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Legendary French Art journal Cahiers d’Art, launched in 1926, covered some of the most critical art movements of the early 20th-century, featuring the likes of Picasso, Matisse, Braque, Léger, Ernst, Arp, Calder, and Giacometti, amongst others. Many renowned modernist artists, such as Marcel Duchamp and Joan Miro designed original covers for the biannual magazine.
In 2012 Cahiers d’Art relaunched the publication. This spring, the second issue since the relaunch was released with a focus on Rosemarie Trockel, her work gracing the cover. The issue also incorporates the work of Peter Fischli and David Weiss, Le Corbusier, Inge Mahn, Absalon, and Riccardo Paratore.
A special exhibition of Trockel’s work was on view March 28–May 17 at Cahiers d’Art‘s gallery spaces in Paris, at 14-15 rue du dragon in Saint-Germain-des-Près. The exhibition featured 15 mixed media works from Trockel, including her latest series created from stretched black yarn. Also included were collages and prints from her earlier body of work.
An exclusive number of 75 signed editions in French and English areavailable with a rare vinyl print in each copy.