Professor Sarah Wilson


The Courtauld Institute of Art

Somerset House

Strand

London WC2R 0RN

+44 (0)20 8 983 37 38

sarah.wilson@courtauld.ac.uk

Courtauld academic staff webpage

The Courtauld Institute of Art, Paris-IV Sorbonne, PhD, MA… > see academic...


Royal Academy of Art, Guggenheim Bilbao, Whitechapel Art Gallery, Ludwig Museum, Centre Georges Pompidou, Guangzhou Triennale… > see curatorial...


Henri Matisse, Francis Picabia, Jean Fautrier, Pablo Picasso, Pierre Klossowski,  Gaston Chaissac, Max Ernst, Jean-François Lyotard, Jacques Monory, Gilles Deleuze, Louis Althusser, Boris Taslitzky, Alina Szapocznikow, ORLAN, Sheila Hicks, Judit Reigl, Niki de Saint Phalle, Olga Chernysheva… > see publications...


AICA, Calvert 22, Academia.edu, Wikipedia… > see links...


Les Immatériaux, Picasso Dalí, Judit Reigl, Métamatic… > see videos...


Index of artists & philosophers in publications… > see index...


Illustrated bibliography in pdf format… > donwload pdf

Sarah Wilson is an art historian, curator and writer. Her global art interests are informed by specialism in postwar and Cold War Europe and the USSR. In 2015, she was co-curator and curator for the academic forum of the 1st Asian Biennale / 5th Guangzhou Triennale, Guanzhou, China.

She was educated at the University of Oxford (English Literature) and at the Courtauld where she took her MA and Ph.D degrees. In 1997 she was awarded the title Chevalier des Arts et des Lettres for services to French art and culture. In 2015 she was the recipient of International Association of Art Critics’ Award for Distinguished Contribution to Art Criticism. She was Head of the Modern and Contemporary Department at the Courtauld from 2005-Spring 2008 and Head of Graduate Diploma programmes, 2014-2015.

Former students are a source of particular pride. They now have prominent positions in academia, museums and galleries all over the world: in Britain, Tate, the National Portrait Gallery, Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, British Council, London galleries such as the Hauser and Wirth, Timothy Taylor and White Cube; beyond Britain, the Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College; the Phoenix Museum of Art; in Europe: the French Ministry of Culture, the Kunsthalle, Bremen; at the Universities of London, Cambridge, Bristol, Amsterdam and Grenoble. Sarah Wilson is actively involved with Courtauld alumni and in 2014 collaborated with current PhD students, co-curating ‘Paper Museums, Moscow Conceptualism in transit’, (Southampton), and participating in the ‘Playground’, conference for the ‘Aspen magazine’, show, Wroclaw Contemporary Musem. She continutes to celebrate alumni’s curatorial achievements at the Venice Biennale — together with the Thessaloniki and Moscow Biennales in 2011, when she participated in the lauching of the French alumni group in Paris and Italian alumni group in Rome.

 

Academic      top of this page

 

Sarah Wilson’s global interests have expanded with her curatorial experiences and the ‘Asia Time’ theme of the 1st Asian Biennale / Fifth Guangzhou Triennale, 2015, invoking a richer East-West dialogue. In 2015 she gave talks in St Petersburg Florida, Paris, Ekaterinburg Leeds, Paris, Guangzhou, Geneva and London venues, and organised the international conference ‘Jean-François Lyotard, towards the virtual’ at the Courtauld for the precise 30th anniversary of the Centre Pompidou exhibtion. From 2012-2013 she held a chaire d’excellence at the University of Versailles Saint-Quentin, with a project ‘Globalisation before globalisation: avant-gardes, academies, revolutions’ and organised the ‘Network Beaux-Arts, going global’ conference held in Paris and London: a continuing project. In 2010-11, with Mellon Professor Boris Groys (New York University) Sarah Wilson initiated the MA course, ‘Global Conceptualism’, which links Anglo-american conceptual art and European lineages stemming from Mallarmé, Duchamp and structural linguistics, with conceptual art practices originating in Moscow or taken up beyond the ‘first’, world. She was appointed to the International Advisory Boards the European University of Saint Petersburg (Department of Art History). She continues to take an active role in CCRAC, the Cambridge-Courtauld Russian Art Centre and works actively with Calvert 22 which reaches out to Russia and Eastern Europe, and with Pushkin House in London.

Sarah Wilson also lectures and teaches in Paris. In 2006-7 she introduced an art history strand to final year students at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts. Invited Professor at Paris-IV Sorbonne for the academic years 2002-4, she shared responsibilities with Serge Lemoine (former director of the Musée d’Orsay), and produced a report commissioned by the French Minister for Research on the Institut National d’Histoire de l’Art.

At the Courtauld, the doctoral and MA theses Sarah Wilson has supervised over the years now constitute a unique English-language archive in the field of post-1945 European and Soviet/Russian art history, many leading to important publications. Previous MA courses include ‘Towards contemporary art, Postmodernism and Postcommunism in Europe and beyond’, (2005-9) and ‘Intellectual Revolution, Art and theory in France after 1958.’, She initiated the study of performance art. Current BA courses include Beyond Black, Contemporary Art in Britain Now’, and ‘From Mallarmé to Matisse: texts and contexts.’, She has been responsible for introducing works by several contemporary artists to the Courtauld’s East Wing Collection, (orginated by the late Joshua Compston) and is involved in its year-long video, film and talks programmes. Her commitment to women artists has meant that Zofia Kulik and Alina Szapocznikow, for example, were exhibited at the Courtauld prior to their international prominence. She believes strongly in working with living artists and their archives.

Sarah Wilson has supervised 27 doctoral theses and well over 150 MA dissertations.


Artists & philosophers > see index...    top of this page

Valerio Adami, Natalie Adamson, Gilles Aillaud, Louis Althusser, Roberto Alvarez-Rios, Arman, Recalcati Antonio, Louis Aragon, Edouardo Arroyo, Antonin Artaud, Assia, Evelyne Axell, Franko B., Francis Bacon, Myriam Bat-Yosef, Jean Baudrillard, Roland Barthes, Henri Bergson, William Blake, Maurice Blanchot, Eric Boulatov, Pierre Bourdieu, Fernand Braudel, Pierre Buraglio, Alexander de Cadenet, Gaston Chaissac, Henry-Claude Cousseau, Leonardo Cremonini, Henri Cueco, Pip Culbert, Giles Deleuze, Jacques Derrida, Gabriel Dubois, Marcel Duchamp, Raoul Dufy, John Dugger, Erró, Max Ernst, Lucio Fanti, Jean Fautrier, Yevgeniy Fiks, Lucien Fleury, Bruno Foucart, Michel Foucault, André Fougeron, Gabriel Fournier, Ruth Franckenab, Gérard Fromanger, William Gear, Jean Genet, Artemisia Gentileschi, Jochen Gerz, Alberto Giacometti, Stephen Gilbert, Boris Groys, Francis Gruber, Félix Guattari, Jean Hélion, Nicholas Hewitt, Hessie, Sheila Hicks, Ivon Hitchens, Michel Journiac, Lucia Joyce, Tadeusz Kantor, Peter Klasen, Yves Kleinab, Pierre Klossowski, Alexandre Kojève, Josef Kosuth, György Kovásznai, Zofia Kulikab, Oleg Kulik, Marie-Anne Lansiaux, Charles Lapicque, Robert Lapoujade, Jean-Claude Latil, Le Corbusier, Fernand Léger, Nadia Khodossievitch Léger, Tilly Losch, Liliane Lijn, Jean-François Lyotard, Malassis, Émile Mâle, André Malraux, Karl Marx, Raymond Mason, André Masson, Henri Matisse, Mireille Miailhe, Joan Miró, Jacques Monory, Marlow Moss, Willi Münzenberg, Libero Nardone, Reem Nazir, ORLAN, Francis Picabia, Pablo Picasso, Edouard Pignon, Duncan Phillips, Victor Pivovarov, Alexander Ponomarev, Bernard Rancillac, Judit Reigl, Rembrandt, Germaine Richier, Hans Richter, Fabio Rieti, Robert Sainsbury, Niki de Saint Phalle, Valentine de Saint-Point, Jean-Paul Sartre, Kurt Schwitters, Amrita Sher-Gil, Yinka Shonibare, Adrien Sina, Alina Szapocznikow, Boris Taslitzky, Jean Tinguely, Paule Vézelay, Dina Vierny, Andrzej Wrona


Curated projects
at the Courtauld, 2013-15
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  Courtauld Frieze Week Lecture: Mark Gisbourne ‘Why Berlin?’, 17 November 2015   > follow this link...

‘Les Immatériaux: towards the virtual with J.-F. Lyotard’, international conference. The Courtauld Institute of Art, London, 27-28 March 2015   > follow this link...

Susan Hiller & Amikam Toren in conversation with Sarah Wilson, 4 November 2014

Revolutionary Pop Art: György Kovásznai in Hungary (UK première, film screening), 13 June 2014

  Yevgeniy Fiks with actor Ben Cottom: ‘Queer issues: can a homosexual be a member of the Communist Party?’, 5 March 2014   > follow this link...

Josef Kosuth with curator Katalin Keresu 6 Feb 2014: ‘Zeno At The Edge Of The Known World’: a revisiting of the first ‘pavilion crossover’, at the 1996 Venice Biennale, in the aftermath of the Balkan conflict   > follow this link...

Sheila Hicks with Sarah Wilson, Courtauld Bubbly breakfast, Frieze week, 19 October 2013: a fête du fil in front of Sheila Hicks’s historic 1975 drape hanging in the staircase with   > follow this link...

Yesenia Trobbiano’s performative ‘white feast’   > follow this link...


