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Book launch Raoul Reynolds: A retrospective
15:00 on 15 December 2018
The book ‘Raoul Reynolds: A Retrospective’ publication follows the exhibitions presented at the Scotland Street School Museum during Glasgow International and at la Friche la Belle de Mai in Marseille in 2016.
Published by Poursuite éditions, it opens new perspectives through a series of commissioned texts by writers and curators Jenny Brownrigg, Timothée Chaillou, Anna Dezeuze, and Eric Mangion.
Raoul Reynolds: A Retrospective is not an exhibition catalogue, but rather a third episode of a project dedicated to trace the life and work of a highly idiosyncratic artist. Raoul Reynolds (1882-1969), whose life crossed the 20th century and many adventures, informed his art work with a personal interpretation of the avant-garde movements, thus pioneering a more creative approach to modernism which we can more likely find in today’s art practices.
During the launch event special attention will be given to the link between Raoul’s work and feminist perspectives through the participation of Helen de Main and Jenny Brownrigg.
Raoul Reynolds: A retrospective
Published by: Poursuite
Graphic design by Asia Trianda
Edited by: Amandine Guruceaga & Francesca Zappia
Thanks to the artists Stéphanie Cherpin, Helen de Main, Sandro Della Noce, Guillaume Gattier, Amandine Guruceaga, Benjamin Marianne, James McLardy, Douglas Morland, Philippe Murphy, Bobby Niven, Alys Owen, Emilie Perotto and the poet Guillaume Condello for their precious assistance, without it the book and the exhibitions would not have been possible.