Selection 310

Spanish, Portuguese, South American

[#19245]

468 REVISTA GRAFICA EXPERIMENTAL

Nos. 1-6 (all publ.). Ediciones Lorito Tinto. Buenos Aires, Abril 1985-Marzo 1991. Each issue in a different colour card folder with an original ilustration (collage) on the front, containing loose leaves with prints, (colour) woodcuts, collages, xerox, rubber stamps, various printing techniques, paper stocks and even hand drawn illustrations and elaborately folded sheets (in no 3). xerox and dot matrix computer printing as well as woodblocks (style of of Vigo) and other means; folders size 16x21,5 cm. Each with one to six round punch-holes on the bottom corresponding with the issue number. Limited editions of 200. Most contributions are signed. All in excellent condition apart from some occasional light wear and very light foxing on the folders. Ano 1 No. 1. Abril 1985. 15 leaves and 2 double (one in colour). Ano 1 No. 2. (n.d. 1985?). 11 leaves and 1 double. Ano 2 No. 3. (n.d., 1986 ?). 11 leaves and 1 double. No. 4 Julio 87. 10 leaves and 1 double (of which no 10 on tabloid-size folded newsprint). No. 5 Marzo 90. 14 leaves. No. 6 Marzo 91. 14 leaves.

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Director: Carlos Gregorio Pamparana. No. 1: Contribs. By Claudia del Rio, Francis Picabia, Sixto Gonzalez, Adriana Scattolin, Elvirar Pereyra (cover design), E.A. Vigo (from Hexagono) Cordel, Grupo "Fos". No. 2: (Cow Town Art, First day of issue). Contributors: Enrique Aarau, Liliana Grinberg, Graciella G. Marx (with stam in silver on front cover, and probably the artist of the collage), Gustavo Larsen, Elvira Pereyra, Hilda Paz, Mariella Rothberg. Some contributions signed, numbered and with some rubber stamping. No. 3: Front cover collage by Eduardo Zabalet. Back cover with woodcut and blindstamping. Eds. Adriana Scattoli, Elvra Perayram Contributors: Javier Portela Goyana, Lido Iacopetti, Mariela Rotheberg, Marta Cesarono, Enrique Arau, Alfredo Mauderli. Page 7 with hand drawn illustrations and elaborately folded sheets. No. 4: Cover by Edgardo Antonio Vigo (with blindstamped oval figure, back cover "Anteproyecto de proyecto: realizacion de una tapa de revista). Contribs Ana Perrota,Maria de los Angeles de Rueda, Hilda Paz, Emilio enart, Mario Daniel Gemin, E.A.Vigo, Cecilia Aguero, Daniel Besoytaorube, Julien Blain: tabloid-size folded newsprint, poemes metaphysiques, 8 pages, illustrated, last page with "Note du Jardinier" stamped Jule Blaine, with spanish transl 3 pages typescript on 3 pages. No. 5: Cover by Carlos Gregorio Pamparana. Contributions by Dora Bianchi, Adriana Scattolin, Mariela Rothberg, Guillermo Deisler, Gustavo Larsen, Juan Carlos Romero, Martin Glas, Edgardo Vigo, Pedro Bericat, Carlos Zerpa, Grupo Excombres, Paulo Bruscky. No. 6: Black cover with silver lettering, collage by I Muestranomade Ralveroni, another in colour by Ralveroni affixed to the inside flap, with stencilled text on the "Muestra Nomade" (exposition tinerante). 14 leaves (some unidetified,possibly 1 lacking) by Esteban, Ciampini, Gemin unidentified), Moñoz, Perez Aznar, Lombardo, Gobel, Pamparana, Calderon, Fontana, Guttierrez Marx (unidentified), Vergara (unidentified), Novarin.

[#19320]

a (A NUEVA VISION)

Publicación trimestral de la Editorial Nueva Visión. Publicación de Arte.

Nos. 1-3 (all published).. Buenos Aires, Editorial Nueva Vision. Agosto 1956- Marzo 1958. Unbound, untrimmerd, as issued. Printed on off-white heavy stock, lightly toned. Nos. 1 & 2 each 8 pages, folded from a large sheet to 38 x 28 cm, untrimmed, no. 2 with small closed tear in lower margin of p. 8; No. 3 also 8 pages, folded from a large sheet to 32 x28 cm. , plus a 4 page typeset textual insert on yellow paper and a photogram in black on green paper. Small closed tear in upper margin of p.1/2.The first 2 numbers do not have the textual insert.

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Publicacion trimestral. Founded/editoted nu Tomas Maldonado and Carlos Ruiz, as a successor to the meagazine Nueva Visión. - Numero 1. Buenos Aires, agosto, 1956. Pages 1 & 8: Fernández-Muro: Tema con círculos y verticales (serigrafías); p 2 Raúl Gustavo Aguirre: hierva, hormiga, guijarro; p 3 & 7 Alfredo Hlito: dibujos; p 4 y 5 Sara Grilo: Composición (Serigrafía numbered 37/100 and signed in pencil); p 6 Edgar Bayley: Poema. - Numero 2. Buenos Aires, marzo, 1956. Pages 1 & 8 Sara Grilo: Composición (serigrafía) p 2 & 7 Edgar Bayley: Poema.; p 3 & 6 Fernández-Muro: Tema con círculos (serigrafías); p 4 & 5 Clorindo Testa: Composición (Serigrafía). - Numero 3. (Dedicated to Dr. Carlos Ruiz, fundador de esta revista). Buenos Aires, marzo, 1958. 8 páginas, 32 x 29 cm. Plus: an insert of 4 pages with printed text on yellow pape; Plus: one sheet: Tapa (serigrafía) y fotograma: Tomás Gonda (printed in black on green paper). ; Page 3 Sara Grilo (serigrafía signed in pencil and numbered 23/50 ); Pages 4 y 5 Clorindo Testa; 6 Eduardo Jonquiéres (serigrafía signed in pencil and numbered 23/50); p 8 Fernández Muro (serigrafía). The yellow 4 page insert has texts by Jorge Rom Brest and Damián Bayón.

[#20168]

A PARTIR DE CERO.

Revista de poesía y antipoesía.

Complete collection: 3 issues (all published); narrow folio; small illustrations in the text. - Nos. 1-2 (all publ of the frst series). Buenos Aires, [Printer: Talleres Graficos Verdad], 1952, 2 issues, each number 8 pages, tall-small folio, printed in b/w on white stock (47,5 x 16,2 cm); good copies of this fragile publication, light yellowing of the front page and a small waterstain in the left bottom corner. Followed by: - (No.3) Segunda época. Sept. de 1956. Buenos Aires, 1956 (all published). (35 x 12,8). (16 pages, sewn in illustrated wrappers, in an unusual manner, in which some pages fold out twice. With numerous illustrations. Wrapper lighly soiled and some foxing inside, but altogether a very good copy.

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Full collection of this magazine, landmark off Argentinean avant-garde and Surrealsm. Gathering the most important names: i.e., Enrique Molina, Aldo Pellegrini, Francisco Madariaga, Llinás, Olga Orozco, etc. - No. 1 (november 1952): ,8 unnumbered pages, 6 drawings by Juan Battle Planas. Texts by Enrique Molina, César Moro, Aldo Pellegrini, Giselle Prassinos, Benjamin Péret, Carlos Latorre, Julio Antonio Llanas. - No. 2 (december 1952): Directed by Enrique Molina. With texts by André Breton, Paul Eluard, Carlos Latorre, Enrique Molina, Aldo Pellegrini, Antonia Porchia, Georges Schehadé, Juan A.Vasco. In the middlespread on double page 'Homenaje a Paul Eluard'. (Lafleur, p. 261). -Seg. Epoca No 1: Actually the third (and last) number of this South-American surrealist-avant garde periodical, . Edited by: Carlos Latorre, Lulio Lliná. F. J. Madariaga, Enrique Molina, Aldo Pellgrini, J. A. Vasco. With contributions by César Moro, Benjamin Péret, Giselle Prassinos. Texts by Antonin Artaud, Leonora Carrington, Ingemar Gustafson, Enrique Molina, Aldo Pellegrini, Carlos Latorre, Julios Llinás, Olga Orozco, Francisco José Madariaga, Blamca Varela, José Antonio Vasco. Important illustrations by Juan Estban Fassio, Enrique Molina, Alvaro Rodríguez, Julio Llinás, Martha Peluffo, Carlos Latorre. (Lafleur p. 260).

[#12227]

AGON

Cuaderno a Maria Adela Agudo. Revista de Filosofia y Letras.

No. 1 (all publ.). Buenos Aires, 1953. 72 + unnumbered advertising pages. Folio. Original wrappers, slightly browned. Illustrated.

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Director: Gerardo Baldessarre Gustavo F.J. Cirigliano, José R. Digiglio and Saad Chedid. Contributions by B. Canal-Feijóo, R. Galán a.o. Illustrations by Luis Pellegrini, Lino Eneas Spilimbergo, Eduardo Audivert, A. Calabrese, Juanita Briones, Demetrio Urruchua, Carlos de la Mota etc. a.o.

[#12234]

ANALES DE LA SOCIEDAD SARMIENTO

Vol. 1 no. 1 (all publ?). Tucumán, 1939. Size h/w: 28 x 19 cm. Uncut. Original wrappers slightly damaged at the spine and stained.

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Editorial staff and board: Alfredo Coviello, Mario R. Posse, Miguel Angel Gonzalez, Carlos Cuenya, Jose H. Peralta, Jose C. Salmoiraghi. With contributions by Juan F. de Lázaro, Aníbal Sánchez Reulet, Juan Oscar Ponferrada, Alfredo Coviello a.o.

[#12208]

ANTOLOGIA

Revista mensual de Literature, Artes y Ciencias.

Ano 1 nos. 1-4 (all). Buenos Aires, Nov. 1944 - Febr. 1945. Bound (h. leather) without wrappers. 4to.

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Director: Arturo Cambours Ocampo; edited by Martin Fierro srl. Contribs. include: Carlos Ibarguren, B. Pena, C. Astrada, Br. Jacovella, L. Marechal, S. Montero Diaz, T.D. Casares, A. Cancela, L. Zia, H. Carossa, J. Giono, J.P. Ramos, H.M. Guglielmini, J. Filloy, I.B. Anzoategui, Ric. Guiraldes, Fr. Mauriac, R.D. Padilla, etc.; featuring (and reproducing) work of artists like Ballester Peña, José Bonomi, Cesáreo Bernaldo de Quirós and Emilio Pettoruti.

[#12242]

ARIEL

Letras y Arte.

Nos. 1-5 (all publ.). Buenos Aires, June 1914 - Jan. 1915. Size h/w: 24 x 16,3 cm. Original illustrated wrappers. Covers somewhat damaged and soiled, with repairs of the extremities.

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Directed by A. Alberto Palcos. Secretary S. Scheimberg. With contributions by José Ingenieros, A. Alberto Palcos, Antonio de Tomaso, J. González Castillo, Alberto Ghiraldo, Artemio Moreno, José Pezzi Mendoza, Carlos Rodríguez Etchart, Enrique Mouchet, Adolfo Bergman a.o. (Lafleur, Provenzano, Alonso; p. 65)

[#16600]

ARTE CONCRETO INVENCIÓN.

Revista. Asociación de Arte Concreto Invencion.

Numero 1 (of 2 publ.) Agosto de 1946. Buenos Aires, 1948. Original selfwrappers, illustrated; 16 pages (28,5 x 19,8 cm). Stapled in the spine; with very light soiling to the back cover and a minimal chip to the right bottom corner of the front cover, in fact a fine copy.

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Editorial board consists of Edgar Bayley, Simon Contreras Alfredo Hlito, Raul Lozza; with contributions by and illustrating works of Tomás Maldonado, Alberto Molemberg, Raúl Lozza, Alfredo Hlito, Enio Iommi, Lidy Prati, and others. Contains the 'Manifiesto Invencionista Marzo 1946', also 'Notas para una estética materialista'(Hlito); 'Sobre invencion poetica'(Bayley); 'Haia una Musica Invencionists'(Lozza), 'Lo abstracto y lo concreto en el arte moderno'(Maldonado), etc.; the first of two numbers published; very rare.

[#13701]

ARTES HISPANICAS / HISPANIC ARTS

A magazine of literature, music and visual arts

Vol. 1, nos. 1-3/4 (all publ.). Richmond, VA, Macmillan for Indiana University, 1967-1968. Size (h/w): 25,5 x 21,5 cm. (Nos. 1 and 2 show water staining to edge of covers. Internally clean & unmarked).

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A complete run of this lavishly produced bi-lingual literary and artistic periodical edited by Willis Barnstone. No. 3/4 (311 pp.) is guest-edited by Mary Ellen Solt and surveys world concrete poetry, with contributions and manifestos by Ian Hamilton Finlay, Gomringer, the de Campos brothers, Henri Chopin, Jonathan Williams, etc .Contributions in nos. 1-2 by Borges, Paz (trans. Mark Strand), and Guilllen. Issue no. 1 includes a phonograph record of Paz & Borges.

[#19210]

ARTES PLASTICAS

Revista de artes plasticas.

No. 5, 7/8. Porto, Sept 1974--Dez/Jan. 1977. 4to., illustrated wrappers.

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Direction: Egidio Alvaro, Jaime Isidoro. Contributions: No. 7/8: Terceiros Encontros Internacionales de Arte em Portugal. Contributions: Lima de Freitas, Agidio Alvaro, A.Q.Ribeiro, Giov. Joppoto, Fernando Lanhas, etc.

[#577]

ARXIU DE TRADICIONS POPULARS

Recollides a Catalunya, València, Mallorca, Rosselló, Sardenya, Andorra, i terres Arargoneses de parla Catalana.

Nos. 1-7. Barcelona, May 1928-1935. Bound together in one vol., plain cloth; 4to; Illustrated.

