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Metallica

From June 9 to September 4, 2020
New show with editions by Trisha Donnelly, Vidya Gastaldon & Jean-Michel Wicker, Fabrice Gygi, Sylvie Fleury and Fabian Marti

Open accrochage, editions
of

Timothée Calame, Keren Cytter, Dorothy Iannone, Matthew Lutz-Kinoy, Fabian Marti, Jonathan Monk, Susan Te Kahurangi King, Jean-Michel Wicker
The CEC participates in Week-end GENEVE.ART, Saturday and Sunday, November 16 and 17, 2019, 11 AM – 6 PM
Exhibition from November 16, 2019 till December 20, 2019
New edition
Harry Burke
A diminished poetry. An expanding (and contracting) writerly. Fragments, for Rindon Johnson
Before publication 1

Brochure published in the Before publication collection, which will gather the pre-publications – unique notebooks of 4 to 24 pages, 17.2 x 23.5 cm, offset, black/white, stapled binding, 250 copies – of authors’ texts and artists’ inserts, which will appear regularly and in preview of their final edition in L’Effet papillon II (second volume of L’Effet papillon, 1989-2007, the catalog of the Centre d’édition contemporaine published in 2008).
Graphic design: Niels Wehrspann, Lausanne
Edition of the Centre d’édition contemporaine, Geneva, December 2019
OTHER RECENT EDITION
Susan Te Kahurangi King
Selected Works 1965–1980
Offset, colours, 20 pages, 16,5 x 23,6 cm. Coedition innen, Zurich and Centre d’édition contemporaine, Geneva, 2019.
Edition offered to the members of the Centre d’édition contemporaine association for the year 2019.
Selected Works 1965–1980 from Susan Te Kahurangi King is part of a series of three publications coedited with innen, Zurich of which Eros Paintings by Dorothy Iannone published in Spring 2019 and New York & Beyond 2017–2019 by Liz Craft (forthcoming).

Spring Sale Time

From February 19 till May 4, 2019
Gerard Byrne, Valentin Carron, Marc Camille Chaimowicz, Keren Cytter, Philippe Decrauzat, Jason Dodge, Sylvie Fleury, Mathis Gasser, David Hominal, Tobias Kaspar, Jakob Kolding, Matthew Lutz-Kinoy, Erik van Lieshout, Christian Lindow, David Maljkovic et Konstantin Grcic, Victor Man, Mélanie Matranga, Jonathan Monk, Olivier Mosset, Gianni Motti, Florian Pumhösl, Markus Schinwald, Oscar Tuazon, Jean-Michel Wicker, Heimo Zobernig
Cut-price
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Thursday March 14, 2019, 6-9 PM (Quartier des Bains common openings)
and
Saturday May 4  2019, 12-5 PM

Valentin Carron, Marc Camille Chaimowicz, François Curlet…

Valentin Carron, Marc Camille Chaimowicz, François Curlet, Keren Cytter, Philippe Decrauzat, Jason Dodge, Trisha Donnelly, Sylvie Fleury, Mathis Gasser, Thomas Hirschhorn, David Hominal, Aaron Flint Jamison, Raphaël Julliard, Tobias Kaspar, Jakob Kolding, Elke Krystufek, M/M (Paris), Jonathan Monk, Oscar Tuazon, Jeffrey Vallance, Oriol Vilanova, Jean-Michel Wicker, Heimo Zobernig

 

From March 23 till May 5, 2018
Opening Thursday March 22 from 6 PM to 9 PM
New Editions:
Keren Cytter,  The Brutal Turtle, Book, offset, colours, 40 pages, 15 x 15 cm, an edition of 500, text in English. Coedition Pork Salad Press, Copenhagen and the Centre d’édition contemporaine, Geneva, 2018.
Keren Cytter, The Furious Hamster, Book, offset, colours, 56 pages, 15 x 15 cm, an edition of 500, text in English. Coedition Pork Salad Press, Copenhagen and the Centre d’édition contemporaine, Geneva, 2018.

Edited by the CEC!
Focus: Mélanie Matranga

Edited by the CEC!

Exhibition October 13 – November 25, 2017
Opening October 12, 2017 from 2:30 PM
Editions by Valentin Carron, Marc Camille Chaimowicz, François Curlet, Philippe Decrauzat, Jason Dodge, Sylvie Fleury, Mathis Gasser, David Hominal, Tobias Kaspar, Jakob Kolding, Mélanie Matranga, Giuseppe Penone, Oscar Tuazon, Oriol Vilanova, Jean-Michel Wicker, Susanne M. Winterling, Heimo Zobernig

Focus: Mélanie Matranga

Mélanie Matranga’s artistic approach is crossed by stories that infiltrate a production of objects, installations, films, and even pieces of furniture and reconstructions of interiors that are loaded with signifying signs, texts and images: drawings, photographs, prints, projections. These combined elements propose “situations” that interrogate intimacy and seem to be filled with sensations and residual feelings, receptacles where real life experience and imagination, the document and the scenario meet. (more…)

Presentation of the edition
Jean-Michel Wicker
Belle étiquette

Thursday January 19 2017

From 6 PM Presentation of Jean-Michel Wicker’s edition, Belle étiquette, woven flyer taking the form of a mini carpet functioning as an advertisement object, polyester, black and white, high definition weaving, heat cut with fray out edges, 92 × 140 mm, edition of 1000, unsigned, weaving Bornemann-Etiketten GmbH, Wuppertal. Edition of the Centre d’édition contemporaine, Geneva, 2016.

This edition is accompanied by a publication bearing the same title, Belle étiquette, publication, 16 pages, black/white, colours, offset on Magno Satin 130 g/m2 paper, 26,8 × 20,5 cm, 250 copies. Graphic design : Marietta Eugster and Jean-Michel Wicker. Edition of the Centre d’édition contemporaine, Geneva, 2016.

Edition offered to the 2016 members of the Centre d’édition contemporaine association.

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Mathis Gasser

In the Museum 1 2 (3), Regulators 1 2 n, artist’s book, 448 pages in black and 128 pages in colour, 17 × 22,8 × 3,5 cm, offset, on Arctic Volume White 1.12 paper 100 g/m2, cover in Arctic Volume White 1.2 paper 300 g/m2, 300 copies. Graphic design: Niels Wehrspann, Lausanne with Mathis Gasser. Print : La Buona Stampa, Lugano. Binding: Schumacher AG, Schmitten. Edition of the Centre d’édition contemporaine, Geneva, 2016.

