To mark the tenth anniversary of the Atlas project, which consists of photographing its first seven paintings in the context of the world's major cities, Lutanie editions are publishing a book accompanied by a text by Paul Ardenne.
“The art of The Atlas is geodesic: it takes place in specific places that it highlights as “places”, as spatial “poles”. It doesn't matter what these places are, if they are “without quality” or known, not referenced in the common geographical memory or, conversely, prestigious. These places “are”, and first of all for this reason: all are places of life. Places of nothing, major places, tourist places, in the center, on the outskirts, it doesn't matter. Each signature painting takes its place, placed on the edge or on one of the corners of its frame. Through him, the artist draws his own atlas, made from the sum of his movements. »
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