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Nicely produced. Director: Valeri Serra 1 Boldú. Devoted to Catalan folklore; articles on traditional art, folk-art, oral literature, costumes, religion, legends, Medicine, etc. With a hand-coloured (mostly woodcut) illustration on the first page of each issue.

[#618]

ATLANTIDA

Ciencia, letras, arte, historia americana.

Tomos 1-13 (=Nos. 1-39 out of 40 nos. published). Buenos Aires, 1911-1914. Contemp. h. leather (some bindings sl. damaged, some wormholes in the last few pages of vol.1).

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Director: David Pena; the almost complete set, lacking only the final issue no 40 (Tomo 14 no 1).

[#20280]

AZIMUTH

A cura di Enrico Castellani - Piero Manzoni.

Nos. 1-2 (all publ.). Milano, Editoriale periodici italiana, 1959-1960. 4to; 2 issues, (32),(24) pp., with many illustrations and photographs, full page serigraphy by Manzoni ,in no 1 a text by Gillo Dorfles ("Communicazione e Cosumo nell Arte d'Oggi") , A Metamatic plate by Tinguely and two "blues" (a large one in no 1 and a small one in no 2) by Yves Klein. Includes the original invite-leaflet for "La Nuova Concezione Artistica", exposition (4.1-7.2.1960)in Azimut Gallery. Original wrappers, stapled in the spine. Both issues in nice condition, only the cover of the second issue very lightly duststained and the spine of both very lightly rubbed (and trace of fold in left upper corner of no 1). .

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The complete set of this periodical of the Galleria Azimuth, featuring work by avant-garde artists from Europe and America (including Zero). Texts in English, French and German by Pierre Manzoni, Castellani, Dorfles, Ballo, Yves Klein Second issue titled 'The New Artistic Conception' with the list of exhibitions at the Gallery in 1960.

[#13126]

AZOR

Revista de Poesía.

No. 1-5 (all publ.). Guaymallén (Mendoza), República Argentina, June 1959 - December 1961. Original wrappers. Cover of no. 1 browned/stained (but with autographs of the editors, as detailed below). Provenance: collection of Federico Vogelius, with his library-stamp on the covers.

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Directors: Graciela de Solá and Elena Jancarik. Contributions by Luisa Pasamanik, Armando Tejada Gómez, Ricardo E. Molinari, Alfonso Sola González, Juan Carlos Palavecino, Ricardo Tudela, Jorge Enrique Móbile, José Isaacson, Héctor Ciochini, Eduardo A. Jonquieres a.o. On the cover of no. 1 the autographs of the editors and the contributors of this number. Added some typed poems by Luis Alfredo Villalba a.o. On the inside front cover of the first no.: "Esta revista nació del fervor de un grupo de amigos reunidos en la apasionada cetreria del quehacer poético. Amigos de la Poesía se los llamó espontáneamente en Mendoza, y ellos aceptaron con gusto esta definícón, ya que no es otro el lazo que los une en el ámbito de una tarea y una vocación común. No parten estos amigos -lo declaramos- de planteamientos ideológicos o siquiera estéticos prefijados. Quizá porque descreen ya de las escuelas, o de las generaciones poéticas, prefieren escuchar, acogiendo en su amistosa rueda toda aproximación leal a la belleza."[Lafleur, Provenzano, Alonso: p. 256, 262]

[#689]

BARCELONA

Boletin de la Sociedad de Atración de Forasteros (Syndicat d'Initiative).

Vol. 1-15. Barcelona, 1910-1924 (Comprising nos. 1-44). Roy. 8vo; bound in 6 vols., hcalf. preserving the illustrated covers and the advertising pages.

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Well presented and nicely produced periodical for the promotion of Barcelona and Catalonia; issues of 70-100 pages, fully illustrated, informing on history and arts of Barcelona, its architecture and urban development, exhibitions, museums and cultural events etc.; interesting advertisements (hotels, restaurants, department stores, etc.), and in particular interesting photographic documentation about the expansion of the city, the restauration of monuments and collections of museums. Some issues slightly affected by moisture.

[#16904]

BOA

Cuadernos internacionales de documentacion sobre la poesia y el arte de vanguardia.

No. 1-3 (= last published). Buenos Aires, May, June 1958 - July 1960. Original illustrated wrappers; 4to. Illustrated Together with: Catalogue- Exposition Boa-Phases. Confrontacion internacional de arte experimental. Museo Provincial de bellas artes Rosa Galisteo de Rodriguez, Santa Fe, 4-20 June 1959. Original wrappers. Together with: Announcement of an exposition: Grupo ­ BOA. Diez años después. Text by Julio Llinas. Sociedad Hebraica Argentina. Buenos Aires 1969, 4 pp. (14 x 12,2 cm). The first number in good condition, but for some soilage and marginal dampstains, lightly shaven and right-bottom corner dogeared; the second number and the Phases-Catalogue in excellent condition, the third number with light shaving on the back-cover, otherwise in excellent condition.

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Complete set of this Argentine avant-garde periodical of the Group BOA, close to 'Phases', directed by Julio Linás; covers illustrated by Kazuya Sakai, E. Scanavino, M. Peluffo, Karl-Otto Götz and Juan Langlois. Contributions include: J. Linas, E. Jaguer, O. Girondo, A. Pellegrini: "Wolfgang Paalen", G. Luea, E. Sanguineti, B. Rybak, G. Henein, Jacques Lacomblez: "A Wifredo Lam", S. Dangelo, R. Giguère, Ghérasim Luca, J. Hérold, L. Soederberg, J.J. Lebel, Jean Pierre Duprey, F. Madariaga, A. Porchia, F. Urondo, R. Alonso, M. Trejo, E. Bayley, M. de Lima Sousa etc. Reproducing work of Sakai, Chab, Borda Peluffo, Miguens, Gianni Bertini, Corneille, Y. Tabuchi, E. Schumacher, E. Baj a.o. [Lafleur, Provenzano, Alonso p. 245, 262]

[#15853]

BUENOS AIRES LITERARIO

Vol. 1 no 1 (all published). Buenos Aires, 15 Oct. 1948. Newpapersize, folded twice, with wear and browning over folds; 6 pages, illustrated.

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Director: Eduardo Joubin Colombres, contributions by Guill.Pittaluga Echeverria, Romualdo Brughetti, José Munos Cota, Joaquin Neyra, Nich.Guillen, Ul.Petit de Murat, C.Iturburo, a.o.

[#1010]

BUTLLETI DELS MUSEUS D'ART DE BARCELONA

Publicació de la Junta de Museus.

Vol. 1-7 (all publ., comprising nos. 1-79). Barcelona, June 1931-1937. 4to; hcalf. With illustrations.

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Directed by Joaquim Folch i Torres; art historical studies focusing on the holdings and new acquisitions of the art museums in Barcelona. Contribs. include A. Duran i Sanpere, Pere B. Tarragó, Esteve Cladella, Josep F. Ràfols, a.o.

[#19149]

BUZON DE ARTE

ARte de BuZon.

Ano 1 Numero 1. Caracas, Venezuela. Jabuary 1976. Large sheet 74x54 cm, beige paper, text and illustrations printed rect/verso in purple ink. Folded to 37x27 cm., good condition, except for small closed tear in right margin. Only one more issue was published.

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Edita y dirige: Diego Barboza. With contributions by Clemente Padin, Haroldo Gonzalez, Jorge Caballo, Klaus Groh, Peter van Beveren, Pepe Pappa, Ferró, Herve Fischer, EA Vigo & H. Zabala, Oscar Sj/ostrand.

[#16536]

CALIBAN

Nos. 1, 2, 3/4 (all publ.). Impresso na Tipografia Litografia Globo, Ida. Lourenço Marques, 1971-1972. 8vo; original pictorial wrappers.

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Art and literary periodical from Mozambique, edited by J.P. Grabato and Rui Knopfli. Contributions by Eugénio Lisboa, Francisco de Sousa Neves, João Bettencourt da Camara, José Cravirinha, Jorge Viegas, Linda Hlongo, Orlando Mamdes Rui Knopli, Rui Nogar. Also Portuguese collaborators: Fonseca Amaral, Gloria de Sant'Anna, J.P.Grabato Dias, Leite de Vasconcellos, L. de Carvalho, Seb. Alba.

[#1120]

CANTICO

Poesia y Poética.

Nos. 1-3 (all publ.). Tucumán, August -Oct./Dec. 1940. Original wrappers (stained, wrapper of no 2 loose and a bit damaged); 4to.

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Director: Marcos A. Morínigo. Poetry by Guillermo Orce Remis, Maria Adela Agudo, Leda Valladares Frias, Alfonso Sola González. In the first issue also an article by González "La adjetvación en la poesía de Federico García Lorca". Statement from the director: 'Cantico es una Revista de los Jóvenes y para los jóvenes dedicada exclusivamente a la Poesía y a lo Poética.' See also: Lafleur, Las revistas argentinas p. 205.

[#13133]

CANTO (Hojas de poësia)

No. 1-2 (all publ.). Buenos Aires, June 1940 - August 1940. 4to. self-wrappers, browned. Illustrated. Together with supplement-leaflet in no. 1 "La Ballesta Magnifica" and together with Canto 1 y 2 Universidad Nacional de Cuyo, Facultad de Filosofia y Letras, Cuadernos de Poesia Argentina 1, Canto y la Generacion de 1940. Mendoza, 1953. 4to. Original wrappers. Illustrated.

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A landmark magazine for the 'generacion de 1940' which influenced and stimulated Argentinian literature although it only appeared twice. Edited by Julio Marsagot, Miguel Angel Gómez and Eduardo Calamaro. Contributions by Roberto Paine, Daniel J. Devoto, Silvina Ocampo, Santiago Gandugliam, Juan Rodolfo Wilcock, Alfonso Sola Gonzalez, Horacio Raul Klappenbach, Carlos Alberto Alvarez, Tulio Carella, Cesar Fernandez Moreno, J.M. Castiñeira de Dios and Olga Gugliotta Orozco. Illustrations by Delia Copello and Enrique Molina. [Lafleur, Provenzano, Alonso p. 170, 223]

[#13135]

CAPRICORNIO

Revista de literatura, arte y actualidades.

Nos. 1-3 (of 8 publ.). Buenos Aires, July 1953 - November 1965. 8vo. Original wrappers. No. 1 and 3 uncut.

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Director: Bernardo Kordon. Contributions by Alberto Moravia, Paul Eluard, Jean Paul Sartre, Juan José Sebrelli, Joseé de Castro, Roberto Cossa, Ernesto Sábato, César Tiempo, Horacio J. Becco, a.o. [Lafleur, Provenzano, Alonso p. 247, 263]

[#21255]

CAPS.A

Revista objeto

Nos 1-4, 1982-1983 (of 7 publshed). Artists’ multiple/periodica (Revista objecto) l in octagonal shaped cardboard boxes, 20 x 20 cm, with colour printed title label on top lid. Includes loose sheets, poem objects and collages of various materials made to fit the box by various contributors. Produced in an edition of 400. The magazine existed from 1982-1985, 7 issues were released in total. Edited by the Cattelan artist’ collective of poets, painters and sculptors Lola Albarracín, J.M.Calleja, Jordi Cuyàs and Jaume Simon. Apparantly each issue was released on a special (public) location and distributed for free. Minimal denting on the box of No.3, moderate browning on tops of No.2 and No.4. Overall the multiples are in very good condition.

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Includes: CAPS.A. 1 (Presentacio), numbered edition 306/400. Contributors: Lola Albarracín, J.M.Calleja, Jordi Cuyàs and Jaume Simon. Copy 306/400. Presented on April 24 1982 at the Municipal Museum of Mataró by Josep Maria Rovira Brull. CAPS.A. 2 (Trencaclosques), numbered edition 175/400. Contributors Lola Albarracín, J.M.Calleja, Jordi Cuyàs i Jaume Simon. Presented on June 26 1982 at the Plaza Mayor de Vic and on July 24 1982 at Plaza Santa Anna de Mataró. CAPS.A. 3 (Reflexos), numbered edition 037/400. Participants Benítez, J.M.Calleja, Jordi Cuyàs i Jaume Simon.Presented on November 19 1982 at the Reading Center of Reus by Pere Anguera. CAPS.A. 4 (Zas), numbered edition 210/440. This multiple does not feature a cardboard box like the former issues, but as a leporello in the same octagonal shape, held together by a pink ribbon. It folds out to 200 cm. Participants: M. dels Àngels Ballbé, Benítez, Pere Boix, Genís Cano, Jordi Catafal, Eduard Comabella, Joan FontRegàs, Nefer, Tonia Passola, Martí Peran, Feliu Plasencia, Ernest Puig, JASarmiento, Pep Segon, Poetic Text Group and Gustavo Vega. Presented on April 22 1983 at Can Xammar, Mataró.

[#12237]

CARACOL

Suplemento poético de la revista Renacimiento.

Nos. 1-2 (all publ.). La Plata, Edicions de Renacimiento, 1941. 4to. Original wrappers (rather brittle and browned). Front cover of no. 1 loose in the spine and edges damaged. No. 2 badly foxed.

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Edited by Angel Osvaldo Nessi and Juan José Manauta. Contributions by S. Ibafiez, V. Aleixandre, R. Galán a.o. [Lafleur, Provenzano, Alonso p. 196, 223].

[#1127]

LA CARCAJADA

Enciclopedia de gracias, sales, chistes, donaires y occurencias de los mas celebres escritores antiguos.

Tomo 1 nos 1-24 (all publ.?). Madrid, Impr. Sociedad Literaria, 1 Nov. 1843 - 15 Oct. 1844. Bound hcloth; 4to.

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Satirical periodical, 8 pp./issue, with text in verses, by Eug.Gerardo Lobo, Francisco de Quevedo, Diego Hurtado de Mendoza, Salvador Jacinto Polo de Medina, Manuel Pellicer de Velasco, Baltasar del Alcazar, etc., illustrated with woodcut vignettes.

[#17014]

CENTRO DE INVESTIGACIONES HISTORICAL Y ESTETICAS.

Boletin.

