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Paraguay Press (28 titles)
 
Paris
Originally the imprint of the Paris-based project space castillo/corrales (2007-2015), Paraguay is a non-profit organization devoted to developing a new vocabulary of words and actions through a program of publications, talks, exhibitions and workshops. The offices of Paraguay are located in the collectively-run space DOC, 26, rue du Docteur Potain, Paris 19th, and its activities are overseen by a group of artists, writers, graphic designers, and curators including Agathe Boulanger, Thomas Boutoux, Signe Frederiksen, Céline Gay, Joachim Hamou, Jules Lagrange, François Piron, Lucas Roussel and Roman Seban.
 
English edition
forthcoming
In this book, the 1923 manifesto “Active Art” by Latvian philosopher Andrejs Kurcijs triggers a series of responses by writers, artists and curators on the notion of activism, past and present: art for political purposes, art for its own purpose or art with no purpose.

English edition
forthcoming
Catalogue.

bilingual edition (English / French)
This book traces this evolution of Laura Lamiel's work. It presents a chronology of her exhibitions from the last 20 years alongside an anthology of critical writings, a previously unpublished interview with the artist and two original essays that offer a new analysis of her work.

English edition
Monograph / artist's book.

French edition
Monograph / artist's book.

trilingual edition (English / Flemish / French)
Publication devoted to the only statement the Belgian artist has ever published about his own work.

bilingual edition (English / French)
A publication conceived by Portugese artist Francisco Tropa in collaboration with writer Thomas Boutoux and graphic designer Pedro Falcão, which adopts the form of magazine one flips  through in bars or in waiting rooms. A true/false weekly style magazine with refined imagery printed on glossy paper, The Mustache Hidden in the Beard is dedicated to cultural and scientific topics, design, life styles but also real estate through a series of cutting, quirky articles, investigations, portraits and reports.

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The 10th issue of Nazi Knife takes the form of a vast album covering a dozen iconographic sequences of unclassifiable aesthetics.

English edition
Edited by artist Joachim Hamou, this publication offers a current analysis of the similar issued shared by the fields of contemporary art and of the performing arts, through essays, interviews, and an unpublished play by British artist Cally Spooner.

English edition
First publication to gathers all theatrical works by artist Guy de Cointet, written between 1973 and 1983. 25 plays, published with an explanatory apparatus and numerous documents from the de Cointet Estate at the Centre Pompidou's Kandinsky Library.

bilingual edition (English / French)
Publication based on the eponymous film by Etienne Chambaud and Vincent Normand in which the authors develop the concept of the “Decapitated Museum.” The voice-over in the film has been made into a one-edition book, which was rephotographed according to the technique the authors used to make the film. The outcome is a photography book that is as much a text document than an imaginary scene.

French edition
First publication to gathers all theatrical works by artist Guy de Cointet, written between 1973 and 1983. 25 plays, published with an explanatory apparatus and numerous documents from the de Cointet Estate at the Centre Pompidou's Kandinsky Library.

bilingual edition (English / French)
Two-volume catalogue of the Fifth Rennes Biennal (France): twenty-nine international artists were invited to construct an exhibition based on the particular issue of shaping emotions in a world which formulates them in terms of markets.

English edition
This catalogue examines the role of the Museion Bolzano in the urban environment of Bolzano city in Italy by looking back at the museum's history and mission from the perspective of artists in all disciplines: architects, filmmakers, performers, musicians, composers, etc. These are joined by a number of major historical works that have inspired the exhibition throughout its conception and helped our understanding of museographic history.

English edition
An anthology of texts by the artist.

bilingual edition (English / French)
First monograph / artist's book.

English edition
A picture book edited by English artist Camilla Wills, with a dozen of contributions by international artists.

English edition
New and historical texts by artists, writers and cultural agents that ballades amongst the themes of seduction, glamour and politics.

English edition
A comprehensive survey of mangelos' art across all mediums, this book includes three essays which renew the interpretation of his art and its context. It offers a particular focus on his early work and notebooks, which are extensively reproduced for the first time.

French edition
As much adventure novel as catalogue raisonné, this book tells the fabulous pedagogical and artistic experience of the studio Pensée nomade, chose imprimée (Nomadic thought, Printed matter) led from 1989 to 2013 at the Bordeaux School of Fine Arts in France by Michel Aphesbero & Danielle Colomine (4taxis), and Jean Calens.

bilingual edition (English / French)
New monograph.

bilingual edition (English / French)
Artist's book: the last part of a complex project initiated in 2010—an exploration of the intimate legacies of Sun Ra's peculiar body of work (texts by Diedrich Diederichsen, Anthony Elms, J. Griffith Rollefson...).

English edition
A theater play in two acts (the fifth book by Swedish artist and poet Karl Larsson).

French edition
temporarily out of stock
A subjective selection by Lisa Robertson and Matthew Stadler of annotated texts by various authors (Edmund Burke, Frantz Fanon, Louise Michel, Donna Haraway, Oscar Tuazon...) about revolution.

English edition
temporarily out of stock
An artist's book that renews the genre of the travel guide.

bilingual edition (English / German)
A book based on American experimental filmmaker Owen Land's last movie.

texts in English, Spanish and French
Eleven performance-based projects by Dora García, documented through letters, emails and other elements from the artist's private correspondence with various interpreters of performances, whether they were direct collaborators of simple spectators.

English edition
in project
A subjective lexicon, proposing keywords for contemporary publishers and book freaks.