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|Bernar Venet was born on April 20 1941 at Chateau-Arnoux-Saint-Auban in
the Alps of Haunte-Provence. His father, Jean-Marie Venet, a
schoolteacher and chemist, died at the age of 40, leaving his widow
Adeline Gilly in charge of their four sons, of which Bernar is the
School as Chateau-Arnoux-Saint-Auban. As a
boy, Bernar Venet suffers from asthma, and is forced to spend long
spells at spas and an aerium at Saint-Raphael.
With the encouragement of a local artist, he is drawing and painting extensively by the time he is ten.
At age 11, Bernar is invited to exhibit in the Salon de Peinture Pechiney on Paris.
Works as a stage designer for the Nice City Opera. Period of highly stylized paintings described by himself as "symbolic".
February, he joins the army, and serves for 22 months. Initially he is
assigned to the army reception center in Tarascon. There an attic
is put at his disposal, which he converts into a studio. Initially
Venet's paintings art gestural, and executed with his feet. Quickly
they develop into black monochromes made of tar. In some scenarios, he
works a surface without leaving trace of his action. The blank surface
nevertheless became a work. These he called " fetichist works"
to Nice; establishes studio in the old quarter; on rue Pairoliere.
Further development of the tar paintings and detailed photographs of
gravel and coal piles. Other experimental photographic works. His first
sculpture, Coal Paile with no specific dimensions. The work is
characterized by extremely restrained means.
participates in the Salon Comparisons at the Museum of Modern Art,
Paris. He Exhibits alongside the New Realist and Pop Artists, despite
the intentionally divergent nature of his cardboard reliefs.
first trip to New York lasts two Months. Views the collection of
Jean and Howard Lipman at an exhibition of minimalist artwork at the
whitney Museum. Venet in immediately struck by the formal restraint of
works by Judd, Flavin, Le Witt, etc. Returns to Nice Invited to
participate in the "Impact 1" exhibition at the Ceret Museum, France;
sends a blueprint for a tube. Become aware of the objective aspect of
blueprints, and their semantic characteristics.
Set to work extensively on diagrams. thus creating his first mono-semiotic works.
Creates the project for a ballet to be dance on a vertical plane.
December Venet decides to permanently settle in New York. Initially
lives in Arman's Studio, 84 Walker Street, Formerly Tinguely's studio.
at the Chelsea Hotel; his conceptual work develops along logical lines.
meets Minimalist artists through the Dawn Gallery. Frequents the
mathematics & physics as Columbia University and befriends two
researchers, jack Ullman and martin Krieger.
He produces the "non visual" works on magnetic tape. His focus is on content, not the visual characteristics of artworks.
Set up a four year program, intending to stop all artistic production with it's completion.
Visits Marcel Duchamp, Remembers being greatly impressed by Ad
Reinhardt's numerous black paintings when he meets the artist in his
Settles in to a loft in SoHo New York.
collaborates with scientists from Columbia University, to stage a
performance at the Judson Church Theatre in SoHo, New York.
Work first exhibited in the USA & Europe.
Two conceptual exhibitions at the Wide White Space Gallery, along with Beuys and Broodthaters, at the Dusseldorf Kunsthalle.
are bought by the Krefeld Museum, who offer to stage his first museum
exhibition. The Museum of Modern Art, new York, aquires a Venet piece.
Daniel Templon, who becomes his dealer in paris at his gallery on Rue
Bonaparte. Participates in the exhibition Conception Conzeption in
Moves to a loft on Broadway, in SoHo.
Frequently travels & lectures throughout Europe. The United States, and Japan
Stops his artistic activities. Retrospectives at the Krefeld Museum, Germany, and New York Cultural Center, New York.
Publication of a Catalogue Raisonne of the conceptual works in conjunction with the retrospective in New York.
Returns to Paris
of reflection: Venet writes about conceptual art and his own work. his
purpose is to correct commentary that he judges to be erroneous, and to
elucidate and detail the specific nature and originality of his efforts.
Teaches "Art and Art Theory" at the Sorbonne, Paris. Frequent lectures in France, England, Italy, Poland and Belgium.
Monograph by Catherine Millet published by Editions du Chene, France and Edizioni Prearo, Italy.
produced by Jean Pierre Mirouze on Bernar Venet, Exhibit of his
conceptual works at the institute of Contemporary Art, London.
