Lapin-Canard is based in Paris and does artists’ posters.

Lapin-Canard offers visual artists it enjoys carte blanche on an A0 format (841×1189 mm). The posters are microencapsulated pigment inkjet prints for silkscreen-like high image quality, density and stability. Paper is matt for a velvety rendering. Prints are made on demand by partner Atelier Martin Garanger.

The posters are released in affordable editions of 10 alongside an exhibition print and an artist’s proof. Lapin-Canard is non-lucrative and remits 60% of its profits to the artist. Every release is decently celebrated with drinks, music and dances.

You can reach Lapin-Canard per mail, on Facebook or Instagram.


UPCOMING

LAPIN-BERLIN-CANARD #33
25 & 26 August 2018

RELEASES
LC091 Özlem Altin
LC092 Nina Barret-Mémy
LC093 Melanie Bonajo
LC094 Andreas Fogarasi
LC095 Alexander Lieck
LC096 Anne Neukamp
LC097 Mandla Reuter
LC098 Alexander Wolff

Hopscotch Reading Room
Kurfürstenstraße 14
10785 Berlin

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NEWS

LC003 Céline Vaché-Olivieri, LC008 Marie Quéau, LC014 WE ARE THE PAINTERS, LC015 Pierre Joseph, LC018 Pauline Curnier Jardin, LC024 Laurent Lacotte & Pablo Cavero (ETE), LC025 Seulgi Lee, LC029 DeYi Studio, LC030 Bettina Samson, LC034 Claude Closky, LC035 Laurie Charles, LC038 Diane Guyot de Saint Michel

entered the collection of the FRAC Île-de-France.

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