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Books and Publications


  • Pit Land Against Sea - Paris in Spring is a Hipkiss-designed catalogue, available thanks to the POD art specialists, Blurb. Within its 44 pages, there is a detailed look at five Towers and several Capitules made for the Drawing Now salon in Paris in 2019, where we were represented by Galerie C. A short text explains a little more about the Pit Land Against Sea project. The softcover version (on 148 g/m² lustre paper) is 30 euros; e-book - 9,99 euros.

  • Élien, La Personnalité des animaux, translated into French (from ancient Greek) by Arnaud Zucker and featuring 17 illustrations by Hipkiss. This edition was produced, as part of a set, to mark the centenary of Les Belles Lettres, the esteemed Parisian publisher of classical literature. Softcover (25 euros) or e-book (17,99 euros). In French.

  • Drawing Papers 136 - Hipkiss: Bulwark, the catalogue of the solo exhibition at The Drawing Center in 2018, with high-quality images of every work plus texts by the artists and then-director, Brett Littman. Though out-of-stock, it is available to read online. An email request to Lucia Zezza (via the link on the page) might raise the chances of a reprint. 106 pages, $15 when in print, from The Center's bookshop.

  • Catalogue of In Bester Gesellschaft (In the Best of Company), a group show at the drawing museum, Kupferstichkabinett, Berlin, in 2019. High-quality colour plates show the work of a variety of renowned artists, spanning several centuries of creation. Hipkiss' London in Europe is featured as a double spread. 88 pages, 10 euros. In German.

  • Catalogue of Sternstunde, a group show at Galerie Michael Haas, Berlin, in 2016. Featuring high-quality colour plates of artists including Picasso, Warhol, Baselitz, Dix and many others, including Hipkiss; the inside cover shows sketches of A∴C∴H∴E∴. 120 pages, 15 euros, from the gallery.

  • Dessiner l'Invisible, a group show that took place across several Paris galleries in 2015, was accompanied by this 704-page catalogue, featuring multiple images and an in-depth interview with each artist. In French. 40 euros, from Mindscape.

  • The catalogue of My Paris - Collection Antoine de Galbert: A Selection, a group show at me Collectors Room Berlin, in 2011-12. With high-quality colour plates of work by artists including Claire Fontaine, Damien Deroubaix, Gilles Barbier and Natascha Lesueur as well as an image of Hipkiss drawing, Trois. 132 pages, 24,90 euros from Kerber. In German.

  • Blanquet's 2009 large-format softcover book of Hipkiss from the first decade of the millennium. Quickly sold out, a few signed copies, with metal-leaf embellished covers, are still available from the studio. 32 pages, 100 euros plus shipping. See 'From the Studio' for more info.