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NOIRE EDITIONS was born in Turin in the late 1970s (at the time Marco Noire Editore) as a printing atelier out of profound interest and passion for contemporary art and it has since then published many projects with some of the most renowned international artists. Noire’s goal in publishing is to encourage the artist to explore new possibilities that can also extend beyond the boundaries of traditional printing. Behind each edition there are rigorous tests and experiments with different processes and materials. Noire establishes long-term collaborations with its artists enabling them to build up a comprehensive body of printed work that explores the various aspects of the medium and ties in closely with their oeuvre. Noire works with some of the most important Italian artists and international, strengthening its skills and becoming a point of reference for Italian graphic art on the international scene. At the same time, in recent years, Noire is committed to promoting the creation of artists’ books, another important line of its business.
Contemporary, Publisher of Fine Art Prints
Giovanni Anselmo: Direzioni
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The edition created by Noire is on show on the ground floor of the gallery and features sixteen plates printed with graphite jet on handmade paper, mounted on canvas and attached to a frame.
Mel Bochner: From Pythagoras to Babel
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For this show Bochner developed this work on 16 silkscreens and in the form of an artist book. In both mediums the original statement in English is translated in a multitude of different languages.
Shirin Neshat: The home of my eyes
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The Home of My Eyes is a series of 55 portraits that depicts different people from Azerbaijan. The artist has conceived the series as ‘’a portrait of a country that for such a long time has been a crossroad of many ethnicities, religions and different languages’’.
Paolo Icaro: Scose
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SCOSE (UNTHINGS) represents a set of large works on paper along with a precious artist book that, as per tradition, the gallery designs for every solo show.
Sol LeWitt: wall drawings, gouaches and editions
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This exhibition is made up of Wall Drawings by the artist in 1972 and 1985 and also by numerous gouaches and editions created over the course of the years.
Giulio Paolini: Promemoria
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The observer is lead into an imaginary museum, stage of unexpected encounters with some of the leading exponents of art and literature from different eras.

Carla Accardi
Giovanni Anselmo
John Armeleder
Mel Bochner
Valentin Carron
Alan Charlton
Sylvie Fleury
Hamish Fulton
Marco Gastini
Dan Graham
Giorgio Griffa
Paolo Icaro
Sol LeWitt
Richard Long
Luigi Mainolfi
Fabian Marcaccio
Mario Merz
Jonathan Monk
Sarah Morris
Maurizio Nannucci
Shirin Neshat
Richard Nonas
Luigi Ontani
Mimmo Paladino
Giulio Paolini
Claudio Parmiggiani
Giuseppe Penone
Andres Serrano
David Tremlett
Peter Wuthrich
Gilberto Zorio

Vincenzo Agnetti
Francis Alys
Alighiero Boetti
Jannis Kounellis
Michelangelo Pistoletto