Nos 1-3 and 4-13. Caracas, 1964-1972. Some discoloration of the spines and owner/date stamps on the covers of nos. 6, 8, 10-13.

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Caracas: Faculdad de Arquitectura y Urbanismo, Universidad Central de Venezuela. With numerous illustrations, photographs.

[#13134]

CERO

Poesía, cuento, ensayo, plástica, música, teatro, crítica literaria. 'Primer objeto narguile que trata de un homenaje a juan batlle planas, el surrealismo, breton, y ciertos elementos para la nueva realidad.'

No. 7/8 (last number published). Buenos Aires, August 1967. 4to. Original pictorial wrappers. Illustrated. Small defects to cover, slight soilage, but still a good copy..

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The last number of CERO, edited by Zito Lema. A remarkable and important document on surrealism and an hommage to the poet Batlle Planas. Includinng poetry by him.. Also many reproductions of work by Planas. Other contributions are by and on Artaud, Arp, Breton, Char, Desnos, Eluard, Michaud and Prévert. Cf.:Lafleur, Provenzano and Alonso ("Las revistas literarias argentinas")

[#15454]

CICLÓN

Revista literaria

Vol. 1 no. 2 & Vol. 2 no 4. La Habana (Cuba). Marzo 1955 - Julio 1956. Original pictorial wrappers, with slight soilage, especially 2 no 4. .

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Directed by José Rodriguez Feo. Two issues (out of ?) of this Cuban avant-garde periodical, with texts (and ills.) by Edouard Jaguer on Wilfredo Lam), Alfonso Reyes, Jorges Seferis, Miguel Angel Asturias, Ramon Ferreira, Cesar Fernandez Moreno, Jose Ferrator Moram Srephan Mallarmé, de Sade, Witold Gombrowics, J.S.Munoz Rojas, a.o.

[#17943]

CLAVE (Léon Trotzky)

Tribuna Marxista.

Primera Epoca Nos. 1-9; Secunda Epoca Nos. 1, 2, 5 ,6, 7, 8-9 (in one issue); 10-13 (in one issue). Tercera Epoca No. 1 (all published). Mexico, D.F., 1 October 1938 - Mayo de 1941. Together 17 issues. Original wrappers, stapled in the spine (staples rusting), despite inevitable browning due to the paper quality all issues are in reasonable state (one issue repaired in the spine).

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Léon Trotzky's journal, which he published in Mexico till his assassination in 1940, with the final issue commemorating him. "Organo de la IV Internacional". The first issue opens: "Mexico no debe ir a la guerra imperialista. Declaracion del Cuerpo de Redaccion". Contributions by Léon Trotzky,García Cestero, Diego Rivera, Adolfo Zamora, S.Stanley, Juan Luis Velasquez, G. Munis, Corpena Blanco, Adolfo Zamora, Garcia Trevino, M. Grandizo, J.Gerland, many unsigned or under pseudonym (Casanova). Drawing by Carlo. The issue April/May 1940 is a special issue 'La crisis en el Partido Norteamericano', articulo fundamental de Trotzky. Serie 2 no 10/13: "Despues de esta guerra que…? Hablan la Cuarta Internacional y Léon Trotzky". In the last issue (May 1941) Natalia Sedova Trotzky writes a substantial contribution: "Asi fue, el martes 20 de agosto de 1940, a las siete de la manana". "Llegará la venanza contra los asesinos". Also articles by G.Munis, O. Ficher.

[#15719]

CORMORAN Y DELFIN

Mar – Poesía – Buenos Aires – Mundo. Revista Internacional de Poesía (after No.13 subtitle changes to Revista Planetaria de Poesia).

Numbers ("Viajes") 1 -28/29 (all publ.). Buenos Aires, enero 1964- diciembre 1972. Original wrappers (some browning, paperspotting, handwritten names on front-covers, but generaly inl good condition; front-cover of No. 1 faded). Some issues with the original banderolles.

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Avant-garde poetry with many original woodcut ilustrations. Director : Ariel Canzani D. Co-director : Albino Fernández (until number 3). With contributions by: César Tiempo,Ruben Vela, Luisa Pasamanik, Horacio Salas, Lysandro Galtier, Ruy Rodríguez, Alejandra Pizarnik, Roberto Juarroz, Ariel Canzani D., Lydia Alfonso,Santiago E. Kovadloff, Lizardo Zía, Carlos M. Grunberg, Juan José Caselli, Rafael Squirru, León Benarós and translations of work by Bender, Grass, Sinisgalli, Joostens, Thom Gunn, Enzensberger, Daumal, Artaud, Spender, Nooteboom, and many others. Several issues devoted to a single country (Brazil, Uruguay, The Netherlands, Catalunya, Chili, Hawai, Peru, Italy, Spain, etc., the last number "Testimonio de la revolucion chilena"). -Artwork (original xilographies) by Edgardo A. Vigo (in no 20/21), Albino Fernández, Daniel Zelaya, Alfredo de Vincenzo, Miguel Angel Ríos, Victor R.Rebuffo, Esteban Adam, A.M. Armagni, Abel B. Versacci, Sergio Sergi, Luciano Rólon, Rubén Montoya, Alfredo Bellocq, Ariel Canzani, Velia Zavattaro, José Rodrigo Belloso, a.o. -Number 27 on Visual Poetry (contribs. By Paul de Vree, Bob Cobbing, Gerz, Accame, Caruso, Bense, Bory, John Furnival, etc.). Editorial changes are reflected in changes in subtitle:from no 13 onward «Revista Internacional de Poesía « a «Revista Planetaria de Poesía». «El PLANETARISMO es nuestra enloquecida consigna, de ahí ese estar fuera de todo tipo de grupos o de clanes» .In No. 14:«Manifiesto de la Poesía Loxodrómica» donde explica que «...está sumergida en la realidadinmediata del planeta ( se ubica en el sentido individal y social de la palabra y del lenguaje ) y navega con organicidad-necesidad semántica (o polisemántica si se prefiere) hacia un futuro revolucionario del opus artístico , y con el aditivo de ser no para castas, clases, academias o grupos de poder, sino para todos.Si se nos permite utilizar el término la denominaríamos super vanguardia.»

[#20827]

EL CORNO EMPLUMADO. THE PLUMED HORN

Quarterly Magazine of Poetry, Prose and Letters.

Number 1. Mexico DF (MX), Anaxagoras 1962. Orig wrps., 97pp.

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The first (of a total of 31 published) of this rare avant-garde magazine with an emphasis on Latin America and radical literature, art and politics, edited by Sergio Mondargón. Contributions by Margaret Randall, Harvey Wolin, Philip Lamantia, Rochelle Owens, Elaine de Kooning and Leonora Carrington. English and Spanish.

[#1457]

CORRESPONDENCIA

Revista confraternal de arte y literatura.

No. 1 (all publ.). Mexico, Buenos Aires, 1946. Original pictorial wrappers (slightly browned).. Illustrated.

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Dir: J. Cárdenas Pena and L. Benaros. Contributions by P. Henriquez Urena, A. Reyes, N. Cócaro, A. Rossi (on Clemente Orozco and Diego Rivera), Colour-illustration by Paulo Osorio Flores; Frontcover-ilustration by Norah Borges.

[#15944]

CRISIS

Ideas, letras, artes.

The most important critical periodical of South America in the early seventies, complete for the first period of publication. Forced to close down under pressure of the censorship of the Junta. (Primera Época) Numbers 1-40 (all publ) . Buenos Aires, May 1973 - August 1976. In the original pictorial wrappers and nearly always with the added separate serigraphy or loose supplement. TOGETHER WITH ARCHIVAL MATERIAL from the director Federico Vogelius consisting of: - Some original manuscripts - Original drawings (partly signed) made by various artists for the periodical in pencil and ink (in total 130 of which 80 were identified as having actually been used and published in the magazine, and 50 unidentified or unpublished) - 24 of the original mock-ups (mostly in colour gouache with collage) for the strong colourful covers (along with several other designs for the related book series) - Two albums of original drawings by P. Ugarte related to the Quinta of Vogelius.

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Provenance: the director of the magazine and owner of the publishing house Federico Vogelius. Crisis was edited by Eduardo Galeano. Designed by Eduardo Ruccio Sarlanga, graphic coördination Luis Sabini Fernandez, and mainstay of the artistic part was Hermengildo Sábat, of whom many original drawings are included in the collection. Julia Constenla was editorial secretary. Vogelius actively supported the literary and visual arts in Argentina in many ways and patronized painters and writers. Crisis was his publication. And critical in many aspects it was naturally object of the censors under the military dictatorship, and was forced to cease publication. Vogelius was imprisoned for three years and tortured. Under pressure of the International Pen Club and after petitions of international authors like Heinrich Böll and José Bergamin, he was finally released. In Crisis many of the most renowned intellectuals of the period collaborated, a.o.: Eduardo Galeano, the painter "Beto"Presas, Osvaldo Soriano, Haroldo Conti (one of those who disappeared, in May 1976), Osvaldo Bayer, Rodolfo Walsh, Anibal Ford, Juan Gelman, Rogelio Garcia Lupo, Jorge Rivera, Eduardo Romano, Jorge Laforgue, Miguel Bonasso, Mario Benedtti, Tomás Eloy, together with artists, illustrators (many drawings are by Sábat) and painters. Further details and more images can be supplied on demand.

[#1502]

LA CRONICA

Semanario popular económico. Collección de artículos de viajes, de literatura, novelas, cuentos, anécdotas, costumbres, etc.

Nos. 1-52 (all publ.). Madrid, (Est.tipogr.de Don F. de P. Mellado1844/45. Bound; 4to; illustrated.

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Illustrated weekly, editor F. de P. Mellado, with numerous woodcut engravings on full page and in the text (in the style of e.g. The Penny Magazin)e

[#1508]

CUADERNOS DE LITERATURA CONTEMPORANEA

Nos. 1-18 (Anno 1-3, all publ.). Madrid, 1942-1946, together with supplement: Antologia de la Literatura Contemporanea. Nos. 1-5 (of 6). Madrid, 1944-1946. Orig. wrappers (covers rather soiled,internally good), TOGETHER WITH continuation: CUADERNOS DE LITERATURA (Inst. Miguel Cervantes). Nos. 1-24 (Anno 1-8, all publ.). Madrid, 1947-1950. With the supplements belonging to nos. 1-9 (= Acanto). Bound, hcalf, and supplement "Acanto" in orig.wrps..

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[#1509]

CUADERNOS DE POESIA

Numeros 1-10 (all publ.). Puerto Rico, 1959-1965 (lacking no. 7). 4to; original (stiff) wrappers.

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Beautiful elaborately produced periodical devoted to the publication of the work of Puerto Rican classic poets, profusely illustrated with artwork by Puerto Rican painters. Publ. by the Instituto de Cultura Puertorriquena.

[#14335]

CUADERNOS HISPANOAMERICANOS

Revista mensual de Cultura Hispánica.

Nos. 376/378-548. Madrid, Oct./Dec. 1981 - Feb. 1996. Original wrappers. Lacking 16 numbers (nos. 384-386, 391-393, 398, 400, 403-405, 459, 473-474, 491 & 512). With Los Complementarios. Nos. 1-16. Dec. 1987 - Nov. 1995. Original wrappers. (Together 146 numbers and 16 supplements).

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[#1513]

LOS CUATRO VIENTOS

Revista Literaria.

Nos. 1-3 (all publ.). Madrid, Febrero - Junio 1933. Original paper wrappers, uncut, spine of number one slightly damaged, some brown-spotting, but altogether a good set.

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Edited by Rafael Alberti, Dámaso Alondo, José Bergamin, Melchor Fernandez Almagro, Frederico García Lorca (whose famous poem 'Oda al Rey de Harlem' opens the first issue, while the third issue closes with his play 'El Público'), Jorge Guillén, Antonio Marichalar, Pedro Salinas, Claudio de la Torre.

[#12210]

CULTURA

Ministerio de Educación de Buenos Aires, La Plata.

Nos. 1-12 (all publ.). La Plata, 1949-1951. 16, 3 x 22,5. Original pictorial wrappers. Illustrated. Covers slightly stained or browned, some slightly damaged at spine.

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Edited by Ministerio de Educación de Buenos Aires. Contribs. by L. Marechal, J.C. Dávalos, N. Cócaro, C. Astrada, Ramon Gomez de la Serna, J. Alonso, H.M. Guglielmi, A. Herrero a.o. Illustrations by Ballester Peña, R. Castagna etc.

[#543]

DAS ARTES E DA HISTORIA DA MADEIRA

Revista de Cultura da Sociedade de Concertos da Madeira.

Vol. 1-6 (Comprising nos. 1-33, all publ.). Funchal (Madeira), June 1950-1963. Original (identical) pictorial wrappers. Illustrated. 4to. Last issue in photo-reprint.

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Ed.: Eng. Luiz Peter Clode. journal on art and history of Madeira, including articles on folklore, ecclesiastical history, etc.; richly illustrated, some tipped-in. Of great documentary value for the many advertising pages which give much information on living conditions on the island in this period. Contribs. by Dr. Ernesto Gonçalves, Eduardo C.N. Pereira, Alvaro Manso de Sousa, Manuel Ferreira Pita, a.o. Covers by Max Römer. Tog. 28 physical issues (some double issues), of 32-54 pp. each. Very rare.

[#12223]

DE MAR A MAR

Revista literaria mensual.

Nos. 2-7 (out of 7 issues published). Buenos Aires, Enero 1943 - Junio 1943. Original illustrated (rather stained) wrappers, small defect to front cover of no. 2.

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Literary and artistic journal published by refugees from Spain in Argentina. Directed by A. Serrano Plaja and Lorenzo Varela. Contributions by Miguel Hernandez, R. Alberti, Guillermo de Torre, José Luis Romero, Pablo Rojas Paz, Octavio Paz, etc. Drawings by A. Rossi, Norah (Borges), Colmeiro.

[#7309]

DON JOSÉ

Semanario de Humor del Diario 'Espana' (Tanger).

