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sound, visual, concrete poetry

 

 

APPROCHES: 1, 2, 3, 4. 1966-1969. All published.



Artist periodical.
Approches n°1: "Panoramique de la poésie expérimentale";
Approches n°2: "L'érotisme dans la poésie matérielle";
Approches n°3: "Vers un nouveau langage";
Approches n°4: "Cinq trajets".
121; 130; 206; 175pp. Throughoutly ilustrated. Photographs, cut-ups, drawings, visual poems, folding-out pages. Each issue, softcover, 18.8x21.2; 20.7x13.5; 20.7x17.9; 20.7x17.9 cm.
Contributors, among others:
N°1: F. Popper, J. Blaine, Arden-Quin, J.-F. Bory, P. Garnier, F. Dufrene, H. Chopin, B. Heidsieck, C. Mc Carthy, J. Furnival, I.H. Finlay, E. Gomringer, Y. Fujitomi etc;
N°2; F. Popper, A. de Campos, F. Mon, K. Katue, A. Spatola, L. Lijn, J. Furnival, I.H. Finlay, J.F. Borry, C. Pelieu, J. Blaine, I. & P. Garnier, etc;
N°3: J.-F. Bory, J. Blaine, S. Toshihiko, M. Shiomi, K. Katue, E.A. Vigo, J.-C. Moineau, B. Cobbing, F. Vaccari etc;
N°4: J. Blaine, J. Gerz, A. Schifres, J.-F. Bory, Carrega, G. Bertini, K. Friedman, A. & M. Spatola, R. Kostelanetz, P. de Vree, J. Furnival, etc, and J.-C. Moineau: a white flexible 33rpm record, 17 cm diam, "Manuel de conversation courante, Livre 2, la poésie s'écrit comme elle se prononce" inserted in the last cover.
Directed by Jean-François Bory and Julien Blaine, Paris, 1965-1969. (Les Carnets de l'Octéor, Nlle série/Approches).

 

L'AUTONOMATOPEK 1. 1973.

L'Autonomatopek

Artists recording.
33 RPM vinyl record, Ø 17.5 cm (7") inside original printed card sleeve. Side 1: Henri Chopin: "Indicatif II"; Isidore Isou: "Lances Rompues pour la Dame Gothique"; "Recherches pour un Poeme en Prose Pure; Gil Joseph Wolman "Ralentissez les Cadences"; Side 2: Jacques Spacagna: "5 poemes Lettristes"; Bob Cobbing/Anna Lockwood: "Khrajrej"; Jean-Louis Brau: "Turn Back Nightingale"; François Dufrêne: "Crirythme en Bref". Published to come with with issue 40/41 of Opus International Magazine, titled "Poesie en Question". Opus Disque, Editions G. Fall, Paris, n.d. (1973).
The only Jacques Spacagna's recording. 1st record with Isidore's voice, never recorded before. One of the only 3 records containing a Gil Joseph Wolman's recording.
Reference: Broken Music, p. 235. Catalogue: "d.i.s.c.o.t.h.è.q.u.e., expériences sonores d'artistes", Maison du livre et du son, Villeurbanne, 1989, p. (28).

 

AXE # 1,2,3. 1975-76. All published.



