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Jean-Paul Goude in Oslo – CODA


 Jean-Paul Goude in Oslo – CODA

By Henning Høholt

OSLO/NORWAY: In connection with CODA Festival 2016, the Festival will get some famouse French stars in the photo and film business visiting.  Jean-Paul Goude, world famouse graphic designer, illustrator, photographer and advertising film director. In addition, over the last three decades, he has created well known campaigns and illustrations for brands including PerrierCitroënKodakChanelKenzo and Shiseido.

Furthermore in Oslo, Gilles Delmas, filmmaker, who the Norwegian audience remember from his house installation in the hall of Oslo City Hall from last years Coda Festival (2015). Together with their colleague the filmmaker and former founder and leader of the french dance film institute, Patrick Bernard.

CODA film – 2016

CODAfilm opens at the end of November with Gilles Delmas’ & Damien Jalets‘ latest film The Ferryman, a cinematic and choreographic exploration of the animistic roots of rituals, dance and sculpture and their contemporary relevance. The relationship between man and nature is portrayed through a series of striking ceremonies, narrated by performance artist Marina Abramovic.

Jean-Paul Goude

Jean-Paul Goude

Experience the well known French artist Jean-Paul Goude in on the last day of the film program. Gain insight into Jean-Pauls remarkable life and body of work, as art director for Esquire Magazine, many iconic photographs, events and more. Dance and movement has been a driving force throughout Goudes’ life.
The artist will speak about his life and there will also be screening of the documentary So Far So Goude.

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To remind our interested readers about Jean-Paul Goude we therefore present our presentation of his exposition at Musée des Arts Décoratif , Paris, – autumn 2011:

Jean-Paul Goude at

Musee des Arts Decoratif, Paris – 2011

Grace Jones modeling for Jean-Paul Goude around 1977-78. Photographed at the exposition at Musée des Arts Décoratif by Henning Høholt

Grace Jones modeling for Jean-Paul Goude around 1977-78. Photographed at the exposition at Musée des Arts Décoratif by Henning Høholt

 

Goudemalion. Jean-Paul Goude a rétrospective

It was in Paris 11 November 2011–18 March 2012

Les Arts Décoratifs is organising the first exhibition of Jean-Paul Goude’s work in Paris. Grace Jones is modell for some of the photos.

One of the most brilliant ‘image makers’of contemporary creation is proposing a retrospective and creative vision of his oeuvre encompassing all his areas of activity, from fashion and photography to advertising and the live event.

His entire forty-year career will be retraced in the nave at Les Arts Décoratifs, featuring his drawings, objects, music, films and photographs.

This major exhibition, conceived as a large installation, brings together his drawings, objects, music, photographe and films in a rhytmic chronological succession of intimate spaces and theatrical sequences, from his work with Grace Jones including the famouse Ektachrome cut-outs and his advertising campaign for Galeries Lafayette and Chanel. This is the largest collection of Goudes work ever seen (and many are seen here for the first time) – sketches, paintings, storyboards, elaborately staged photography, and documentation for stage and street shows.

The exhibition will of course evoke the Bicentenary of the French Revolution. Visitors will be welcomed in the reception hall by one of the gigantic waltzing ladies that caused such a sensation in the 1989 parade, then discover the monumental locomotive in the middle of the nave, installed on conveyor belt surrounded by numerous drawings.

In the Tuileries gallery, an ‘introspective’ evocation of Goude’s work will take the public on a chronological journey from his débuts at Saint-Mandé to his most recent work. Evoking his decisive encounters, collaborations, influences and souvenirs, this journey will be punctuated with the artist’s original creations, while in the alcoves on the rue de Rivoli side six theatrical yet intimate installations will reactivate the highpoints of his life and work.

The exhibition is filling up all the first floor in the one side of the Musee Les Arts Decoratif, and it is packed with all varieties representing the fantasyfull personality style that it seems Jean-Paul Goude has been working in. It is very interesting, funny, and it is a hit among the audience, which for shure will fill up the museum day after day. Up on entering the exhibition, we are been welcomed by a female sculpture in a colossal large black evening outfit. Entering the stairs an enorme locomotive is filling up the hall, and in the side rooms are installations with great viriety, and many sides of the talent presented. Even a live “Russian” look a like women in a white dress, speaking russian with her own mirror. Many small tv screens are presenting a lot of different parts of the many sided work, and here is inspiration for all.

