Stéphane Pencréac'h starting Sympathy for the Devil in 2005
Marie-Ange Guilleminot reviewing Nuancier in 2004.
Vue du stand à la FIAC 2004. Première présentation du "Nuancier", et à droite des monotypes de Sicilia.
José Maria Sicilia
In 2004, for the exhibition Contrepoint at the Louvre Museum, the museum, for the first time, invited 11 contemporary artists to create temporary installations in its galleries. For nearly a year, in a unique collaboration with José Maria Sicilia, Michael Woolworth invented a system for printing lithographs on plaster blocks, recreating the patterns on an ancient Islamic rug from the Louvre’s collection. The resulting work, measuring 3 x 9 meters, was temporarily installed where the original is ordinarily on display.
Days before leaving for the Contrepoint show at the Louvre Museum in 2004.
José Maria Sicilia experimenting and looking on during final stages of proofing for Louvre project in 2004.
Le tirage de certaines des pages du livre d'artiste de Vincent Corpet sèchent. A gauche, des tirages suspendus de Jacques Bosser pour le compte de la Galerie La Navire de Brest.
In 2002, Vincent Corpet was invited to the Atelier to work on several print projects for our editions and is seen here working on large monotypes.
Plusieurs monotypes en cour de réalisation.
Jean François Maurige
Partial view of booth at art fair FIAC in Paris 1999. A very rare and unusual edition of 7 by French painter Jean-François Maurige in woodcut made for the event. The woodcut shapes were printed in and outside of throwaway construction sacks, filled with wall parts.