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Artists’ Voices

Triple LP with sound pieces by Rita Ackermann, Gerard Byrne, Valentin Carron, Claire Fontaine, Jason Dodge, Giulia Essyad, Sylvie Fleury, Gilles Furtwängler, Mathis Gasser, Marcus Geiger / Heimo Zobernig, Vivienne Griffin & Kaspars Groshevs, Thomas Hirschhorn, Tobias Kaspar and Jan Vorisek, Anne Le Troter, Beat Lippert, Tobias Madison, Fabian Marti, Jonathan Monk, Damián Navarro, James Richards, Emanuel Rossetti, Ryan Conrad Sawyer, Ramaya Tegegne and Ricardo Valentim, 3 picture discs in a two-piece box, 310 × 310 × 15/15 mm, 350 copies. Sound engineer: Ladislav Agabekov, Caduceus Mastering, Geneva. Graphic design: Niels Wehrspann, Lausanne. Edition du Centre d’édition contemporaine, 2016.

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John M Armleder, Valentin Carron, Marc Camille Chaimovicz, Claude Closky, Andreas Dobler, David Hominal, Rosemarie Trockel and Heimo Zobernig (editions CEC), Giulia Essyad (ceramic) and Sabrina Röthlisberger (bench and book), Solar Lice (double LP, Power Station, Dallas, 2013) and David Knuckey (sculptures)

Until March 11, 2017

Presentation of the book
Mathis Gasser
In the Museum 1 2 (3),
Regulators 1 2 n

Thursday December 15 2016

From 6 PM Presentation of Mathis Gasser’s book In the Museum 1 2 (3), Regulators 1 2 n, artist’s book, 448 pages in black and 128 pages in colour, 17 × 22,8 × 3,5 cm, offset, on Arctic Volume White 1.12 paper 100 g/m2, cover in Arctic Volume White 1.2 paper 300 g/m2, 300 copies. Graphic design: Niels Wehrspann, Lausanne with Mathis Gasser. Print: La Buona Stampa, Lugano. Binding: Schumacher AG, Schmitten. Edition of the Centre d’édition contemporaine, Geneva, 2016.

David Knuckey, Crest, 2016

From 7 PM Readings by Marie Angeletti, Samuel Luterbacher, Marta Riniker-Radich and Angharad Williams

Until March 11, 2017 John M Armleder, Valentin Carron, Marc Camille Chaimowicz, Claude Closky, Andreas Dobler, David Hominal, Rosemarie Trockel and Heimo Zobernig (editions CEC), Giulia Essyad, Sabrina Röthlisberger, Solar Lice (double LP, Power Station, Dallas, 2013)

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Artists’ Voices

Triple LP with sound pieces by Rita Ackermann, Gerard Byrne, Valentin Carron, Claire Fontaine, Jason Dodge, Giulia Essyad, Sylvie Fleury, Gilles Furtwängler, Mathis Gasser, Marcus Geiger / Heimo Zobernig, Vivienne Griffin & Kaspars Groshevs, Thomas Hirschhorn, Tobias Kaspar and Jan Vorisek, Anne Le Troter, Beat Lippert, Tobias Madison, Fabian Marti, Jonathan Monk, Damián Navarro, James Richards, Emanuel Rossetti, Ryan Conrad Sawyer, Ramaya Tegegne and Ricardo Valentim, 3 picture discs in a two-piece box, 310 × 310 × 15/15 mm, 350 copies. Sound engineer: Ladislav Agabekov, Caduceus Mastering, Geneva. Graphic design: Niels Wehrspann, Lausanne. Edition du Centre d’édition contemporaine, 2016.

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John M Armleder, Valentin Carron, Marc Camille Chaimovicz, Claude Closky, Andreas Dobler, David Hominal, Rosemarie Trockel and Heimo Zobernig (editions CEC), Giulia Essyad (ceramic) and Sabrina Röthlisberger (bench and book), Solar Lice (double LP, Power Station, Dallas, 2013) and David Knuckey (sculptures)

Until March 11, 2017

Presentation of the edition
Artists’ Voices

Thursday December 8 2016

From 6 PM Presentation of the sound edition Artists’ Voices, with Rita Ackermann, Gerard Byrne, Valentin Carron, Claire Fontaine, Jason Dodge, Giulia Essyad, Sylvie Fleury, Gilles Furtwängler, Mathis Gasser, Marcus Geiger / Heimo Zobernig, Vivienne Griffin & Kaspars Groshevs, Thomas Hirschhorn, Tobias Kaspar and Jan Vorisek, Anne Le Troter, Beat Lippert, Tobias Madison, Fabian Marti, Jonathan Monk, Damián Navarro, James Richards, Emanuel Rossetti, Ryan Conrad Sawyer, Ramaya Tegegne and Ricardo Valentim (triple LP, ed. CEC, 2016)

7 PM Ramaya Tegegne, Version #19: Judy Chicago, 2016 (reading/performance)

7:30 PM Giulia Essyad, Poetry Reading December 2016 (reading) et Salamander Said, 2016 (ceramics) with Sabrina Röthlisberger, En Attendant Antarah, guerrier poète, 2015, (bench)

8 PM HAGGARD CARAVAN, composed by Stefan Tcherepnin, with recordings by Solar Lice (Jeanne Graff, Tobias Madison, Flavio Merlo, Emanuel Rossetti, Gregory Ruppe, William Z. Saunders & Stefan Tcherepnin), mixed in York House Hotel, Wakefield, 2014 (sound installation, 44’30’’)

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John M Armleder, Valentin Carron, Marc Camille Chaimovicz, Claude Closky, Andreas Dobler, David Hominal, Rosemarie Trockel and Heimo Zobernig (editions CEC)

Until March 11, 2017

Artists’ Voices
Prolongation

Sound exhibition from December 11, 2015 till March 26, 2016
Opening Thursday December 10, 2015, 6 PM – 9 PM

