Arlette Ginioux Retrospective
Price: 20 Euros
Contributions by: Elisabeth Lebon, Christophe Richard, Arlette Ginioux, Marie Flambard
This catalogue was published on the occasion of the exhibition at the Despiau-Wlérick Museum in Mont-de-Marsan coproduced with the Galerie Malaquais, from the 9th of August 2014 to the 1st of February 2015.
Galerie Malaquais, sculptures & dessins : 2013 Collection
Collection 2013 is a work made for our collectors and for museum curators. It is composed of fifteen truly exceptional pieces created by artists from the school of independent sculpture, including Rodin, Claudel, Manolo, Gimond, Marini, and Orloff. Put together in order to share information gathered and organized by the gallery on these sculptures—some iconic, others less well-known.
Simon Goldberg 1913 - 1985: Drawings - Monotypes
ISBN: 9 782952 885232
Price: 20 euros
Contributions by: Jean-Baptiste Auffret, Eve Turbat.
The gallery is proud to have published the very first work exclusively on Simon Goldberg. This exhibition catalogue includes his principle dates, some forty illustrations, and a brief essay on the artist and his work.
Sculptors' Drawings II
ISBN: 9 782952 885218
Price: 25 euros
Contributions by: Jean-Baptiste Auffret, Juliette Darle, Arlette Ginioux, Pascale Grémont-Gervaise, Hélène Labbé-Bazantay, Elisabeth Lebon, Nadège Poisson, Anne Rivière, Eve Turbat.
Charles Malfray (1887-1940)
English / French
Price: 40 euros
Contributions by: Jean-Baptiste Auffret, Patrick Elliot, Eve Turbat.
Thanks to a considerable body of research, this abundantly illustrated catalogue offers a new look at the sculptor and his work. The preface, by Patrick Elliot, Senior Curator of the Scottish National Gallery, evokes the man in his artistic context, and is followed by a chronological biography, commentary on the works, a bibliography, and previously unpublished texts by Malfray on his work. The volume offers a solid perspective on this artist on whom too little has been written—the last book dedicated to Malfray was published in 1944.