After a year spent in the heart of the Voltaire project, the Librairie Sans Titre, specialized in art, has moved to 2 rue Auguste Barbier.

The bookshop proposes to an informed or uninformed public, a selection of works by young artists, supported mostly by French and foreign independent publishers.

Contemporary art, photography, graphic design, illustration, fanzines, graphic novels, essays, and magazines form the backbone of this atypical bookstore.

One comes to this place to find or discover works ranging from the unclassifiable, often quirky, sometimes very funny, or kitsch as well as works reflecting pop culture to outsider art, object design, contemporary illustration, posters, and archives.