Gilles A. Tiberghien
Gilles A. Tiberghien works at the intersection of art history and aesthetics, as evidenced by his interest in Italian aesthetics and twentieth-century art history, several of whose authors he has translated and presented (Benedetto Croce, Luigi Pareyson, Cesare Brandi, etc.).
He was one of the first people in France to explore Land Art as an artistic form and an aesthetic reflection. His wider interests include the relationship between art and landscape, the hut as an ambiguous and privileged meeting point between humans and what we call nature, as well as poetry and literature.
He directed the Arts et esthétique collection (Carré, Hoëbeke and Bayard) from 1996 to 2004. He is a member of the editorial board of Cahiers du Musée d’Art Moderne and co-editor with Jean-Marc Besse of Carnets du Paysage.