Curatorial      top of this page


 

2014     top of this page


  ‘Paper Museums, Moscow Conceptualism in transit’ (with PhD student Elizaveta Butakhova) the John Hansard Gallery, University of Southampton     > see documentation...

2013     top of this page


Jean-François Lyotard and Jacques Monory: Screens, Space Studio & the Institut Français, London, co-curator with Paul Pieroni, principal lender     > see exhibition...

2005-2007     top of this page


  Pierre Klossowski retrospective exhibition with Antony Spira (in house curator); toured to Ludwig Museum, Cologne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris     > see exhibition...

The Vicious Circle with Adrien Sina, with Antony Spira, connecting Pierre Klossowski to Hans Bellmer (shown in parallel at the Whitechapel no catalogue). Selected by Daniel Birnbaum for Artforum’s ‘Best of 2006’     > see exhibition...


  Daniel Birnbaum, review, ‘The Vicious Circle’, Artforum Best of 2006, p. 270     > read this text...


2000-2002     top of this page


Paris, Capital of the Arts, 1900-1968; principal curator, Royal Academy of Art with Norman Rosenthal (in house curator) toured to Guggenheim Museum Bilbao. Directed catalgoue in English, French, German and Spanish editions. Bilbao version featured in the Art Newspaper’s top ten shows of 2002     > read this text...


Paris, Capital of the Arts, 1900-1968, Royal Academy of Art. 26 January – 19 April 2002


  Exhibition review by Paul Webster. ‘Paris: Capital of the arts - State of the Art’, pp. 28-33
Exhibition review by James Hyman. ‘Paris: Capital of the arts - A Shot in the Arm’, pp. 34-37
Paris from the avant garde to the barricades, Art of the Floating World, The Royal Academy Magazine, number 73, Winter 2001     > read this text...



Paris, Capital of the Arts, 1900-1968, Guggenheim Bilbao. 28 May 2002 – 3 September 2002



1995-7     top of this page


  ‘A New World 1947/1957/1967’ Musée des Beaux-Arts, Montreal (co-curated with Pierre Theberge, project unrealised)


1993-5     top of this page


  Féminin-masculin, le sexe de l’art, Centre Pompidou, Paris (dir. Marie-Laure Bernadac) Comité scientifique     > read this text...

1992     top of this page


L’Âme au corps, arts et sciences, 1792-1992, Grand Palais, Paris, (dir. Jean Clair) Comité scientifique


1985-6    top of this page


Curator, English section, La Planète Affolée, Surrealisme, dispersion et influences 1938-1947, (dir. Germain Viatte), La Vieille Charité, Marseilles     > read this text...


1983-4     top of this page


Raoul Dufy, London, Hayward Gallery, co-curator with Bryan Robertson     > read this text...

1982     top of this page


Aftermath, France 1945-1954, London, Barbican Art Gallery, in-house curator (dir. Germain Viatte) contributed to edited and translated catalogue     > read this text...

1981     top of this page



Paris-Paris, Créations en France, 1937-1957, Paris, Centre Georges Pompidou, (dir. Germain Viatte), assistant and major contributor to catalogue     > read this text...


Throughout her career Sarah Wilson has worked with intellectuals and curators and artists from Europe, contributing to several Centre Pompidou catalogues following Paris-Paris, including Max Ernst (1992), Kurt Schwitters, (1994, and IVAM Valencia 1995, text used for Schwitters, Gateshead, Baltic, 1999), Face à l’histoire, Fémininmasculin – le Sexe de l’art, (1996, text used for Gender Performance in Photography, New York Guggenheim Soho, 1997), Beaubourg, La Trentaine (2007), Traces du Sacré (2008), Voids (2009) etc. 


 



 

Publications      top of this page

  

Forthcoming

  

  Le monde visuel de la French Theory. Figurations, Dijon, Les Presses du Réel


‘A gentle maoiste: Daniel Dezeuze’, Art, Global Maoism and the Chinese Cultural Revolution, Jacopo Galimberti, Noemi de Haro-Garcia  and Victoria H. F. Scott

‘Extravagant reinventions, Fahrelnissa Zeid in Paris’,  Fahrelnissa Zeid, London, Tate.

Incendiaires et pompiers: Picabia, les lettristes et autres néo-dadas 1946-1956, in Fabrice Flahutez, Julia Drost and Frédéric Alix eds., Le Lettrisme et son temps, Dijon, Presses du Réel

‘Writing the disaster: Trauma and reconstruction in postwar France’, in Eckhart Gillen, Peter Weibel eds., Facing the Future, Art in Europe, 1945-1968, Pushkin Museum, Moscow



Published


2017     top of this page


  ‘In the heat of the Cold War, 1945-1977’, War & Art, Joanna Burke ed. London, Reaktion Books, pp. 129-168   > read this text...

  ‘Débandade à la française, les Malassis et leurs rivaux’, L’esprit français — contrecultures en France, 1969-1989, Paris, La Maison Rouge, pp. 48-59   > read this text...

  ‘Cry havoc! Adel Absessemed’s Bristow’, Hannah Barry, Donatien Grau, Hans-Ulrich Obrist eds., Adel Abdessemed, Bristow, London, Bold Tendencies, pp. 113-125   > read this text...



2016     top of this page


  ‘Hasty,  gross and scornful? André Fougeron’s Atlantic Civilisation, 1953’,  in Kunst und Politik. Jahrbuch der Guernica-Gesellschaft, Band 18/2016,  special number (Andrew Hemingway ed.,) ‘Hauptwerke politischer Kunst im 20 Jahrhundert. Icons of 20th-Century Political Art’, pp. 71-83   > read this text...


  ‘A Dying Colonialism, A Dying Orientalism: Algeria, 1952’, Jérôme Bazin, Pascal Doubourg Glatiny and Piotr Piotrowski eds., Art beyond Borders in Communist Europe (1945-11989), Leipzig Studies on the History and Culture of East-Central Europe, vol. III, Budapest and New York, Central European University Press, Chapter 32, pp. 423-437   > read this text...

  ‘La jeune peinture nous appèle’, Pierre Basset ed., Les insoumis de l’art moderne, Paris, Musée Mendjinksy - Écoles de Paris,  pp. 7-12   > read this text...

  ‘Bernard Buffet, le peintre sans ombres’, Rétrospective Bernard Buffet, Musée d’art moderne de la Ville de Paris / Paris-Musées, pp. 92-95   > read this text...

  ‘Picasso - Giacometti: "le réel au défi", Picasso /Giacometti, Paris, Musée Picasso/Flammarion,  pp. 54-61   > read this text...

  ‘New Images of Man. Postwar Humanism and its challenges in the West’, Okwui Enwezor ed., Postwar. Between the Pacific and the Atlantic, Munich, Haus der Kunst /Prestel (English and German versions), pp. 344-349   > read this text...

  ‘Writing the disaster: Trauma and reconstruction in postwar France’, in Eckhart.Gillen , Peter Weibel eds., Facing the Future, Art in Europe, 1945-1968, BozarBooks (Brussels), ZKM, Centre for Art and Media Karlsruhe (Tielt) Lanoo Publishers, Tielt, pp. 88-101   > read this text...

  ‘The Triumph of Forces: Fernand Léger and the Popular Front’, Fernand Léger. Painting in Space, Cologne Ludwig Museum,  Munich, Hirmer editions, pp. 158-163   > read this text...

  ‘Genius loci‘ czy europejski humanista? ‘Władysław Hasior: genius loci or European Humanist?’), Władysław Hasior, Zakopane, Tatra Muzeum, pp. 189-207   > read this text...

  ‘Kovásznai today’ preface, Brigitta Iványi-Bitter, Kovásznai, a Cold War Artist. Animation. Painting. Freedom, Budapest, Kovásznai Research Center Foundation 2016, pp. 12-13   > read this text...

  ‘Alberto Giacometti Yves Klein, In search of the Absolute’. Discussion including Sir Antony Gormley and Sarah Wilson. Gagosian, April 27 - June 17, 2016   > read this text...

  ‘Kiki Kogelnyk, Modern Art Oxford UK’, Artforum, January 2016, p. 238 (review)   > read this text...



2015     top of this page


  ‘Bain Brisé de Yann Marussich: La première fois pour toujours’ / ‘The first time and for all times’, Yann Marrussich, Experience of Immobility, Geneva, Compagnie Yann Marussich, pp. 51-56    > read this text...


  ‘Times of Transmission: cultures and constellations : Inferno and Paradise in East and West’, ‘Saleem Arif Quadri’, ‘curators biography’, Luo Yiping, ed., 1st Asia Biennal / 5th Guangzhou Triennal, Guangdong Museum of Art, Guangzhou, China pp. 60-67, 150-153, 242-3 (Chinese and English)    > read this text... 


  ‘Obituaries: Brian Sewell, O terpora, O mores!’, Courtauld News, issue no 38, Autumn / Winter 2015, p. 46   > read this text...


Amrita Sher-Gil & Boris Taslitzky. Passions, Portraits, Fictions. London, Sotheby’s publications     > read this text...
 

‘Children of Marx and Coca-Cola: Pop in a Divided World’. The EY Exhibition: The World Goes Pop, Flavia Frigeri and Jessica Morgan eds., Tate     > read this text...


‘Children of Marx and Coca-Cola’. The Guardian, Saturday 5 September 2015     > read this text...


Dark side of the moon: L’anti-broderie de Hessie’ in Émilie Bouvard et al., Hessie: Survival Art, 1969-2015, Paris, Galerie Arnaud Lefebvre     > read this text...


Sarah Wilson (‘The most intense experience with art’) in Hannah Berry, Donatien Grau eds., Merry Art, Hannah Barry Gallery, p. 145     > read this text...


