From Marie-Antoinette’s Garden, by Elisabeth de Feydeau (trans. Louise Rogers Lalaurie)
Elisabeth de Feydeau’s fascinating study is part herbary, part garden history, and partly the tragic story of Marie-Antoinette herself, told through the plants and flowers she loved, and which accompanied her even to prison at the Conciergerie. With extracts from contemporary records and eye-witness accounts of the Trianon gardens, Marie-Antoinettes’ own letters, and the memoirs of her staff.
Berthe Morisot: the beautiful painter, by Jean-Dominique Rey and Sylvie Patry (trans. Louise Rogers Lalaurie)
Rey’s classic study is translated into English for the first time with a new foreword by Sylvie Patry, reinstating Morisot as one of the founders and leaders of the Impressionist group, a pivotal, radical figure in the history of Western painting.
Claude Lévêque: Le grand soir by Christian Bernard et. al. (trans. Louise Rogers Lalaurie)
Catalogue of the French pavilion at the 2011 Venice Art Biennale, featuring immersive, conceptual art pioneer Claude Lévêque.
Cindy Sherman, by Régis Durand et. al. (trans. Louise Rogers Lalaurie)
Exhibition catalogue for the major Sherman retrospective held at the Jeu de Paume, Paris, in 2007.