The photos are absolutely first class, and the responsibility for the exhibition is by: Commissaire
- Béatrice SALMON, directrice des musées des Arts Décoratifs, commissaire général
- Amélie GASTAUT , conservatrice, collection Publicité, Les Arts Décoratifs

Scénographie
- Jean-Paul GOUDE

Please enjoy ourpreentation of books about Jean-Paul Goude also here at www.kulturkompasset.com

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Books:

In connection with the Jean-Paul Goude exhibition at Musee des Arts Decoratif, Paris.There has come a catalogue for the exhibition and some other books about the artist and his famouse works are also being presented:

So Far So Goude

(INCLUDES FREE DVD)

‘A vibrant visual autobiography … a sharp exploration of an exceptional artistic journey’ – i-D Magazine
‘An amusing, challenging book of arresting and memorable images’– The Sunday Times
‘A lavish trip into a world of hard glamour and mind-boggling imagery’– Wonderland

Jean-Paul Goude has triumphantly captured, time after time, the spirit of his age. A true publishing event – Goude has previously published only one book, now long out of print – this magnificent publication has been conceived and designed by the artist himself, and includes hundreds of little-known photographs and previously unseen drawings.

For more than thirty years, through drawing, poster design, photography, cinema, video and event design, Jean-Paul Goude has made an impression, in every sense, on our imagination – from the fops of the ’60s to the legendaryEsquire magazine of the following decade, from the New York of Andy Warhol and mixed cultures, to Grace Jones, for whom he was Pygmalion, from the spectacular Bicentennial Parade in Paris in 1989 to the celebration of ‘Style Beur’ (Arab Style), from ads for Kodak and Chanel to working with the latest supermodels.

This ‘made to order’ work is merely the flipside of Goude’s profoundly individual adventure, a journey (marked in particular by his celebration of a number of remarkable women) transformed into a sort of personal mythology. Life and work for Goude are inextricably linked, and this gives his work a particularly personal cachet, and lifts it above mere images. It is this crossover is revealed here for the first time.

Looking at different episodes in his life, returning to his encounters, passions, moments of disillusionment, drive and discovery, Goude traces the whole of his journey and all the stages of his working life, one of the most exceptional in recent decades.

A DVD, also devised by Goude using his work in film and from various theatrical events he has staged, accompanies the book.

  1. Jean-Paul Goude
  2. with Patrick Mauriès
  • ISBN 9780500512401
  • 29.00 x 24.00 cm
  • Hardback
  • 352pp
  • With over 350 colour illustrations
  • First published 2005
  • Hardcover: 344 pages
  • Publisher: Assouline; Har/DVD edition

JEAN-PAUL GOUDE

  1. Jean-Paul Goude
  2. With text by Edgar Morin
  • ISBN 9780500516041
  • 25.00 x 20.00 cm
  • Flexibound PLC with flaps (no jacket)
  • 432pp
  • With over 500 colour illustrations
  • First published 2011
£29.95Coming Soon
‘Brilliantly conceived … not just Goude, but great’ – Harper’s Bazaar

One of the world’s most brilliant and unorthodox image-makers and one of advertising’s most sought-after stars

Goude has masterminded campaigns for Chanel, Perrier, Kodak and many others.

Published to accompany a major retrospective of Jean-Paul Goude’s work at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris in 2011, this is the largest collection of his work ever seen (and many are seen here for the first time) – sketches, paintings, storyboards, elaborately staged photography, and documentation for stage and street shows.

From his days with Esquire magazine in New York to his most recent work for Galeries Lafayette, Paris’s best-known department store, Goude has surprised, provoked and delighted those who have encountered his work. He was Grace Jones’s Pygmalion, creating unforgettable images of her, from androgyne to cybersuper-woman to supreme diva.

600 colour illustrations here, including many working documents, from inspired doodles to final images that sparkle with creative vigour. Selected and arranged by Goude himself, they present a gallery of artworks that have redefined advertising, fashion and brand photography as we know them.

This book is a celebration of Goude’s creative zest and perfectionism. It will inform and intrigue all those concerned about the art of image-making, whether design professionals or simply those prepared to be delighted and entertained by chic, witty images that work.

Includes text contributions by Edgar Morin, George Lois, 
Jean-Paul Gaultier, Eric Troncy, Jérôme Sans.

Jean-Paul Goude is a modern legend in the world of commercial art. He worked as art director at Esquire magazine in New York in the 1970s, and famously choreographed the extraordinary 1989 Bicentennial Parade in Paris to mark the 200th anniversary of the French Revolution. He has worked at the forefront of advertising and illustration for over three decades.

  • ISBN 9780500516041
  • 25.00 x 20.00 cm
  • Flexibound PLC with flaps (no jacket)
  • 432pp
  • With over 500 colour illustrations
  • First published 2011

Also of interest
The Goude Touch: A Ten Year Campaign for Galeries Lafayette
So Far So Goude includes free DVD
Creative Advertising: Ideas and Techniques from the World’s Best Campaigns
Chanel: The Vocabulary of Style

THAMES & HUDSON PUBLISHERS – http://www.thamesandhudson.com

La Martiniere – http://www.editionsdelamartiniere.fr/

  • Paperback: 432 pages
  • Publisher: Thames & Hudson
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