MAKE, DO, WITH — FAIRE AVEC
152 pages
Paraguay Press (English/French), 2022

Éric Baudelaire’s films and exhibitions are often created in collaboration with the people whose experiences they explore. Rethinking the documentary form, they question the modes of production and consumption of images. In Baudelaire’s new monograph “Make, Do, With,” Erika Balsom and Marcella Lista trace the connection between those two fields of experience –films and exhibitions– in two texts that are themselves part of a long-term dialogue between the artist and the two authors.

UNE FLEUR À LA BOUCHE
Adapted from Luigi Pirandello by Anne-Louise Trividic and Éric Baudelaire
64 pages
Poulet-Malassis Press, 2021

Facsimile of the annotated shooting script of A Flower in the Mouth, edited as a limited edition artist book.


THE MUSIC OF RAMÓN RAQUELLO AND HIS ORCHESTRA & OTHER STORIES
228 pages
Witte de With/Tabakalera, 2017

An artist book that brings together research, images and historical source materials, published on the occasion of the exhibition The Music of Ramón Raquello and his Orchestra at the [formerly known as] Witte de With and Tabakalera.

ANABASES
Homay King, Morad Montazani, Jean-Pierre Rehm, Pierre Zaoui
304 pages
Archive Books, 2014

A book conceived as a conversation around the notion of anabasis, with texts by philosopher Pierre Zaoui, art historians Homay King and Morad Montazami, and film theorist Jean-Pierre Rehm. Anabasis is a word used since Xenophon to describe a period of ‘uncertain wandering without guidance’ through unknown and dangerous lands that ends when one returns home. Along with original texts by the authors, each chapter collects chronologies, archival photos, maps and other documentary materials at the root of projects in the cycle Anabases, and The Anabasis of May and Fusaka Shigenobu, Masao Adachi […]



LETTERS TO MAX
154 pages
Poulet-Malassis Press, 2014

Abkhazia is something of a paradox: a country that exists, in the physical sense of the word (a territory with borders, a government, a flag, a language), yet it has no legal existence because for almost twenty years it was not recognized by any other nation state. And so Abkhazia exists without existing, caught in a liminal space, a space in between realities. Which is why my first letter to Max was something of a message in a bottle thrown at sea.

An artist book published on the occasion of The Secession Sessions