Periodical.
3 volumes. Each: 30.5x21.5 cm, variable number of pages, printed on one side only, loose, under a heavy paper cover which is each time designed by a different artist: #1: B. Gysin; #2: René Guiette; #3: Jean Degottex. The 3 volumes under a card slipcase. Printed in offset, letterpress, silkscreen on different kinds of paper.
Each contribution is particular, cut-off, object, file, etc.
Axe 1: Avril 1975: R. Adzak, E. Bal, B. Bogart, H. Chopin, Degottex, M. Dermisache, B. Heidsieck, L.J.P. Schelfhout, U.N. Lee, N. van Daele, P. Ostaijen.
Axe 2: Nov. 1975: A. de Bary, M. Benhamou, H. de Clerc, F. Dufrêne, S. Esmeraldo, R. Guiette, B. Gysin, B. Heidsieck, Plessi.
Axe 3: Déc. 1976. J. Delahaut, J. Giorno, B. Gysin, S. Hanson, B. Heidsieck, A. Lora-Totino, F. Mairey, K. Ritterbusch.
Schraenen, Antwerp, Belgium, 1975-76. Edition of 10+120+370 copies, all numbered.
This copy one of the numbered 370 copies.
Each issue contains a 45rpm vinyl record (diam. 17) of sound poetry:
Axe 1: Henri CHOPIN: Air Vibratoire for Jean.
Axe 2: François DUFRENE: Crirythm for Tinguely/Brion GYSIN: Where is that word; In the beginning was the word; In a place, in a place.
Axe 3: Sten Hanson: Oips I; Oips II.

Ref.: Catalogue: "d.i.s.c.o.t.h.è.q.u.e., expériences sonores d'artistes", Maison du livre et du son, Villeurbanne, 1989, p. (34, #3). "The record as artwork. From futurism to conceptual art", 1978, p. 59, 104, 105. "Poésure et Peintrie", 1993, p. 597.

 

Joseph BEUYS: Ja, Ja, Ja, Ja, Ja, Nee, Nee, Neee, Nee, Nee. 1970.



Artist record.
LP, 33rpm in the original envelope with 12p. supplement booklet. Mazzota, Milan, Italy, 1970. Edition of 500 numbered copies. Stamped signature.
Schellmann 13.

 

Jean-François BORY: Sans Titre. 1974.

Jean-François BORY: Sans Titre

Artist book + Multiple. Deluxe edition copy.
(6)p. + 82 pl., b/w. photo-montages printed offset. Softbound. Pictorial covers. 29.7x21 cm. Hubschmid, Paris, France, 1974. First edition.
1/30 copies of the deluxe edition, in a grey cloth covered box, containing, besides the book itself, an original multiple by J.F. Bory: silk-screened pieces of card featuring 6 pieces of books spines showing the same illustration as the one on the front cover of the book, pasted on a sheet of brown rhodoid, mounted inside the front cover of the box.
Numbered and signed by the artist in the first page of the book and signed again on the spine of the box.
According to the artist, only 5 copies of the preconceived 30 copies have been realized.
This copy is one of the five, numbered and signed inside the title page, also signed in blue ball point pen on the box spine, with, added, a dedication signed and dated by the artist in the title page.

Jean-François BORY: more items

 

Henri CHOPIN: 21 Novembre 74. Portrait des 9. 1975.
Artist book. Deluxe edition copy.

   

Front cover
 

Original work

14p./pl. works of visual poetry 2-color black and red printed. Softcover. 30x21 cm. Schraenen, Antwerp, 1975. Edition of 500 (480+20 ) copies, all of them numbered and signed by H. Chopin.
1 of the 20 of the Deluxe edition, including an original work by Chopin, dated and signed by the artist. Visual poetry, portrait of the "Common Market".

 

Mirtha DERMISACHE: Cahier n°1. 1975.
Artist book Deluxe edition copy.

   

 Front cover
 

 Original work


(20)p./pl. printed directly from the original stencils. Publisher wrappers. 28x21.15 cm. Schraenen, Antwerp, 1975. Edition of 150 (130+20) copies, all numbered and signed on the back of a paper band mounted on the cover.
This copy is one of the 20 copies of the DELUXE edition, containing an original work by M. Dermisache (one of the original stencils created for this book), numbered and signed by the artist.

 

Mirtha DERMISACHE: Cahier n°1. 1975.



Artist book
(20)p./pl. printed directly from the original stencils. Publisher wrappers. 28x21.15 cm. Schraenen, Antwerp, 1975. Edition of 150 (130+20) copies, all numbered and signed on the back of a paper band mounted on the cover.
This copy is one of the 130, numbered and signed.

