Self published book featuring works and words by : Rick Owens, Taro Hirano, Jean-Max Colard, Camille Vivier, Jérémie Egry & Aurélien Arbet, Eric Tabuchi, Audrey Corregan & Erik Haberfeld, Yann Gross, Andrew Phelps, Estelle Hanania, Jerry Hsu, Raphaël Zarka, Paul Virilio, and many more.
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A poetic look at the world through the prism of skateboarding.
The idea of a book as an invitation to wander.
A journey through images, essays and interviews from fields as diverse as architecture, contemporary art, choreography, youth studies or the sociology of risk.
The practice of skateboarding has been a big part of our daily lives for many years now. From our childhood to a somewhat prolonged adolescence, it has not only influenced our perception of the city, but of the world at large.
Today, we are taking a step back as we contemplate the wide-ranging and seemingly disjointed manner in which this practice has informed our worldviews.
Neapolis is our subjective attempt to connect the dots and explore the imprint left in our lives by skateboarding, through a selection of works and reflections from artists, authors and photographers.
Featuring works and words by :
Rick Owens, Taro Hirano, François Chaignaud, Jean-Max Colard, Camille Vivier, Jérémie Egry & Aurélien Arbet, David Luraschi, Audrey Corregan & Erik Haberfeld, Eric Tabuchi, Bertrand Trichet, Yann Gross, Keegan Walker, Estelle Hanania, Jerry Hsu, Ryan McGinley, Mike Davis, Andrew Phelps, Paul Virilio, Sébastien Carayol, David Le Breton, Raphaël Zarka, Aaron Young, Bertrand Lavier, Tony Smith, Andrew Lewicki, Sol LeWitt, Ugo La Pietra, Erwin Wurm, etc.