ACTES SUD

ACTES SUD

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  • SE13

Created in 1978 by Hubert Nyssen, Actes Sud publications has always been a resolutely independent family business with a broad literary scope. From the outset, its graphic style – the choice of paper, the format of the books and their illustrated covers - established a unique identity. Its openness to foreign literature and translations also distinguished it. From its home in the beautiful city of Arles in south-east France, Editions Actes Sud flourished guided by a policy of editorial freedom and a keen desire for discovery and sharing. Fostering relationships has been crucial to its success: the relationship between author and reader naturally, but also the relationships between the publisher, its main prescribers, bookstores, libraries, the media and its cultural partners. While, since its inception, its catalogue has focussed mainly on fiction – with a considerable French backlist and over sixty linguistic domains – for the past thirty years, it has also published works by authors from a wide range of fields of knowledge and artistic disciplines. In the past thirty years it has also formed a strong partnership with the internationally renowned annual photography festival, Rencontres de la Photographie, publishing festival catalogues and monographs of photography's masters. The Photo Poche collection has given Actes Sud the chance to develop a substantial catalogue of photographers covering the history of the art form with special attention to the quality of the photographic production and the craftsmanship of the work.

  1. Exhibitor
    Publisher
  2. Sectors
    BOOK
  1. Foundation date 1978

Artworks

  • Patrick Zachmann

  • Sophie Calle

  • Oan Kim

  • Christian CAUJOLLE

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Directors

  • Jean-Paul Capitani

Exhibited artists

  • Patrick Zachmann

  • Danila Tkachenko

  • Hans Silverster

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Represented Artists

  • Patrick Zachmann

  • Danila Tkachenko

  • Hans Silverster

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Addresses

  • Place Nina-Berberova BP 90038

    1. Place Nina-Berberova BP 90038
    2. 13633 Arles

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    France

    Paris Photo Téléphone (onglet)

    1. +33 (0)4 90 49 86 91

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