Seminar of the School for Advanced Studies in Social Sciences: the body and its early representations.
Conducted by Georges Vigarello (EHESS), joined by Rafael Mandressi (CNRS) and Thierry Pillon (University of Evry).
The Methodology of a Restorer of Antiquarian Books.
An explanation of the choice of restoration methods for a book from the XVIIth century. By Olivier Maupin, professor of restoration of Written Heritage at l’Atelier d’Arts Appliqués (Applied Arts Workshop) in Vésinet.
Travelers in the Name of Knowledge.
By Counter Admiral François Bellec, of the Marine Academy.
Scientific travel opened up a new perspective on nature and living things during a period when we have gone from a simple cataloguing of species to an analysis of the organization of their reign. Scientific collecting and observations preoccupied the educated world for decades, filled hundreds of books, atlases, maps and lithographs.
What is the current role occupied by Book Towns on the Antiquarian Book Market? With Frederik Reitz, Editor in Chief of the Magazine du Bibliophile and representatives of the associations in Montolieu, Bécherel, Fontenoy-la-Joûte, Montmorillon, La Charité-sur-Loire.
Travellers and Collections.
Stéphane Martin, Curator of the Quai Branly Museum.
The great journeys and explorations of the world of the XVIth – XIXth centuries produced a great sum of exceptional literature and bibliophile treasures that are passionately collected. Visit the great classics of travel literature from Jean de Léry to Pierre Loti in light of museum objects which have maintained a trace of their journeys.
Round Table Discussion on the Antiquarian Book and Expectations of Book Amateurs.
With Rodolphe Goujet, doctoral student in Sociology, Emmanuel Lhermitte, expert, and Frederik Reitz, Editor in Chief of the Magazine du bibliophile.
The questionnaire « Booksellers ask bibliophiles » : is handed out both at the Book Fair and through the Magazine du bibliophile. Consulting the public will make it easier to understand what they want, which will help professionals to better adapt to their demands. Survey results will provide a more objective picture of the profession and the needs of the population, which it must satisfy with a fuller understanding of its expectations. The sorting and analysis will be done until the next International Antiquarian Book Fair in June, 2009.
A specialzed school: l’Atelier d’Arts Appliqués du Vésinet (AAAV)
Education for adults, amateurs and professionals, in: traditional and contemporary binding, book decoration, leather gilding, book and graphic document restoration, framing.
Atelier d’Arts Appliqués du Vésinet (AAAV)
28 bis, chemin du Tour des bois, 78400 Chatou.
Tél. 01 39 52 85 90 / firstname.lastname@example.org / www.aaav.asso.fr
Exhibition of Photos of Antiquarian Books
Photographs by Marc-M. www.marc-m.fr
Exhibition of Bindings
Presentation of bindings from the workshop of Véronique Sala-Vidal.
5, rue des Pommerets, 92310 Sèvres. email@example.com
Orchestra: The Quartet from 3 Continents
Formed in Latin America in 2005, the Quartet from 3 Continents is one of the star groups of the Paris Chamber Music Festival: Fauré and Dvorak.
www.parismusiquedechambre.comhe Quartet from 3 Continents is one of the star groups of the Paris Chamber Music Festival: Fauré and Dvorak.