Manuel à l'usage des artistes débutants et amateurs is a pedagogical work mainly intended for high school students, students and beginning artists wishing to enter an art school. It is also intended for amateur artists who wish to go further in their practice and their reflection on the artistic object, as well as for those involved in the teaching of plastic arts. 

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  • Title: Manual for Beginner and Amateur Artists
  • Author(s): Alexis Argyroglo
  • Publisher(s): Eyrolles
  • No. of pages: 222 pages
  • Format: 17 x 20
  • Cover: Paperback
  • Interior: 2 colors
  • Distribution: Geodif
  • Product type : Book

A survey conducted among art and education professionals, whose participation is given in the form of interviews, the book introduces the reader to a general culture of art and its practice, to the specific issues of artistic research, and to this form of oral, narrative and discursive tradition, which is largely the basis for transmission in this wide and varied field of activities. A manual that considers transmission through narrative and not through information.

The reader, co-author of the book, is led to pursue the investigation through concrete acts, helped in this by statements punctuating the interviews, whose meaning is to propose experiences and activities without expected results, without any expectation horizon other than the reader's personal one. Transmission is an art, so is learning.

With Pierre Alferi, Michel Aubry, Mélanie Bouteloup, Audrey Cottin, Pierre Courtin, Daniel Deshays, Pierre Leguillon, Didier Lockwood, Caroline Marcadé, Agnès Maupré, Marie-José Mondzain, Denis Ouaillarbourou, Jean-Jacques Passera, Edgar Petitier, Zahia Rahmani, Gaétan Robillard, Stéphane Sauzedde, Claire Simon and Enrique Vila-Matas.

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