Un certain désordre No.1

@ Katayama, Mari

978-2957194711

New

Presentation by Fondation Antoine de Galbert:

" The monographs in this collection titled Un certain désordre are published by the Antoine de Galbert Foundation. Each book, published in a numbered edition of 300, features numerous reproductions of artworks alongside a text written by the artist him or herself.

The first edition of this collection is dedicated to the Japanese photographer Mari Katayama.

« Mari Katayama (born in 1987 in Saitama, Japan) explores the flaws in her own body to sublimate its beauty. In her poetic work, she presents her physical handicap in a disturbing way and transforms the prostheses she makes herself into real objects of experimentation. Suffering from tibial hemimelia, a rare congenital disease, Mari Katayama chose to have her legs amputated at the age of nine. Initiated to sewing by her grandmother, Mari Katayama creates phantasmagorical cocoons for her limbs and transcends her condition in photographic self-portraits revealing a disturbing beauty. »

          -- Sophie Bernard, from the catalogue Souvenirs de Voyage, collection Antoine de Galbert (Musée de Grenoble) "

Text by Mari Katayama in Japanese, French and English. 41 photographs.

96 pages - Hardcover

Fondation Antoine de Galbert, 2021 (300 copies)

Format : 17.5 x 21.5 cm

New - Mint condition

$36.62

Katayama, Mari

Mari Katayama is a Japanese photographer and artist. Born with only two fingers on her left hand and tibial hemimelia, a rare deficiency in which one leg bone is absent, Katayama amputated both her legs at the age of nine, and has since then transcend her condition by works she creates with her prosthetics, intricately embroidered objects and also self-portrait photography, using her own body as a living sculpture. She publishes her first book "GIFT" with United Vagabonds in the spring of 2019 concurrently with her first solo exhibition in Europe, at the White Rainbow Gallery, London, between January 24th and March 2nd. In 2021, Fondation Antoine de Galbert, based in Paris, dedicates the first issue of its collection of monographs "Un certain désordre" to the work of Mari Katayama. © Self-portrait taken from the artist's Facebook page
  • .Back in stock - Signed copies!.Presentation by United Vagabonds:  "GIFT is a retrospective of her past works and evolution as an artist. Born with only two fingers on her left hand and tibial hemimelia, a rare deficiency in which one leg bone is absent, Katayama got both her legs amputated at the age of nine, and has since then transcended her condition...

    $74.38
    In Stock