Whether in the form of lithographs, woodcuts, photographs or other editing processes, it is easy to access pieces by artists and thus support and come closer to their work. As images or objects, works of art are often the hallmark of a story and a strong idea. What could be more inspiring than to be able to wake up, have lunch or work alongside a work that is the result of artistic research, or of a performance. Living with art is also a way of breaking down the barriers that make some people reluctant to enter art galleries or museums and above all to share the sensitive. The editions are also the opportunity to offer cartes blanches to artists, to inspire research on other media and to build relationships between them and local craftsmen.

Chistina Hemauer, Roman Keller