the release of LC 47 in ONE MINUTE SPACE with:
Hugo Brillet, Despina Charitonidi, 3 137, Claudio Coltorti, Nadja Geer, Marina Miliou Theocharaki,
Maria Papadimitriou, Panos Papadopoulos, Vassilis Papageorgiou, Panos Profitis, Christina Reinhardt,
Sofia Stevi, Alexandros Tzannis, Kostis Velonis, Kyveli Zoi
—-DJ SETS BY KAWRS & NILS OHRMANN (GOLDEN GATE, BERLIN)—
Pierre Andrieux, Eva Barto +1, Demi Tour de France, Nick Oberthaler, Lola Gonzales, Alexander Lieck,
Nelly Monnier, Bernard Pifarretti, Emilie Pitoiset, Ingrid Luche, Eric Stephany, Noemie Vulpian
Eric Stephany and Florent Frizet
Lapin-Canard was founded by Nicolas Mihle and Matthieu Clainchard, in Paris Belleville on the 1st of May 2015 and does artists’ posters.
It offers visual artists it enjoys carte blanche on a single A0 format (840 x 1188 mm). The posters are pigmented inkjet prints on 189g/m2 matt paper. They are released in affordable editions of 10 alongside 1 exhibition print and 1 artist’s proof. The prints are made on demand by Atelier Martin Garanger in Paris.
Lapin-Canard is non-lucrative and remits 60% of profits to the artist. Releases are always celebrated with music, libations and dances, in Paris or elsewhere.
by Vincent Pécoil
In the beginning, “Lapin-Canard” was the name given to parties at a bar in Belleville, organised by
Matthieu Clainchard and Nicolas Milhé. Since these parties brought together a large number of artists, the
idea naturally arose to also make them into artistic events. To avoid the exhibition-in-a-bar pitfall, with its
slightly sad connotation of being an exhibition for lack of anything better, the principle adopted was to
produce artists’ posters and present them at each party, initially one, and subsequently several. The poster
or posters were affixed to one of the large windows of the restaurant-bar, so that they were visible from the
outside. The first Lapin-Canard party accompanied by the presentation of one of these prints took place on
1 May 2015 at La Cantine Fabien, a restaurant-bar located on the Place of the same name. La Cantine
Fabien became the group’s Command Post, across from the headquarters of the other CP*. In the summer
of 2015, Lapin-Canard became an association and publishing house.