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Duplex100m2 & Contemporary art in BiH

Duplex100m2 & Contemporary art in Bosnia & Herzegovina – 2004/2018

Art director : Pierre Courtin

Co writers: Jon Blackwood, Dunja Blazević, Sandra Bradvić, Aline Cateux,  Tobias Flessenkemper, Elma Hodzić, Irfan Hozić, Christophe Sollioz, Claudia Zini,

Book designer: Bojan Stojčić & Nina Knežević

Proof-Reading: Jon Blackwood

Editeur: Riveneuve 

Hard cover, 280 pages, 21x21cm, color, 800 copies

Printed in Sarajevo

This book would never have been produced without the successful Kickstarter campaign, the agnès b. endowment fund, the French Embassy in Sarajevo and the dadada organization.

Upcoming Launch book:

March 2019 / French Residency in Sarajevo, BiH

April 2019 / Le 61, Paris, France

April 2019 / Easttopics, Budapest, Hungary

Sarajevo – l*a*tribu*t de l’art – June 2017 – Published by Riveneuve Editions 

“Sarajevo – l*a*tribu*t de l’art”, edited by Pierre Courtin, Pierre-Philippe Freymond & Christophe Solioz presents a set of 19 exclusive interviews of Sarajevo-based artists belonging to different generations: Edo Numankadic, Nardina Zubanović, Emina Kujundžić, Edin Zubčević, Almir Kurt, Daniel Premec, Nela Hasanbegović, Asim Ðelilović, Gordana Anđelić-Galić, Adela Jušić, Pierre Courtin, Nenad Dizdarević, Danis Tanović, Damir Imamović, Aleksandra Nina Knežević, Mak Hubjer, Paul Lowe, Dante Buu, Andrej Ðerković.

The interviews were realized in Sarajevo by students from the “Collège de Genève” during their “Art Study Trip” which took place end of March 2017 in the framework of the “Philosophy of the City” lecture given by their philosophy professor Christophe Solioz.

This project was done in partnership with the Gallery Duplex 100 m2 (Sarajevo).

This 160 pages strong art book is published by Riveneuve Editions (Paris) and Duplex 100m2 (Sarajevo) and printed in Sarajevo by Amos Graf.

The layout is done by Aleksandra Nina Knežević.

Introduction to Contemporary Art in BiH – August 2015 – Published by Duplex100m2

Author : Jon Blackwood / Graphik-Design : Maja Zeco

This  will be the first ever book on contemporary art in Bosnia & Herzegovina, in any language.

The book derives from a period of three years of research and participatory observation around the differing art activities in BiH. In a challenging contextual essay, the key drivers of contemporary art in the country are conside

Covert-page,-Jon-Blackwoodred. The main themes discussed are the legacy of the 1992-95 war, the collapse of infrastructure, informality, futavizam, art activism and politics, art and the environment, Yugoslavism, and diaspora.

In addition to fleshing out these broader themes, the book will consider key works of contemporary art in grater detail, in order to open out the complex interplay of these themes in individual works.

Lavishly illustrated, the book will provide a key starting point both for the general and the academic reader, and will stand as a guide to BiH art for many years to come.

About the Author

Jon Blackwood, originally from Glasgow, has an MA and Ph.D in the history of art from the Courtauld Institute, University of London. He is particularly interested in curating contemporary art, contemporary art in times of transition, and the cultural geography of art.

He was active in Sarajevo from 2011-14, curating exhibitions, researching, and writing critical essays for the cultural portal Sarajevo Culture Bureau. Jon now teaches Critical and Contextual Studies at Grays School of Art, Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen; he continues to divide his time between Scotland, Bosnia-Herzegovina, and Macedonia; his book of interviews Contemporary Macedonian Artists Talking is die to be published in Skopje in 2016.

Duplex10m2 Inventory Book – July 2012 – Published by Duplex10m2

Author : Pierre Courtin & friends / Graphik-Design : Nina Knežević


Open or download Duplex10m2 Exhibitions Inventory 2004-2011 in PDF format.

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Book signature at the Flammarion bookstore in Pompidou Museum, invited by Alexis Argyroglo, September 2012.

Vitrine by Nina Knežević