Nos. 1-128 (=last publ.?). Tanger, Madrid, 13 Oct. 1955 - 26 March 1958. 4to; original issues, unbd.

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Spanish satirical & humorous weekly, directed by Mingote, lacking 5 issues, which probably were confiscated (i.e. nos. 106, 109, 110, 112, 115). Issues of 32-36 pp., with cartoons satire and photographs. Front & back pages in colour. Contribs. by Tono, Neville, Mingote, Goni, Laborde, J. Llopis, Nacher, A. Paso, Escobar, Clarimon, J. Arminan, Perez Creus, Prego, Gloria van Aerssen, Penarroya, Maolo F. Sanz, Ballesta, Laguilat, Sesma, Racaj, Julio CeBriam, Puig Rosato, a.o.

[#15720]

EL 40 (CUARENTA)

Revista literaria de una generación.

Nos. 1-6 (all publ.). Buenos Aires, 1951-1953. 16, 3 x 23, 2 cm (two issues vary slightly in size). Original wrappers (some staining, paperspotting and browning in particular to no 1, but else a good set).

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«En 1951 se anota un hecho memorable. Un grupo de poetas integrantes de la generación del cuarenta, dan vida en plena primavera a un «órgano común y representativo de los poetas y escritores de nuestra promoción y no sólo de éstos sino de todos los que por razones de convivencia personal o por incentivos puramente éticos, se sientan obligados a nuestro movimiento.» «El 40» a través de seis números, cumplió la misión de reafirmar los fundamentos de la pretensión generacional de ese grupo. La mayor parte de los nombres del grupo básico, ya realizados en sus posibilidades, dieron a la revista una jerarquía que la ubica entre las más significativas de esos años iniciales de la década.» (Lafleur, Provenzano, Alonso: «Las revistas literarias argentinas»

[#7453]

EMPORI

Revista Catalana Mensual. Mongrafies científiques.-Estudis crítichs.-Noves y resums de la vida cultural catalana.

Any 1-2 (=nos.1-18, all publ.). Barcelona, 1907-1908. Unif. clothbound in 3 vols., original wrappers of nos. 1, 7 and 13 preserved; 4to; Ills.

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Dir.: D. Francesch de P. Maspons i Anglasell and D. Joan Ilimona. Ed.-in-chief: D. Emili Vallès y Vidal. Illustrated cultural magazine with contributions by R. Casellas, J. Carner, A. de Falguera, Felip Pedrel Miquel R. Ferrà, a.o. Especially of interest are nos. 4-5 with ills. by Torné-Esquius. (Torrent/Tasis,p.398; Trenc Ballester,p.141).

[#15833]

ESCRITURA

Escritura. Ensayo, crítica, poesía.,novela y cuento, música, artes plásticas, teatro, cine, por la paz, libros, grabados e ilustraciones. Montevideo

Números 1-9 (all publ.). Montevideo, 1947-1950. Original wrappers, in generally good condition, some browning and dustsoiling, and slight damage to spines and overlapping edges; 4to.

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Art and literary periodical. Issues of ca. 100 pages each, illustrated with engravings in the text and vignettes (by Adolfo Pastor, Pareja Pineyro) and reproductions tipped-to-page. With contributions by José Bergamín, Guillermo de Torre, Alberto Zum Felde, Rafael Dieste, Rafael Alberti, Jorge Luis Borges, Juan Ramón Jiménez, Oliverio Girondo, etc

[#12217]

ESCRITURA

Una revista del mundo de lengua española.

Nos. 1-2 (all publ.). Buenos Aires, Cuarto Poder, 1977.18 x 26,7 (second issue slightly smaller). Original wrappers. Cover slightly stained.

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Director: Jorge Andrés Paita. Editors: Juan García Gayo, Luis Justo, Pablo Daniel Valle and Pablo Daniel. Contribs. by Rodolfo Alonso, Joaquín O. Giannuzzi, Juan Liscano a.o.

[#7560]

¡EVOHÉ!

Semanario de Arte.

Nos. 1-8 (all publ.). Valencia, 2 de Abril - 20 de Mayo de 1911. Folio; clothbound; illustrated.

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Art and literary weekly. Issues of 8 pages each, printed on different coloured stock. Contribs. by Gustavo Arlés, Diego López Moya, A. Montoro, A. Musset, Enrique Castillo, José Soriano, José M. Ballester, a.o.; (satirical) drawings by Pertegás, K. Hito.

[#16814]

EXPERIMENTAL POETRY MOVEMENT - ESCUELA DEL ESPIRITU EXPERIMENTAL.

EXPERIMENTAL POETRY MOVEMENT - ESCUELA DEL ESPIRITU EXPERIMENTAL. A collection of ORIGINAL DOCUMENTS and ARTWORK connected with the Experimental Poetry Journals. All are related to Tilo WENNER (1921-1976, one of the initiators and most important members of the Movement. He was a victim of the regime and disappeared in 1976. The collection was acquired from his daughter.). - An original design-paste up by Tilo Wenner for a proposed cover of KA-BA, which was not used, executed in black and white gouache with collaged lettering in yellow, on a dark red underground pasted on black card (20 x 24 cm. - An original design by Tilo Wenner for a proposed (not used) cover of KA-BA , black ink drawing on beige paper (20x26 cm), image of 20x18,6 and the title KA-BA next to it. On the verso in his handwriting: "September 9, 1958: Deuxième lettre a mes amis….Notre Ka_Ba sera essentiellement l'organe de nos experiences (Massa, Caravaglia, Loyacono et moi) et des autres poètes et peintres….." - The original typewriter-script of a text by Paul Yvenez 'Je sais comme tout le monde' (translated 'Yo so etc") and published with illustration in PAMELA by Tilo Wenner) - An original pamphlet signed by Wenner, Massa, Loyacono, Rinaldi, Garacaglia: "La causas intolerables". Stencilled typewritten text. - Pamphlet "Exactamo. Maison des mots, fondée en 1960, Paris (8, rue Joseph-de-Maistre, Partis, 18) . Texts commencing with 'Nous vous donnons le mot.'" Printed on green paper (21x13,5 cm) - 6 ORIGINAL DRAWINGS in black ink by Tilo WENNER.

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[#15727]

EXPERIMENTAL POETRY MOVEMENT - ESCUELA DEL ESPIRITU EXPERIMENTAL.

SERPENTINA - KA-BA, PAMELA 1243, MEDIODIA, SIGLO 1 POESIA, ARTE Y CRITICA. Collection comprising 10 issues of the periodicals Serpentina (l957-1958), Ka-Ba (1958 – 1959), Pamela 1243 (1959), Mediodía, (1963-1964) and Siglo 1 Poesia (published in Mexico) as detailed below. All issues are fragile and aside from occasional soilage and paperspotting in good condition. The total price of the collection is:

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= SERPENTINA (Buenos Aires). Numero 1. Primavera. 12 pages incl.wrappers, printed in red and black. 31,5 x 14.6 cm; Numero 2: Verano 1957. 24 pages, printed in b/w. 29.5 x 12,2 cm (from in total 4 numbers published). (No. 1 with small chip from bottom of front-cover, very light staining). Director: Tilo Wenner. Artwork: Angel Juri. Editorial board: Luis A. Massa, Simon Kargieman, Raul Quevedo. With the collaboration of: Celia Gourinskii, Simon Kargierman, Hugo Loyácono, Raúl Quevedo, Luis E. Massa, Alejandra Pizarnik, Jorge A. Paradiso, Eduardo Garavaglia, Annelies Hager, St.ohn Perse, Pierre Doudemille, Precedes KA-BA (the organ of the experimental poetry school of Buenos Aires ). TOGETHER WITH: ==KA- BA . Organo de la escuela del espíritu experimental de Buenos Aires. Prolongación fundamental de Serpentina.Director: Tilo Wenner. Editors: Hugo Loyácono, L. Edgardo Massa, Eduardo Garavaglia. Lay-out: Rómulo Maccio. Reproductions of Maccio for the cover; Contributors: Víctor Chab, Pilles Ehrmann, Jacques Herold, Wilfredo Lam, Eduardo Garavaglia, Micheline Caty, H. De Champrel. Numero 1 (all publ.). Buenos Aires, (Libreria Galatea, Via Monte 564). Noviembre 1958. 28 pages in illustrated wrappers. 18,5 x 25,7 cm. (Left bottom corner of the front-cover with light moisture stain, top end and right-hand side a bit shaven, back-cover slightly soiled and closed tear of ab. 1,5 cm). Internally well-preserved and clean. ADDED: 1) a stencilled pamphlet: "Las causas intolerables" (Laid into the back) and, 2) a publicity leaflet, stencilled, with b/w illustration and text: "¡En pie de guerra!. Aniquilando la complicidad. Sin vacilación. KA-BA. Con el violento delirio de la destrucción." (light staining). TOGETHER WITH: ==PAMELA 1243. (Publicación de la Escuela del Espíritu Experimental de Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, (KA- BA). Numero 1 (all publ.). Buenos Aires 1958. 8 pages, staples in the spines removed which caused about 0,3 x 0,5 cm loss of paper in the spine where the lower staple had been. Size: 28,8 x 21,6 cm. (Very light soilage to back cover, internally fine). Directors: Tilo Wenner and Luis Edgardo Massa. Interesting typography and lay-out, partly as collages, typewritten and handwritten texts intermingled with illustrations and drawings. Tilo Wenner: 'in Situs. Bandera verde.' (Una metafísco del cuerpo El gran capón padre, Mama es un Araña?, Cuantos neuronas tiene Usted?. Text on procreation and coitus, one word corssed-out in ink). Gherasim Luca (Cuarta de hora metafisica), A photograph of a metaphysical sculpture of Jacques Herold, photographed with the artist and Luca. Paúl Yvenez (Yo se como toto el mundo), text with illustrative drawing in the margin), Tilo Wenner (Ejercicio para marcar un nuevo tiempo), handwritten text with illustrated drawings in the margin, Luis Edgardo Massa (la nuevas comparaciones), handwritten text with drawings in the margin. Black and white illustrations throughout. TOGETHER WITH: ==MEDIODIA. Aparece cada dos meses. Numero 1. Castelar (Buenos Aires), not dated [1963]. 12 pages, selfwrappers, illustrated; rusted staples; 27,7x22 cm. Together with Numero 2. Castelar (Buenos Aires), Octubre 1963. 24 pages in illustrated selfwrappers; stamp on the front cover; right upper-corner repaired. 18,8 x 28,7 cm. (From 6 numbers published, of which the last was a double issue. Both issues with light duststaining and browning, internally good). Directors: Hugo Loyácono,Eduardo Garavaglio, Luis Massa, Raúl Quevedo, Ruben Tizziano, Tilo Wenner. Graphic design: Alfredo Esteban Rey. Illustrated throughout in black and white, drawings and woodcuts by Rios, Romberg, Celaya, Benítez, Rolón. The second number, in oblong size, includes work by Enrique Molina (text and drawing), Raúl Gustavo Aguirre, Raúl Quevedo, Hugo Loyácono, RubenTizziano, and woodcuts by Eduardo Vigo, Luciano Rolón,Raúl Soria, and Miguel Angel Rios. Drawings (some full page) by Daniel Zelaya, David Lamelas 2), Alfredo E.Rey, A photograph (composition) by Ronerto Alvardado. Texts by Amelia Nogueira, Antonio Vigo, Tilo Wenner, Eduardo Garavaglia, Luis Massa, Ruben Tizziani, Raúl Quevedo, Hugo Layocono. Number 1 opens with a manifest: "KA-BA, el espíritu experimental" "..leido y distribuido en el famoso anti-espectáculo ofrecido en el desaparecido Salón Kraft, el cinco de octubre de 1959...". TOGETHER WITH : ==ARTE Y CRITICA. Publicación mensual de cultura. Numero 2. Buenos Aires, Agosto 1964. Original pictorial self-wrappers, 24 pages. 32 x 23,4 cm. (light staining and foxing of front and back covers, internally clean). Directors: Ruben Vela and Tilo Wenner. Editorial Secretary: Celia Paschero. - Miguel A. Ríos (Frontcover). With the collaboration of Daniel Lamelas, Enrique Romano, Aldo Paparaella, Rolón, Oliveira. Notas de Enrique Molina, Basilia Papasmatiu, Alejandra Pizarnik, Hugo Loyácono, Sergio Mulet, Ruben Vela (On Jackson Pollock), Octavio Paz. TOGETHER WITH: ==SIGLO 1 - POESIA. Mensual de poesía, prosa, ensayo, artes plásticas. México, D.F. A group of 3 numbers as follows: Numero 1, marzo de 1964. A sheet of 42,5 x 60 cm, folded to 24 pages measuring 21,5 x 10,5 cm; Numero 3, mayo de 1964. A sheet of 47,5 x 69 cm, folded to 24 pages measuring 23,8 x 12 cm.; Numero 7 noviembre de 1964. Sheet of 44 x 70 cm, folded to 24 pages measuring 22,6 x 2 cm. (From an unknown number of issues published). Large sheets of kraft-paper with text typeset or made with a typewriter, illustrated throughout and printed in black with green-, black with purple- and black with red ink. (Paper browned, and some wear on the folds). Editor Alfonso Loya. With collaboration of Tilo Wenner, Raquel Jodorowsky, Mary Ferrero, Antonio Sosa, Thelma Nava, Hugo Loyácono, Homero Aridjis, Gonzalo Arango, Arturo Calderón, Julio Cortázar, Enrique Bessonart, Federico Campbell. Innovatively designed with texts and illustrations laid-out on large sheets, illustrations based on 15th-18th century woodcuts, drawings by Steinberg, Enrique Bessonart, Alfredo Barazza. The apparently precarious financial situation of the publication is demonstrated by the following SOS-text in no. 3: "Siglo 1- (su revista favorita) Aclama todo tipo de apoyo metálico y aliento de sus lectores....Gracias. El Editor".

[#7580]

EXPRESION

Revista mensual.