Artists’ Voices assembles a group of sound pieces linked to the theme of the voice. The voice considered as a strong marker on the unconscious, a pre-language primal expression that is directly connected to emotions and is identifiable by a body of signs: tone, vibration, timbre, rhythm. The sound pieces are songs, declamations, monologues, a reading, a discourse, a dialogue, an echo, a whisper, a noise, a scream or breathing, up to the point of rupture, dysphonia, aphonia, silence, or even the return of sound and music. (more…)

Artists’ Voices

Sound exhibition from December 11, 2015 till March 26, 2016
Opening Thursday December 10, 2015, 6 PM – 9 PM

Artists’ Voices assembles a group of sound pieces linked to the theme of the voice. The voice considered as a strong marker on the unconscious, a pre-language primal expression that is directly connected to emotions and is identifiable by a body of signs: tone, vibration, timbre, rhythm. The sound pieces are songs, declamations, monologues, a reading, a discourse, a dialogue, an echo, a whisper, a noise, a scream or breathing, up to the point of rupture, dysphonia, aphonia, silence, or even the return of sound and music. (more…)

Extract

Exhibition from September 18 till November 14, 2015
Opening Thursday September 17, 2015, 6 PM – 9 PM

Jason Dodge, David Hominal, Raphaël Julliard, David Maljkovic with Konstantin Grcic, Victor Man

With the new editions offered to the members of the CEC association:

David Hominal, Détail, silk screen print, edition of the Centre d’édition contemporaine, 2015 (edition offered to the 2014 members )
and
Jason Dodge, edition of 120 (edition offered to the 2015 members)

WINTER SALE
AND
ALPHABET EDITIONS

WINTER SALE Tuesday December 16, 2014, 6 PM – 9 PM Saturday December 20, 2014, 12 PM – 5 PM
ALPHABET EDITIONS Exhibition of CEC’s editions (1989—2014) December 12, 2014 — February 28, 2015

ALPHABET EDITIONS is an alphabetical display of the CEC’s editions (1989-2014), a possibility to see again everything or to purchase a book, a print or a multiple during this “winter sale”. WINTER SALE is neither a sale nor an auction or a sale, but simply the presentation of the still available editions, a new display, a Christmas market and above all a support for the CEC. (more…)

Edited!

Exhibition from October 31st to December 20th, 2013

With the editions of Trisha Donnelly, Sylvie Fleury, David Hominal.

Posters

November 13th,2012 – February 1st, 2013
Jakob Kolding, Sans titre, 2002

Jakob Kolding, Sans titre

Alexandre Bianchini, Gerard Byrne, Jeremy Deller & Karl Holmqvist, Andreas Dobler, Vidya Gastaldon & Jean-Michel Wicker, Fabrice Gygi, Klat, Jakob Kolding, Elke Krystufek, Claude Lévêque, Fabian Marti, M/M

Salon des Dames

From May 13 until June 2, 2012

1 concert
6 evenings about contemporary editions
1 critical presentation of films
1 evolutive exhibition

An idea of Véronique Bacchetta, Donatella Bernardi, Boutheyna Bouslama, Noémie Étienne and Petra Krausz. A collaboration between Centre d’édition contemporaine and Eternal Tour

With Bertrand Bacqué, Daphné Bengoa, Donatella Bernardi, Laurence Bonvin, Jacques Borel, Thomas Boutoux, Rudy Decelière, Stéphane Degoutin, Noémie Etienne, Valeria Graziano, Tamar Halperin, Beat Lippert, Morad Montazami, Enrico Natale, Romolo Ottaviani, Marc Ruchmann, Denis Schuler et Frank Williams. (more…)

Nouvelles éditions

View of the exhibition <em>Nouvelles éditions</em>, Centre d'édition contemporaine, Genève, 2012

View of the exhibition Nouvelles éditions

Oscar Tuazon, Fabian Marti and editions of Gerard Byrne, Philippe Decrauzat, Andreas Dobler, Aaron Flint Jamison, Adrien Missika, Gianni Motti (more…)

Abstractions sentimentales et quelques éditions, Cneai, Paris

From October 8 until October 23, 2011
Opening on October 7, 2011, from 6pm
View of the exhibition <em>Abstractions sentimentales</em> et quelques éditions, Centre d'édition contemporaine, Genève, 2011

View of the exhibition Abstractions sentimentales et quelques éditions

With Gerard Byrne (IE), Raphaël Julliard (CH), Jakob Kolding (DK), Fabian Marti (CH), Adrien Missika (FR), Florian Pumhösl (A), Benjamin Valenza (FR), Susanne M. Winterling (DE).
Presented by Véronique Bacchetta and the Centre d’édition contemporaine, Geneva
At the Cneai de Paris, 20 rue Louise Weiss, 75013 Paris
Project realized for the « carte blanche » given by CNEAI DE PARIS – 2011 (more…)

“Encadrées”

From July 13 until September 17, 2010
View of the exhibition <em>"Encadrées"</em>, Centre d'édition contemporaine, 2010

View of the exhibition “Encadrées”

with Olivier Mosset, Gianni Motti, Florian Pumhösl, Jean-Michel Othoniel, Christophe Rey and Susanne M. Winterling.

Susanne M. Winterling, Dynamique de réflexion (2010)
Florian Pumhösl, Etudes abstraites (2004)
Jean Michel Othoniel, La Grande Lèvre (1991)
Gianni Motti, Sans titre (2006)
Olivier Mosset, Sans titre (1994)
Christophe Rey, Washington (2005)

Fröhliche Gesellschaft,
Parrotta Contemporary Art, Stuttgart

Exhibition at the gallery Parrotta Contemporary Art (Stuttgart, Germany)
From February 13 until March 27, 2010
Opening on February 12, 2010 at 7pm
 Heimo Zobernig, <em>Sans titre</em>, 1996

Heimo Zobernig, Sans titre

In a momentary community, free and polyphonic, the gallery Parrotta Contemporary Art in Stuttgart presents a series of editions of the Centre d’édition contemporaine chosen by Véronique Bacchetta : Andreas Dobler, Elke Krystufek, Erik van Lieshout, Florian Pumhösl, Markus Schinwald, Benjamin Valenza, Emmett Williams, Heimo Zobernig. (more…)

Editions vs. objets

From November 3, 2009, until January 22, 2010

Pierre Bismuth, François Curlet, Fabrice Gygi, Karl Holmqvist, Angela Marzullo, Mai-Thu Perret, Benjamin Valenza, Jeffrey Vallance et Erik van Lieshout
(more…)

T. Quelques possibilités de textes

Exhibition from May 8 to June 13, 2009
Opening : Thursday, May 7, 2009, from 6 pm

T like text, of course, or temporary, tentative, turn of phrase, trove, trouble, tension… tea time and T. Rex.

