Martine ABALLÉA, Damien CADIO, William KENTRIDGE, Yves KLEIN, Florian KREWER, Bertrand LAVIER, Théo MERCIER, Annette MESSAGER, Antonio OBA, Eric POITEVIN, Laure PROUVOST, Martial RAYSSE, Ser SERPAS, Morgane TSCHIEMBER, Felice VARINI
Dilecta presents on its booth an overview of its limited editions in line with the diversity of its collaborations: prints, sculptures and photos are so many techniques which refer to Dilecta’s primary activity as a publishing house and gallery.
More specifically, it shows a selection of prints. On one hand, the ones produced in collaboration with the Bourse de Commerce–collection Pinault: an edition by Antonio Oba, released at the beginning of this year, another one by Florian Krewer and a last one by Ser Serpas. On the other hand, recent limited editions made after original artworks by Yves Klein and certified by his estate, one being a Triptych of monochromes.
They are viewed in parallel with a selection of enhanced editions, between Damien Cadio’s silkscreen-prints on acrylic painted backgrounds and Pierre Ardouvin’s photocollages manually enhanced with glitters.
A whole range of lithographs and other engravings complete this show: an artwork by Laure Prouvost is displayed alongside a Martial Raysse’s portrait, a piece by William Kentridge and the latest edition by Annette Messager in collaboration with the LaM.
Photographs by artists such as Martine Aballéa, Eric Poitevin or Valérie Belin are also exhibited.
Lastly, a focus is made on limited edition objects: the series “Ellipes” and “Cercles” [Circles] by Felice Varini, “Plantasia” by Théo Mercier, Bertrand Lavier’s “Walt Disney Productions” and Morgane Tschiember’s “Honey Drop”