Nos. 1-8 (all publ.). Buenos Aires, diciembre 1946-julio 1947. Original wrappers (some foxing and browning on covers; cover of no 7 with waterstain in left upper corner, internally good).

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Director: Héctor P. Agosti; editorial board: Enrique Amorim, Roberto F. Giusti, Leopoldo Hurtado, Emilio Troise. Monthly with contributions by Pablo Neruda, Julio Alvarez del Vayo ('Existencialismo y política'), Henri Mougin ('Breve historia del existencialismo'), Gregorio Bermann ('La correspondencia de Marx y Engels'), Juan Carlos Castagnino ('El cine en colores: Flores de piedra'), Maria H. Lacau & Mabel Nacorda de Roseti ('Eduardo Wilde y el modernismo'), A. Cornu ('Marxismo e ideología'), Jean Larnac ('Paul Valéry y la poesí pura'), Leopoldo Hurtado ('La música argentina en 1946'), a.o. [See: Lafleur, Las revistas literarias Argentinas, pp. 212 & 228].

[#18420]

LA FABBRICA DELLA REPRESSIONE

La fabbrica della repressione / La fabbrica. Socialismo e barbarie. Only issue published (?), Milano, Edizioni di Puzz, 1975 (settembre), 25x17,5 cm, 56 pages stapled in the spine, mimeographed in black and red, illustrations and cartoons.

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Situationist periodical, published by PUZZ. "La fabbrica della repressione" reconstructs the history of repression in Italy after 24 July1974, facts in chronological order: "Puntualizzazione... lungo le linee di forza...", "Creatività critica - Controinformazione critica - Critica radicale", "Autonomia, radicalizzazione, aggregazione informale..." The second part "La fabbrica. Socialismo e barbarie", is a story in cartoons followed by two texts: "Tutte le ore feriscono, l'ultima uccide. Il "suicidio" di Giorgio Cesarano" by J. Camatte and G. Collu, and "A proposito dell'articolo "Estetica e teppismo. I situazionisti davanti all'altare del Dio Nulla" by Valerio Riva. [see Mangano, "Le riviste degli anni Settanta", pp. 234-236].

[#13747]

FICCION

Revista-libro mensual.

Nos. 1-43/44 (of 52). Buenos Aires, 1956-1963. Original wrappers. A few spines damaged.

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Cuentos, Ensayos, Cine, Musica, Libro, Teatro, Cronicas, Artes plasticas. Director: Juan Goyanarte. Contribs by E. Martínez Estrada, M.A. Astruias, J.C. Onetti, E. Sábato, etc. Issues of ab. 150/160 pages each.

[#12231]

FIN DE SIGLO

Semanario humorístico ilustrado.

Año 1 nos. 2-3, 5, 8-10. Buenos Aires, Junio - Agosto 1900. Size h/w: 31 x 22 cm. Original colourful illustrated wrappers. With illustrations (in colour). Some browning and minor defects mainly to the covers (repaired with Japan-paper). 2 pages of no. 3 missing (torn out)

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Humorous illustrated magazine in typical turn-of-the-century style, with colour-lithographs inside and on covers. Illustrations by S.Pulgar, E.Eusevi, a.o.

[#20165]

FOLHEMA

Numbers 1 and 2 (complete set). July and august of 1966. Author, Editor & Publisher: António Aragão. Funchal( Portugal). Measures: 45 x 68 cms extended; 17 x 22´5 cms folded. Each number one sheet, folded in eight. Typography on ivory paper of 120 grms aprox. Black ink for number one, Grey and purple ink for number two. Printed on both sides. Light toning, but very good condition.

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Complete set of this small poetry magazine, by António Aragão, painter, sculptor, historian, researcher, writer and poet, is considered one of the fathers of experimental poetry in Portugal, cofounding (together with Herberto Helder and EM de Melo e Castro) the first journals for experimental poetry.

[#13167]

GASETA DE LES ARTS

Years 1-4 (all publ., comprising nos. 1-78). Barcelona, May 15, 1924 - Aug. 1, 1927, together with the specimen issue (Numero de Mostra), March 1924; then continued as: GASETA DE LES ARTS. Seguna Epoca. (Arquitectura, Escultura, Pintura, Bells Oficis, Cinema). Years 1-3 (all and last publ., comprising nos. 1-14). Barcelona, June 1928 - Jan. 1930. Bound in 3 vols. green hcalf, gilt title; first series folio, new series 4to; with numerous illustrations.

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Directed by Joaquim Folch i Torres in the first series, the new series by Marius Gifreda, with J. Floch i Torres and Rafael Benet as editors. Many important contributions on modern and contemporary art and architecture, especially in the new series (Rafael Benet, Just Cabot, Salvador Dali, a.o.) featuring Picasso, Miró, Braque, Baixas, Joan Llimona, Dalí, various modern architects, etc.; the issue of march 1925 'Els grans mestres de la pintura moderna' is almost entirely devoted to Picasso.

[#16190]

GRAAL.

Revista de Poesia,Teatro .Ficcao.Ensaio.Critica.

Nos. 1-4 (all publ.). Lisbon, Empresa Nacional de Publicidade, April/May 1956-July 1957. Original paper wrappers, with browning and paperspotting; edges and spine a bit brittle due to the quality of paper; inside in good clean condition.

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Director: António Manuel Couto Viana, Editor: Alberto Ramires do Reis; Director artistico: António Vaz Pereira. Collaboration of Maria Lourdes Belchior, David Mourào-Ferreira, Fernando de Paços, Goulart Nogueira, Luis de Macedo, Manuel Antunes. Illustrations by Antonio Vaz Pereira, Bastos Coelho (fullpage hors-texte colour), João Mattoso, Manuel Cargaleiro, Marcelo de Morais , Fernando Lanhas (full page hors-texte in hors text), René Bertholo, a.o.; (see Pires,Dicionario,II,1,244)

[#8012]

HEBE

Revista mensual de literatura y arte.

Nos. 1-10 (all publ.). Buenos Aires, 1918-1920. Original wrappers (a bit stained; first 4 pages of no. 1 torn on the top,without loss of text.Otherwise in good condition).

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Literary and artistic periodical, directed by E. Morales, D. Novillo Quiroga, Art. Logorio. Illustrated by Indalecio Pereyre, Alfredo Guido, López Naguil, Héctor Basaldúa, Eduardo Tartaglione, etc. Contributions by Gabriele d'Annunzio, G. Mistral, RobertoGiusti, R.A. Arrietta, Ortega y Gasset, Shaw,a.o. Number 6 on Russian authors. [Lafleur, etc. p. 72/73].

[#8019]

HECHOS E IDEAS

Revista radical. Publicacion de Cuestiones Politicas, Economicas y Sociales.

Nos. 1-135 (=Vol. 1-28, all publ.). Buenos Aires, 1935-1955. First 17 vols. bound (some spines need repair), remainder wrappers.

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Directed by Enr.Ed. Garcia; contribs. by M.T. de Alvear, E. Boatti, J.L. Cantilo, Juan Peron, etc. Not all the yearly indices are present.

[#14829]

EL HIJO PRÓDIGO

Revista Literaria.

Nos. 1, 3, 7-13, 19. Lomas de Chapultecpec, D.F., México: Ediciones Letras de México, April 1943 - October 1944.

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Edited by Ocatvio G. Barreda, Octavio Paz. A significant Mexican review of art and literature, including contributions by Octavio Paz, Reyes, Cernuda, and others. Also translations, reviews, art criticism, etc.

[#12224]

HISPAMERICA

Revista de Literatura.

Nos. 1-28. Buenos Aires, 1972-1998. 8vo. Original wrappers.

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Director: Saúl Sosnowski. Issues of ab. 110 pages each. Articles on and texts by Cortazar, Marechal, Macedonio, Marquez Vargas Llosa; inteviews with authors (Vfinas, Arenas etc.). Together with: Ano IV anejo 1 (Literatura lationoamericana e edeologia de la dependencia, introd, Hernan Vidal).

[#8108]

HOJAS DE CULTURA POPULAR COLOMBIANA

Nos. 12-52. Bogotà, 1951-1955. In-folio, original wrappers; illustrated (some with slight traces of humidity). Lacks no. 42, but added is no 9.

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Directed by Jorge Luis Arango, edited by the 'Ministerio de Educación, Seccion de Cultura Popular'. A nice elaraborately produced periodical on folk-art, indian-art, archaeology, cultural monuments, poetry, folk-tales, etc. in Colombia. Issues vary from 16-32 pp + pictorial wrps., partly printed in colour, and with numerous ills., tipped-in colour ills. (due to the quality of the glossy paper some of these somewhat sticking together), numerous facsimiles and other graphic supplements. Publication went on till no 84 (1957).

[#8181]

LA ILUSTRACION

Periodico Universal.

Tomo 1-8 (comprising nos. 1-409, out of 9 vols. published till no.436). Madrid, Marzo 1849-1856. Folio; bound in 7 contemp. bindings (not uniform, mostly.rubbed h. leather) and 1 modern binding. Profusely illustrated (ab.5000 woodengravings).

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The first Spanish illustrated weekly, in the style of the French 'Illustration' and the 'Illustrated London News'. Directed by Don Angel Fernandez de los Rios. Issues of 8 pp., each with woodcut illustrations in the text, from the second year onw. enlarging to half- and often full-page illustrations, of Spanish but also of European interest. Collation of the set is very difficult because of frequent mistakes in the pagination, but apart from 2 issues in which we could ascertain that a few pages are missing, the set makes the impression of being complete; some browning and paperspotting due to the quality of the papers; some sporadic tears repaired with tape, but generally a set in good condition. This periodical was the precursor to 'La Ilustracion Espanola y Americana'.

[#8182]

LA ILUSTRACION IBERICA

Semanario Científico, Literario y Artístico.

Vol. 1-10 (comprising nos. 1-522). Barcelona, 1883-1892. Bound, vols. 1-3 & 10 in original decorated publishers bindings, remaining vols. contemp. hleather over marbled boards. Bindings partly damaged and with repairs. Folio.

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Dir.: D. Alfredo Opisso. Luxuriously produced Catalan graphically illustrated weekly, in quality comparable to 'London Illustrated News'. With numerous woodengravings, also full-and double page; from 1890 onwards some illustrations in colour. Vols. 1-3 & 10 are repaired or rebacked, bindings slightly stained. After a careful collation we found 2 pages torn out, 2 plates lacking, and in 1 issue a few pages with minor lost of text. Vol. 10 includes the frontispiece in colour. Publication went on till 1898. See extensively on this journal: Joan Torrent/Rafael Tasis, pp. 192-198.

[#8183]

ILUSTRACION MUSICAL HISPANO-AMERICANA

Ano 1-9 (most probably all publ., comprising nos. 1-215). Barcelona, 1888-30 Dec. 1896. Folio; bound in three large vols., red h. leather with gilt title on spine. Numerous illustrations.

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Directed by Felipe Pedrell, ed. by Jacinto E. Tort y Daniel, published by Victor Berdós. Illustrated weekly issues of 8-12 pp. each, text on three columns. Every issue illustrated with at least one portrait of a composer or musician on the front page and 2-3 (mostly full page) woodengravings inside, often depicting scenes from operas, theatre pieces, music halls or musical scenes, lateron also some art prints. The editorial content deals extensively with musical life in Spain and abroad, concerts and opera performance, etc.; the musical supplements announced in each number are not included; no. 135 is missing, otherwise the set is fully collated and complete. No. 68 is a special issue devoted to Verdi. Added: in sheets, pages xix, 1-316 of 'Dicionario biografico y bibliografico de musicos Espenoles, etc.', by Felipe Pedrell, probably published as supplements to the journal. This periodical is obviously very rare: not mentioned in Torrent/Tassis in the history of the Catalan press, not mentioned in the Union List of Serials in the USA nor in Cat. Collectif du B.N.; Fellinger mentions the title as no. 1044 and (most probably in error) indicates that 10 years were published; he does however not indicate more than 3 libraries with holdings of this title, none of which complete.

[#8190]

IMAGO MUNDI

Revista de historia de la cultura.

Nos. 1-11/12 (all publ.). Buenos Aires, 1953-1956. Wrappers.

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History of the humanities and history of culture. Dir.: José Luis Romero. Contribs. incl.: Luis Aznar, Vicente Fatone, R. Giusti, Fr. Romero, G. de Torre, a.o.

[#8266]

INSTANTANEAS ARGENTINAS

Revista semanal de Artes y Letras.

Nos. 1-47 (all publ.). Buenos Aires, Feb.-Dec.1899. 2 vols., slim-8vo., contemp. h. leather & cloth (not uniform, a bit stained), spines loosening and repaired Bound with the pictorial wrappers.

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Typical 'modernismo'-periodical. Dir.: Frederico Gallegos; ed. Manuel Maria Oliver. Issues of 12 pp., with covers. Numerous photographic ills. .as well as line drawings. Daily life, fashion, city views, etc, also interesting advertising pages

[#12246]

INSULA

Revista de cultura.

Nos. 1-8, 10-11 (all publ. no. 9 never appeared). Buenos Aires, 1943-1946. Royal 8vo. Original wrappers. Slightly browned.

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Edited by Renata Donghi Halperin. With contributions by J. Gómez Paz, R. Lida, E. Anderson Imbert, T. Halperin Donghi a.o. In no. 10 it is explained why no. 9 was never published. [Lafleur, Provenzano, Alonso p. 180, 229].

[#19464]

INVENCAO.

Revista de Arte de Vanguarda

No. 2: Ano 1, 2.trimestra 1962. Sao Paulo, Massao Ohno Editôra, 1962, 256x185mm, 76p.,Orig.illustrated wrappers. With a colour plate by Augusto de Campos (25,2x17,5), and a large folding plate by’Estela Cubana and Decio Pignatari (33,3x61,5 cm, b/w) Together with: No. 3. Ano 2 Junho 1963. Ediçao Invençao , juin 1963, 256x182mm, 94pp., Original wrappers.