T is an exhibition which offers several possibilities of texts. Artists’ texts that can be images, signs or also an abstract, a description, an explanation, a manifesto, a recollection, a quotation, a poem, a story…

T is a round-trip from text to work, from work to text: a new exercise.

T, it’s some simple sheets of A4 paper, several proposals of printed matter (tracts or small posters), but also a letter, a recording, a distribution or even a republishing, the publication of a work already completed or the layout of a future publication; a model. (more…)

EDITIONS (suite…)

Alternately and until April 30, 2009
Gianni Motti, <em>CMS, Compact Muon Solenoid experiment, Cern</em>, 2006

Gianni Motti, CMS, Compact Muon Solenoid experiment, Cern

With Olivier Bardin, Gianni Motti, Florian Pumhösl, Anne-Julie Raccoursier and Markus Schinwald.
Presentation of editions of the Centre d’édition contemporaine, with Gianni Motti, Sans titre, 2006 and CMS, Compact Muon Solenoid experiment, Cern, 2006; Florian Pumhösl, Etudes abstraites, 2004; Anne-Julie Raccoursier, Remote viewer 2, 2007; and Markus Schinwald, Les Boîtes, 2007

 

 

EDITIONS (2004-2008)

From December 11, 2008
View of the exhibition <em>EDITIONS (2004-2008)</em>, Centre d'édition contemporaine, Genève, 2008

View of the exhibition EDITIONS (2004-2008)

Presentation of the Centre d’édition contemporaine’s editions, with Olivier Bardin, You belong to me I belong to you, 2008; Gianni Motti, Cosmic Storm, Cern, 2006 and Sans titre, 2006 ; Florian Pumhösl, Etudes abstraites, 2004 ; and Markus Schinwald, Les Boîtes, 2007.

L’Effet papillon, 1989-2007

From June 21 until September 13, 2008
Opening on June 20, 2008, from 6pm

Catalogue, in French, introduction by Véronique Bacchetta, texts by Véronique Bacchetta, Sylvie Boulanger, Lionel Bovier, Brian D. Butler (English and French), Philippe Cuenat, Thomas Hirschhorn, Christoph Keller (German and French), Hans Ulrich Obrist and Alexis Vaillant. 432 pages, 17,5 x 23,5 cm, offset printing on Munken Print Premium White paper, 115 g/m2, offset printing and hot gold foil stamping on Munken Print White paper, 300g/m2, for the cover, 61 color ill., 278 b/w ill. Graphic design : Schönwehrs, Geneva. Printing : Musumeci S.p.A., Quart (Aosta Valley), Italy. Publisher : Centre d’édition contemporaine, Geneva, June 2008. Distribution : JRP|Ringier, Zurich. (more…)

Editions récentes

From December 14, 2007, until March 15, 2008
Opening on December 13, from 6pm
View of the exhibition <em>Editions récentes</em>, Centre d'édition contemporaine, Genève, 2008

View of the exhibition Editions récentes

François Curlet, Jérôme Leuba, Anne-Julie Raccoursier et Markus Schinwald

Presentation of recent editions of the CEC, in particular those realized as gifts for the 2006 and 2007 members of the association of the Centre d’édition contemporaine: François Curlet, PUB-UP (mini portfolio of five facsimile), 2007 and Jérôme Leuba, battlefield#39 (colour poster), 2007

Otra de Vaqueros (Redux), BAC, Genève

Exhibition and edition
From June 23 to September 2, 2007
View of the exhibition, CEC, 2007

View of the exhibition, CEC, 2007

With Sean Snyder (Berlin), Jeremy Deller (Londres), Karl Holmqvist (Stockholm/Berlin), Bernadette Corporation (Paris/Berlin), Artemio (Mexico), Reena Spaulings (New York), Bruno Serralongue (Paris), Claire Fontaine (Paris), Jennifer Allora-Guillermo Calzadilla (San Juan), Jay Chung & Q Takeki Maeda (Berlin/Düsseldorf), Mario García-Torres (Los Angeles/Mexico) et Minerva Cuevas (Mexico).

Habitat/Variations, BAC, Genève

From June 23 until September 2, 2007
Opening on June 22, 2007, from 6pm
Symposium: Saturday, June 23, 2007, from 2 to 7 pm, directed by the architect Juan Herreros
Upon invitation of the Centre d’édition contemporaine and of the Centre d’Art Contemporain at BAC – Bâtiment d’art contemporain, Geneva

Where to live, and how? This exhibition offers a reflection on projects by artists and architects who think about living conditions and challenge this question in their work. These projects come from various contexts that, for the major part, are situated at the junction of architecture and art, Utopia and reality, individual and collective space. Some of these projects document very active emerging urban forms and ask complex economical, political, and social questions which traditional notions of urbanism disregard.
If we think of the city as “a series of strata and styles, of icons and cultural practices which bring together constructions from the past, tradition, as well as these new projects and ideas for the future”1, can the different projects that will be presented really transform, or at least question, the way specialists, the State and users tackle the problem of living conditions? (more…)

The Missing Evidence

Exhibition from May 26 to September 17, 2006
Opening on Thursday May 25 (Ascension Day), from 6 pm
View of the exhibition <em>The Missing Evidence</em>, Centre d'édition contemporaine, Genève, 2006. Photo: © Sandra Pointet

View of the exhibition The Missing Evidence

John M Armleder, Marcel Broodthaers, François Curlet, Trisha Donnelly and Pierre Vadi

