Gianpaolo Pagni creates unique, printed, painted or stamped books. His work focuses around memory and its traces, using patterns and repetitions to create a personal archeology. He also draws and paints on old schoolbooks, magazines and Museum brochures.
In 2015, he presented his latest book, Everybody loves somebody ... at the Galerie Bernard Jordan. Since the mid-90s he collaborated with the national and international press (Le Monde, Libération, So Foot, L´Observateur, the One, The Tiger, International Herald Tribune, The New York Times, La Stampa), with publishing houses, cultural events and with Hermès.
Gianpaolo Pagni, born in 1969 in Turin (Italy), lives in Paris.
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