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  • 242 pages 
  • 23cm x 15.5cm 
  • Published in Paris, 2021 

Profane is a French publication dedicated entirely to the amateur — people obsessed with things they aren’t paid to do. Its pages are filled with artists and collectors, creators and appreciators, who are all inspired by something greater than the need to make a living or seek personal fame.


In this issue:


  • An encounter with PascALEjandro, the artistic collaboration between filmmaker Alejandro Jodorowsky and his wife the costume designer Pascale Montandon-Jodorowsky
  • The Polish villagers who celebrate the summer solstice with sand drawings every year
  • The automatic and aquatic painting of Pablo de Selva
  • The childhood drawings of the photographer Paul Rousteau
  • And the strange allure of screws
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