« Fiction can help to fin both the truth and what if hides. »
Marcel Broodthaers

The Missing Evidence is an exhibition aiming to explore strategies of mystification towards which tend certain artists, playing of their status of creators. It takes to witness the emblematic figure of Bas Jan Ader (1942-1975). The artist, mysteriously gone missing at sea at age of 33, during his performance-trip entitled In the Search of the Miraculous.
This conceptual Dutch artist, whom art was a voyage just as real as metaphorical, chose to cross the Atlantic alone on a sailboat from the United States. Upon his arrival, an exhibition was planned at the Groninger Museum (Holland) to present works realized during his voyage. (more…)

Accrochage des éditions 1995-2005

Exhibition from April 5 to May 6, 2006
KLAT, <em>EVIL TALK</em>, 1999

KLAT, EVIL TALK, 1999

Editions from 1995 to 2005 for the members of Cec

Olivier Mosset (1995) : Sans titre, engraving chisel, black / white;
Fabrice Gygi (1996) : Sans titre, displays, screen color;
Elena Montesinos (1997) : Love it, blotter, plastic bag;
Elke Krystufek (1998) : Economical Love, poster, offset color;
Klat (1999) : EVIL TALK, affiche, sérigraphie noir/blanc;
Alexandre Bianchini (2000) : Sans titre, displays, serigraphy black / white;
Jakob Kolding (2001) : Sans titre, displays, offset black / white;
Karl Holmqvist (2002) : CECI N’EST QU’UNE ILLUSION, plastic bag, screen;
Mai-Thu Perrret (2003) : Sculptures of Pure Self-Expression, series of five ceramics;
No More Lights on My Starguitar (2004) : compilation rock ‘n’ roll performed by Bruno Dürr, vinyl, 33 rpm;
et Christophe Rey (2005) : Washington, color photography.

Quelques éditions…

Florian Pumhösl, Etudes abstraites, 2004

Florian Pumhösl, Etudes abstraites

John M. Armleder, gravures, 1992
Monica Bonvicini, Eternmale, 2002
Jakob Kolding, lambda print & Posters, 2001/2003
Mai-Thu Perret, 5 Sculptures of Pure Self-Expression, 2004
Florian Pumhösl, Etudes abstraites, 2004
Heimo Zobernig, Sans titre, 1996

No More Lights On My Starguitar

 Party March 3, 2005 at 18:00
Exhibition from March 4 to April 30, 2005

Presentation of No More Lights On My Starguitar, vinyl, 33 rpm , 12 soundtracks from Albert Angelo (GB), John Armleder (GE), Ana Axpe (GE), Kim Sop Boninsegni (GE), Bruno Dürr (GE), Mossuraya (GE), Yanick Fournier (D), Benoit Guignat (FR), Baron Samedi (Elena Montesinos, C. Daesen and S. Mercier) (CH), Reynols (AR), SPLITt (Jacques Julien & Hugues Reip) (FR), Uusi Fantasia (FI), 1000 copies, edited by Made at Home Records and the Centre d’édition contemporaine, Geneva, 2005. This compilation of soundtracks (music, audio pieces) rock’n’roll inspired, gathered by Bruno Dürr, wants to prove wrong the idea always updated and outdated that rock is dead.
On this occasion, the vinyl will be offered to the 2004 members of Cec association.

 

Filière papier – Filière expo

Exhibition from October 31, 2003 to January 17, 2004
Opening Thursday October 30, 2003, from 6 PM
View of the exhibition <em>Paper field - exhibition Field</em>, Centre d'édition contemporaine, Genève, 2003

View of the exhibition Paper field – exhibition Field

In order to pursue our investigation into the field of the multiple and to consider it as a field of experimentation and test site, this year we have chosen to shift our perspective towards objects that straddle the border between the artistic and commercial systems. Throughout 2003 we have been showcasing publications that operate outside the constraints of traditional channels of distribution and communication, with multiples such as posters and portfolios, fanzines, Xerox books, newspapers and free magazines, distributed – before or after the exhibition – by hand, through the mail, or in public places such as bars, stores, galleries, art centers and museums, … (more…)

Finger No. 12
conventions/
Konventionen/
conventions

Exhibition at the centre d’édition contemporaine (cec), from May 23 to July 19, 2003
Opening Thursday, May 22, 2003, from 6 pm
View of the exhibition Finger No. 12 <em>conventions/Konventionen/conventions</em>, Centre d'édition contemporaine, Genève, 2003

View of the exhibition Finger No. 12 conventions/Konventionen/conventions

A collaboration between finger (artist collective based in Frankfurt-am-Main, Germany) and three graduating students – Aurélien Gamboni, Sloane Huguenin and Marion Ronca – from the CCC critical curatorial cybermedia postgraduate program of the Ecole supérieure des beaux-arts HES-Genève, and the centre d’édition contemporaine.

finger was founded in 1998. The group, composed today of four artists, Martin Brandt, Florian Haas, Claudia Hummel and Andreas Wolf, aims to undertake research in the form of “fieldwork”: mediating actions and alternative realizations which are later regularly documented in their eponymous publication.
A platform for discussion and exchange between artists and authors, finger deals with exhibitions, conferences and publications touching on the new phenomena, whether unconscious, popular, individual or more general which traverse contemporary society, at the level of the everyday, the local and the city, but also through larger economic, social and cultural movements: globalization, immigration, political and social conflicts, new technologies… (more…)

Animation: Vidéos

From September 17, 2002 to December 23, 2002
View of the exhibition <em>Animation: vidéos</em>, Centre d'édition contemporaine, Genève, 2002

View of the exhibition Animation: vidéos

One video every week, 7 days a week, 24 hours a day, visible from the street

With videos by Knut Åsdam (NO), Jonas Dahlberg (SE), Esra Ersen (TR), Vidya
Gastaldon (FR), Tommi Grönlund (FI), Elke Krystufek (AT), Olivier Nottellet
(FR), mvrdv (NL), Amy O’Neill (US), Pia Rönicke (DK), Markus Schinwald (AT),
Mika Taanila (FI), Pablo Vargas Lugo (MX), Paul Viaccoz (CH). (more…)

KIOSK (V)

From April 11 until May 15, 2002
View of the exhibition <em>KIOSK (V)</em>, Centre d'édition contemporaine, Genève, 2002

View of the exhibition KIOSK (V)

Group exhibition of a collective we are part of, with about 30 independent editors and alternative magazines gathered together by the editor Christoph Keller / Revolver – Archiv für aktuelle Kunst, Frankfurt.

