From September 7 to October 7, Galerie Maeght highlights its printing savoir- faire and presents limited editions of its iconic review Derrière le Miroir, Duos collection, its rarest artbooks and prints.
Since 1964, artists, poets and craftsmen have met and worked together at Arte, the Maeght print shop, bringing their signature passion into the printing processes.
Maeght is known worldwide for offering total creative liberty to artists, who can access a range of traditional and innovative techniques : carborundum, etching, lithograph, linocut among others.
With more than 12000 printed works, Maeght is one of the most important publishers of art books which perpetuating the familial tradition with the help of contemporary artists, designers and poets such as Ivan Alechine, Marco Del Re, Patrick Depin, Olivier Gagnère, Vénus Khoury-Ghata, Ra’anan Levy, Pierre Roy-Camille and Julie Safirstein.
From September 7 to October 7, Galerie Maeght highlights its printing savoir- faire and presents limited editions of its iconic review Derrière le Miroir, Duos collection and its rarest artbooks such as : La liberté des Mers by George Braque and Pierre Reverdy, Fêtes by Alexander Calder and Jacques Prévert, Et Sur la Terre by Marc Chagall and André Malraux, Adonides by Joan Miró and Jacques Prévert, Poème maltais by Marco Del Re and Ivan Alechine, Ah! Sunflower by Safirstein( text by William Blake), among others. The lm ‘Miró Lithograph’ will be shown during the exhibition.