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Raoul Reynolds: a retrospective exhibition catalog

Contributed by Matthieu Salvaggio on Sep 7th, 2018. Artwork published in
circa 2018
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    Raoul Reynolds: a retrospective exhibition catalog 1
    Asia Trianda. License: All Rights Reserved.

    Raoul Reynolds: a retrospective is dedicated to a set of works attributed to Raoul Reynolds (1882–1969), an artist that embraces and combines references to the art movements of the past, while bringing them into a field of experimentation which can lead to the re-elaboration and reinterpretation of both history and art history.

    A project of Amandine Guruceaga and Francesca Zappia, published by Poursuite and designed by Asia Trianda, the publication follows the exhibition Raoul Reynolds: a retrospective, shown in 2016 at the Glasgow International Festival in Scotland and at the Friche la Belle de Mai on the occasion of the Rentrée de l’Art Contemporain in Marseille.

    Raoul Reynolds: a retrospective exhibition catalog 2
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    Raoul Reynolds: a retrospective exhibition catalog 3
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    • Apoc
    • Lora
    • Archivo (Omnibus)

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    4 Comments on “Raoul Reynolds: a retrospective exhibition catalog”

    1. Ryo Wazza says:
      Sep 8th, 2018  12:02 pm

      Just out of curiosity, what is the sans typeface used inside the catalog?

    2. Sep 9th, 2018  5:32 pm

      The sans font is Archivo from Omnibus

    3. Sep 9th, 2018  8:12 pm

      Merci, Matthieu! Added.

    4. Sep 19th, 2018  1:04 pm

      Thanks, Matthieu! Great job :)

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