1st edition - 2011

International Art Book and Film Festival

Program

Download the complete program here

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Prize list

African art book award and

Great Prize of the jury 2011

African Lace - A History of Trade,

Creativity and Fashion in Nigeria
Nath Mayo Adedirant and Barbara

Plankensteiner, Snoeck, Austria, 2010

 

 

 


Book award for the Architecture category

CCCP - Cosmic Communist 

Constructions Photographed 
Frédéric Chaubin, Taschen, Germany/France 2011

 

 


Book award for the Modern art category
Gérard Gasiorowski - Recommencer,

commencer de nouveau la peinture 
collective, Hajte Cantz, France / Germany, 2010

 

Book's award for the Contemporary art
Bernard Dufour

Fabrice Hergott. Éditions de la Différence, France, 2010

 

 

 

 


Book's award for the Fine Arts category

Jacob Van Loo, 1614 - 1670
David Mandrella, Arthena, France, 2011

 

Book's award about an art collection

Art and Activism: Projects of John

and Dominique de Menil
Laureen Schipsi and Josef Helfenstein, 

Éditions Laureen Schipsi & Josef Helfenstein /

The Menil Collection, United States, 2010

 

Book's award for the 19th-century art book
Jean-Léon Gerôme

Laurence des Cars, Édouard Papet and 

Dominique de Font-Réaulx, Skira / 

Flammarion, United States / France, 2010

 

Book's award for the photography category
Fénautrigues

Jean-Luc Moulène and Marc Touitou,

éditions de La Table Ronde, France, 2010

 

Book's award for the cinema category

Opération Dragon de Robert Clouse
Bernard Benoliel, Yellow Now, Belgium, 2010

 

Book's award for the youth category

Animaux à mimer
Alexandre Rodtchenko and Serguei Mikhaïlovitch

Tretiakov, Memo, Russia/ France, 2010

 

Book's Award for the design category
Campana Brothers, Complete Works (So Far)

collective, Rizzoli /  Albion, United States. 2010

 

Prize of honour

Jean-Paul Boucheny

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Guests of Honour
Yves Michaud
Yves Michaud

In Perpignan to lead a conference about cooking as an art, he is an art specialist, critic, and theorist. He is the author, among others, of books of references, translated in several languages, such as Critères esthétiques et jugement de goût ou L'art à l'état gazeux.

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Ferran Adria

He began to be interested in cooking in 1980 while he worked as a diver in a hostel in Ibiza. After a formation based on Catalan cooking, he became one of the proponents of molecular cooking by keeping the flavors of traditional cooking. Today considered one of the best Chefs in the world, he is the famous chef of the restaurant El Bulli at Montjoi (Costa Brava, Espagne). 

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Werner Hofman
Werner Hofman

He was one of the last representatives of the Art School of Vienne. From 1962 to 1969, he leads the Museum of the 20th Century in Vienne and then became the honorary director of the Kunsthalle of Hambourg from 1969 to 1990.​

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Jean-Paul Boucheny
Jean-Paul Boucheny

He produces the TV show L'Art et la Manière which offers a panorama of contemporary creations, under the form of 26 minutes documentaries which do the portraits of contemporary artists, whether they are visual artists, architects, painters, photographs or designers.

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Matali Crasset
Matali Crasset

Industrial designer by formation, she questions in her work the evidence of the codes that govern our daily life in order to better free ourselves from them and experiment. She also develops new typologies articulated around principles such as modularity, appropriation, flexibility, and network. She collaborates with eclectic universes, going from artisanal to electronic music, from the textile industry to Fairtrade.​

© Grégoire Eloy