Published by Centre Pompidou, 2022
Hardcover, 300 pages
8.5 x 12.5 in
Text by Laura Hoptman and interview by Jean-Pierre Criqui
From the publisher:
Internationally celebrated for her large-scale drawings, cast and carved sculptures, and site-specific installations, Paris-based Italian artist Tatiana Trouvé (born 1968) explores the relationship between memory and material. highlighting the passage of time against the remarkable endurance of common objects. Since the mid-1990s she has been in the forefront of European artists renewing the genres of sculpture and installation.
Published for a major 2022 exhibition at the Centre Pompidou in Paris, this handsomely designed volume spans the artist's work in sculpture, installation and drawing, including 250 previously unpublished drawings from the 1990 up to the present, ranging from drawings on canvas to wall pieces, drawings executed on curtains and more. The book also features a text by Laura Hoptman, director of the Drawing Center in New York, and an interview by Jean-Pierre Criqui, Centre Pompidou curator and art critic.