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How we think and do art today, some books I selected from the library

Seize caisses en bois découpées au laser, assemblage sans colle, seize livres, titres et auteurs écrits sur le mur à la main, projet spécifique pour l’exposition The Graduals

Ensemble de livres sélectionnés dans la librairie de l’espace d’exposition en fonction de leur sujet autour de la fabrique de l’art, du contexte de l’artiste, de l’écriture d’une exposition, mis dans en boites aux dimensions de chaque livre le temps de l’exposition.

Livres sélectionnés:

Seven Days in the Art World
by Sarah Thornton

The Artist as an Instigator of Changes in Social Cognition and Behaviour
by Stephen Willats

Creating Great Visitor Experiences: A Guide for Museums, Parks, Zoos, Gardens, and Libraries
by Stephanie Weaver

What Students Need to Know: Graduate Training in Museum Studies
by Marjorie Schwarzer

A user's Guide to the Brain
by John J. Ratey

Consumer Behavior
by Jerry C. Olson

Learning by doing
by Richard Dufour, Rebecca DuFour, Robert Eaker and Thomas Many

Soft Subversions: Texts and Interviews 1977—1985
by Fèlix Guattari

Owning Art: The Contemporary Art Collector's Handbook
by Louisa and Judith Greer

Radical Alterity
by Jean Baudrillard and Marc Guillaume

Are You Working Too Much? Post-Fordism, Precarity, and the Labor of Art
by Franco Berardi Bifo, Keti Chukhrov, Diedrich Diederichsen,
Antke Engel, Liam Gillick, Tom Holert, Lars Bang Larsen, Marion von Osten, Precarious Workers Brigade, Irit Rogoff, and Hito Steyerl

What Makes a Great Exhibition ?
by Paula Marincola

Understanding International Art Markets and Management
by Iain Robertson

The Spectacle of now
by Waterfall magazine

Global Art (Art to Hear)
by Silvia von Bennigsen, Irene Gludowacz and Susanne van Hagen

The future of art
by Ingo Niermann, Erik Niedling, Chus Martinez

Collection Rami Farook

@ Jean-Baptiste Wejman 2007/2023