The Centre d’édition contemporaine presents the Genevan session, after the ones in 2001 in Hamburg, Vienna, Düsseldorf, Berlin, and before the one in Frankfurt for Manifesta 4.
For the occasion, the CEC becomes a salon for reading, open for every reader, for consultation, with a subjective and instructive selection of independent, alternative and contemporary projects, editions, magazines, video and sound projects

A non-representational and informative selection
of independent publishing projects, alternative magazines,
and audio works on contemporary art,
compiled by Revolver – Archiv für aktuelle Kunst, Frankfurt,
with the help of many friends. (more…)

Affiches/Livres

From November 20, 2001 until January 12, 2002
View of the exhibition <em>Affiches/Livres</em>, Centre d'édition contemporaine, Genève, 2001

View of the exhibition Affiches/Livres

Posters: Jakob Kolding, Alexandre Bianchini, Vidya Gastaldon & Jean-Michel Wicker, KLAT, Elke Krystufek, Fabrice Gygi, Claude Lévêque
Books: Elke Krystufek, Alex Baladi, Thomas Hirschhorn, Claude Closky, Sigurdur Arni Sigurdsson, Stephan Landry, Marie Sacconi, Anne Pesce, Emmett Williams

Social Hackers

Exhibition from September 13, 2001 till November 11, 2001
Opening September 12, 2001, 6 PM
View of the exhibition <em>Social Hackers</em>, Centre d'édition contemporaine, Genève, 2001.

View of the exhibition Social Hackers

Two exhibitions on communication and power structures and nine free handouts available to the public in dispensers throughout the city of Geneva.

Artists: Jeremy Deller (GB) / Karl Holmqvist (SE)
Matthieu Laurette (F) / Gunilla Klingberg (SE)
Plamen Dejanov & Swetlana Heger (AT) / Jarno Jokinen & Katja Valanne (FI)
Claude Closky (F) / Tuomo Tammenpää (FI) and KLAT (CH)

Organised by NIFCA, FRAME and the Centre d’édition contemporaine in collaboration with Forde, Geneva. Curated by Cristina Ricupero (NIFCA) andb Paula Toppila (FRAME) (more…)

Editions

From July 3 until August 31, 2001
John Armleder, one of 21 etchings, 1992

John Armleder, one of 21 etchings

Choice of editions of the CEC (John M. Armleder, Rosemarie Trockel, Giuseppe Penone, Olivier Mosset, Karen Kilimnik, Jean-Michel Othoniel, Kristin Opp

Editions 2000

From September 28 until December 23, 2000
Sidney Stucki, Prototype 1, 2000

Sidney Stucki, Prototype 1

First exhibition in the new venue: Presentation of older and new editions, of which the 2000 editions:
– Alexandre Bianchini
– Laurence Huber and Marie-José Blanquet
– Sidney Stucki
And the older ones: Claude Closky – Jérôme Hentsch and Alain Julliard – Elke Krystufek – Stephan Landry – Elena Montesinos – Giuseppe Penone – Anne Pesce – Marie Sacconi – Roman Signer – Sigurdur Arni Sigurdsson – Rosemarie Trockel – …

Bring the Noise

From May 20 to june 16, 2000
View of the exhibition, cec, 2000

View of the exhibition, cec, 2000

On May 19, 2000, on the occasion of the opening, Elena Montesinos aka DJ Go Home and Gregor Von Schönborn aka DJ Crowdpleaser proposed a performance followed by a party Backstage on Fire.

Tommi Grönlund and Petteri Nisunen, Mika Vainio and Ilpo Väisänen, Carl Michael von Hausswolff
On a proposal by Cristina Ricupero (curator, Paris)

Before the Centre moves and to honor one last time the villa of 17 Malagnou, we chose a project that would leave only sounds occupy all the spaces of the house, erasing the distinction between showrooms and the rest of the building

Bourse du CGGC 1997-1999

From February 3 until March 31, 2000
View of the exhibition <em>Bourse du CGGC 1997-1999</em>, Centre d'édition contemporaine, Genève, 2000

View of the exhibition Bourse du CGGC 1997-1999

Exhibition of the winners of the 1997-99 CGGC Prize

1997: Roland Herzog and Olaf Probst
Olaf Probst (born in 1962, lives and works in Munich)
Roland Herzog (born in 1967, lives and works in Zurich)

1998: Marieke Palocsay-Degaïchia and Tony Morgan
Marieke Palocsay-Degaïchia (born in 1970, lives and works in Geneva)
Tony Morgan (born in 1938, lives and works in Geneva)

1999: Delphine Kreuter
Delphine Kreuter (born in 1973, lives and works in Paris)

Editions

Exhibition from May 3 to September 3, 1999

Exhibition of the Centre genevois de gravure contemporaine editions 1986 – 1998

The CGGC artistic program reflects the CGGC productions from 1986 to 1998: engraving, lithography, offset, multiple and artist book. Among the artists who previously collaborated with the Centre and whose works were exhibited on this occasion, particularly be mentioned the names of Ian Anüll, John M. Armleder, Alex Baladi, Alexandre Bianchini, Marcel Broodthaes*, Stéphane Brunner, Mourad Cheraït, Claude Closky, Philippe Favier, Nicolas Fernandez, Claude Gaçon, Fabrice Gygi, Alex Hanimann, Jérôme Hentsch et Alain Julliard, Thomas Hirschhorn, Andreas Hofer, Karen Kilimnik, Elke Krystufek, Simon Lamunière, Stephan Landry, Claude Lévêque, Christian Lindow, Henri Michaux*, Elena Montesinos, Olivier Mosset, Kristin Oppenheim, Giuseppe Penone, Anne Pesce, Marie Sacconi, Roman Signer, Sigurdur Arni Sigurdsson, Rosemarie Trockel, Emmett Williams, Heimo Zobernig.