 

2014     top of this page

 

‘Tirs, Tears, Richochets’, Camille Morineau ed., Niki de Saint Phalle 1930-2002, Centre Georges Pompidou / Réunion des Musées Nationaux, (Grand Palais), pp. 92-101, 359-360     > read this text...


‘John Dugger, Peoples’, Participation Pavilion, Documenta 5, Kassel, 1972’, SEARCH: Asia, the Opening Academic Conference of the 1st Asia Biennial, GDMoA, Guangzhou, Guangdong Museum of Art, pp. 164-189     > read this text...


‘A Dying Colonialism, a Dying Orientalism: ‘‘Algeria 1952’’’. Politics and the Individual in France 1930–1950. Jessica Wardhaugh, ed., Leeds, Legenda     > read this text...


‘Post-colonial Rococo: Yinka Shonibare MBE plays Fragonard’ in Melissa Hyde, Katie Scott eds. Rococo Echo: Art, Theory and Historiography, Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century, Oxford, Voltaire Foundation     > read this text...


‘“Des meilleurs ennemis au Jardin d’amour” : Art et artistes à Paris et à Londres’ in Diana Cooper-Richet & Michel Rapoport ed., Nos meilleurs ennemis : L’entente culturelle franco-britannique revisitée, Neuilly, Atlande, pp. 81-99     > read this text...


‘Comintern spin doctor’, Willi Münzenberg, STORIOGRAFIA - rivista annuale di storia, no 18, Rome, 2014, pp. 109-115     > read this text...


  ‘Klossowski our Contemporary’, foreword to Hervé Castanet, ‘Pierre Klossowski. The Pantomime of Spirits’, (with an interviw with Pierre Klossowski by Judith Miller), in J.B. Bullen ed., Cultural Interactions. Studies in the Relationship between the Arts, vol. 22, pp. ix-xxv     > read this text...

‘Klossowski, our contemporary’, preface to Hervé Castanet, Pierre Klossowski, the Pantomime of Spirits’, Oxford, Peter Lang. In Portuguese, Lisbon Belem Centre

‘Judit Reigl, of signs, of Men and of Angels’, Julia Fabéni ed., Judit Reigl, Emptiness and Ecstasy, Budapest, Ludwig Museum, (Hungarian and English), pp. 68-93     > read this text...


‘A very great sculptor: Germaine Richier’, Germaine Richier, New York, Dominique Lévy – Galerie Perrotin     > read this text...


‘“Délit de témoignage”: André Fougeron à travers un siècle’ in Bruno Gaudichon ed., André Fougeron. 1913-1998. Voilà qui fait problème vrai, Roubaix, La Piscine / Gourcoff Gradenigo, pp. 25-59     > read this text...

‘Heureux hasards conceptuels : Jacques Monory en Angleterre’ in Michel-Édouard Leclerc & Pascale Le Thorel ed., Jacques Monory, Landerneau, Fonds Hélène & Édouard Leclerc pour la Culture, pp. 106-110     > read this text...

  Pourquoi y a-t-il l’art plutôt que rien?, Raphaël Cuir ed., Paris, Archibooks, pp.  344-5     > read this text...


 

2013     top of this page


  Picasso/Marx and socialist realism in France, Liverpool, Liverpool University Press, 2013     > read this text...


‘Pêcher dans la rivière : the immanence of poetics’, Sheila Hicks, London, Alison Jacques Gallery     > read this text...


  ‘Bergson before Deleuze: how to read informel painting, Charlotte de Mille and John Mullarky eds., Bergson and the Art of Immanence: Painting, Photography, Film, Edinburgh, Edinburgh University Press, 2013     > read this text...

‘Loyalty and Blood. Picasso’s FBI File’ in Jonathan Harris and Richard Koeck eds., Picasso and the Politics of Visual Representation :War and Peace in the era of Cold War and since, Liverpool University Press, Tate Liverpool Critical Forum, pp. 110-124     > read this text...


‘Lyotard, Monory: Postmodern Romantics’, (in Herman Parret ed Jean-François Lyotard, Writing on Contemporary Art and Artists vol VI, L’assassinat de l’expérience par la peinture – Monory / The Assassination of Experience by Painting – Monory, Leuven, University of Leuven Press (updated version, bilingual), pp. 196-253     > read this text...


‘Contemporary Art and Long Histories. Malraux, Kojève, Braudel: Shifting the Quadrant to Asia’, Collected Papers of Asian Art Curators Forum, Guangzhou, Guangdong Museum of Art, pp. 83-89     > read this text...


‘Contemporary Art and Long Histories. Malraux, Kojève, Braudel: Shifting the Quadrant to Asia’, Asian Sensibilities and the Asian Experience: Collected Papers of Asian Art Curators’ Forum, Guangzhou, Guangdong Museum of Art, pp. 109-113. ‘Round table discussion’, pp. 382-389    > read this text...


‘Art, Artefact and Empire Thirty Glorious years in France’, Oxford Art Journal, volume 36, issue 2, 2013, pp. 310-312     > read this text...

‘The Expanded Seam; the Song of the Shirt’, Pip Culbert, Donc, Galerie Kamila Regent, Saignon-en-Luberon     > read this text...

‘Essay: Sarah Wilson, Kurt Schwitters in England’, Tate, 2013     > read this text...

 
 

2012     top of this page

    

‘Comintern spin doctor’ Willi Münzenberg, artiste en révolution, 1889-1940, 2008, English Historical Review, vol. CXXVII, 526, June 2012, pp. 662-668     > read this text...

  

‘French socialist realism, 1945-1970’, in Matthew Bown, Matteo Lafranconi (eds.) Socialist Realisms. Soviet Painting 1920-1970, Milan, Skira, 2012, pp. 247-253     > read this text...

  

‘French socialist realism, 1945-1970’, in Matthew Bown, Matteo Lafranconi (eds.) Socialist Realisms. Soviet Painting 1920-1970, Milan, Skira, 2012, pp. 247-253     > read this text...

  

‘Gabriel Dubois Signs and Times’, Unikat VI (Gabriel Dubois), Hamburg, René S. Spielburger Stiftung. (French and German versions)     > read this text...

  

‘Henry-Claude Cousseau: le style c’est l’homme’, in Emmanuel Saulnier and Isabelle d’Hauteville eds., Mêlanges en hommage à Henry-Claude Cousseau, Paris, Éditions du Regard, np     > read this text...

   

 

2011     top of this page

  

‘Silver Scales, Silver Ink, Quicksilver Traces: Lucia Joyce’; ‘Tilly Losch, reaching for intersubjective frontiers’ (with Adrien Sina) in Sina ed., Feminine Futures Performance Dance War Poltiics and Eroticism, Dijon, Presses du Réel, pp. 406-415, 416-418     > read this text...

  

‘Moscow Romantic exceptionalism : the suspension of disbelief’, Boris Groys ed., Moscow Symposium, Conceptualism revisited, e-flux journal, New York, Sternberg Press, pp. 102-123.     > read this text...

 

‘Moscow Romantic exceptionalism : the suspension of disbelief’, Boris Groys ed., Moscow Symposium, Conceptualism revisited , e-flux journal, New York, Sternberg Press, pp.102-123     > read this text...

 

‘Il realismo socialista francese, 1945-1970’, Realismi socialisti, Grande pittura sovietica 1920-1970, Rome, Palazzo della Espozione, (Milan, Skira), pp. 247-253     > read this text...

  

‘Ruth Francken. Photography rooted, uprooted’, Chantal Pontbriand ed., Mutations – Perspectives on Photography, Paris Photo / Steidl, pp. 350-3     > read this text...

  

‘Ruth Francken. Photographie enracinée, déracineée’, Chantal Pontbriand ed., Mutations – Perspectives sur la Photographie, Paris Photo / Steidl, pp. 350-3     > read this text...

  

‘Alina Szapocznikow in Paris: worlds in action and in retrospect’ in Agata Jakubowska ed., A Alina Szapocznikow Awkward Objects, Museum of Modern Art, Warsaw, pp. 211-228     > read this text...

  

‘Enluminures: representations de William Blake’, [Illuminations: Imagining William Blake’], La Revue de la BNU (Bibliothèque nationale et universitaire de Strasbourg), Autumn 2011, no 4, Esotérisme et Littérature, p 31-41     > read this text...

  

‘SW unleashed’, interview with Fiontan Bleau Moran, Death Becomes Her, 11, Surrealist Women, August 2011, np     > read this text...

  

‘Acrostic for Chaissac’, Gaston Chaissac, London, Connaught Brown 20 Oct -19 Nov np     > read this text...

  

‘One of a thousand ways to defeat entropy?’, One of a thousand ways to defeat entropy, (Arsenale Novissimo, Venice Biennale), London, AVC Charity Foundation, pp. 46-49     > read this text...

  

‘Lucio Fanti, le projet du futur’, Lucio Fanti, Peinture et Théâtre Paris, Thalia, pp. 48-68     > read this text...

  

‘Kantor’s art from informel to installation’ Kantor was here ed. Katarzyna Murawska- Muthesius, London, Black Dog Publishing, pp. 129-139.     > read this text...

  

‘Raymond Mason, a last Romantic?’ Sculpture Journal, vol 19. 2, 2011, pp. 248-254     > read this text...

  

Natalie Adamson, Painting, Politics and the struggle for the Ecole de Paris, 1944-1964, Farnham, Ashgate, 2009, (review). French Studies vol. LXV, 4, October 2011, pp. 557-8     > read this text...

  

Jill Carrick, Nouveau Réalisme, 1960s France and the Neo-avant-garde. Topographies of Chance and Return, Aldershot and Birmingham, Ashgate Publishing 2010 (review), H-France Review, vol. 11, 220 (October, 2011), pp. 1-4. Facilitated and contributed to E Buthakova text for Prigov retrospective Venice Biennale (Hermitage) 2011

 

 

2010     top of this page

  

The Visual World of French Theory: Figurations, Yale University Press, 272 pp     > read introduction...

