Catalogues from 2011

Charlotte Moth. Travelogue

Texts by Eva Birkenstock, Penelope Curtis, Fabrice Hergott, Ian Hunt, Christiane Meyer-Stoll, Charlotte Moth and Kasia Redzisz

"Charlotte Moth. Travelogue" is the first monograph on the work of the Paris-based artist Charlotte Moth (* 1978 in Carshalton, UK). The publication brings together introductory essays on Moth’s work by Ian Hunt and Fabrice Hergott along with pieces by Eva Birkenstock, Penelope Curtis, Christiane Meyer-Stoll and Kasia Redzisz on the main groups of works. It also features a fundamental piece by the artist on the Travelogue, a collection of analogue photographs that Moth began taking in 1999, constantly adding more in the course of her extensive research ever since. "As a collection it reveals a personal circulation and movement through my visiting places", she writes. "My photographic collection functions as a hidden aspect of my practice." In exhibitions, Moth presents photographs from the Travelogue in carefully elaborated displays that create "specific spaces and contexts for the encounter of an image". This publication showcases her work in a manner so far unseen: By means of contact prints, for example, Charlotte Moth – who played a key role in devising both content and design of the book – gives us an insight into the Travelogue.
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Exhibition catalogue

Editor: Christiane Meyer-Stoll, Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein, 2016
Concept: Christiane Meyer-Stoll, Charlotte Moth
Language: German / English
Dimensions: 22 x 21 cm, softcover with cloth, embossed
244 pages with 288 coloured and 55 b/w illustrations
ISBN: 978-3-86442-188-4

Price: CHF 42.00