coppel
This exhibition of the Isabel and Agustin Coppel Collection attempts to explore contemporary Mexican art from a point of view that simultaneously underlines the intense dialogue with its canonical predecessors that characterizes it and the international landscape to which it also belongs.. Co-published by : La maison rouge – Fondation Antoine de Galbert, Paris - Fage Editions Authors : Monica Amor, Carlos Basualdo, Sabina Berman, Elmer Mendoza Published in : 2008 Price : 28 €
Soulèvements, Jean-Jacques Lebel
The “Uprisings” exhibition at La Maison Rouge presents all facets of the work of Jean-Jacques Lebel the artist but also that of Jean-Jacques Lebel the exhibition curator, writer, performer, festival organizer, discoverer, and active smuggler who has been an agitator within French artist circles over the past forty years. Authors : collectif sous la direction de Jean-Jacques Lebel et Jean de Loisy Published in : 2009 Price : 28 euros
memories of the future, the collection of Thomas Olbricht
This eighth volume in the Privées serie presents a german collection. A medical doctor and art collector from Essen, Germany, Thomas Olbricht, two years ago set up Me Collectors Room, a contemporary art venue in Berlin which, like La Maison Rouge, hosts temporary exhibitions. Co-published by La maison rouge – Fondation Antoine de Galbert, Paris - Fage Editions Authors : Annabelle Gugnon, Rainer Metzger, Damien Sausset, Virginie Spenlé Published in : 2011 Price : 30 €
Retour à l'intime, collection Giuliana et Tommaso Setari
This ninth volume in the Privées serie presents the collection of Giuliana and Tommaso Setari, Italians established in Paris, which had already a vestibule in 2004 in the inaugural exhibition of la maison rouge, "L'intime le collectionneur derrière la porte." Authors : Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev, Christian Frosi, Antoine de Galbert, Chiara Parisi, Diego Perrone, Nicola Setari, Tommaso Setari, Giuliana Setari Carusi, Daniel Soutif, Gérard Wajcman Bilingual publication, 232 pages, Fage éditions. Published in : 2012. Price : 28 euros.
Theatre of the World
This tenth volume in the Privées series presents the collection of the Australian David Walsh, founder of the Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) in Tasmania. Jean-Hubert Martin, curator of the exhibition, has taken pieces from David Walsh’s own collection, as well as that of the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery (TMAG), to show together apparently heterogeneous objects and question museal conventions. Authors: Kirsten Brett, Thierry Dufrêne, Jean-Hubert Martin, Tijs Visser, David Walsh. Price: 24 euros
Le mur
To mark its tenth birthday, La maison rouge is exhibiting a sizeable portion of the works - the ones that can be hung on a wall – from the collection of its founder Antoine de Galbert. Co-published by : La maison rouge – Fondation Antoine de Galbert, Paris - Fage Editions Authors : Antoine de Galbert, Anaël Pigeat, Sophie Delpeux Published in : 2014 Price : 38 €
Art Brut / Bruno Decharme / collection abcd
In what is its twelfth exhibition of a private collection, La maison rouge is presenting the world’s biggest privately held ensemble of art brut, owned by Frenchman Bruno Decharme. Co-published by : La maison rouge – Fondation Antoine de Galbert, Paris - Fage Editions Authors : Bruno Decharme, Antoine de Galbert, Paula Aisemberg, Barbara Safarova, Christiane Cuticchio Published in : 2014 Price : 24 €
After Eden / The Walther Collection
This thirteenth volume in the Privées series presents the Walther Collection. Over a period of twenty years, Artur Walther (born in Ulm, Germany), has assembled one of the most important collections of photography in the world, remarkable for its international scope, its quality, and its focus on large series by individual artists. Co-published by : La maison rouge – Fondation Antoine de Galbert, Paris - Fage Editions Author : Simon Njami Published in : 2015 Price : 24 €
Plus jamais seul, Hervé Di Rosa et les arts modestes
Plus jamais seul, Hervé Di Rosa and the modest arts is the latest in La maison rouge's cycle of exhibitions showing private collections. Following on from Arnulf Rainer in 2005 and Jean-Jacques Lebel in 2010, this is the third time the foundation has invited an artist to present his own work in the light of works and objects he has collected. Co-published by : Fage and La maison rouge Authors : Baptiste Brun, Dorothée Charles, Julie Crenn, Yves Le Fur, Hervé Perdriolle. Price : 28 €
Étranger résident, la collection Marin Karmitz
La maison rouge continues its cycle of exhibitions showing private collections. After Artur Walther in 2015 and Bruno Decharme in 2014, Marin Karmitz unveils a significant part of his collection, with close to 400 works that question how we are in the world. Co-published by : La maison rouge - Fage Authors: Christian Caujolle, Erri De Luca, Julie Jones Published in : 2017 Price: 28 €
Black Dolls, the Deborah Neff collection
Black Dolls, a selection of dolls and photographs owned by Deborah Neff, brings to a close the cycle of exhibitions at la maison rouge showcasing private collections. Co-published by : La maison rouge - Fage Authors : Deborah Neff, Robin Bernstein, Nellie Mae Row, Deborah Willis, Patricia Williams, Madelyn Shaw, Hélène Joubert Published in : 2018 Price : 28 €