                    > read review... by Tom Conley, Harvard University
                    > read review... by Tom Huhn, Art in America
                    > read review... by James Boaden, The Burlington Magazine
                    > read review... by Christopher Watkin, Art Newspaper

                    > order online... Yale University Press



 ‘Circumspice! Look around you!’, Alexander Ponomarev, Sea Stories, London, Calvert 22, pp, 34-37     > read this text...

  

‘Orlan: archipelago’ Orlan. A Hybrid body of Artworks, Simon Donger and Orlan eds. Routledge, pp. 119-123     > read this text...

  

‘Entretien avec Sarah Wilson’, Josette Rasle ed., Aragon et l’art moderne, Paris, Musée de la Poste / Éditions Beaux-Arts de Paris, pp. 23-29      > read this text...

  

‘Nadia Khodossievitch-Léger, la griffe du siècle’ La Patriote, Cote d’Azur, hors-serie, 1960-2010, Musée National Fernand Léger, 2010, pp. 17- 20

  

‘Nadia Léger, la griffe du siècle’ Hommage aux donateurs, Musée Fernand Léger, Biot      > read this text...

  

‘De Cadenet The Skull Portraits’, Alexander de Cadenet, Life-Force, London, Alexia Goethe Gallery, np     > read this text...

 

 

2009     top of this page

  

Matisse, Ediciones Poligrafa, Barcelona and associates, (English, American, French, German, Dutch, Japanese and Chinese editions) pp. 128.     > read this text...

  

‘Voids, palimpsests, kitsch: Paris before Klein’, Voids, Paris, Éditions du Centre Georges Pompidou, pp. 192-198 (English and French Éditions; Berne Kunsthalle, Voids, einer retrospektive)     > read this text...

  

‘Vides, palimpsests, kitsch: Paris avant Klein’, Vides, Paris, Éditions du Centre Georges Pompidou, pp. 192-198 (English and French Éditions; Berne Kunsthalle, Voids, einer retrospektive)     > read this text...

  

Giacometti in Fez’, Giacometti The Anxious Body, ed. Peter Read, Ashgate Press, pp. 209-226     > read this text...

  

‘Artaud, homo sacer’, Antonin Artaud, La Casa Encendida, Madrid, pp. 23-39     > read this text...

  

‘Francis Gruber: espace politique, espace eschatologique’, Francis Gruber, l’oeil à vif, Musée des Beaux-Arts, Nancy, pp. 65-76     > read this text...

  

‘Ponomarev: Sea Change’ Alexander Ponomarev: Subtiziano, Venice Biennale, 2009, (English and Russian)     > read this text...

  

‘Action Féminine: Valentine de Saint Point’ (with Adrien Sina), Tate Etc, Issue 16, Summer, pp. 44-46     > read this text...

  

‘Fromanger, Deleuze, Bacon : o pintor o modelo’, Gérard Fromanger. A Imaginação no Poder, Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil, Brasilia, pp. 20-27     > read this text...

  

‘How to make Europe dream? Le nouveau Londres européen et l’histoire de l’art’. Conference ‘Les Lettres les arts et les sciences dans l’Europe aujourd’hui, (Sinaïa, 2008), Penser l’Europe VIII, Bucarest, Fondation National pour la Science et l’Art     > read this text...

  

Pourquoi y a-t-il l’art plutôt que rien? Raphaël Cuir ed., Paris, Archibooks+Sautereau pp. 162-3     > read this text...

 

 

2008     top of this page

  

‘From Monuments to Fast Cars: aspects of Cold War art, 1946-57’Cold War Modern, London, Victoria and Albert Museum, 2008. pp. 26-32 (show toured to MART, Rovereto, and National Gallery of Art, Vilnius, 2009)     > read this text...

  

‘L’Homme douleureux’, Traces du Sacré, MNAM, Centre Georges Pompidou, p. 280 (show toured to Haus der Kunst, Munich, 2008-9)     > read this text...

  

‘La bataille des “humbles”? Communistes et Catholiques autour de l’art sacré’, Mélanges Bruno Foucart, Paris, Éditions Norma, pp. 3-21     > read this text...

  

‘The Sacred, the Profane and the Secret in the work of Niki de Saint Phalle’, Niki de Saint Phalle, Tate Liverpool, 2008, pp. 11-26     > read this text...

  

‘Looking towards History and the Future. Narrative Figuration at the Grand Palais’, Above magazine, fall, pp. 40-51     > read this text...

  

‘This is not Warhol’, Andy Warhol’s Interview, Courtauld News, December 2008    > read this text...

  Exhibition review: ‘Figuration Narrative’, (Grand Palais), The Burlington Magazine, no 1 1265, vol CL, August, 2008

  

Interview: ‘It’s about time’ [Alina Szapocznikow], pp. 13-16 with Rafaela Pearse Wheatley, On Time. The East Wing Collection VIII, London, Courtauld Institute, 2008     > read this text...

 

 

2007     top of this page

  

‘Politique et vanitas: Lucien Fleury et les Malassis’, Lucien Fleury 1928-2005, Musée des Beaux-Arts, Dole, pp. 10-43     > read this text...

  

‘The Song of Ruth’, Ruth Francken, Paris, Hôtel Drouot, Olivier Doutrebente, 20-21 September, 2007     > read this text...

  

‘Le renouveau et les enjeux politiques de l’art sacré après-guerre’, Ronchamp, l’exigence d’une rencontre, Le Corbusier et la chapelle Notre-Dame du Haut, colloque, Lyon, Fage éditions, pp. 85-93

  

‘Épiphanies et secrets’ Pierre Klossowski, Tableaux vivants, Paris, Éditions Gallimard / Centre Pompidou, pp. 27-42     > read this text...

  

‘Beaubourg, la passion, la transmission’ Beaubourg, la Trentaine, Paris, Éditions du Centre Georges Pompidou, pp. 566-568     > read this text...

  

‘Wild, wild, wild’Oleg Kulik. Nihil inhumanum a me alienum puto, Bielfield, Kerber, pp. 353     > read this text...

  

‘Wrona-en-Luberon’ (Polish sculptor) Andrzej Wrona, Cyrk figures de cirque et autres…., Galerie Kamila Regent, Saignon np     > read this text...

 

 

2006     top of this page

  

  ‘Pierre Klossowski, epiphanies and secrets’, Pierre Klossowski, ed. Sarah Wilson, Whitechapel Art Gallery and Hatje Cantz, pp. 13-29     > read this text...

‘Germaine Richier, disquieting matriarch’ Sculpture Journal, December, pp. 51-70     > read this text...

  

‘Narrative Figuration: théorie, politique, passions’ La Nouvelle figuration dans les collections publiques, (1964-1977) Paris, Éditions Somogy, pp. 33-39     > read this text...

  

‘La mémoire longue, la mémoire courte,’ Boris Taslitzky, l’arme du dessin’ Paris, Musée d’Art et d’Histoire du Judaisme, pp. 44-47 

  

‘Fantasmagorii Fanti’, Sobranie 3, pp. 22-25 (Moscow), special number on‘The Megapolis and its visual image in past and present’    > read this text...

  

‘Liliane Lijn: body, line, fire’, Liliane Lijn, Austin Desmond Fine Art, np     > read this text...

‘Poststructuralism’, Companion to Contemporary Art since 1945, ed. Amelia Jones, Oxford, 2005 Blackwell Companions to Art History, pp. 424-449     > read this text...

 

 

2005     top of this page

     

‘Rites of Passage: Myriam Bat-Yosef and Performance’, Myriam Bat-Yosef, Paintings Objects, Performances, ed. Fabrice Pascaud, Paris, Éditions Somogy (bilingual), pp. 92-107     > read this text...

  

Review of Les écrits d’artistes depuis 1940, Archives de la Critique d’Art, 11, p. 23 

  

Adrien Sina, Archaeology of Desire, T1+2 artspace     > read this text...

   

 

2004     top of this page

  

‘Zofia Kulik, from Warsaw to Cyberia’, Zofia Kulik: From Siberia to Cyberia, pp. 88-108     > read this text...

  

‘A German artist in Coventry: Jochen Gerz, The Future Monument, The Public Bench’ Vivian Lovell ed., ‘The Phoenix Project’ London, Black Dog Publishing, pp. 84-99     > read this text...

  

‘Artiste, Muse et l’égerie Russe? L’Histoire extraordinare de Nadia Khodassievitch Léger, Fernard Léger’, Musée des Beaux-Arts, Lyons, pp. 89-98     > read this text...

  

‘Ruths Gesang’ / ‘The Song of Ruth’, Ruth Francken, Sprengel Museum, Hannover (bilingual), np     > read this text...

  

‘Axell: One+One’ Evelyne Axell, from Pop Art to Paradise, Paris, Éditions Somogy, (bilingual) pp. 23-40     > read this text...

  

‘Les Amazones en proverbe’ Erró, Galerie Louis Carré, Paris (bilingual) pp. 5-11     > read this text...

  

  Joan Miró: La Naissance du monde au Centre Georges Pompidou, Les Lettres Françaises, nouvelle série, 1, 19 March, 2004     > read this text...

  

‘High Society’, Material, curated by Nick Aikens and Alexander Hoda, Next New Artists, London     > read this text...

‘Deep in the Heart of Paris’ (Raymond Mason), Times Literary Supplement, April, Next New Art, preface, (Courtauld ex-student initiative for Frieze) 

 

 

2003     top of this page

  

Editor’s preface, Pierre Klossowski, Decadence of the Nude, Maurice Blanchot, Laughter of the Gods, ed. Sarah Wilson, Revisions, Black Dog Publishing, London, pp. 15-31     > read this text...