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Directed by Décio Pignatari with Augusto de Campos, Cassiano Ricardo, Edgard Braga, Haroldo de Campos, José Lino Grünewald, Mario da Silva Brito, Perdro Xisto et Ronaldo Azeredo. Participation of’Haroldo and Augusto de Campos, Estela Cubana, Decio Pignatari, Ronoldo Azeredo, José Lino Grünewald, Cassiano Ricardo, Jorge de Sena, Pedro Xisto, Edgard Brada, Affonso Avila, Paulo Marcos de Andrade, Max Bense, Philippe Jaccottet, Drummond da Liçao de Coisas. Handwritten dedication, by Augusto de Campos with the remark: « Exemplaire très rare, le dernier de ma réserve ». No. 3 with participation of de Rogério Duprat, Gilberto Mendes, Willy Correa de Oliveira, Augusto de Cam- pos, Benedito Nunes, Mario Faustino, Escudo Nosso, Max Bense, Pedro Xisto Manuel Bandeira, Jose Paulo Paes, Felix de Athayde, Joaquim Francisco, Regis Duprat, Luis Angelo, Osmar Dillon, Edgard Braga, Haroldo de Campos, Ronaldo Azeredo, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Edwin Morgan, Eugen Gomringer, Fukiko Kobayashi, Pierre Garnier. 5 numbers published till 1967. Destribats 863

[#19397]

KAO

Carmelo Quin, exhibition Galerie Kief 1989.

Journal Asiatique. No. 3. octobre 1989 (Supplement du no 2. nouv.série de Kanal Magazine). 42 x29,5 cm. Printed b/w , 4 pages, folded once. The letter O of KAO is a round hole in the paper.The entire issue devoted to the "Arte Madi" artist Carmelo Arden QUIN, and front page is "Manifeste MADI" 1946. In good condition, with only small imperfections to the right margin.

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Published at the occasion of the exposition in "Galerie Kief" of Carmelo Quin, 26 oct/26 nov 1989. Contains the Madi Manifest, also "Souvenirs"by Volf Roitman, "Intervation A" (Nice) by Marcel Alocco, Amanda, Quin, Ph.Chartron, a.o., a photograph of Quin together with Julien Blaine, Photo "Réunion Madi" Café La Goutte d'Or, à St.Michel in 1952; article by Michel Giroud "Arden Quin ou l'invention permanente".

[#18633]

KWY

Revue trimestrielle d'art actuel.

KWY No. 9. Primavera de 1962. Quarto, 36 pages. Wrappers with original silkscreen by Jan Voss in collaboration with Guido Biasi. One of 300 copies. Original silkscreen prints by Jan Voss, Guido Biasi, George Noël, Lourdes Castro, Paul Wunderlich (a double silkscreen with some damage in the spine and top of the left page), and Rene Bertholo. With reproduced art works by Cy Twombly and Christo. Texts by Guido Biasi, Benjamin Patterson, Carl Laszlo, François Dufrêne, and Jean Jaques Levêque.

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[#18632]

KWY

Revue trimestrielle d'art actuel.

KWY No. 8. "No. Vostok," Automne 1961. Quarto, 48 pages. Front wrapper imitated with aluminum paper over boards (without the blind stamps by Lourdes Castro), printed back cover. With silk screen prints by Lourdes Castro (+ collage elements (Eh le cosmonaute arrive) and one placed after the print by Escada, Joăo Lopes Vidal, Gianni Bertini, João Vieira, Arpad Szenes, J.J. Levêque (with a pasted in piece of magnetic tape – cette bande a ete enregistree lors du voyage intersideral du pilote sovietique Titiov le 6 aout 1961 - ), Gail Singer, António Costa Pinheiro, Vieira da Silva, Conçalo Duarte, Guido Biasi, Jorge Martins, Christo (+ wrapped silver colored cone attached to the inside of the rear board), René Bertholo, Manolo Millares, Guy Weelen, Peter Klasen, Jan Voss, Pfahler, Gerresheim, and Jose Escada, Texts by José-Augusto Franca, Jean Jaques Levêque, Andre Peyre de Mandiargues, Claus-Peter Jllinger, Antonio Arcal, Jaques Spacagna, Manuel de Castro, Carl Laszlo and Bazon Brock. This copy complete for contents but without the embossed silver foil (by Lourdes Castro) on front cover replaced by plain aluminum paper the letters KWY (done with some letra set letters).

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[#18630]

KWY

Revue trimestrielle d'art actuel.

KWY No. 6. revista de artes plastics. Paris: Junho de 1960. Small quarto, 32 pages. Wrappers after work by Gonçalo Duarte.. One of 500 copies. With original silk screens by Gonçalo Duarte (2), José Escada (3) and Antonio Saura (1, folded in 3). Contributions by Manuel de Castro, Sebastião Fonseca, Alfredo Margarido and Michel Tapié.

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[#18591]

KWY

Revue trimestrielle d'art actuel.

No. 6, Juin 1960 (32 pp.) Wrappers after work by Gonçalo Duarte. One of 500 copies. With original silk screens by Gonçalo Duarte (2), José Escada (3) and Antonio Saura (1, folded in 3). Contributions by Manuel de Castro, Sebastião Fonseca, Alfredo Margarido and Michel Tapié.

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[#18634]

KWY

Revue trimestrielle d'art actuel.

KWY No. 10. Automne 1962. Quarto, 44 pages. Wrappers with original silkscreen by Rene Bertholo. One of 300 copies. Original silkscreen prints by René Bertholo, Peter Saul (2), Corneille, Lourdes Castro and António Costa Pinheiro. Collages by Robert Filliou and Jesus-Rafael Soto, (the needle-object no longer present). Texts by Mimmo Rotella, Jose Augusto França, Jean-Clarence Lambert, Nuno de Bragança, Pol Bury, Imre Pan and Robert Filliou.

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Complete except for the needle-object at the end.

[#19680]

KWY

Revue trimestrielle d'art actuel.

KWY: Lurdes Castro - Christo - Costa Pinheiro - Jose Escada - Rene Bertholo - Jan Voss - Joao Vieira - Goncalo Duarte. Exposicao grupo KWY subsidiada pela Fundacao Calouste Gulbenkian na Sociedade Nacional de Belas Artes de 11 a 20 de dezembro de 1960. - No. hors série, Lisbon, december 1960 (28 pp with tipped in illustrations, including 4 pages on thin red paper, stapled in the spine in typographical covers, red text on black card). Exposição grupo kwy subsidiada pela fundacção gulbenkian na Sociedad Nacional de Belas Artes,11 a 20 de dezembro de 1960. (The catalogue for the KWY exhibition in Lisboa which was repeated by the exhibition at the Galerie 'Le Soleil dans la Tête' in Paris. Text in Spanish and with tipped-in b/w reproductions.) A fine copy.

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The catalogue for the KWY exhibition in Lisboa which was repeated by the exhibition at the Galerie 'Le Soleil dans la Tête' in Paris. Text in Spanish and with tipped-in b/w reproduction, portraits of each participating artist.

[#15929]

LÁCIO

Panfleto de arte.

Nos. 1-3 (all published). Lisbon: Imprensa Baroeth, 1938. 4°, loose folded sheets within original printed wrappers. Illustrated throughout.

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Complete set of this rare periodical directed and edited by António Marques Matias, Álvaro Salema, Magalhães Filho and Frederico George. Magalhães Filho, George and Salema also did many of the works reproduced here in black-and-white illustrations. Includes poems by Camilo Pessanha, Fernando Pessoa, Mário de Sá-Carneiro and Ângelo de Lima, a short drama by António Pedro, and essays on literature by António Botto, Marques Matias and Salema.

[#19212]

LATITUD 34

Ano 1 no 1.29 Nov. 1949 Ano 1 no 3. 3 Eenero 1950. Tabloid, foldes, newsprint, a bit worn over the folds and foxed. Edges worn,.

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Director: Jorge Perrone, Enriquer Pavon Pereyra; collaboran artistica: José Manuel Buzeta, Jean Aniram, Jhorge Román, Edgar Koetz, Alfredo Betanin.

[#8796]

LAUREL

Ano 1 nos. 2, 4, 5, (=probably out of 5 numbers published.). Buenos Aires, Nov.1944-Sept.1945. Large folio. Selfwrappers; a bit soiled and edgewear.

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Directed by Maria Luisa Rubertino and José Rodriguez Itoiz. Issues of 8-12 pages, text over two or more colums. Poetry, prose and essays by H.Rega Molina, C.Gorostiza, M. Carlisky, José Umana Bernal, Vicente Barbieri, J. Pedroni, P. Jorge Vera, Mario Alberto Lopez, Alb.Haas, T.S.Elliot (transl.), H.R.Klappenbach, Norb.Rodr.Bustamente, etc.

[#13716]

LEITMOTIV

Boletín de hechos & ideas.

No. 2-3 (out of 3 numbers published). Santiago, Diciembre 1943. Size (h/w): 26,5 x 19 cm. Original illustrated wrappers (red stock). Illustrated.

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Edited by Braulio Arenas. With contributions by Jorge Cáceres, André Breton, Enrique Gomez-Correa, Benjamin Péret, Enríque Rosenblatt, Fernando Onfray, Braulio Arenas, Aimé Cesaire, Juan Sanchez Pelaez a.o. Contains a fragment of "Dernier malheur, dernière chance" by Benjamin Péret on thick paper. (Photographical) illustrations, drawings and collages by André Masson, Man Ray, Braulio Arenas, Jorge Cáceres, Roberto Matta and Erich G. Schoof. The first issue was published in December 1942.

[#13131]

LIBERALIS

Una Tribuna por el Hombre Libre.

Nos. 1-54/55 all publ.). Buenos Aires, 1949-1961. Original pictorial wrappers.

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Director: Justo Prieto. Publ. by the Argentine Masons. Contribs. by A.J. Alvarez, L. Aznar, J.P. Barreiro, P. Barranech, Cuneo, J. Ortega y Gasset, J. Prieto, R. Rojas, etc.

[#12240]

LIBERTAD CREADORA

Revista trimestral.

Nos. 1-2 (all publ.). La Plata / Buenos Aires, Ed. Clarida, 1943. Both issues partly uncut, original wrappers, some browning and spines somewhat damaged.

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Directed by Guillermo Korn, with contributions by Mario Bravo, Pedro Henriquez Urena, E.M. Estrada, Fr. Romero, Alcides Gubellini, M. de Villarino, E. Palacio, Angel Ossorio, Raúl Ossegueda, J. Villafane, D.S. Etcheverry, A. Ghioldi, E.M. Estrada, etc. Illustrations by J.A. Ginzo, Carybé, Cl. Moreau, P. Olmos, M. Montesinos, a.o. Photography by Keate Weinzetl, Grete Stern, a.o.

[#13366]

LIBRA

No. 1 (all publ.). Buenos Aires, Invierno 1929. Original wrappers slightly stained, brownspotting internally.

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Dir.: Franc. Luis Bernárdez, Leopoldo Marechal. Literary periodical of the Argentinian avantgarde with contribs. by A. Reyes ('Las Jitanjáforas'), James Joyce (two poems ('Tilly', Dublin 1904 and 'She weeps over Rahoon', Trieste 1913), Francisco Luis Bernardez, Leopoldo Marechal, Gabriel Bocangel, Macedonio Fernández, Ricardo E. Molinari, (Lafleur etc. p.154)

[#16192]

LITORAL.

Revista mensal de cultura.

Nos. 1-6 (all publ.). Lisbon, 1944-1945. Original wrappers, slightly soiled, but a good set. Fully illustrated in and hord-texte.

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Director Carlos Queiroz, editor: Mártio Silva. Orientação gráfica de Bernardo Marques. With texts by Fernando Pessoa, Branquinho da Fonseca, Eça, Herculano,António Nobre, Alesandre O'Neill; reproducing works by E. Viana, C. Dias, Olavo d'Eça etc. (see Pires,Dicionario, II,1,p.294).

[#12238]

LUZ Y SOMBRA

Filosofia - literatura - música - artes plásticas.

No. 1 (all publ.). Buenos Aires, 1947. (Original wrappers, rather shabby copy, . Front cover damaged in lower left corner,back cover and last three pages damaged).

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Director: George Delacre. Contributions by Conrado Eggers Lan, Maria Elena Walsh, Mario Cesar Trejo a.o. [Lafleur, Provenzano, Alonso p. 215]

[#13158]

MACEDONIO

Literatura, Teatro, Cine, Artes.

No. 1-12/13 (all publ., but lacking no. 11). Buenos Aires, 1968/69-1972. 11 x 21 cm. Original illustrated wrappers.

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Edited by J.C. Martini and A. Vanasco. Contributions by the editors, Blas Raul Gallo, Juan Gelman, Manuel Bandeira, Jorge Lafforgue, German Rozenmacher, Enrique Molina, Carlos Drummond de Andrade, Raul González Tuñón, Haroldo Conti, Aldo Pellegrini, Edgar Bayley, Luis Gregorich, Leopoldo Marechal, Raúl Gustavo Aguirre, Olga Orozco, Francisco Madariaga, Francisco Urondo, Liliana Heker, Noe Jitrik, Elvio Romero, B. Verbitsky a.o. Illustrations (on back covers) by Jorge de la Canal, Antonio Berni, Attila, Enrique Molina, Hermenegildo Sabat.

[#16242]

MAIO

International Poetry Magazine.

Number 1 (all publ.). London, Alberto de Lacerda, 1973. Original printed wrappers (title in English on the front- and in Portuguese on the back-cover). Stapled (very light soilage to the spine, but otherwise very good). 8vo., 92 pp.

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Founded and edited by the poet [Carlos] Alberto [Portugal Correia] de Lacerda (born Moçambique Island, 1928, died London 2007), with a subsidy from Boston University. All of the contents are originals and previously unpublished. There are texts in Portuguese, Spanish, French and English. Included are extracts from the novella Titânia by Mário Cesariny [first published in book form in 1977], with an illustration by Cruzeiro Seixas, poems by Octavio Paz, Júlio Pomar (the first published poem by this important Portuguese painter), Augusto de Campos, Luís Amorim de Sousa, Jorge Guillén, and Murilo Mendes. Also contributions by Anne Beresford, Ben Norwood, Celia Gilbert, Claude Royet–Journoud, David Steiling, David Wevill, Dominique Fourcade, and Ruth Lepson.

