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Press kit

Available in English and French
by April 2nd
9,99 € - Free until April 30th

Published for the residence of the French contemporary artist Claude Lévêque
at Le Louvre Museum, the app provides a comprehensive panorama of the artist’s work. Many high quality documents are highlighted by a dedicated design and ergonomics. The app will follow the evolution of the artist’s projects by regular updates. A unique experience serving a protean contemporary work.

Discover through different paths:

• a selection of more than one hundred works

• twenty videos about major installations

• a reproduction of fifteen publications

• an exclusive audio interview with the artist
about music and sound in his work

• two photo shootings of the artist in his studio
and during the installation in the Louvre

•  a sound performance composed by Gerome Nox

•  a reproduction of a serie of invitation cards

• eleven essays by experts specializing in the work of the artist: Bruce Benderson, Christian Bernard, Nicolas Bourriaud, Timothy Chaillou, Arnaud Laporte, Michel Nurisdany, Philippe Régnier, Eric Troncy and Diane Watteau

• fifteen mysterious area

The app will follow the evolution of the artist’s
projects by regular updates.

Available in French and English

A project designed
and developed by ABM Studio

From April 2, 2014:

At Le Louvre Museum
for the installation of Claude Lévêque
under the pyramid

On the Appstore
to download the digital monograph

to discover our publications

The project is supported by Centre national
des arts plastiques

An Art Book Magazine app designed
and developped by ABM Studio

Concept and art direction: ABM Studio
Project manager: Jean-Luc Lemaire et Nicolas Ledoux
Developpement: Olivier Körner
Graphic Design: David Longuein assisted by Julie Guéguen and Camille Chauvin
Database manager: Julie Guéguen
Introducing video: music Gerome Nox,
editing Corentin Laplanche
Photographs: Pascal Béjean

Interviews: Nicolas Ledoux, recordings: Sophie Lemaire
Documents photographs: Antonin Caniparoli

Texts set in Reader, designed in 2009 by Anthony Sheret
& Edd Harrington for the Colophon foundry

Texts: de Christian Bernard, Bruce Benderson, Daniel Buren, Timothée Chaillou, Vincent Josse, Arnaud Laporte, Michel Nuridsany, Vitaly Patsiukov, Philippe Régnier, Éric Troncy, Diane Watteau et Vincent Josse de France Inter for l’Atelier
translated by Nicolas Balzamo, Nikolai Molok, Louise Rogers Lalaurie, Jeremy Stigter

With Armand Morin’s videos

Art Book Magazine
25 rue des cascades
75020 Paris - France