Photobooks published by Fondation Cartier

Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain is a corporate patronage structure that supports artists and promotes contemporary art (photography, but not only). It is also an important exhibition space in Paris, France and a publishing house since its creation in 1984.

Among the photographer that have been exhibited in the galleries of the foundation, with associated books or catalogues: Malick Sidibé ("Bamako 1962-1976" - 1995, "Mali Twist" - 2017), Francesca Woodman (Catalogue d'exposition, 1998), William Eggleston (Catalogue d'exposition - 2001, "Paris" - 2009), Hiroshi Sugimoto (Conceptual Forms, 2004), Rinko Kawauchi ("Cui-Cui", 2005), Juergen Teller (Do you Know What I Mean, 2006), Raymond Depardon ("Villes / Cities / Städte" - 2007, "Bolivia" - 2017, "Rural" - 2020), Patti Smith ("Land 250", 2008), Fernell Franco ("Cali clair-obscur", 2016), Daido Moriyama ("Daido Tokyo", 2016), David Lynch ("Nudes", 2017), Claudia Andujar ("La lutte Yanomani", 2020).

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  • Presentation by Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain :  " During the 1990s and 2000s, Raymond Depardon crisscrossed agricultural France with his 6 x 9 view camera. From this exploration of the rural world, he made black-and-white photographs that tell the story of the land, the people, manual labour, the isolation and fragility of small farms, but...

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