[#13142]

MALOS AIRES

No. 1/2 (all publ.). Buenos Aires, December 1969. Large sheet (71 x 102 cm.) folded to 8 pages size 35,5 x 25,5 cm (loosening over the folds, but intact)..

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Editors: Juan Carlos De Brasi, Carlos Espartaco, Martin Micharvegas. Contributions by Felipe Noé, Enrique Barilari, Marta Peluffo, Norberto Cúppola, Susana Lago, Roberto Carri, Mario Trejo a.o.; illutrations by Chumy Chumez.

[#9065]

MAYORIA

Semanario Ilustrado Independiente (no. 61 and following: Semanario de Politica, Economica y Polemica).

Ano 1 no 0; Ano 1 no 1 - Ano 4 no 147 (= probably last). Buenos Aires, 14 Marzo 1957-14 Marzo 1960. Self-wrappers, 27 x 33.5 Cm.; illustrated.

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Complete collection of this critical weekly, issues of ab. 32 pp.; with political and social contents, numerous photographs and general information. Director: Dr. Tulio Jacovella. The last issue announces the exile of the editor, and sollicits the blank vote. Nos. 129, 131, 132 and 133 were replaced by emergency editions, which are included in the set. Several issues deal with the Operacion Masacre.

[#19420]

MEDIODIA

Aparece cada dos meses

No. 2. Octubre 1963. Buenos Aires, Castelar. Oblong 19 x28,5. Orig. Wrappers, stapled in the spine (loosening). 22 pages; with artwork.

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Edited by Hugo Loyacono,Ed.Caravaglia, Luis Massa Raul Quevado, Ruben Tiziani y, Tilo Wenner.With contributions by Edw.Vigo, Alfredp E.Rey, David Lamelas Daniel Zelaya, a.o.

[#9131]

THE MEXICO QUARTERLY REVIEW

An International Cultural Review.

Vol. 1-4 no 2. Mexico City, Winter 1962-1973. Original wrappers.

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Ed. by Coley Taylor and Edmund J. Robins, with contribs. by Alma Reed, Octavio Paz, James Cockcroft, Ruben Dario, Edmund Robins, Ramon Xirau, Seldon Rodman, Robert Oppenheimer, Richard Greenleaf, Raymons Michael, Irene Nicholson, Henry Tobias, Alfonso Reyes, Marvin Bank, a.o.

[#9273]

MUNDO

Revista Semanal de Politica Exterior y Economia.

Ano 1-11 (= vol. 1-32, all publ.). Comprising nos. 1-556. Madrid, 1940-1950. 4to; bound set.

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Weekly, directed by Vicente Gállego, with collab. of: Carrero (Blanco Luis), Cordero Torres (José Maria), Fernandez Almagro (Melchor), Garcia Albors (Enrique), Garcia de Cortazar, Garcia Figueras, Gil Benumeya, Luis y Diaz, Méndez Dominguez, Mestas, Pena, Révesz, Reyes, Sainz-Mazpule, Soto Oriol, Villar Lopesino. With numerous photographic ills.; no indexes (if publ.?).

[#9275]

EL MUNDO ILUSTRADO

Biblioteca de las Familias. Historia, Viajes, Ciencias, Artes, Literatura.

Vol. 1-4 (Comprising nos. 1-96 (all). Barcelona, 1879-1880/81; then: Series 2: Vol. 1-4 (Comprising nos. 1-104, most probaly all publ.). Barcelona, n.d. (ca. 1884). Bound, original decorated publishers (partly damaged) bindings; spines repaired. Folio.

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Richly illustrated magazine (with full-and double page illustrations) on art, history, travel, science, and literature, with interesting contribs. on the exploration of North Africa (Egypt, Tanger, Palestine), China and India. From the 46 hors-text plates (engravings & colour lithos) only 1 plate is lacking, and one folding damaged. The series is also numbered as vol. 1-8 (= nos.1-200). Only one listing in ULS.

[#14937]

MUSEUM

Revista mensual de Arte Espanol antiguo y moderno y de la vida artistica contemporanea.

Vol. 1-3. Barcelona, 1911-1913. First 2 vols. Orig. cloth, spines damaged, rest in wrappers Lacks vol. 3 nos. 11-12, and no. 1 without back-cover.

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[#21064]

Mario NANNI

I giochi del malessere

(Games of Malaise). Milan, Edizioni Apollinaire, 1969. Spiral bound book object, 21 x 21 x 2 cm, 38 pp. Nineteen double pages each with a die cut circle in the center (9 cm), three of which have a nickel-plated metal ring suspended from a small spring hanging in the hole. The off white cover has a small red paper banner loosely joined at the spiral.

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Catalogue of objects created by Mario Nanni (1922- 2019) in 1968 and 1969 and presented at Galleria Apollinaire Milan, and La Nuova Loggia in Bologna. The book contains printed b/w photographic images, alternated with monochrome pages in metallic, red and black and two transparent acetate sheets featuring silkscreened black drawings. An essay by Achille Bonito Oliva (in Italian) is printed on a red paper strip (21 x 3 cm) running along the lower part of all pages. The book resembles Mario Nanni’s installation pieces and the use of steel chrome circles in his work. Very rare item produced in an edition of 500 copies. In good condition.

[#9447]

NEXOS Dir.: Enrique Florescano

Sociedad-ciencia-literatura.

Ano 1 (= nos. 1-12). Mexico 1978. Comprising 12 nos., tabloïd size. (Added: nos. 13, 15 and 17).

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Dir.: Enrique Florescano. Edited by Héctor Aguilar Camín, Adolfo Castanón, Julio Frenk. (Centro de Investigacion Cultural y Cientifica). Progressive monthly, richly illustrated, Contributions by Carlos Montsivais, Jean Franco, José Warman, Adolfo Gilly, Susana Chaurand (photographs), Adolfo Born (drawings), No. 9 devoted to a retrospect of the year 1968)

[#9530]

LA NOVA REVISTA

Publicació mensuel de literatura i d'art.

Nos. 1-30 (of 31 issues publ.). Barcelona, 1927-June 1929. Bound in 5 vols., without the wrappers. Added: No. 31 in photocopy.

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Catalan monthly on arts and letters, directed by Josep Maria Junoy, with a truly European flavour, very representative for the modern Catalan spirit with its many foreign roots and contacts. With many illustrations. Contr.: Pompeu Fabra, Carles Riba, J. Puig, I. Ferreter, Carles Soldevilla, Rossend Llates, Joan Esyelrich, Joan Sacs, etc. (4 illustrations in no. 29 are waterstained; index of year 1929 not present).

[#9539]

NUESTRA MUSICA

Revista bimensual editada en Mexico.

Ano 1-3 no 9. México, D.F., Marzo 1946 - Enero 1948. Original wrappers; illustrated.

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Ed. by Jesus Bal y Gay, Carlos Chavez, Blas Galindo, Rodolfo Halffter, J. Pablo Moncayo, Adolfo Salazar, Luis Sandi, with contribs. by Bela Bartók (posthumous), Manuel De Falla, Carlos Sanchez Malaga, Vicente T. Mendoza, Aaron Copland, Arthur V. Berger, Henrietta Yurchenko, a.o.

[#12252]

NUESTRA NOVELA

Nos. 1-23 (all publ.). Buenos Aires, 1941. 13 x 17,5 cm. Each no. about 64 pp. Original illustrated wrappers. Nos. 12-16 Bound hcloth with the original wrappers. Cover of no. 1 has a small defect, other covers slightly damaged. Illustrated.

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Edited by Alberto Insua. Publishes short-stories with biographical notes of the author. Includes work by Héctor Pedro Blomberg, Mateo Booz, Benito Lynch, Roberto Arlt, Leónidas Barletta, Ernesto Morales, Ramón Gómez de la Serna a.o. [Lafleur, Provenzano, Alonso p. 157]

[#9554]

NUMERO

Ano 1-6 (all publ., comprising nos.1-27) and 2a. Epoca: Ano 1-2 (all publ., comprising nos. 1, 2, 3/4). Montevideo, March 1949-Dec.1955, and April 1963-May 1964. First series bound in 6 vols. unif. blue hcloth, second series original wrappers, on slightly enlarged size (somewhat soiled, in particular no 3/4)..

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The organ of the "generacion del 45". Directed by Manuel A. Claps, Emir Rodriguez Monegal, Idea Vilarino, later by Mario Benedetti, Sarandy Cabrera; contribs. include (also transl.): Arturo Barea, Enr. Anderson Imbert, R. Caillois, Alb. Camus, T.S. Eliot, Juan Ramon Imenez, Georg Lukacs, Mary McCarthy, Alfonso Reyes, J.A. Sorondo, a.o.

[#9574]

O OCCIDENTE

Revista Illustrada de Portugal e do Estrangeiro.

Vol. 1-38 (comprising nos.1-1315, all publ.). Lisboa, 1878-July 1915. Bound, original cloth; most spines repaired. Folio.

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Complete collection of this Portuguese illustrated fortnightly in the style of 'Illustration'. Issues of 8-16 pp., with numerous engravings (later: photographs) in the text, but also half-and full-page. Directed by: Gervasio Lobato, Caetano Alberto. Lacking: only 1 issue (i.e. no 1261) and a few pages in no 380. Years 1880 and 1885 incl. supplement.

[#9747]

PAGINAS ILUSTRADAS

Revista semanal de Ciencias, Artes y Literatura.

Añno 1-5 (of 6, comprising nos.1-204). San José (Costa Rica), 1904/05-1908. Bound; covers preserved (except in vol. 2). Lack 11 issues from 2 vols. (ex-library, some faint stamps or markings, but in good condition).

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Illustrated weekly (approx. 16-32 pp. each) on the artistic and cultural life on Costa Rica in the beginning of the 20th century.Propietarios: Calderón Hermanos, director: Próspero Calderón. Contribs. by J. Fidel Tristán, Anastasio Alfaro (section science); Claudio González Rucavado, Daniel Ureñna, Joaquín García Manje (section literature); H.N.Rudd, Paynter Bros, Fernando Zamora, Max. Rudín, Federico Mora C. (photography).

[#14859]

PÁJARO CASCABEL

Volume1 nos 5, 6, 10, 11, 12/13, 16, 17, 18 and 19/20; and Segunda época, nos. 2 and 3/4. Mexico, D.F., May 1963 - July/December 1966. Eleven issues (including three double numbers). Small folio.

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Edited by Thelma Nava, et al. The first series was published from Sept 1962 through Sept/Nov 1965 in twenty bimonthly numbers or double numbers, the majority of them folded small folio leaflets, printed on heavy stock in two colours, occasionally with inserts. The last number of the first series, and those in the second, are more substantial, elegantly presented and well-illustrated periodicals, and include two topical issues devoted to "Poesia de Mexico", "España: Poesia de Protesta", and one highlighting poetry of Panama and Vietnam. Contributors include Cardenal, Pacheco, M. Randall, Pavese, Paz, Antonio Alvarado, Carlos Hernandez; illustrations after Millares, Saura, Tapies et al.

[#14674]

PEL & PLOMA

Periódic mensual am dibuixos.

Vol. 3 (= nos. 77-88). Barcelona, Juny 1901 - Maig 1902. Bound, contemp. hcloth, pictorial covers preserved. 4to.

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Catalan artistic periodical, drawings by Ramon Casas, text by M. Utrillo, with contributions (reproductions) by Picasso, Forain, Caran d'Ache, Isidre Nonell, Ramon Pichet, etc. Literary contribs. by Eduard Marquina, Manuel de Montoliu, Eug. d'Ors, Lluis de Zulueta, Joseph Pijoan, J. Pahissa, C. Capdevilla, Raf. Moragas, A. Mestres, Joan Maragall, Fr. Rosello, X. Viura, F. Escalas, J.M. Jordà, etc.; texts are in Catalan, Spanish and French.

[#17425]

PERCEPTISMO

Teorico y polemico.

Nos. 1-7 (all publ.). Buenos Aires, 1950/53. Unbound as issued. (40x29 cm) Printed in b/w, with numerous illustrations; Nos. 1-5 have 8 pages per number, 6-7 have one colour added on the first page, and 12 pages per issue. Very good condition, with a faint horizontal fold as issued; the first number has light wear over the fold and some light marginal damage; small handwritten notes in the margin by an unidentified reader of the first 2 articles; the other issues are very good to mint).

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Theoretical and programmatic journal for Concrete Art, edited by Raúl Lozza, the artist who founded the movement known as Perceptismo: an avant-garde movement in Argentina that followed Arte Concreto, Invencion and Madi. Between 1950 and 1953 Lozza wrote, designed and published the seven issues of the Perceptismo magazine, in which his brother V.D.Lozza and Abraham Haber collaborated. This publication shows part of the copious theoretical production that went along with his artistic labor. One of his researches’ essential subjects was color. The first issue of the magazine includes an article entitled:The Color in Art. ( Abstract and excerpts from a book in printing, which as a book remains unedited. He insisted on the concept of unity between form and color. The interaction of these determined the structural harmony of a painting. Some of the key concepts for an ideal materialization of Lozza’s works were published in 1952 in the No. 4 of Perceptismo). Articles by Raúl Loza (e.g. El Color en el Arte; La Nueva Estructura de la Pintura Perceptista; De la Abstraccion al Perceptismo; El Perceptismo y lo Functional; Forma y Contenido), Abraham Haber Pintura y percepcion; (Matematica y Fisica en la Nueva Pintur; Lo Objetivo y lo No-objectivo den el Arte; Lo Magico y la Expresion; Nuestra; Nuestra Estetica; Psicología de la forma y fenomenologia;El proceso pictórico del perceptismo), V.D. Lozza (El Arte y el Hombre; Espacio y Tiempo). - ADDED is an important group of catalogues of exhibitions of Raúl Lozza and other contemporary artists: - Ocho artista constructivos (Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, B.A., Julio 1963; - Grabados y Afiches de Humngria, 1964; - Raul Lozza, pinturas, Galeria Primera Plana,1969; - Barragan, Espinosa, Lozza, Morana, Sociedad Argentina de Artistas Plasticos, 1968; - Lozza, pinturas,1973, Van Riel Galeria; - dedicated copy of '16 Anos, El movimiento 'Forma y Espacio'; - and ab. 20 small pampflets, inivitations to exhibitions etc.