*Catalogue

One Step Backwards: Books,
prints, videos, 1998
LISTE 98, The Young Art Fair,
Usine Warteck, Bâle

Exhibition from 10 to 14 June 1998
Opening June 9, 1998

Collective manifestation – exhibition with works , editions , installations , performances and video screenings or dias from Alex Baladi, Alexandre Bianchini, Cosima von Bonin, Mourad Cheraït, Claude Closky, Adam Dant, Alain Declercq, Jeremy Deller, Andreas Exner, Nicolás Fernández, Claude Gaçon, Vidya Gastaldon & Jean-Michel Wicker, Jakob Gautel, Fabrice Gygi, Mathilde ter Heijne, Thomas Hirschhorn, Laurence Huber, Klat, Koo Jeong-A, Elke Krystufek, Yves Levasseur, Claude Lévêque, Elena Montesinos, Gianni Motti, Honoré d’O, Kristin Oppenheim, Anne Pesce, Christophe Rey, Allen Ruppersberg, Alain Séchas, Luc Tuymans, Heimo Zobernig.

lithographs

 Exhibition from March 16 to May 30, 1998
Opening March 14, 1998

Presentation of the editions of the Centre genevois de gravure contemporaine between 1993 and 1996 .

Multiples of the Centre genevois de gravure contemporaine

Exhibition from October 31 to November 30, 1997
Opening October 30, 1997
On 30 October 1997, conferencemeeting with Véronique Bacchetta.

Presentation of the editions of John Armleder, Nicolás Fernández, Thomas Hirschhorn, Karen Kilimnik, Claude Lévêque, Olivier Mosset, Kristin Oppenheim, Jean-Michel Othoniel, Giuseppe Penone, Marie Sacconi, Sigurdur Arni Sigurdsson, Rosemarie Trockel. École des Beaux-Arts de Metz.

 

Eté 97

Exhibition from September 26 to December 13, 1997
Opening September 26, 27, 28 during the day and evening

Continuously event over three days and exhibition of works, installations, performances and video projections and films. With Alexandre Bianchini, Henry Bond, Mourad Cheraït, Claude Closky, Jeanne Dunning, Olafur Eliasson, Andreas Exner, Urs Fischer, Mathilde ter Heijne, Jérôme Hentsch, Thomas Hirschhorn, Laurence Huber, Fabio Jaramillo et Sidney Stucki, Karen Kilimnik, Elke Krystufek, Yves Levasseur, Aernout Mik, Kristin Oppenheim, Alix Pearlstein, Lisa May Post, Marie Sacconi, Hinrich Sachs et Marylène Negro (as surprise guest), Rosemarie Trockel, Carl Emanuel Wolff, Heimo Zobernig. Video on request : Jeanne Dunning, Nicolás Fernández, Gianni Motti, Jean-Michel Othoniel, Alix Pearlstein, Christophe Rey, B. Toguo Tamokoué, Luc Tuymans, Anne Pesce.

Hinrich Sachs

B. Toguo Tamokoué

Exhibition from April 18 to May 31, 1997
Opening April 17, 1997
Hinrich Sachs – B. Toguo Tamokoué, vue de l’exposition, 1997

Hinrich Sachs – B. Toguo Tamokoué, view of the exhibition, 1997

The next exhibition of the Centre genevois de gravure contemporaine will be dedicated to two young artists: Toguo Tamokoué (born in 1967 in Cameroon, lives and works in Grenoble, Düsseldorf and Abidjan) and Hinrich Sachs (born in 1962 in Osnabrück, lives and works in Hamburg) who received both the purse of CGGC / 1996, giving them the opportunity to produce an edition in engraving or in any technical feasible in our workshops. This exhibition is the result of several coincidences, among others, the choice of our jury that focused on two artists who wanted to meet and who, further to their meeting, projected a common journey in Ivory Coast. This project was developed on the basis of their respective personal experiences and their linguistic and artistic journey: each of them lived the experience of immigration and had to leave a native language to a foreign language. Thus, their history and their artistic practice led them to end up in Europe today, and maybe tomorrow in Africa.

Gravures et Multiples

 Exhibition from January 25 to March 29, 1997
Opening January 25, 1997

Presentation of the editions of Alexandre Bianchini, Claude Closky , Nicolás Fernández, Fabrice Gygi , Alex Hanimann Jérôme Hentsch and Alain Julliard, Thomas Hirschhorn, Karen Kilimnik , Stephan Landry, Claude Leveque, Olivier Mosset , Kristin Oppenheim, Jean- Michel Othoniel , Giuseppe Penone Anne Pesce , Marie Sacconi, Roman Signer , Sigurdur Arni Sigurdsson , Rosemarie Trockel , Luc Tuymans , Emmett Williams.

Alexandre Bianchini,
Nicolás Fernández,
Jérôme Hentsch
et
Alain Julliard

Exhibition from June 21 to September 21, 1996
On 20 June 1996 , on the occasion of the opening,
projection of super 8 film of Alexander Bianchini,
Detroit is Circle in one of artist workshops of the Centre.

If Alexandre Bianchini, Nicolás Fernández, Jérôme Hentsch and Alain Julliard are not part of a group, they participate in a joint discussion where the questioning of art and function play an important part. (Véronique Bacchetta , extract from the press release)

Alexandre Bianchini, Le Théâtre de la nature d’Oklahoma, installation.

Nicolás Fernández, Ils nous ont vendu,Table, Tu es entré et tu es sorti. Maman, Ils nous ont vendu, Ils nous ont acheté, Ils nous ont donné, Tu m’as donné, Je t’ai donné, Vos mères se souviendront de vous, Banc, Embrasure and Ils nous ont écrit, installation with woodcuts, cardboard and other materials.

Jérôme Hentsch et Alain Julliard, Conte d’auteurs, two projections Super 8 films ,facing and show on a loop in a specially space made ​​for that purpose, objects and text.

