Frédéric Vincent
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Archive Station

Opening of the Immanence’s documentation and research center.

J.-M. Alberola, A. Anderson, Anything/Nothing, P. Ardouvin, Arman, A. Artaud, Art & Language, J. Baldessari, A. Balthazar, G. Barbier, S. Bérard, Basserode, D. Bay, G. Bertini, J. Beuys, J. Blaine, C. Boltanski, L. Bourgeois, M. Broodthaers, D. Buren, G. Brecht, W.S. Burroughs, J. Cage, S. Calle, J. Cardiff, César, H. Chopin, C. Closky, Christo, S. Comte, B. Corner, H. Cueco, F. Curlet, S. Dali, H. Darboven, J. Deller, E. Dietman, M. Dion, M. Duchamp, J. Dupuy, O. Eliasson, B. Eno, J. Fabricius, H-P. Feldmann, R. Filliou, C. Fink, H. Flynt, H. Fulton, Gelatin, J. Gerz, Gilbert & George , P.A. Gette, L. Gillick, A. Ginsberg, J. Giorno, R. Graham, R. Hains, R. Hamilton, R. Hausmann, B. Heidsieck, J. Hendricks, A. Jacquet, J. Johns, R. Johnson, A. Jouffroy, M. Kagel, A. Kaprow, M. Kelley, M. Kippenberger, Y. Klein, A. Knowles, J. Kosuth , B. LaBelle, A. Labelle-Rojoux, M. Laurette, C. Marclay, A. Messager, la Monte Young, B. Lavier, J-J. Lebel, J. Lee Byars, J. Le Gac, M. Lemaitre, C. Lévêque, L. Levine, S. Lewitt, R. Long, U. Lüthi, G. Maciunas, P. Manzoni, R. Matta, M. Mercier, J. Monk, J. Monory, J-L. Moulène, M. Nelson, C. Newman, O. Nicolaï, J.L. Nyst, M. Oehlen, C. Oldenburg , Y. Ono, R. Opalka, D. Oppenheim , J-M. Othoniel, N.J. Paik, C. Palestine, G. Pane, A.R. Penck, E. Peyton, R. Pettibon, D. Petitgand, M. Pistoletto, N. Quintane, M. Ray, G. Richter, T. Ruff, E. Ruscha, C. Rutault, D. Roth, A. Sala, Sarkis, Y. Serandour, K. Schwitters, D. Shrigley, D. Spoerri, KT. Stokes, F. Tan, C. Tanc, P. Tilman, A. Thomkins, R. Topor, A. Tot, R. Tuttle, B. Vautier, J. de la Villéglé, F.Vincent, W. Vostell, A. Warhol, E. Watier, L. Weiner, E. Williams, E. Wurm, M. Zazeela. Curators : Cannelle Tanc et Frédéric Vincent
Archive Station, Immanence’s documentation and research center, is a specialized library featuring a collection of visual arts materials. Opened on June 18, 2008, Archive Station complements the artistic programming at Immanence. The collection features over 3,500 objects, including artist’s books, original manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, posters, pamphlets, periodicals, collages, private artist’s collections, vinyl records, cassettes, and other assorted documents. This rich collection is accessible to the public by appointment.