This monograph spans forty years of drawings and works on paper, offering an insight into a lesser-known part of Moulène's artistic practice. A jubilant documentation rich with autobiographical elements.
“The artist (and not only the one we're talking about here) is never secure against an idea, a flash of inspiration that can strike anywhere, anytime; while Moulène's traveling workshop with its not especially cumbersome paraphernalia—sketchbooks, pencils, watercolors—leaves him free to nab the muse whenever she chances by. And if ever the tools aren't handy, any scrap of paper caught on the fly will do, even just a magazine page for painting, scribbling or spattering on.”
Published following the artist's exhibition at the Pietro Spartà Gallery, Chagny, France, from May 7 to September 30, 2016.
Published in November 2018 - Les Presses du Réel / Galerie Piétro Spartà
bilingual edition (English / French)
20 x 25 cm (softcover)
152 pages (color & b/w ill.)