On the occasion of this exhibition, each artist has produced an edition :
Alexandre Bianchini, Detroit on Circle, super 8 mm films, colour, 3’, 24 im/sec, edition of 12 plus 2 A.P. and 2 H.C., numbered. Sound: Minus, Robert Hood / Maurizio 05, basic channel / Vertical, Jeff Mills, Axis 008 / Growth, Jeff Mills, Axis 10 / Detroit on circle, Robert Hood / Internal empire, Robert Hood / Mike Inke, Studio 1 / Version, Hubert Mean / DJ Sid, MG 004 / (excerpts). Edition of the Centre genevois de gravure contemporaine, Geneva, 1996.
Nicolás Fernández, Tu es entré et tu es sorti. Maman, woodcut, protection paper, 240 × 150 cm, edition of 4 plus 2 A.P. and 2 H.C., numbered, dated and signed.
Ils nous ont donné, woodcut, protection paper, 240 × 150 cm, edition of 4 plus 2 A.P. and 2 H.C., numbered, dated and signed.
Ils nous ont vendu, woodcut, protection paper, 240 × 150 cm, edition of 4 plus 2 A.P. and 2 H.C., numbered, dated and signed.
Ils nous ont acheté, woodcut, protection paper, 240 × 150 cm, edition of 4 plus 2 A.P. and 2 H.C., numbered, dated and signed.
Vos mères se souviendront de vous, woodcut, protection paper, 101 × 76 cm, edition of 6 plus 2 A.P. and 2 H.C., numbered, dated and signed.
Je t’ai donné, woodcut, protection paper, 96 × 73 cm, edition of 8 plus 2 A.P. and 2 H.C., numbered, dated and signed.
Tu m’as donné, woodcut, protection paper, 96 × 73 cm, edition of 8 plus 2 A.P. and 2 H.C., numbered, dated and signed.
Edition of the Centre genevois de gravure contemporaine, Geneva, 1996.
Jérôme Hentsch and Alain Julliard, Un bateau en papier, offset print on Zerkall-Bütten Ingres champagne vergé 90 g/m2 paper, 29.7 × 21 cm, in a cardboard jacket Invercote GX white 340 g/m2, 29.8 × 21.1 cm, edition of 60, numbered. Edition of the Centre genevois de gravure contemporaine, Geneva, 1996.
Alain Julliard and Jérôme Hentsch, Fond de commerce, silkscreen print on acetate, 45.5 × 21 cm, in a cardboard jacket Invercote GX blanc 340 g/m2, 46.5 × 42.4 cm, edition of 60, numbered. Edition of the Centre genevois de gravure contemporaine, Geneva, 1996.

Editions of the Centre genevois de gravure contemporaine

  Exhibition from June 9 to August 25, 1995
Opening June 8, 1995

Présentation of the éditions of John Armleder, Marc-Camille Chaimowicz, Claude Closky, Alex Hanimann, Stephan Landry, Claude Lévêque, Christian Lindow, Olivier Mosset, Jean-Michel Othoniel, Giuseppe Penone, Marie Sacconi, Sigurdur A. Sigurdsson, Emmett Williams. Bibliothèque de la Part-Dieu, Lyon.

Estampes et photographies
Yves Gevaert éditeur, Bruxelles

Exhibition from January 26 to March 11, 1995
Opening January 25, 1995
View of the exhibition, 1995

View of the exhibition, 1995

Presentation of works by Jean-Marc Bustamante, Photographs 1977-1982, 1993; Rodney Graham Interiors. The Berlin Studies of Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm, 1993; Thomas Schütte, United Enemies: A Play in ten scenes, 1994; Jan Vercruysse, Neuf projets pour la couverture d’une revue en huit plus une livraison, 1991.

Prints and photographs published by Yves Gevaert, editor, Brussels

Éditions, 1986-1992

Exhibition of 20 November 1992 to 16 January 1993
Opening November 19, 1992

Presentation of the editions of Ian Anüll, John Armleder, Françoise Bridel, Stéphane Brunner, Marc Camille Chaimowicz, Philippe Favier, Andreas Hofer, Stephan Landry, Christian Lindow, Jean-Michel Othoniel, Anne Pesce, Laurence Pittet, Marie Sacconi, Roman Signer, Jean Stern, Emmett Williams.

Parkett

Exhibition from April 16 to May 30, 1992
Opening April 15, 1992

Exhibition of editions of the magazine PARKETT, 1984-1992. Engravings and multiples.

Complete list
of exhibitions
(pdf)
(1989—2020)
 

 
LIST
OF
GROUP SHOWS
 


2020

Metallica


2019

Open accrochage, editions
of
Spring Sale Time


2018

Valentin Carron, Marc Camille Chaimowicz, François Curlet…


2017

Edited by the CEC!
Focus: Mélanie Matranga
Presentation of the edition
Jean-Michel Wicker
Belle étiquette


2016

Presentation of the book
Mathis Gasser
In the Museum 1 2 (3),
Regulators 1 2 n
Presentation of the edition
Artists’ Voices
Artists’ Voices
Prolongation


2015

Artists’ Voices
Extract


2014

WINTER SALE
AND
ALPHABET EDITIONS


2013

Edited!


2012

Posters
Salon des Dames
Nouvelles éditions


2011

Abstractions sentimentales et quelques éditions, Cneai, Paris


2010

“Encadrées”
Fröhliche Gesellschaft,
Parrotta Contemporary Art, Stuttgart


2009

Editions vs. objets
T. Quelques possibilités de textes
EDITIONS (suite…)


2008

EDITIONS (2004-2008)
L’Effet papillon, 1989-2007
Editions récentes


2007

Otra de Vaqueros (Redux), BAC, Genève
Habitat/Variations, BAC, Genève


2006

The Missing Evidence
Accrochage des éditions 1995-2005


2005

Quelques éditions…
No More Lights On My Starguitar


2003

Filière papier – Filière expo
Finger No. 12
conventions/
Konventionen/
conventions


2002

Animation: Vidéos
KIOSK (V)


2001

Affiches/Livres
Social Hackers
Editions


2000

Editions 2000
Bring the Noise
Bourse du CGGC 1997-1999


1999

Editions


1998

One Step Backwards: Books,
prints, videos, 1998
LISTE 98, The Young Art Fair,
Usine Warteck, Bâle
lithographs


1997

Multiples of the Centre genevois de gravure contemporaine
Eté 97
Hinrich Sachs

B. Toguo Tamokoué
Gravures et Multiples


1996

Alexandre Bianchini,
Nicolás Fernández,
Jérôme Hentsch
et
Alain Julliard


1995

Editions of the Centre genevois de gravure contemporaine
Estampes et photographies
Yves Gevaert éditeur, Bruxelles


1992

Éditions, 1986-1992
Parkett

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OF
ARTISTS


LIST
OF
GROUP SHOWS