Magiciens de la Terre, Jean-Hubert Martin
First edition, May 1989
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At the Centre Pompidou and the Grande Halle de la Villette, from 18 May to 14 August 1989, the monumental exhibition: Magiciens de la terre surprised audiences and the critics, museums and the market. In a contemporary art world then limited to the borders of Europe and North America, Jean-Hubert Martin, its curator, had invited artists from all continents, spotted one by one during long field missions carried out over many years in search of practices rooted in ancestral cultures, resistant to post-colonialism, in the fight against totalitarianism and, above all, curious about the emerging global expansion. There they met other curious people: some Western artists, although perfectly integrated into the mainstream networks, but driven by the need for intercultural dialogue. The latter produced works that would resonate with the singular energy and the unprecedented shock that would be triggered by those of these "new artists" who had, until then, been "invisible". A pioneering initiative, Magiciens de la terre was soon perceived as innovative.
Magiciens de la Terre, (edited by) Jean-Hubert Martin, very good (only some signs of wear on the dust jacket and some light foxing. Furthermore, the book is as good as new).
Editions du Centre Pompidou, Paris, may 1989, first edtion, hardcover (bound in linen cover with dust jacket), 36,5 x 29,4 x 2,8 cm, 272 pages
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