 

Mirtha DERMISACHE: 4 cartes postales. 1978.
Artist postcards. Deluxe edition copy.



4 postcards printed offset both sides + 1 ("colophon"), loose, under a card cover. Into a translucent paper envelope. 11.5x16.2 cm. Schraenen, Antwerp, Belgium, 1978. Edition of 100, numbered and signed by the artist.

 

Bernard HEIDSIECK: Foules. 1974.
Artist book. Deluxe edition copy

   

Front cover
 

Original work


26 p./pl. of different colors, after "Les 100 Foules d'Octobre 1970" by B. Heidsieck. Genaral Layout by G. Schraenen. Loose, inside a paper folder. 28x20 cm. Edition of 480+20 copies, numbered and signed.
One of the 20 of the Deluxe edition, containing an orignal work by B. Hiedsieck, "Le Solitaire", titled, dated, numbered and signed on the back.

 

Francoise MAIREY: Substitution. 1977.
Artist book. Deluxe edition copy.

   

Front cover

Original work


Unpaginated (54) leaves printed on both sides. Loose, inside a cardboard folder. 32.9x14 cm. Schraenen, Antwerp, 1977. Edition of 200 (180 +20) copies, all numbred and signed. Typed graphic compositions based on piano exercises. Layout: G. Schraenen.
This copy is one of the 20 of the Deluxe edition, containing an original work, a 2-color composition, typewriting on paper, numbered and signed by the artist.

 

Francoise MAIREY: Substitution. 1977.



Artist book.
Unpaginated (54) leaves printed on both sides. Loose, inside a cardboard folder. 32.9x14 cm. Schraenen, Antwerp, 1977. Edition of 200 (180 +20) copies, all numbred and signed. Typed graphic compositions based on piano exercises. Layout: G. Schraenen.
This copy is one of the 180 of the regular edition, numbered and signed.

 

Eugenio MICCINI: Se no Vogliamo Parlare. 1989.
Artist publication.



46p., Preface by Cesare Milanese, bilingual English-Italian poems by E. MIccini. Softcover. 21x13.2 cm. Edizioni Empiria, Roma, 1989. Edition of 650.

 

Eugenio MICCINI: 5 lettere a Duchamp. 1990.
Artist publication.
Eugenio MICCINI/ Eros BONAMINI/ Mauro Dal FIOR/ Massimo TOTOLA: Rrose Sélavy eccetera.
Artist publication.

44 p. Bilingual Italian-Englsih texts. 5 letters bt Miccini to Duchamp, dated from 03.01 to 04.15, 1986. Reproductions of works by G. Maestri, R. Righini. Sofcover. 16.8x12 cm. Edizioni Il Monogramma, Ravenna, 1990. Layout by R. Righini.
(64)p./pl. Text in Italian by Miccini. Photos of 3 performances in homage to Marcel Duchamp at La Giarina Gallery, Verona, Il Traghetto and at la Losa, Garola. Adriano Parise, Colognola ai Colli, 1995.
The two books inside a blue cardboard slipcase.

 

Eugenio MICCINI: Poesia Viviva e Dintorni. 1995.
Artist pubication.



119p. Extracts from texts in Italian by Miccini on Addamo, Villiana, Perfetti, Dorigo, Lo Presti, La Rocca, Martini, Ruffato, Chiara, Mondino, Sarenco, Albani, Roffi, Ciliberto, Fazzini, Pedrazzoli, Brenzoni, Tommasoli, Desiato. Throughoutly illustrated. Softcover. 24x17 cm. Meta, Firenze, 1995.

 

Eugenio MICCINI: Poesia Visiva. Marseille. Jeux de mots - Images. 1995. 1997.
Publication for the show.