Represents France as the XII Sao Paulo Bienniale, Brazil, with
Gottfried Honnegger and Francois Morellet.
New York in January. Moves to West Broadway and becomes compelled to
again produce art. The first canvases from the series Angles and Arcs,
are a group of extremely restrained paintings of elementary geometrical
figures. Retrospective of his conceptual works at la jolla Museum of
Contemporary Art, La Jolla, California.
Exhibits at Documenta VI, Kassel, Germany. Exhibition of recent work at the Musée d'Art Moderne in Saint-Étienne, France.
Participates in the exhibit "From Nature to Art. From Art to nature.", at the Venice Biennale, Italy.
the series of wood reliefs entitled "Arcs, Angles, Diagonals", and
creates the first Indeterminate Line. Starts work on steel sculptures
composed of two arcs. Concept for a monumental arc on a highway.
Receives a grant from the National Endowment of the Arts. Develops the
series of wood reliefs: "Indeterminate Lines".
maquettes for steel sculptures of Indeterminate Lines. Seth Schneidman
produces the film "Bernar Venet 1983" in New York. Works on projects
involving monumental sculptures.
creating his sculptures at Atelier Marioni, a foundry in the Vosges
region of France. First exhibition of Indeterminate Lines, (floor/wall)
sculptures at Galerie Templon, Paris. First plans for, and photo
collages of, "The Major 185.4° Arc".
For the 750th
anniversary of Berlin, the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Air
France present the city with "Arc of 124.5°". This sculpture measures
70 x 140 feet.
Jean-Louis Martinoty asks Bernar Venet to
stage his ballet "Graduation" (conceived in 1966) at the Paris Opéra.
The artist is the author of the music, choreography, set designs, and
costumes. Receives the Design Award for his sculpture in Norfolk,
Virginia. Exhibition of Photographs: 1961-1988 at Galerie Michèle
Chomette, Paris. The E.P.A.D. commissions the monumental "Two
Indeterminate Lines" for the new La Défense business center on the edge
of Paris. Installation of "Arc of 115.5°" for Telic-Alcatel,
Strasbourg. Publication of a substantial monograph "Venet" by Jan van
der Marck Editions de la Différence, Paris.
of the monumental sculpture "Indeterminate Line" at Place de Bordeaux,
Strasbourg, France. First furniture exhibition at Galerie Mostra,
Paris, and then Galerie Eric Van de Weghe in Brussels. Creates first
maquettes and large scale versions of Random Combinations of
Creates several musical
compositions including "Sound" and "Resonance" at the Studio Miraval,
Var, France. Release of two compact discs on the Circé-Paris label,
"Gravier/Goudron", 1963, and "Acier Roulé E 24-2", 1990. Executes a
series of new, heavy, torch-cut, steel furniture. "Noir Noir et Noir",
a book on Bernar Venet's photographic work from 1961 to 1991, is
published by Editions Marval, Paris. Text by Jean-Louis Schefer.
Completes "Le Rocher des Trois Croix", (joint homage to Giotto,
Grünewald, and El Greco) installed atop the mountain
Roquebrune-sur-Argens, in the Var region of France.
Venet records the sounds of the Air France Concorde engine, for the
musical composition "Wall of Sound". He shoots the film "Acier Roulé
XC-10" at the Marioni-Vosges atelier. Travels to Japan for the
inauguration of the sculpture at Adachi-ku, Tokyo. Starts a series of
steel reliefs composed of arrows: "Arbitrary and Simultaneous
Invited to participate in the artist's film
festival in Montreal for his film "Acier Roulé XC-10" ("Rolled Steel
XC-10"). Retrospective exhibition at the Musée d'Art Moderne et d'Art
Contemporain in Nice, France, which travels to the Wilhelm-Hack Museum
in Ludwigshafen, Germany.
1994 In March, presents a retrospective of his work at the Museo de
Arte Moderno, Bogota, in Colombia. Mr. Jacques Chirac, then Mayor of
Paris, invites Venet to present 12 sculptures from his Indeterminate
Lines series on the Champ de Mars. Later that autumn, he exhibits at
the Total Museum of Contemporary Art in Seoul, and at the Boca Raton
Museum of Art in Florida. Works on the first sculptures "Barres
Droites". A monograph by Carter Ratcliff is published by Editions
Cercle d'Art, Paris.