  

Cocktail Rancillac /Rancillac Cocktail’, Bernard Rancillac, Paris, Éditions Somogy pp. 8-49     > read this text...

  

‘The Visual Arts’, The Cambridge Companion to Modern French Culture, ed. Nicholas Hewitt, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, pp. 290-318     > read this text...

  

‘Inzest, Travestismus, Maskerade. Zu den Performances und Installationen von Michel Journiac’, Mannlichkeit als Maskerade. Gender Studien mit blick auf‘den’ Mann, ed. Claudia Benthien, Berlin, pp. 128-153     > read this text...

  

‘Axell. Erotomobiles’, Axell, Mayor Gallery, London

  

‘Wild, wild, wild’, Oleg Kulik, Memento Mori, White Space Gallery, London, np     > read this text...

 

 

2002     top of this page

  

‘Introduction’, ‘Saint-Germain-des-Prés: from Occupation to Reconstruction’, ‘Towards the Latin Quarter: France in the 1960s, Paris, Capital of the Arts, 1900-1968, ed. Sarah Wilson, London, Royal Academy of Arts, pp. 12-25, 236-249, 243-245, 330-343; Guggenheim, Bilbao, Spanish hardback edition; Libraire Hachette French hardback edition, Du Mont Verlag, German hardback edition (principal author and editor)     > read this text...


 
 

2001     top of this page

  

‘Zofia Kulik, from Warsaw to Cyberia’, Centropa, vol. 1, 3, Sept, pp. 233-244     > read this text...

  

Libero Nardone, Assia, and Dina Vierny for the Dictionary of Artists’ Models, London, Fitzroy Dearborn, 1997, pp. 391-394, 548-552     > read this text...

  

‘Haute surveillance, Haute couture’, Franko B. Oh Lover boy, London, Black Dog Publishing     > read this text...

  

‘Matisse’, Historia Universal de la Pintura vol. 10, Madrid, Plagwerg Editores


  ‘Modernist art. Tam-Tam in the Urban Jungle: avant-garde. The Parisian avant-garde view of Blacks in the 1920s and 30s’. Joséphine Baker (Negrophilia). The Art Newspaper, April 2001     > read this text...

 

‘Monsieur Venus: Michel Journiac and Love’: Art and Sexuality: The Manifestations of Venus, ed. Katie Scott and Caroline Arscott, Oxford University Press     > read this text...

   

 

2000     top of this page

  

‘Tortures’; ‘Pain and Performance, Spectacle and Soul’, La Mazarine, in Adrien Sina ed. ‘Tragédies charnelles’ spring, 2000, pp. 26-096 – 29-099     > read this text...

  

Raphael Cuir ed., La vie, mode d’[in]emploi, canalwebnet ‘memoires actives’, Publication commemorating interview, Éditions Jean-Michel Place/Trasnfuge np.     > read this text...

 

 ‘Entre Matisse et Duchamp, le fémininmasculin de l’art des années 70’, Supports/Surfaces, Collection colloques et conférences, Paris, Galeries National du Jeu de Paume     > read this text...


 

1999     top of this page

  

‘Erró, l’extase matérielle’, Erró, images du siècle, Paris, Galeries Nationales du Jeu de Paume, pp. 38-56     > read this text...

  

Preface, Gilles Deleuze, Michel Foucault, Gérard Fromanger, ed, Sarah Wilson, London, Black Dog Publishing Ltd. pp. 38-56     > read this text...

                > read review... by Brian Rajski, The Voice Imitator 

    

‘Discovering the psyche: Zofia Kulik’, n. paradoxa, vol 4, London, 1999, pp. 55-64     > read this text...

  

‘Discovering the Psyche: Zofia Kulik’, Zofia Kulik, Poznan, Poznan Museum of Art, pp. 53-73     > read this text...

  

‘Duncan Phillips and Robert Sainsbury: the School of Paris in America and England’, L’École de Paris? 1945-1964, B. Ceysson ed., Luxembourg, Musée Nationale d’Histoire et de l’Art, pp. 39-55, 323-332     > read this text...

  

‘Du pâle criminel : X-crime’, Monory/Ex-Crime, Angers, Musée d’Angers, pp. 6-9, 28-9     > read this text...

  

‘Kurt Schwitters in England’, Baltic, no 4, Gateshead, np

  

‘“Another World within this World”. Reem Nazir’, Centro Cultural Recoleta, Buenos Aires np

 

 

1998     top of this page

  

Editor’s introduction & ‘Postmodern romantics / Romantiques postmodernes’, in Jean-François LyotardThe Assassination of Experience by Painting – Monory, ed. Sarah Wilson, London, Black Dog Publishing, pp. 12-17, 21-81     > read this text...

  

‘Germaine Richier und der eschatologische Raum’, Raum und Körper in den Künsten der Nachrkriegszeit, Berlin, Akademie der Künste / Verlag der Kunst, pp. 106-120     > read this text...

  

‘Orlan-Chimère: la belle dame sans merci’, Arts de chair, ed. Daniel van der Gucht, Brussels, La Lettre Volée, pp. 99-105     > read this text...

  

‘Maskarady-kobiecosci’, Atrium questiones, IX, Poznan, Universytet im Adama Mickiewicza w Poznaniu, Instytut Historii Sztuki, pp. 157-184     > read this text...

  

Review of Fascist Visions: Art and Ideology in France and Italy, The Art Newspaper


‘André Fougeron’, The Independent, 18 September, 1998, p. 6     > read this text...

 

 

1997     top of this page

  

‘Femininités-Mascarades’, ORLAN. De l’Art charnel au baiser de l’artiste, Paris, Jean-Michel Place, p. 6     > read this text...



‘Edouard Pignon. La peinture au défi’, Edouard Pignon, Palais des Beaux-Arts, Lille., pp. 7-29     > read this text...

  

Jennifer Pery: Caziel, Whitford Fine Art, 1997 (foreword to substantial monograph), pp. 17-29     > read this text...

  

‘Women Artists, professionalism and modernism after 1930’, ‘Nadia Léger’, ‘Marlow Moss’, ‘Paule Vézelay’, Marie-Anne Lansiaux, ‘Germaine Richier’, Dictionary of Women Artists, London, Fitzroy Dearborn     > read this text...

  

‘Daughters of Albion: Greer, Sex and the Sixties’, Les Sixties: Great Britain-France, 1962-73, The Utopian Years, London, Philip Wilson, pp. 75-85. Polish version, Gdansk, Magazyn Sztuki     > read this text...

  

‘Rembrandt, Genet, Derrida’, Gdansk, Magazyn Sztuki     > read this text...

  

‘Feminities/ Mascarades, ’Rrose is a Rrose is a Rrose: Gender Performance in Photography, New York, Solomon R, Guggenheim Museum, pp. 135-155.     > read this text...

  

Macmillan’s Dictionary of Art, entries on Germaine Richier, Edouard Pignon, Victor Brauner, Jean Hélion etc

  

‘Maiakovski’, ‘Nadia, ’ L’ABCdaire de Léger, Paris, Flammarion     > read this text...

  

‘Taking Stock: Still too many Stars and Stripes’ (review, Tom Crow: The rise of the Sixties, Modern Art and the Common culture), The Art Newspaper, 66, January     > read this text...

 

 

1996     top of this page

  

‘Filles d’Albion: Greer, la Sexualité le Sexe et les Sixties’ Les Sixties en France et l’Angleterre, Paris, Musée d’histoire contemporaine, 1996, pp. 74-85     > read this text...

  

‘Réalismes sous le drapeau rouge’ Face à l’histoire, Paris, Centre Georges Pompidou, 1996, pp. 244-251     > read this text...

  

‘Rembrandt, Genet, Derrida’, Critical Introductions to Art: Portraiture, Manchester University Press, ed. Joanna Woodall, 1996, pp. 203-216     > read this text...

  

‘A crucible of change: Paris and beyond, 1944-1960’, The Berardo Collection, Sintra Museum of Modern Art, Sintra, Portugal (English and Portuguese Éditions), pp. 21-34     > read this text...

  

‘L’Histoire d’O, Sacred and Profane’, Orlan, London, Black Dog Publishing, 1996, pp. 8-17     > read this text...

 

‘Femininités-Mascarades’, Féminin-Masculin, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, pp. 291-302     > read this text...

 

 ‘Kunstenaars en het Franse Volksfront’ Een Kunstolympiade in Amsterdam. Reconstructie van de tentoonstelling D. O. O. D., 1936, Gemeentearchif, Amsterdam, pp. 33-38 / Die Olympiade unter der Diktatur, Stadtmuseum Berlin     > read this text...

  

‘Kunstenaars en het Franse Volksfront’ Een Kunstolympiade in Amsterdam. Reconstructie van de tentoonstelling D. O. O. D., 1936, Gemeentearchif, Amsterdam, pp. 33-38 / Die Olympiade unter der Diktatur, Stadtmuseum Berlin     > read this text...

  

‘L’Institut Courtauld, Les Galeries Courtauld’, Musées et Recherche, Actes du colloque, (1993), Dijon, ICO, 1996, pp. 33-39     > read this text...

  

Reviews: Art Monthly, (London), Critique d’Art (Rennes)


‘Hanging Picnic: Joshua Compston 1970-1996. The origins and developpment of the East Wing Collection’. Courtauld Institute of Art newsletter, p. 5     > read this text...

 

 

1995     top of this page

  

‘Kurt Schwitters en Inglaterra el “Anglismo” o la dialéctica del exilio’, Kurt Schwitters, IVAM Centre Julio González, Valencia, pp. 318-335     > read this text...

