Catalogue published by JRP Ringier on occasion of the exhibition, In Geneva No One Can Hear You Scream, organized by Marc Jancou at Blondeau Fine Art Services, Geneva.
Hardcover, 207 pages.
Content includes interviews by Kelly Woods with Adel Abdessemed, Carter, Steven Claydon, Michael Cline, Slawomir Elsner, Roe Ethridge, Dorota Jurczak, Justin Lieberman, Nick Lowe, David Noonan, Pietro Roccasalva, Ry Rocklen, Jim Shaw, Anj Smith, and Lucy Stein; a conversation between Adel Abdessemed, Marc Blondeau, and Marc Jancou; a work of fiction by Egidio Coccimiglio; and color images.
"Everywhere voices are raised: faced with the commodification of art, the streamlining of objects exhibited in international shows, the biennalization of the exhibition, and the star-status of the artist, practices based on the disruptive qualities of narration, failure, the weight of the unconscious and the repressed, burst out. This book, bringing together fifteen artists whose works range from painting to installation and sculpture to video, as well as a short story by Egidio Coccimiglio, is an attempt to map out this different sensibility-and a way to question the state of things, to address the current context, and, finally, to reclaim the art world. That it is edited by the young New York art dealer Marc Jancou and produced with the Geneva-based BFAS Blondeau Fine Art Services is more than a paradox: it is a sign that one can hear these voices loud and clear, from everywhere."
-Lionel Bovier, JRP Ringier
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