In the spring, travels to San
Francisco for the inauguration of his monumental sculpture
"Indeterminate Line", at the Runnymeade Sculpture Farm. In May, he
inaugurates in Kowloon, Hong Kong, at the Museum of Modern Art, the
first exhibition of the world tour of the works presented in 1994 at
Champ de Mars. In June, he is the first artist to inaugurate the new
Museum of Art in Shanghai. A sojourn to Graphicstudio, in Tampa,
Florida, for an edition of large prints realized with tar and a steam
roller. He develops his new work on the theme of the straight line:
"Accident Pieces". New reliefs executed in steel with an acetylene
torch: "Indeterminate Area".
Invited as a "Master in
Residence" at the Atlantic Center for the Arts, in Florida. Is awarded
the honor of "Commandeur dans l'ordre des Arts et Lettres" by the
Minister of Culture in France. Thierry Spitzer films an installation of
"Accident" - the new works composed of straight lines, which are also
exposed at the Galerie Karsten Greve in Paris, and in July at the
Espace Fortant de France in Sète. From May through July, the city of
Brussels invites Venet to exhibit ten large sculptures from the
Indeterminate Lines series on Avenue Franklin Roosevelt.
to a studio in Chelsea, New York City. Begins a news series of
sculpture titled "Four Arcs and Five Arcs". Designs a museum complex,
for an exhibition in Espace d'Art Concret, in Mouans-Sartoux, France.
Becomes a Member of the European Academy of Sciences and Arts in
Travels to China. Is invited by the
Mayor of Shanghai to participate in the Shanghai International
Sculpture Symposium. Executes large scale "Four Arcs Sculptures", and
intensively develops "Indeterminate Area Reliefs" during the summer in
The third and definitive version of the film,
"Tarmacadam", from 1963, is realized with the help of Arkadin
Productions for the exhibition "Bernar Venet (1961-1963)", at the Musée
d'Art Moderne et Contemporain, Geneva. Black and white. 3 minutes and
20 seconds. Installation of a public sculpture in the City of Cologne,
Germany, in honor of the G-8 Summit. Publication of his poetry
"Apoétiques 1967-1998", by the Musée d'Art Moderne et Contemporain,
Geneva. Public commissions for the new university in Geneva.
a new series of wall paintings called "Major Equations", which are
exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art in Rio de Janeiro, Brasília, and
Saõ Paulo, and at the Centre Georges Pompidou, in Cajarc, as well as at
MAMCO in Geneva. Public commission for the City of Bergen, Norway. A
year of important publications: "Bernar Venet 1961-1970", a monograph
about the young artist by Robert Morgan; "Sursaturation", an original
work about reflections on the possibilities of literature; "Bernar
Venet – Sculptures & Reliefs", written by Arnauld Pierre; "La
Conversion du regard", with texts and interviews from 1975-2000;
"Global Diagonals", a catalog concerning a humanistic, artistic, and
technological project with straight lines (300 feet each) virtually
connecting the five continents.
Exhibition of the new
paintings on canvas at the Galerie Jérôme de Noirmont, Paris. Poetry
reading at the White Box Gallery with Robert Morgan. Inauguration of
the Chapelle Saint Jean in Chateau-Arnoux, with the stained glass
windows and all the furniture designed by Bernar Venet. His furniture
is exhibited at SM'ART (Salon du mobilier et de l'objet design) at the
Caroussel du Louvre in Paris. Exhibition of furniture at the Rabouan
Moussion Galerie in Paris. On this occasion Editions Assouline
published a book "Furniture", with text by Claude Lorent, on all of
Performance-poetry-film-music at the
Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, France. Invited by the European Academy
of Sciences and Arts to lecture at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum on
the theme of "Arts as a Mediator of Tolerance". Exhibition of
"Indeterminate Lines" at the Galerie Academia in Salzburg, Austria, as
well as in solo show at the Robert Miller Gallery, New York. Twelve
large sculptures are exhibited at "The Fields - Art OMI International
Sculpture Park" in New York state. This show moves to Florida (at the
Atlantic Center for the Arts) in 2003. Solo shows of new paintings at
Ludwigsmuseum in Koblenz, Germany, in addition to solo exhibit of
single equation and new saturation paintings at Grant Selwyn Fine Art
in New York.