  

‘Max Ernst’, Actualité des Arts Plastiques, Centre de Documentation P&eacutedagogique, Paris, pp. 7-53

     

‘Fêting the Wound’ Georges Bataille and Jean Fautrier in the 1940s’, Writing the Sacred: Georges Bataille, ed. Carolyn Gill, London, Routledge, pp. 172-192     > read this text...

  

Paule Vézelay / Hans Arp. The Enchantments of Purity, The Centre for the Study of Sculpture, Henry Moore Institute, Leeds     > read this text...

  

‘In the Community’(Raymond Mason) Times Literary Supplement, no 4801, April 7th, 1995

 

 

1994     top of this page

  

‘Kurt Schwitters en Angleterre’, Kurt Schwitters, retrospective, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, pp. 296-309     > read this text...

  

‘The Picasso Files’ Tate Magazine, 2, London, pp. 28-32     > read this text...

  

‘Saleem Arif; seeds of celebration, moments of grace’. Art of the Islamic World, 24, January, 1994.

‘Dereliction and Conversion in Moscow’ Art Monthly, 172, December-January 1994, pp. 11-13

 

 

1993     top of this page

  

‘Paris Post War. In Search of the Absolute’, Paris Post War. Art and Existentialism, 1945-1955, Tate Gallery, London, pp. 25-52     > read this text...

  

‘From Barthes to Baudrillard: Art History, criticism and the‘philosophes’ in France, Art Criticism since 1890 – Authors, Texts, Contexts, ed. Malcom Gee, Manchester University Press, pp. 219-236     > read this text...

  

‘The Soviet Pavilion at the Paris World Fair’, Art of the Soviets, ed. B. Taylor and M. Cullerne- Bown, Manchester University Press     > read this text...

  

‘Arman’, Print Quarterly, X, 1993, vol 1, pp. 84-86 

 

‘Le songe du paradis d’Orient’, Matisse, 1904-1914, ed. Beaux-Arts magazine, Paris, pp. 84-86     > read this text...

  

Four Artists from France, preface, Institut Français, London

  

Pierre Buraglio, preface, Institut Français, London     > read this text...

  

‘Avec Boudin, à Pierre Buraglio’ Pierre Buraglio, Galerie Jean Fournier, Paris, pp. 10-12     > read this text...

  

‘Alfred Manessier’ (obituary) The Independent, 11 August, 1993, p. 20     > read this text...

 

 

1992     top of this page

  

Matisse, Ediciones Poligrafa, Barcelona and associates, (English, American, French, German, Dutch, Japanese and Chinese Éditions) pp. 128     > read this text...

  

‘From the Asylum to the Museum. Marginal Art in Paris and New York, 1938-1968’, Parallel Visions, Modern artists and Outsider Art, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 1992 (Spanish, Swiss and Japanese Éditions), pp. 120-149     > read this text...

  

‘Max Ernst au pays de merveilles’, Max Ernst, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris., pp. 363-369     > read this text...

  

Gabriel Fournier (preface), Orleans House, Twickenham, London

  


 

  

1991     top of this page

  

‘Martyrs and Militants’, War and Society in Twentieth Century France, ed. M. Scriven, New York, Oxford, Munich, Berg Publications     > read this text...

  

‘Deux affiches d’André Fougeron. Le point de vue de l’historien d’art’, Matériaux pour l’Histoire de notre temps, special number: ‘L’avenir de la propagande politique’, Bibliothèque de Documentation Internationale Contemporaine, Paris, April     > read this text...

  

‘Max Ernst and England’, Max Ernst, Tate Gallery, London, and German edition     > read this text...

 

‘Die Begegnung mit Albion und Alice: Max Ernst und England’, Max Ernst, Staatsgalerie, Stuttgart, Prestel     > read this text...

 

‘Jean Fautrier, ses écrivains et ses poètes’, Ecrire la peinture, ed. Ph. Delaveau, Paris, Éditions Universitaires, pp. 241-249     > read this text...

   

 

1990     top of this page

  

‘Cosmopolitan patternings. The Paintings of William Gear’, William Gear. 75th Birthdaye exhibition. Cobra and After, London, Redfern Gallery, pp. 5-12     > read this text...

   

 

1989     top of this page

  

Picabia. Accommodations of Desire, New York, Kent Fine Art, pp. 5-23     > read this text...

  

‘Charles Lapicque: un destin révolutionnaire’, Charles Lapicque, Peintures de 1940 à 1973, Paris, Galerie Louis Carré, pp. 5-19     > read this text...

  

‘Hans Richter: Dreams that Money can Buy’, Peinture-Cinéma-Peinture, Paris, Musées de Marseille/Flammarion, pp. 217-231     > read this text...

  

Paris 1945-1975 – The Sainsbury Family Collection (Introduction), Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, University of East Anglia, Norwich np     > read this text...

  

‘Raymond Mason – an Exalting Life’, Raymond Mason, Sculptures and Drawings, Birmingham City Art Gallery / Lund Humphries, pp. 16-32     > read this text...

  

‘Between Lives’, Dorothea Tanning. Between Lives. Works on Paper, London, Runkel-Hue Williams, pp. 3-17     > read this text...

  

Paule Vézelay and André Masson. Paintings and Works on Paper, 1928-1934, London, England and Co., (introduction), pp. 3-6     > read this text...

  

‘One hundred years ago: The ‘Incohérents’ (avec Catherine Charpin), Art Monthly, no 128, July-August, pp. 7-9     > read this text...

 

 

1988     top of this page

  

‘Fernand Léger, Kunst und Politik, 1935-1955’, Fernand Léger, Zeichnungen, Bilder, Zyklen, Staatsgalerie Stuttgart, pp. 53-73. (Prestel Verlag for German edition)     > read this text...

  

‘Collaboration in the Fine Arts’, 1940-1944’, Collaboration in France – Politics and Culture during the Nazi Occupation, 1940-1944, eds, Hirschfeld G., and Marsh P., New York, Oxford and Munich, Berg Publications, pp. 103-125     > read this text...

  

‘The Late Picabia, Iconoclast and Saint’, Francis Picabia 1879-1953, Edinburgh, National Gallery of Scotland, Frankfurt, Éditions Cantz., pp. 27-43     > read this text...

  

‘Jean Fautrier. Orthodoxy and the Outsider’, Art International, 4, Paris, Autumn, pp. 33-40     > read this text...

  

‘Imagination, Mathematics, Balance’, Paule Vézelay, Zabriskie Gallery, New York     > read this text...

  

Paule Vézelay. Early Work, 1904-1939, London, Michael Parkin Gallery, Bristol, Arnolfini Gallery     > read this text...

  

‘Regards sur Minotaure. Geneva, Musée Rath. The Burlington Magazine, Vol. 130, No. 1018 (Jan., 1988), pp. 52-53. The Burlington Magazine Publications Ltd.     > read this text...


 

1987     top of this page

  

‘Double Rhythm: Fanfare for Hélion’, Jean Hélion, London, Albemarle Gallery, pp. 7-19     > read this text...

  

‘Charles Lapicque: Of Tigers, Trees and Tennis Players’, Charles Lapicque, London, ASB Gallery, June-August, pp. 9-18     > read this text...

  

‘Fernand Léger, Art and Politics, 1935-1955’, Fernand Léger, the Later Years, London, Whitechapel Art Gallery, pp. 55-75. (Prestel Verlag for German edition)     > read this text...

  

‘Ivon Hitchens (1893-1979): Balcony View, Iping Church, 1943’, 100 Masterpieces from the Courtauld Collections, London, Courtauld Institute of Art Fund, p. 116

‘Stephen Gilbert in Paris, Art Monthly (June), ‘Sublime Indigo’ Apollo, (July)     > read this text...

‘On Colour: George Hooper’. The Artist, June. pp 4-7    > read this text...

 

 

1986     top of this page

  

‘Le Surréalisme en Angleterre’, La Planète Affolée, Surréalisme, Dispersion et Influences, Musées de Marseille, pp. 159-169 (curated English section)     > read this text...

  

Germain Viatte, Gaston Defferre, Sarah Wilson. La Planète Affolée, Surréalisme, Dispersion et Influences, Musées de Marseille     > read this text...


‘Gaston Chaissac; in situ’, Gaston Chaissac 1910-1964, London, Fischer Fine Art, October-November, pp. 5-11     > read this text...

  

‘The Early Work of Jean Fautrier. Calais and Amsterdam’. The Burlington Magazine, Vol. 128, No. 996 (Mar., 1986), pp. 238-240. The Burlington Magazine Publications Ltd.     > read this text...
 

‘Insel Hombroich Arts Centre. Neuss’. The Burlington Magazine, Vol. 128, No. 1004 (Nov., 1986), pp. 849-850. The Burlington Magazine Publications Ltd.     > read this text...

 

 

1985     top of this page

  

‘Colour: the Matissean inheritance’, Colour since Matisse, New York, Taplinger Publishing Company, pp. 6-8     > read this text...

  

‘Château Beaubourg’, Artscribe International, 55, Dec-Jan 1985-6, pp. 38-39     > read this text...

   

 

1984     top of this page

  

‘New French Painting’, Art Monthly, 73, February, pp. 24-5     > read this text...

  

‘Tate Gallery. Reg Butler’, Burlington Magazine, February, pp. 106-8     > read this text...

  

‘Paul Eluard et la peinture surréaliste by Jean-Charles Gateau’, Oxford Art Journal, Vol. 7, No. 1, Correspondences (1984), pp. 71-72. Oxford University Press     > read this text...

 

 

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‘Raoul Dufy: Tradition, Innovation, Decoration’, Raoul Dufy 1877-1953, London, Arts Council of Great Britain, (Exhibition organiser with Bryan Robertson), pp. 71-89     > read this text...

