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Damien Tran: La peur du vide

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Damien Tran: La peur du vide 

Screen printed book by Damien Tran (Palefroi)

21 x 29 cm

30 pages + cover

Black paper

Fold binding

Edition of 85


About the artists: 

Palefroi are Damien Tran and Marion Jdanoff, a Berlin-based French artistic duo and screen print makers.

Multiplying projects together, they decided to formalize their partnership in 2013 by creating Palefroi, a framework which embraces all of their practices, the self-publishing of books and prints in particular.

Palefroi is also the name they use to sign all of their pieces as a duo. Tran and Jdanoff constantly go back and forth between their individual and their collective work. Their language as a duo is at the crossroads of their respective worlds. One is formal and abstract, the other narrative and figurative.