Thomas McEvilley writes a monograph about
his complete work. An English version of "La Conversion du regard", a
compilation of writings and interviews from the years 1975 - 2003, is
due to be published in the fall, with new texts by Ken Allan and Enrico
Pedrini. Seventeen one-man shows are expected throughout the United
States and Europe.
1970 Museum Haus Lange, Krefeld, Germany
Kunsthaus, Hamburg, Germany
1971 New York Cultural Center, (retrospective) New York
1975 Institute of Contemporary Arts, London, Great Britain
1976 La Jolla Museum of Contemporary Art, La Jolla, California
1977 Bruno Bischofberger Gallery, Zürich, Switzerland
1978 Special Project at PS1, Long Island City, New York
1979 Galerie Daniel Templon, Paris, France
1984 Musée d'art moderne, Villeneuve-d'ascq, France
1987 Quadrat Museum - Moderna Gallery, Bottrop, Germany
1989 Galerie Van de Velde, Anvers, Belgium
1990 Castelli Gallery, New York
Theospacio, Madrid, Spain
1991 Fred Hoffman Gallery, Los Angeles, California
1993 Musée d'art moderne et d'art contemporain, Nice, France
Wilhelm Hack Museum, Ludwigshafen, Germany
André Emmerich Gallery, New York
1994 Total Museum of Contemporary Art, Seoul, Korea
Gallery Hyundai, Seoul, Korea
1995 Hong Kong Museum of Art, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Shanghai Museum of Art, Shanghai, China
1996 Galerie Karsten Greve, Paris, France
1997 Musée de peinture et de sculpture, Grenoble, France
Le nouveau musée / Institut de villeurbanne, Lyon, France
Musée du Québec, Québec, Canada
1998 Musée d'art moderne de St. Étienne, St. Étienne, France
Galleria Massimo Minini, Brescia, Italy
1999 Centro Cultural de Recoleta, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Improvisé - Inchevé - Non-Formulé, Mucsarnok, Budapest, Hungary
Musée d'art moderne et d'art contemporain, Geneva, Switzerland
2000 Museu de Arte Moderna do Rio de Janiero, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Centre Georges Pompidou, Cajarc, France
Museu Brasileiro da Escultura, São Paulo, Brazil
2001 Galerie jérôme de noirmont, Paris, France
Galerie Haas & Fuchs, Berlin, Germany
2002 Art of This Century, Paris, France
Galerie Academia, Salzburg, Austria
The Fields at Art Omi International Sculpture Center, Ghent, New York
Galerie Hans Mayer, Berlin, Germany
Ludwig Museum, Koblenz, Germany
Robert Miller Gallery, New York
Grant Selwyn Fine Art, New York
SELECTED PUBLIC COLLECTIONS
Neue Galerie im Alten Kurhaus, Aix La Chapelle, Germany
Akron Art Institute, Akron Ohio
Georgia Museum of Art, Athens, Geargia
MIT Permanent Collection, MIT, Cambridge, Massachusetts
Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, Illinois
The Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit, Michigan
Musée d'Art et d'Histoire, Geneva, Switzerland
Musée de Peinture et de Sculpture, Grenoble, France
Sonja Henie - Niels Onstad Foundations, Hovikodden, Norway
Kaiser Wilhem Museum, Krefeld, Germany
Sonje Museum of Contemporary Art, Kyongbuk, Korea
Musée National d'Art Moderne de Liège, Liège, Belgium
Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, California
Fondation Piere Gianadda, Martigny, Switzerland
The Museum of Modern Art, New York, New York
The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, New York
Musée d'Art Moderne et d'Art Contemporain, Nice, France
Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Paris, France
Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, France
Musée du Quebec, Québec, Canada
Musée d'Art Moderne et d'Art Contemporain, Saint Etienne, France
Contemporary Art Center, San Diego, California
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.
