Julien Fronsacq — Atrocity Exhibition Archive Paradoxe ( J.G. Ballard)

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“Atrocity Exhibition Archive Paradoxe – Déambulations dans La Foire aux atrocités” (“Atrocity Exhibition Archive Paradox”). ECAL – University of Art and Design Lausanne, 2014. 4to (24 x 31 cm) in original hardcover, no jacket as issued. 96 pages, illustrated throughout. Light surface marks to cover else clean and fine

Awarded at The Most Beautiful Swiss Books 2013

A guide for J. G. Ballard’s The Atrocity Exhibition, between human sciences and science fiction, between the history of art and the medicine including reproductions of 20s pulps and of 60s independent magazines. This book is designed in the style of a guide for The Atrocity Exhibition, the novel published in 1969 in which James Graham Ballard deploys a singular space where juxtapose a “concrete area”, a “exhibition hall”, a “picture (board)-sculpture”, a “street of Saigon”, etc. Atrocity Exhibition Archive Paradoxe is between human sciences and science fiction, between history of art and medicine. A plural iconography leans on the incredible collection of documents of Maison d’Ailleurs, which includes in particular periodicals going from 20s pulps to the 60’s independant magazines.Texts by Alexis Georgacopoulos, Stéphanie Moisdon, Luc Bergeron, Julien Fronsacq, Andreas Hochuli, Gallien Déjean, Frédéric Jaccaud, Marc Atallah, Brigitte Aubry, Andreas Hochuli, Matthias Sohr. Graphic design: Maximage (David Keshavjee, Julien Tavelli, Guy Meldem and Andreas Koller

Julien Fronsacq — Atrocity Exhibition Archive Paradoxe ( J.G. Ballard)

245,00 kr.

In stock