MAD#3 — Multiple Art Days



Multiple Art Days

Past: May 26 → 28, 2017

A new, annual fair for limited art editions of all kinds, MAD will present, over a 3-day period, a wide spectrum of contemporary styles, from zines to rare objects: prints, multiples, artists’ books, videos, audio CDs, vinyls… Co-curated by Sylvie Boulanger, director of the cneai =, and printer-publisher Michael Woolworth, at the invitation by the maison rouge, MAD is proposing three days of talks and performances, as well as the first edition of Adagp’s Revelation prize for Young Talents in Artist’s Books.

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Paul Armand Gette, Cinématographies, 2017 Produit et publié par mfc-michèle didier

Much more than a fair, MAD revolves around the figure of the publisher, the most independent and versatile actor in today’s art world, taking over the entire space of the maison rouge, an institution dedicated to contemporary creation: 100 international publishers, selected for the quality of their prospectus; in an original, innovative setting designed by Roch Deniau.

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Claude Lévêque, Sans Titre, 2016 Sérigraphie sur Rivoli 300gr — 70 × 50 cm Collection Quality Prints © Tchikebe

During those three days, the fair will also feature the MAD TALKS program: a series of performances, conversations and panel discussions on editorial trends in contemporary art with artists, writers, printers, curators, publishers, graphic designers, dealers and collectors from around the world.

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EAT and DIE, Infants in the field of war, 2009 Edition limitée de 10 exemplaires Texte de Marcia Pally. © Bartleby & Co
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10, bd. de la Bastille

75012 Paris

T. 01 40 01 08 81 — F. 01 40 01 08 83

Quai de la Rapée

Opening hours

Wednesday – Sunday, 11 AM – 7 PM
Late night on Thursday until 9 PM

Admission fee

Full rate €10.00 — Concessions €7.00

Accès gratuit sous conditions

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