The National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
Kultur Speicher, Würzburg, Germany
SELECTED PUBLIC COMMISSIONS
Acropolis, Nice, France
Archon Company, Austin, Texas, USA
Bank Al Maghrib, Agadir, Morocco
Bejing Silver Tower Real Estate Development Co., Beijing, China
City of Adachi, Tokyo, Japan
City of Bergen, Bergen, Norway
City of Cologne, Cologne, Germany
Collège & École de Commerce Emilie-Gourd, Geneva, Switzerland
Commande de la ville de Belley, Belley, France
Commande de la ville de Bergen, Bergen, Norvège
Commande de la ville de Epinal, Epinal, France
Commande de la ville de Lille, Lille, France
Espace Fortant de France, Sète, France
Goodman Segar Hogan, The World Trade Center, Norfolk, Virginia, USA
Hansol Company, Seoul, Korea
Jardin Albert 1er, Nice, France
Kurpark, Bad Hamburg, Germany
La Chapelle Saint Jean, Chateaux-Arnoux, France
La Défense, Paris, France
Miyagi Prefectural Library, Sendai, Japan
Place de Bordeaux, Strasbourg, France
Rocher de Roquebrune, Roquebrune sur Argens, France
Runnymeade Sculpture Farm, Woodside, California, USA
Urania Platz, Berlin, Germany
Solo Exhibition Catalogs & Monographs
1970 Wember, Paul, Bernar Venet, exhibition catalogue. Musée Haus Lange. Krefeld, Germany.
1971 Karshan, Donald, The Five Years of Bernar Venet, catalogue raisonné. The New York Cultural Center. New York.
1974 Menna, Filiberto, Venet o del Significato (dell’arte). Galerie Seconda Scala. Rome Italy.
Millet, Catherine, Bernar Venet, monograph. Éditions du chêne. Paris, France.
Amore, (d') Bruno, Thierry Kuntzel, and Filiberto Menna. Textes
Théoriques sur Bernar Venet. Edizioni Nuov Strumenti. Brescia, Italy.
Kuntzel, Thierry, Logique du neutre. Arthur Hubschmid. Paris, France.
Alloway, Lawrence and Thierry Kuntzel, Bernar Venet, exhibition
catalogue. La Jolla Museum of Contemporary Art. La Jolla, California.
1977 Ceysson, Bernard, Bernar Venet, exhibition catalogue. Musée d'art et d'industrie. Saint Étienne, France.
1984 Francblin, Catherine, Bernar Venet, Dessins 1963-1983, exhibition catalogue. Musée sainte-croix. Poitiers, France.
1985 Huin, Bernard, La Négation du Style. Musée départemental des vosges. Epinal, France.
Sanford, Pragmatique des Turbulences : Les Nouvelles Lignes de Bernar
Venet, exhibition catalogue. Galerie Daniel Templon. Paris, France.
1986 Higginbotham, David, Bernar Venet, exhibition catalogue. Galerie Elisabeth Franck. Knokke-le-Zoute, Belgium.
1987 Castle, Frederick Ted, Bernar Venet unregal mässige Spiralen, exhibition catalogue. Josef Albers Museum. Bottrop, Germany.
Millet, Catherine, "Lignes" sans Concession : Bernar Venet Sculptures. Ministère des affaires étrangères. Paris, France.
1988 Van der Marck, Jan, Venet, monograph. Editions de la différnce. Paris, France.
Daval, Jean-Luc, Bernar Venet - Dessins - Drawings. Galerie daniel
templon / Èditions galerie enrico navarra, Paris, France.
Ragon, Michel, Bernar Venet, inauguration catalogue of "Deux Arcs de 201.5°". Belley, France.
Carter, Bernar Venet - The Question of Purpose - La Question de la
Finalité, exhibition catalogue. Galerie Elisabeth Franck.
Schefer, Jean-Louis, Bernar Venet - Ligne à Vif. Galerie daniel templon. Paris, France.
1990 Kuspit, Donald, Bernar Venet, Art Random. Kyoto Shoin International Company, Ltd. Kyoto, Japan.
Morgan, Robert, Venet's Indeterminacy, exhibition catalogue. Person's Weekend Museum. Tokyo, Japan.
Serraller, Francisco Calvo, Bernar Venet, exhibition catalogue. Galeria Theospacio. Madrid, Spain.
