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For the last few years, the CAPC Musée d'art contemporain de Bordeaux has developed a series of publications devoted in particular to the installations exhibited in the nave of the CAPC. Over the past 40 years, these installations have been part of several majestic and ambitious projects and have contributed to the museum's renown. This series seeks to pay homage and to showcase these large-scale productions. The graphic design of this project has been entrusted to Studio Manuel Raeder. For the publications, the emphasis has been put on the image in a suitable format, characterised by a radical design.

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Catalogue for le plan flexible, a solo show by Leonor Antunes at CAPC – Musée d’Art Contemporain de Bordeaux, November 2015 – March 2016. In 2017, CAPC – Musée d’art contemporain de Bordeaux introduced a new series of publications dedicated to the installations exhibited in the nave of the CAPC over the past 40 years. Studio Manuel Raeder was chosen to design the publications of this series. The first publication in the series, documenting the exhibition le plan flexible by Leonor Antunes, makes use of different kinds and qualities of paper to play with the effects of transparency and visual superpositions, characteristic of the artist’s work. The book includes an interview with the artist as well as an excerpt from a historical text by Anni Albers (“The Pliable Plane”), which inspired the title of Leonor Antunes’s exhibition.

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CAPC Musée d’Art Contemporain de Bordeaux, November 17, 2016 – March 26, 2017. In 2017, CAPC – Musée d’art contemporain de Bordeaux introduced a new series of publications dedicated to the installations exhibited in the nave of the CAPC over the past 40 years. Studio Manuel Raeder was chosen to design the publications of this series. The second book in the series documents Rosa Barba’s exhibition De la source au poème and her eponymous video installation: an investigation on cultural legacy and spaces of memory. Designed as an artist’s book, the publication offers a rich and poetic journey to the heart of the exhibition, and features an interview with the artist.

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The catalogue of the duo's exhibition at CAPC, featuring a new site-specific work and a series of performed or filmed actions. A project about situations of reversal, confronting the exogenous realities of the enterprise, the working-class, and the museum.

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A comprehensive documentation on Ruth Ewan's installation at CAPC, a tangible plastic version of the revolutionary calendar. As part of the cultural season Liberté! Bordeaux 2019, the CAPC has invited the Scottish artist Ruth Ewan to exhibit in its iconic nave. It Rains, It Rains borrows its title from the folk tune “Il pleut, il pleut, bergère” written by the French revolutionary poet, actor and politician Fabre d'Églantine, who is said to have calmly recited the lyrics of his song before his execution in 1794.

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