A retrospective of thirteen years of image production by the artist duo Hippolyte Hentgen.
The four-handed drawing practiced by Hippolyte Hentgen has gradually mutated into a practice of the image in the broadest sense: by collages, heterogeneous documentary borrowings ... Imagier brings together thirteen years of production by the two artists, from 2009 to 2022. In the introduction, Claire Gilman explores the anti-hierarchical way in which Hippolyte Hentgen makes images. A long-term interview with Tony Côme then allows us to revisit their practice of collecting and quoting, and by implication, the historical conditions of the production of drawing. Finally, a contribution by Jad Fair brings this generous monograph to a poetic close.