Unpaginated. 28pl. full-page reproductions of the artist' works, 1p. text in French by E. Miccini. Softcover. 21x15.2 cm. cipM/Spectres Familiers, "Le Refuge", Marseille, 1997. Edition of 850.

 

Eugenio MICCINI: I Colori della Poesia. 1996.
Exhibition catalogue.


Unpaginated. 1 p. text in Italian by Sarenco, 29 reproductions in colors of works by Miccini. Softcover. 24x16.5 cm. Verona, maggio 1996.

 

Eugenio MICCINI / Lamberto PIGNOTTI: Poesia e No. 1998.
Artist book.

 

Frontispice

Titlepage
 

one of the collages


32 (+4) p., poems in Italian by Lamberto Pignotti, 1 full-page original silkprint in colors and 7 original full-page collages, 3 original mounted photos by Eugenio Miccini. Loose, under a printed paper cover, inside a pink card stock box. Edizioni Canopo, Prato, 1998. Edition of 35 copies, numbered and signed in black pencil by both artist and author in the colophon page. 38.3x28.5x4.9 cm.

 

Maurizio NANNUCI: Black. 1967.

Maurizio NANNUCI: Black. 1967 2 of the plates, detail

Edition. Prints.
6 black silkprints plates in a white paper portfolio, loose. The word "Black" is printed in shiny black ink on black mate paper, becoming larger and larger, plate after plate, till it covers the entire last sheet. Title iembossed on the front cover. 21x21 cm. Edition A, Frankfurt, 1967. Edition of 50 copies, all numbered and signed by Nannucci on the back of the last plate.
Catalogue Nannucci, Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris, 1994, p. 3.

 

Maurizio NANNUCI: Poem. 1968.

Maurizio NANNUCI: Poem

Multiple. Object.
Rubber stamp, wood and rubber, to print the word "POEM". Packaged in a clear rhodoid box with lid. 6.5x3.5x4.2 cm. Unlimited edition. Firenze, Exempla, 1968.
Catalogue Nannucci, Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris, 1994, p. 3.
Catalogue L'Empreinte, Paris, Centre Pompidou, 1997, n° 68, p. 216, 219.

 

Maurizio NANNUCI: Universum, volume I and volume II. 1969.

Maurizio NANNUCI: Universum, volume I and volume II
Multiple. Object.
"Book" bound on both vertical edges, the two volumes face to face. Full dark blue leather binding. Inside a marbelized cardboard slipcase. 18.5x11.7 cm. On the two spines, stars and title printed gold. Bianconero, Rome, 1969. Unspecified edition size.
Catalogue Nannucci, Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris, 1994, p. 4.

 

Maurizio NANNUCI: Exempla. Documenti di poesia concreta e visuale raccolti da Maurizio Nannucci. Documents of concrete and visual poerty edited by Maurizio Nannucci. 1970.

Maurizio NANNUCI: Exempla

Edition.
4 p. and 32 silkprinted cards, a card an artist. Loose, under black heavy paper folder and slipcase. 20x10.9 cm. Exempla, Florence, 1970. Edition of 200 numbered copies. 32 particioating artists: 32 artistes, H. de Vries, J. Kolar, B. Cobbing, C. Parmiggiani, A. Spatola, M. Bentivoglio, J. Gerz, P. de Vree, M. Goeritz, E. Gomringer, J. Furnival...
Catalogue Nannucci, Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris, 1994, p. 5.

 

José Antonio SARMIENTO: ¡! ¿? (Admiracion). 1975.
Artist book.

Unpaginated. Title page and plates of visual poetry works. Perfect binding. 15x11 cm. El papel higienico, Coleccion 1, Paris, 1975.

 

Guy WILLIAMS: Random Notes on Painting. 1971.

Guy WILLIAMS: Random Notes on Painting

Artist book.
Unpaginated. Text in English and plates. Stapled bound. 15.2x12.6 cm. Published on the occasion of his show at Pomona College Art Gallery, April 20 - May 16, 1971.

 

 

 


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