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Antoine Wagner

MINT (view video below for detail condition)

Publisher - The Fridge, New York, USA.

36 pp
35cm x 49cm

Limited Edition of 20
Numbered and Hand Signed by the artist

(Final sale, no returned allowed, shipping free.)

Limited edition, artist-handcrafted book that delves into the enchanting world of Yakushima Island, Japan.
Each book has been handbound in Paris, France and comes with a unique work on paper signed by the artist.
Please allow up to 2 months for delivery depending on availabilities.

Antoine Wagner is a French-American contemporary artist and film director who works in the fields of sculpture, paintings, drawings, film, performance, photography, sound and installation. His work explores the connectivity between nature, geography, mythology and the sublime as well as themes of resurrection and identity. The institutions that have presented the artist’s work include The Tiroler Festispiele Erl, Austria (2022), Les Archives Nationales, Paris, France ( Nuit Blanche 2021), The National Gallery of Armenia (2019), The New World Center Miami, Florida, USA (2018), The Goethe Institute Tokyo, Japan, (2018), The Deck Museum, Singapore (2018) ,The Voelkerkunde Museum Hamburg, Germany (2014-15), the Collection Lambert en Avignon, France (2014), The Theater of St Gallen Switzerland (2013) and The Palazzo Vendramin Venice, Italy (2013).

Wagner received a bachelor of Arts (2005) in Theater from Northwestern University and a joint Bachelor of Science in Political science (2005) from Northwestern University and Sciences Po Paris. After a continuing studies program at NYU Tisch (2007) Wagner assisted palme d’or winner Michael Haneke. The artist has completed two residency programs: Bob Wilson at the Watermill Foundation in NY (2005) and the summer program at the Villa Medici Rome, Italy (2014). Wagner is the prize winner of the Prix Lyrique Pierre Berge (2013) for his publication with the Verlag for Moderne Kunst Wagner in der Schweiz.

Wagner’s most recent work, the Impossible Forest, is a collaborative platform raising awareness for land preservation through Art.