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Peeping Tom's Digest #4:
Paris (Le Grand and beyond)

A publication exploring contemporary art scenes around the world
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Fully bilingual issue: French / English

Peeping Tom’s Digest is an experimental, empirical and subjective publication dedicated to contemporary artistic practices. This issue, dedicated to Paris, teases out an offbeat and distanced portrait of the Parisian and French scene, through contributions from 70 participants and the restitution of work groups (dinners, performances, round table). Issue #4 is unusual in taking as a starting point the city of Paris, where the members of Peeping Tom reside. To conserve a necessary distance in regards to a scene they were already familiar with, the collective privileged initiatives and actors for whom a certain detachment (geographic, temporal, emotional, economic, ideological, etc.) was chosen or imposed: foreigners living in Paris or in residency, French people based abroad, nomads and dromomaniacs passing through, initiatives situated in Parisian suburbs or elsewhere in France, the student milieu, actors who have left the artistic scene or whose financial independence placed them outside of the art world, the points of view of other professions, isolated, transversal or unclassifiable practices, etc. The contributions as a whole question notions of territoriality, affiliations, and isolation, and draw a portrait, one largely made in counter-relief, of the “Parisian art scene.”

CONTRIBUTORS / AUTHORS: 4taxis (Michel Aphesbero and Danielle Colomine), A constructed World (Geoff Lowe and Jacqueline Riva), Adel Ghezal, Angélique Buisson, Arnaud Labelle-Rojoux, Axelle Bonnard, Barbara Manzetti, Barbara Soyer (The Drawer), Béatrice Gross, Charles de Meaux (anna sanders films), Christine Rebet, Cyrille Weiner, Dimitri Mallet, Ekaterina Shcherbakova, Eleanor Ivory Weber, Emilie Renard (La Galerie Noisy-le-sec), l’Entreprise culturelle (villa du lavoir), Estelle Hanania, Esther Lowe, Eva Barto, exo exo (Elisa Rigoulet and Antoine Donzeaud), Fabien Vallos, Fabrice Reymond, Fayçal Baghriche, Fenêtreproject (Dustin Cauchi and Francesca Mangion), Florence Bonnefous (Air de Paris), Florence Parot (Centre Pompidou), Francesco Urbano Ragazzi, Galerie Chantal Crousel, Gisèle Vienne, Gaël Gittard, Hélène Deléan, Hendrick Hegray, Jade Boyeldieu d’Auvigny, Jean-Luc Verna, Jesse Sykes, Joseph Marzolla, Julie-Anne Côté, Julie Higonnet, Kathy Alliou (Beaux-Arts de Paris), Lara Sarcevic, Laurent Niget, Lidwine Prolonge, Lucio Girondo, Lucy Watts, Lorraine Châteaux, Marc Nicolas (La Femis), Marcelline Delbecq, Mathilde Villeneuve (Les Laboratoires d’Aubervilliers), Maxime Bichon, Mohamed Bourouissa, Natsuko Uchino, Nicolas Boone, Nicolas Giraud, Nicolas Knight, Olivier Cadiot, Patric Chiha, Patrice Blouin, Patrice Joly (la Biennale de Belleville, Zérodeux, Zoo galerie), Patricia Brignone, Quentin Euverte, Sarina Basta (Fondation Gulbenkian), Samon Takahashi, Sébastien Pluot, Shanaynay, Sophie Cavoulacos (Moma, NY), Sophie Lamm, Stephen O’Malley, Sylvie Boulanger (CNEAI), Thomas Fort, Treize (Fanny Schulmann, Olga Rozenblum, Lætitia Paviani, Pascaline Morincôme, Mathis Collins and Gallien Déjean), Valérie Pihet (SPEAP - Sciences Po, Dingdingdong) and Yann Sérandour.

Hybrid Object: Peeping Tom’s Digest is both a magazine (ISSN #2103-351X)
and a book (ISBN #979-10-95226-00-0).
Disciplines: contemporary arts (and beyond)
Format: 210 x 245 mm + poster: 68 x 96 cm
Number of pages: 324 pages + poster
Weight: 611 gr
Language: French/English
Cover price: France: 20 € / Rest of the world: 18 £ approx. 20 € + shipping from our website.