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couture yourself
REVUE
REVUE
SPECIAL ISSUE
ÔTE
couture
You Will
Never
It isn't
every day YOU
DIE
EMBROIDER
yourself
No STRESS
Just STRASS
This winter
FAT will be
WORN instead
on the UPPER
B
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ISB Y ME
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97 & NE
8-2
-91 VER
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63 DIE!
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Special Issue 1997-2016
THIGHS
Nicole TRAN BA VANG interview with Marie DARRIEUSSECQ
CONTENTS
14 CONTENTS / 23 CONTRIBUTORS / 25 EDITO / 174 INDEX
FASHION
34 UP & DOWN Barometer trends, by Charlotte H.
56 ÔTE COUTURE by Marie Darrieussecq, writer
60 DOUBLE JE by Françoise Gaillard, philosopher
64 ICONS by Charlotte H.
82 THIS WINTER, FAT WILL BE WORN INSTEAD ON THE UPPER THIGHS
112 TREND : THE NUDE by Guy Limone, artist
CULTURE
LITERATURE
46 IT ISN’T EVERY DAY YOU EMBROIDER YOURSELF…
by Marie Darrieussecq, writer
DANCE
136 ELDORADO Angelin Preljocaj, Choreographer
140 BODIES EMBODIES with ANGELIN PRELJOCAJ
ART
118 AFTER THE RAIN... Contemporary Art Triennial, Tilburg, Netherlands
120 NO STRESS, JUST STRASS CCC, Contemporary Art Centre, Tours, France
126 CHLOE wall embroidery CCC, Contemporary Art Centre, Tours, France
154 A DETAILED REVIEW by Michel Nuridsany, writer and critic
PORTRAIT
88 NICOLE TRAN BA VANG interview with MARIE DARRIEUSSECQ
106 MISTER F. by Françoise Gaillard, philosopher
LITTERATURE
MARIE DARRIEUSSECQ
18
CONTENTS
BEAUTY
26 ÊTRE ou ne PARAÎTRE? Silicon soul by Jérôme Sans, critic and curator
38 YOU WILL NEVER DIE by Cécile Godefroy, art historian
78 CELLULAR STITCHES by Françoise Gaillard, philosopher
SOCIETY
76 IT’S THE ECONOMY STUPID!
94 TO BE IN ONE’S SKIN by David Zerbib, philosopher
100 LESS IS MORE by David Zerbib, philosopher
& MORE
RENDEZ-VOUS
144 THE LAND BEYOND THE MAGIC MIRROR Café de Flore
EVASION
150 MIDNIGHT SUN
EPILOGUE
166 BUT WHAT WERE YOU DOING ALL THAT TIME?
by Michel Nuridsany
WHO’S WHO
170 PEOPLE
172 HELMUT NEWTON Graz, Austria
Texte JÉRÔME SANS
REVUE
23
CONTRIBUTORS
DIS VOIR editions
Publishing Director
DANIÈLE RIVIÈRE
Editor-in-Chief
NICOLE TRAN BA VANG
Editorial Board
JEAN-NOËL FLAMMARION
CATHERINE JULIEN-LAFERRIÈRE
Authors
MARIE DARRIEUSSECQ
FRANÇOISE GAILLARD
CÉCILE GODEFROY
GUY LIMONE
MICHEL NURIDSANY
JÉRÔME SANS
DAVID ZERBIB
Graphic design
ALDO BUSCALFERRI , MANON ENGEL
Translators
JEAN-FRANÇOIS CARO, CAMILLE GALLAY, JASON FILE, IAN MONK
Photogravure
JANVIER
Special THANKS
Michel Nuridsany, Marie Darrieussecq, David Zerbib, Guy Limone, Françoise Gaillard, Cécile Godefroy, Jérôme Sans,
Jean-Noël Flammarion, Catherine Julien-Laferrière, Danièle Rivière, Christophe Eon, Philippe Cossé, Charlotte et Liam Humblot,
Alain Julien-Laferrière, Angelin Preljocaj, Olivier Millagou, Jean-Jacques Neuer, Aurélien Moline.
THANKS TO
Sandra Mulliez-Hégedus, François Bard, Barthélémy Toguo, Robert Lévy, Thierry Spitzer, Sylvie Vautier, Claude Picasso,
Emmanuel Claude, Alex Lamarque, Frédéric Bonnet, Marc Domage, Bruno Rousseaud, Damien Deroubaix, Dominique Humblot,
Camille Gallay, Jason File, Marie Haddou, Carole Chrétiennot, Marie Genin, Mael Nozahic, Laurent Proux, Jérôme Llopis, Nathalie
Dupont, Galerie rueVisconti, CCC de Tours, Bertrand, Amélie et Louise Julien-Laferrière, Dong Quy N'Guyen, Emmanuel
Hermange, André Morin, Jean-Claude Carbonne, Mathieu Germain, La RMN, les modèles, les maquilleuses,
le CNAP Centre national des arts plastiques, Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin.
TO
In LIFE, there is NOT JUST MONEY...
There are ALSO FURS and JEWERLY!
Elisabeth Taylor
WHO'S WHO
PEOPLE
170
171
WHO’S WHO
1. If other human beings are important
and necessary primarily because they can
recognize me Giorgio Agamben / 2. Once
I feel myself observed by the lens… I transform
myself into an image. Roland Barthes / 3. We
should not touch our idols: their gilding will
remain on our hands. Gustave Flaubert 4. To
the extent that necessity is socially dreamed,
the dream becomes necessary. Guy Debord
5. Many people feel bad in their skin, because
it is not their own. Romain Gary 6. Only
useless things are indispensable. Francis
Picabia 7. To be natural is such a very difficult
pose to keep up. Oscar Wilde
WHO'S WHO
PEOPLE
172
173
To my mother,
THIS IS NOT A MAGAZINE.
REVUE is a work in which all coincidence or similarity with individuals
or existing luxury brands stems from a perverse and deliberate drive of the
reader to connect the work to reality, and I could not encourage that more.
The reader is strongly advised to be free.
Nicole Tran Ba Vang
Dinner at the opening of Phanthom of desire at the Neue Galerie am Landesmuseum, Joanneum, Graz, Austria.
Helmut Newton et Peter Weibel