  

  Émile Mâle: Notre-Dame de Chartres, Paris, Flammarion, pp. 187 (translation)     > read this text...


  Émile Mâle: Notre-Dame de Chartres, New York, Harper and Row, pp. 187 (translation)     > read this text...

  

‘Paule Vézelay at the Tate’, Artscribe, no 40, London, April, p. 51     > read this text...

  

‘Raymond Mason’, Artscribe, no 39, London, February, pp. 40-46.     > read this text...

 

 

1982     top of this page

  

Sarah Wilson ed. & transl, Aftermath, France 1945-1954, New Inages of Man, London, Barbican Art Gallery, several biograpical entries, etc. (co-curator)     > read this text...

 

 

1981     top of this page

  

‘1937, problèmes de la peinture en marge de l’Exposition internationale’; ‘La vie artistique à Paris sous l’Occupation’; ‘Les jeunes peintures de tradition française’; ‘Debats autour du réalisme socialiste’, Paris-Paris, Créations en France, 1937-1957, exhibition catalogue, Paris, Centre Georges Pompidou, pp. 42-44, 96-100, 106-112, 206-212, (see also Gallimard1992 re-edition)     > read this text...

  

‘Graham Sutherland’ Encyclopedia Universalis

   

 

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‘“La Beauté Révolutionnaire?” Réalisme Socialiste and French Painting, 1935-1954’, Oxford Art Journal, vol. 3, 2, pp. 61-9     > read this text...

  

Videos      top of this page                              


‘Les Immatériaux: towards the virtual with J.-F. Lyotard’, The Courtauld Institute of Art, London, March 27-28, 2015 > video Part 1

‘Les Immatériaux: towards the virtual with J.-F. Lyotard’, The Courtauld Institute of Art, London, March 27-28, 2015 > video Part 2

‘Les Immatériaux: towards the virtual with J.-F. Lyotard’, The Courtauld Institute of Art, London, March 27-28, 2015 > video Part 3

‘Les Immatériaux: towards the virtual with J.-F. Lyotard’, The Courtauld Institute of Art, London, March 27-28, 2015 > video Part 4

‘Cruel Art: Picasso, Dalí, and the Banality of Evil’, Picasso/Dalí Conference: Day 3, The Dali Museum, St Petersburg, Florida, February 22, 2015   > see video

‘Sarah Wilson’s lecture on Judit Reigl’, Ludwig Museum, Kálmán Makláry Fine Arts, 28 September 2014   > see video

‘Susan Hiller & Sarah Wilson: A Conversation’. Royal College of Art , Visual Cultures Lecture Series. 2 December 2014, 6.30pm – 8pm.   > see video

  ‘Sheila Hicks - Pêcher dans la Rivière’, exhibition at the Alison Jacques Gallery narrated by art historian Sarah Wilson, London, 2013   > see video

  Opening of the ‘Atelier Boris Taslitzky’ in Montrouge. April 7, 2013   > see video Part 1

Opening of the ‘Atelier Boris Taslitzky’ in Montrouge. April 7, 2013   > see video Part 2

  ‘Chaire R-BUCE, with Sarah Wilson and Giulia Agostini’, Université de Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, 2013   > see video

  ‘Performance and zombie catholicism’, with Franko B., Corpo e Crudeltà, Accademia di Belle Arti, Macerata, 2013   > see video Part 1

‘Performance and zombie catholicism’, with Franko B. and Ron Athey, Corpo e Crudeltà, Accademia di Belle Arti, Macerata, 2013   > see video Part 2

Interview with Professor Sarah Wilson, The Courtauld Institute of Art. Followed after Opening of The Exhibition: Dictionary Of An Artist | The Drawings Of Viktor Pivovarov. 18 January 2012. Curator: Nana Zhvitiashvili, Assistant Curator: Elena Walker. Interview by Ondrej Tucek. Video by Lena Tchibor and Ondrej Tucek.    > see video


  Lecture: Professor Sarah Wilson and Victor Pivovarov. Dictionary Of An Artist. January 18, 2012   > see video Part 1

 Lecture: Professor Sarah Wilson and Victor Pivovarov. Dictionary Of An Artist. January 18, 2012   > see video Part 2

Sarah Wilson, jury member for our Call for Entries, on the Métamatic Research Initiative and the outcome of the Call for Entries. April 5, 2011.    > see video


  ‘Moscow Romantic Exceptionalism? A Suspension of Disbelief’, International symposium ‘Revisiting Conceptual Art: the Russian Case in an International Context’, was held in Moscow at the Central House of Writers. Organized by Boris Groys and Stella Art Foundation, 14-15 April 2011   > see video

Between Heaven & Earth - Panel Discussion. Curator David Elliott, Historian of Art Aliya de Tiesenhausen and artist Almagul Menlibayeva explore the themes raised by the exhibition. Chair: Sarah Wilson (The Courtauld Institute of Art). Between Heaven and Earth, 14 September—13 November, 2011.Calvert 22 Gallery.     > see video Part 1

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Dr Sarah Wilson on Jean Tinguely, his Méta-matics and the Métamatic Research Initiative. May 11, 2010.   > see video

‘Olga Chernysheva: Tenderness and Danger’, FORMER WEST Research Seminar Where the West Ends?, Museum of Modern Art Warsaw, 18-19 March 2010   > see video

 ‘Sarah Wilson, Ilya Budraitskis and Nadim Samman: Art Practices, Exhibitions and Institutions’, FORMER WEST Research Seminar Where the West Ends?, Museum of Modern Art Warsaw, 18-19 March 2010   > see video

‘Matisse Picasso, Creating And Destroying Histories – Part 3’, Tate Modern, 22 June 2002   > see video


Radio & TV

2014 ‘Picasso-Marx and socialist realism in France’, with Viktor Misiano, edited for BBC Russia by Alexander Kann

2006-9 London correspondent for France Culture, producer Jean Daive: ‘Peinture Fraîche’

2006-9 Duchamp, Man Ray, Picabia,Gilbert and George, Venice Biennales 07, 09, etc.

2004-5 ‘Peinture Fraîche’: Edward Hopper, Lucian Freud, Diane Arbus, Sickert,Toulouse Lautrec-Self Portraits

  2004 In Serge Poliakoff. Portrait intime du peintre, DVD, producer Elisabeth Lennard, Paris, Artline Films   > see video (excerpts)

2003 ‘Peinture Fraîche’, producer Jean Daive, on Eva Hesse and Julia Margaret Cameron

2002 ‘Double Jeu’, extensive interview with French TV personality Bernard Pivot, France 2 TV channel. Filmed promenade through ‘Paris Capital of the Arts’, Royal Academy of Arts, London   > see video

2001 ‘Catharsis. Affiche de film imaginaire’. ORLAN. Le Plan Du Film, Al Dante, Paris     > read this text...

1999 TV Interview on Orlan, ‘Metamorphoses’, Tower Productions, Candice Weiner, Chicago. TV Interview on Saleem Arif, Islam in Britain, BBC, director Navid Akhtar, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.Radio: ‘Jackson Pollock’, Rembrandt, France-Culture
1998 ‘Art and Communism’, BBC Radio 3    

1998 ‘Peinture Fraîche’, producer Jean Daive, on Dylan Thomas, France-Culture (interview).

1997 ‘Nightwaves’, Hans Prinzhorn Collection; Orlan; Guernica; The Body, ‘Sensation’

1997 ‘Art in their blood. Orlan, Ron Athey and Franko B.’, South Bank Show, 17 August 1997

1994 BBC2, producer, Samira Osman; ‘The Picasso Files’, (consultant), ‘The Late Show’, (Picasso). Tim Robinson: ‘Nightwaves’, BBC radio, on exhibition ‘L'Âme au Corps, Arts et Sciences, 1793-1993, Grand Palais, Paris. Modigliani drawings, Royal Academy.

1993 ‘Paule Vézelay’, interview, producer Julia Cave

1993 ‘The Late Show’, BBC radio, Niki de Saint Phalle.

1992 ‘Max Ernst’, Producer Open University. On camera extensive interviews (with Dawn Ades) filmed in office at Courtauld Institute. 1990/1 Interview with Waldemar Januszack on Courtauld Galleries, Somerset House (radio programme).

1986/7 ‘Bathers and Butterflies: Raoul Dufy’. Producer Andrew Snell, programme outline and consultant

1984 ‘Paule Vézelay’, Producer Louise Panton: ‘Women of Excellence’. Primary researcher (Germaine Greer used for interview)

1983-4 ‘Raoul Dufy, Hayward Gallery’. Radio interviews

1982 ‘Aftermath, France, 1945-1954’ for the opening of the Barbican Art Centre. Producer Kenneth Corden. Programme with Richard Baker and Germain Viatte (Centre Pompidou)

 

Links      top of this page



The Courtauld Institute of Art academic staff webpage, 2015    > follow this link...

Sarah Wilson official website, 2015    > follow this link...

AICA Honorary Award to Sarah Wilson. AICA International 48th Congress, London, October 26-29 2015    > follow this link...

Sarah Wilson Wins 2015 AICA Honorary Award for Distinguished Contribution to Art Criticism, October 22, 2015    > follow this link...

Multisensory show in Nordic pavilion is poetic with a powerful political message. Space dedicated solely to a Norwegian artist for the first time. By Sarah Wilson, 8 May 2015    > follow this link...
 
‘Les Immatériaux: towards the virtual with J.-F. Lyotard’, The Courtauld Institute of Art, London, 27-28 March 2015    > follow this link...

Lyotard ‘Les Immatériaux’, Conference at the Courtauld, Official site of AICA, March 27-28, 2015    > follow this link...

 Academia.edu    > follow this link...

‘Curating Language Acts’. The Tetley, Leeds, 25 September 2015    > follow this link...