1991 Devolder, Eddy, Bernar Venet, exhibition catalogue. Galerie Oscar Ascanio. Caracas, Venezuela.
Schefer, Jean-Louis, Noir, noir et noir, photographs 1963-1990. Éditions marval. Paris, France.
Martinoty, Jean-Louis and Laurence Louppe. Graduation, Carte Blanche
à... Bernar Venet, Théâtre national de l'opera de Paris. Paris.
Catoir, Barbara and Gilbert Perlein, Bernar Venet, exhibition
catalogue. Musée d'art moderne et d'art contemporain. Nice, France;
Wilhelm-Hack Museum. Ludwigshafen am Rhein, Germany.
Perlein, Gilbert, Conversation with Bernar Venet, exhibition catalogue. André Emmerich Gallery, New York.
Ratcliff, Carter, Bernar Venet, monograph. Cercle d'art, Paris ; Abbeville Press, New York.
Descendre, Nadine, Bernar Venet - Indeterminate Lines, exhibition
catalogue. Shanghai Museum of Art / Galerie Enrico Navarra.
Eaton, Timothy, Venet, exhibition catalogue. Boca Raton Museum of Art. Boca Raton, Florida.
Gilbert. Bernar Venet - 1963-1993, exhibition catalogue. Museo de Arte
Moderno de Bogotá / Galeria Ressle / Galeria Tovar & Tovar. Bogotá,
1995 Descendre, Nadine, Bernar Venet - Indeterminate
Lines, exhibition catalogue. Hong Kong Museum of Art / Galerie Enrico
Descendre, Nadine, Bernar Venet - Indeterminate Lines, exhibition catalogue. Shanghai Museum of Art. Galerie Enrico Navarra.
Ratcliff, Carter, Jean-Michel Foray. Bernar Venet * Droites et
accidents. exhibition catalogue. Espace fortant de France. Sète, France.
Hindry, Ann, L'Equation Majeure, exhibition catalogue. Musée de
peinture et de sculpture. Grenoble, France; nouveau musée / Institut de
villeurbanne. Lyon, France; Musée d'art moderne de St. Etienne. St.
Etienne, France; Flammarion. New York / Paris, France.
Louis and Pascal Pique, Bernar Venet 1961-1979, exhibition pamphlet.
Nouveau musée institut de villeurbanne. Lyon, France.
Carter, John R. Porter and Michel Martin, Bernar Venet - Lignes,
exhibition catalogue. Musée du Québec. Québec, Canada.
---, Bernar Venet, exhibition catalogue. Gallery Hyundai. Seoul, Korea.
Espartaco, Carlos Klitenik, Pierre Restany, and Catherine Millet,
Bernar Venet, exhibition catalogue. Centro Cultural Recoleta. Buenos
Morgan, Robert. Bernar Venet 1961-1970, monograph. Les Cahiers Intempestifs. St Etienne, France.
Venet, Bernar, Apoétiques 1967-1998. Musée d'art moderne et contemporain. Geneva, Switzerland.
2000 Pierre, Arnauld, Bernar Venet: Le discours et la méthode, monograph. Prearo Editore. Milan, Italy.
Ann, Bernar Venet: Brasil, exhibition catalog with an introduction by
Lygia Saboia. Museu de Arte Moderna do Rio de Janeiro / Museu
Brasileiro da Escultura / MUBE Sao Paolo / Arte 21. Conexao, Brazil.
Bernar, La conversion du regard: Textes et entretiens, 1975-2000, with
an introduction by Christian Besson. Musée d'art moderne et
contemporain. Geneva, Switzerland.
Venet, Bernar, Sursaturation. Maison des Arts Georges Pompidou. Cajarc, France.
Venet, Bernar, and Jan Van der Marck, Global Diagonals. E Speed. New York.
2001 Lorent, Claude, Bernar Venet: Furniture, monograph. Assouline. New York / Paris, France.
McEvilley, Thomas, Bernar Venet: Displacing the Gravity of Self,
monograph. Benteli Verlag (German edition) / ARTHA (French edition).
Switzerland / Paris, France.
Greenburger, Francis, Bernar Venet,
exhibition catalog for The Fields Sculpture Park at Art OMI
International Art Center. New York.
2003 McEvilley, Thomas, Bernar Venet: Displacing the Gravity of Self. ARTHA / Benteli (English edition).
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