‘Picasso / Marx, and Socialist Realism in France’, Sarah Wilson. Liverpool University Press, 2014    > follow this link...

 ‘Paper Museums: Moscow Conceptualism in Transit conveys sense of dissident excitement’, 11 July 2014    > follow this link...

‘Susan Hiller & Sarah Wilson: A Conversation’. Royal College of Art , Visual Cultures Lecture Series. 2 December 2014, 6.30pm – 8pm    > follow this link...

Susan Hiller in conversation with Sarah Wilson, 27/11/2014    > follow this link...

 ‘Inauguration de l’Atelier de Boris Taslitzky’, Montrouge, 7 avril 2013    > follow this link...

‘Essay: Sarah Wilson, Kurt Schwitters in England’, 2013    > follow this link...

 ‘Jean-François Lyotard and Jacques Monory: Screens’. Space Studios gallery, London, 12 April-02 June 2013    > follow this link...

‘Jean-François Lyotard and Jacques Monory’. Space Studios gallery, London, 12 April-02 June 2013    > follow this link...

‘Jacques Monory and Jean-François Lyotard’. With Jacques Monory, Sarah Wilson (Professor, Courtauld Institute), Herman Parret (Professor Emeritus, Higher Institute of Philosophy of Leuven University (Belgium), Jonathan Lahey Dronsfield (Reader in Theory and Philosophy of Art, Reading University) and Paul Pieroni (Exhibitions Curator, SPACE). Institut français du Royaume-Uni, 14 May 2013    > follow this link...

‘Encounters: Lyotard & Monory’. Frieze blog, 7 June, 2013    > follow this link...

‘Deleuze and Interdisciplinarity: from Capitalism and Schizophrenia to the Centre Georges Pompidou (keynote); ‘Interdiscipline’, AAANZ (The Art Association of Australia and New Zealand) Annual Conference, 2013    > follow this link...

The Urgency of Art History: Conversation between Huang Zhuan and Sarah Wilson. December 10, 2012    > follow this link...

 ‘The Visual World of French Theory. Figurations’, Sarah Wilson, Yale University Press, Shortlisted for the 2012 R.H. Gapper Book Prize awarded by the Society for French Studies (UK Award)    > follow this link...

‘Gilles Deleuze & Michel Foucault: Photogenic Painting’, The Voice Imitator, 24 January 2011    > follow this link...

FORMER WEST, Sarah Wilson, Museum of Modern Art Warsaw, 18-19 March 2010    > follow this link...

‘Where the West Ends?’, FORMER WEST, Museum of Modern Art Warsaw, 18-19 March 2010    > follow this link...

‘Olga Chernysheva: Tenderness and Danger’, FORMER WEST, Museum of Modern Art Warsaw, 18 March 2010    > follow this link...

‘Art Practices, Exhibitions and Institutions’, Sarah Wilson, Ilya Budraitskis and Nadim Samman, FORMER WEST, Museum of Modern Art Warsaw, 19 March 2010    > follow this link...


‘Cold, Cold Heart’. Video art and performance weekend at Somerset House. Participating artists: Mattias Akerfelt (Sweden), Olga Chernysheva (Russia), Jesper Just (Denmark), Ragnar Kjartansson (Iceland), Antti Laitinen (Finland), Elena Nasanen (Finland), Torbjorn Rodland (Norway), Richard T. Walker (UK). Somerset House, Courtauld Institute of Art, Strand, London, 20-22 October 2006    > follow this link...

‘Art in their blood. Orlan, Ron Athey and Franko B.’, South Bank Show, 17 August 1997    > follow this link...

‘Pierre Klossowski’, curated by Sarah Wilson. Whitechapel Art Gallery, 20 September - 19 November 2006    > follow this link...

‘Pierre Klossowski’, curated by Sarah Wilson. Whitechapel Art Gallery, 20 September - 19 November 2006    > follow this link...

Centre Pompidou archive search engine    > follow this link...   & enter: Sarah Wilson

Sarah Wilson (art historian) – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia    > follow this link...


  

Index      top of this page

                                  


A
Valerio Adami, 2010
Natalie Adamson, 2011
Gilles Aillaud, 2010
Louis Althusser, 2010,
Roberto Alvarez-Rios, 2010
Arman, 1993
Recalcati Antonio, 2010
Louis Aragon, 2010
Edouardo Arroyo, 2010
Antonin Artaud, 2009
Assia, 2001
Ron Athey, 2013, 1997
Evelyne Axell, 2004, 2003

B
Franko B, 2001, 2013
Francis Bacon, 2009
Joséphine Baker (Negrophilia), 2001
Myriam Bat-Yosef, 2005
Jean Baudrillard, 1993
Roland Barthes, 1993
Henri Bergson, 2013
William Blake, 2011
Maurice Blanchot, 2003
Eric Boulatov, 2014
Pierre Bourdieu, 2010
Fernand Braudel, 2014
Pierre Buraglio, 1993

C
Alexander de Cadenet, 2010
Gaston Chaissac, 2011
Olga Chernysheva, 2010, 2006
Jean Clair, 1992
Joshua Compston, 1996
Henry-Claude Cousseau, 2012
Leonardo Cremonini, 2010
Henri Cueco, 2010, 2015
Raphaël Cuir, 2009, 2014
Pip Culbert, 2013

D
Salvador Dalí, 2015
Gaston Defferre, 1986
Giles Deleuze, 2015, 2013, 2010, 2009, 1999
Jacques Derrida, 2010, 1997, 1996
Gabriel Dubois, 2012
Marcel Duchamp, 2001
Raoul Dufy, 1983
John Dugger, 2014

E
Erró, 2015, 2010, 2004, 1999
Max Ernst, 1991a, 1991b

F
Lucio Fanti, 2011, 2010
Jean Fautrier, 1995, 1991, 1988, 1986
Yevgeniy Fiks, 2014
Lucien Fleury, 2010, 2007
Bruno Foucart, 2008
Michel Foucault, 2010
André Fougeron, 2014, 2010
Gabriel Fournier, 1993
Ruth Francken, 2010, 2007, 2004, 2001a, 2001b
Gérard Fromanger, 2010,

G
William Gear, 1990
Jean Genet, 1997, 1996
Artemisia Gentileschi, 2014
Jochen Gerz, 2004
Alberto Giacometti, 2009
Stephen Gilbert, 1987
Mark Gisbourne, 2015
Boris Groys, 2012, 2011
Francis Gruber, 2009
Félix Guattari, 2010

H
Jean Hélion, 2010
Hessie, 2015
Nicholas Hewitt, 2003
Sheila Hicks, 2014, 2013a, 2013b
Susan Hiller, 2014
Ivon Hitchens, 1987

I

J
Amelia Jones, 2006
Michel Journiac, 2003, 2001
Lucia Joyce, 2011

K
Tadeusz Kantor, 2011
Peter Klasen, 2010
Yves Klein, 2009a, 2009b
Pierre Klossowski, 2014, 2007, 2006, 2003
Alexandre Kojève, 2014
Josef Kosuth, 2014
György Kovásznai, 2014
Zofia Kulik, 2003, 2001, 1999a, 1999b
Oleg Kulik, 2007, 2003

L
Marie-Anne Lansiaux, 1997
Charles Lapicque, 1987, 1989
Robert Lapoujade, 2010
Jean-Claude Latil, 2010
Uwe Lausen, 2015
Le Corbusier, 2007
Fernand Léger, 2004, 1997, 1988, 1987
Nadia Khodossievitch Léger, 2010, 2004, 1997a, 1997b
Tilly Losch, 2011
Liliane Lijn, 2006
Jean-François Lyotard, 2015, 2013, 2010,

M
Malassis, 2010
Émile Mâle, 1983a, 1983b
André Malraux, 2014
Yann Marussich, 2015
Karl Marx, 2015, 2014, 2010
Raymond Mason, 2011, 1989, 1983
André Masson, 1989
Henri Matisse, 2009, 2001, 1993, 1992, 1985
Mireille Miailhe, 2010, 2014
Joan Miró, 2004
Jacques Monory, 2014, 2013, 2010, 1999, 1998
Marlow Moss, 1997
Willi Münzenberg, 2014, 2012

N
Libero Nardone, 2001
Reem Nazir, 1999

O
ORLAN, 2010, 1998, 1996

P
Francis Picabia, 1989, 1988
Pablo Picasso, 1994, 2002, 2013a, 2013b, 2014, 2015
Edouard Pignon, 1997
Duncan Phillips, 1998
Serge Poliakoff, 2004
Chantal Pontbriand, 2011a, 2001b
Victor Pivovarov, 2012
Alexander Ponomarev, 20102009

R
Bernard Rancillac, 2015, 2010, 2003
Judit Reigl, 2014a, 2014b
Rembrandt, 1997, 1996
Germaine Richier, 2014, 2005, 1997
Hans Richter, 2014, 1989
Fabio Rieti, 2010

S
Robert Sainsbury, 1998
Niki de Saint Phalle, 2014, 2008, 2002
Valentine de Saint-Point, 2009
Jean-Paul Sartre, 2010
Kurt Schwitters, 2013, 1995, 1994
Amrita Sher-Gil, 2015
Yinka Shonibare, 2014
Adrien Sina, 20112009, 2005
Sobranie, 2006
Alina Szapocznikow, 20112008

T
Dorothea Tanning, 1989
Boris Taslitzky, 2010, 2013, 2014, 2015
Hervé Télémaque, 2010
Jean Tinguely, 2010
Amikam Toren, 2014
Yesenia Trobbiani, 2014

U

V
Paule Vézelay, 1997
Germain Viatte, 1985-6a, 1985-6b, 1982, 1981
Dina Vierny, 2001

W
Andrzej Wrona, 2007


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