[#13344]

LA PIULA

Setmanari regionalista amb ninots.

Any 1 nos. 1-28 (all publ.). Barcelona, 23 March - 29 September 1916. 4to; bound, hleather.

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Progressive politico-satirical weekly; issues of 16 pp. (lateron 12 pp.) each, with full-page coloured ills. on front and back page, some colour-ills. inside. Directed by Salvador Bonavia, ed. by Ferran Agulló i Vidal, with mostly anonymous contribs., some signed Prudenci Bertrana, Francesc Curet, Manuel Marinello, Martí Revoltos, etc. Ills. by Junceda, Apa, Llaverias, Opisso, a.o.; special issue no. 14 (32 pages) to commemorate the date of Corpus de Sang (the Catalan national revolution of 1640). No. 27 repaired at the extremities. (Torrent/Tassis p. 483).

[#12236]

PLIEGOS DEL NOROESTE

Nos. 1-3 (all publ.). Jujuy/Argentina. Abril-Dicembre 1967. Each issue is one sheet folded in 8 to 18, 3 x 27, 3 cm. With front page in colour. Slightly browned and stained. Kept in one of the original envelopes (sides worn).

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Director: Nestor Groppa. Literary contributions and artwork by Eolo Pons, Jose M.Paredes, Andres Fidalgo, Juan Gonzalez, Mario Busignani, Miguel Angel Guzman (drawing), etc.

[#12235]

POESIA-AHORA

Nos. 1-3 (all publ.). Buenos Aires, Edicion The Angel Press, 1962. Each issue is one sheet (22,5 x 34,5 cm) folded in three. With handwritten notes. No. 1 has the name of the previous owner made unreadable with white correction paint. Light soilage to all issues.

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Editor: Miguel Grinberg. International contributions by Walmir Ayala, S. Mondragón, Egito Goncalves (Portugal), Jack Spicer (USA), Manuel Pinillos (Espana), Cees Nooteboom (Olanda), A. Carlino, Allen Ginsberg, Henry Miller, Antonio Dal Masetto, Osvaldo Guevara, etc.

[#10018]

LOS POETAS

Nos. 1-86 (all publ., also numbered as Ano 1-3). Madrid, 23 Junio 1928- 29 Marzo 1930. In original pictorial wrappers, some a bit frayed, a few spines damaged. Sm. 8vo.

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Complete set of this collection of poetry of Spanish poets, and translations into Spanish, with nice art-deco coloured pictorial wrappers by Orbegozo, Ibanez, Velazquez Finizzio, José Martinez de Ayora, volumes dedicated to the work of one poet, but several thematic issues as well.

[#12239]

POETICA

Nos. 1-2 (all publ.). La Plata, 1943. 4to. Original wrappers. (Front cover of no. 1 soiled in right lower corner).

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Edited by Arturo Cambours Ocampo. With contriburions by Lisardo Zía, Carlos Ringuelet a.o. First issue dedicated to Juan Ramon Jimenez, the second to Paul Valery. The cover illustrations by Planas Casas, Federico Garcia Lorca, Maria Elisabeth Wrede, Miguel de Unamuno. [Lafleur, Provenzano, Alonso p. 198].

[#15925]

PRESENÇA

Fôlha de arte e critica.

Series 1: Ano 1-11 (comprising nos. 1-53/54, all publ.) continued as: Series 2: Ano 12 (comprising nos.1-2, all publ.). Coimbra, Presença, 10 March 1927 - February 1940. First Series: Large folio (38.3 x 29.5 cm.); Second Series: (24 x 19 cm.). Bound in three grey full-cloth bindings with lettering in black on spine and front. The numbers of the first series in self covers; the two numbers of the second series in original printed wrappers. Slight soiling to covers and light browning to some leaves, but overall this set is in excellent condition. Printed on different types of luxury paper of varying colour, in black and white with occasionally colour added.

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The most important periodical for Portuguese Modernism, succcessor to Orpheu. Directed by José Régio, João Gaspar Simões and Branquinho da Fonseca (lateron replaced by Casais Monteiro). With innovative avant-garde typography and page-make-up. Published works by the leading figures in Portuguese literature, including Mário Sá-Carneiro, Fernando Pessoa, José Régio, Casais Monteiro, João Gaspar Simões, António de Sousa, Saul Dias, Branquinho da Fonseca, Almada Negreiros, Raul Leal, Alberto de Serpa, Irene Lisboa, José Régio and Miguel Torga. It introduced Gide and Proust to Portuguese readers and started serious critical essays on cinema and contemporary music. It focused on the art of Cubists, Futurists, Primitivists and Expressionists. Graphic contributions by Almada Negreiros, Júlio, Mário Elói, Dórdio Gomes, João Carlos, Sara Afonso, Arlindo Vicente, Paulo, Ventura Porfírio and Bernardo Marques. (Cf.: Pires, Dicionário das revistas literárias do séc. XX, pp. 244-8; Dicionario da Imprensa periodica lit. Portuguesa do seculo XX); Revistas literárias do século XX em Portugal, pp. 382–437) .

[#10077]

PRESENCIA

Nos. 3-8 (=last). México, Enero/Feb.1949-Agosto/Sept.1950. Original wrappers; illustrated.

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Ed. by Enrique Echeverría, with José Miguel García Ascot & Roberto Ruiz. Contribs. by François Clement, Carlos Blanco, Manuel Duran, Ramon Xirau, Angel Palerm, Victor Serge, Richard Grove, Inocencio Burgos, Jerome Shaw, a.o. Drawings by Urrusti, Erickson

[#10102]

PROA

Revista Mensual.

Nos. 1-110 (all publ.of the first series). Palamós, 1955-1965. Original pictorial wrappers; ill.; 4to.

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Organo de la Casa de Cultura; literary contribs., local history, folklore, traditionalism, advertisements etc. of the Costa Brava.

[#10191]

QUINCENA

(Periodico politico social).

Nos. 1-9 (all publ.). Buenos Aires, Sept.1953-March 1954. L. folio; unbd.

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Director: Alberto V. Tedín. Contribs.: M. Amedeo, M. Etchecopar, J.C. Goyeneche, A. Espezel Berro, José Maria de Estrada, a.o.

[#10211]

REALIDAD

Revista de Ideas.

Vol. 1-6 (all publ., comprising nos. 1-18). Buenos Aires, Enero 1947-Sept./Dec.1949. Original wrappers (rather substantial issues of ab.150 pp.each).

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A rather scholarly journal, direc ted by Fr. Romero, with A. Alonso, Fr. Ayala, J.L. Borges, J. Cortázar, C.E. Erro, Martínez Estrada, Carmen R.L. de Gandara, L. Luzuriaga, Ed. Mallea, Raul Prebisch, Julio Rey Pastor, S. Soler.

[#10212]

REALIDAD

Revista Semanario.

Nos. 1-15 (all publ.). Montevideo, May 9 - August 28, 1984. Tabloïd format; wrappers.

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Left-wing weekly directed by Wilfredo Penco. Issues of 24 pages, with photographs. "Libertad de prensa ahora. Reapertura de los medios clausurados". Further publication was suppressed after no. 15.

[#10337]

REVISTA DEL PARAGUAY

Ano 1 nos. 1-5/6 (all publ.). Asunción, Jan.-Dic.1913. Bound in one vol. rubbed h. calf.

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Contribs. by G. Cardús Huerta, Oliveira Lima, Viriato Diaz-Perez, a.o.

[#10338]

REVISTA DEL PUEBLO

Nos. 1-4. Buenos Aires, Editorial TOR, abril 1926 -septiembre 1926. (Nos. 1-3: 20,5 x 20,5 cm; no. 4: 17,5 x 12 cm). Typographical covers, stapled.

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Issues of 24 pages (No. 4 has 62 pages plus advertising section, which is more or less the general catalogue of books published by Editorial Tor. Director: Julio Fingerit, with collaboration of Elias Castelnuovo, Leonidas Barletta, J. Fingerit, Bertrand Russell, F. Ortiga Anckermann, Winvood Reade, Pescatore di Perle, etc. (Lafleur/Provenzano p.108, 159; in totalthere were 9 numbers published). Rare.

[#10344]

REVISTA PARAGUAYA

Ano 1-3 (comprising nos. 1-13/16, all publ.). Asunción de Paraguay, 1925-August 1928. Bound in one vol., rubbed h. calf.

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Scholarly articles, literature, history, political topics.

[#10348]

REVISTA URUGUAYA

Politica, cientifica, literaria, historia y economia politica.

Ano 1 nos. 1-24 (probably all publ.), Mercedes, R.O., Mayo 1905-Abril 15, 1906. Bound in one vol. contemp. h. calf; illustrated. 4to.

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Director: Luis Santiago Botana. Organo del Partido Nacional. Issues of 16 pp. each, with text on 2 columns. Fuklly illuystarted with numerous photographis and portraits of Uuruguyan politician and other celebrities.

[#10550]

RIGOLETTO

Semanario satirico ilustrado.

Ano 1 nos 1-18 (all?). Buenos Aires, 2.6 - 3.11.1890. L. folio; modern cloth. Illustrated; front-page of no 4 torn; small repairs to a few other pages.

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Director: Eduardo Sojo. Director Literario: Marcos Zapata. Issues of 8 pp. each; full-page illustration on the front-page in monochrome, and monochrome ills. in the text; text on 3 or 4 columns. Precursor to 'El Mosquito'; ills. by Heraclito, Democrito, Cao, Fortuny, etc.

[#10571]

LA RISA

Periodico Ilustrado Cómico y Humorístico.

Ano 1. Madrid, 1888. H. calf; 4to; illustrated. Several pages repaired, several pages torn and 2 pages are missing.

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Humorous journal, weekly issues of 16 pages, woodcut-ills. Director literario: Carlos Frontaura. Director artistico: Alfredo Perea. Collabs.: Perez Escrich, Alfonso Tobar, Rojas, Huertas, a.o. Several pages repaired, 1 page torn and 2 pages are missing. Not listed in Cat.Bibl.Nat. and U.L.S.

[#13148]

ROSALINDA DE LA CUEVA

Alternativa surrealista - Boletín del grupo surrealista del Río de la Plata.

No. 2. Buenos Aires, April 1987. 4to. Original illustrated wrappers. With numerous illustrations and photographs.

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Edited by Benedicto Cotaro, a native Mapucha, from the town of San Carlos de Bariloche, named Ñancu Rupai in his native language, member of the Movimiento Surrealista del Rio de la Plata. The issue contains a fragment of his forthcoming book: "Cantos reptilescos o esos doblejes castrales lamiendo el cerebelo de lujuria perenne. El oscuro secreto de las etemas maullantes". Also an investigation on the Latin-American short-story, with the contribution of Abelardo Ramos, Rodolfo Fogwill, Enrique Medina, Leonardo Rui Díaz, Luis Franco. Furthermore a five page article on surrealism in the Czech Republic. Contributions by Luis Alvarez, Jorge Cabral, Juan Carlos Otano, etc. Very rare.

[#10672]

SAGITARIO

Revista Trimestal de Humanidades.

Nos. 1-8. Buenos Aires, 1955-1956. Original wrappers.

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Director: Carlos Sánchez Viamente. Contribs. by C.A. Erro, F. Schultz de Mantovani, M. Rojas, Fr. Romero, Enr. Grande, a.o.

[#10670]

SAGITARIO

Publicación bimestral.

Years 1-2 (Nos. 1-12, all publ.). La Plata, May 1925-Dec.1927. Original wrappers, slightly stained ,some spines damaged.

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Complete set of the organ of the Nueva Generación, directed by Carlos A. Amayo, Julio V. González, Carlos S. Viamonte. Articles of political and general interest. With contributions by Carlos Astrada, Francisco L. Barreto, Emilio Pettornti, Ezeguil Martinez Estrada, a.o.

[#16282]

SEMA.

Publicação sazonal de artes e letras.

Nos. 1-4 (all published). Lisbon, Primavera 1979- Maio 1982. Original pictorial wrappers, (ab.80-150 pages each),stapled in the spine, except for no 4, which is thicker, 256 pages. Size: 30x21,5cm. Fully illustrated. (Some dustsoilage to the covers,corners slightly bumped). Rare.

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Periodical of the Portuguese avant-garde, with surrealist tendency and leaning toward the counterculture. Directed by Joào Miguel Barros, Maria José Freitas. Contributions by Rocha de Sousa (Opening article Áspectos de as Artes Plasticas em Portugal,1974/78), also Michel Tap (architecture), Luis Serpa (graphic design), Ana Haterly, Leonel Moura, E.M.Melo e Castro (on avant-garde art and an article on Avant-Garde periodicals 1940-1980 in Number 2), Ernesto de Sousa, Surrealismo em Portugal, Jacqueline Risset, Ant. Maria Lisboa, Enrico Gonçalves, Stefan Morawski; etc. Attention for new art forms, conceptual art (Vostell, Beuys), happenings, counterculture, psychedelics, etc. No. 4: (Número final) Perspectivas actuais da cultura Portuguesa. With contributions by Manuel Hermino Monteiro, J.M.A.Judice, etc., on aspects of Portuguese avant-garde art, literature, cinema, etc. with numerous illustrations.

[#10798]

SEXTO CONTINENTE

Tribuna del Pensamiento Latinoamericano.

Nos. 1-7/8 (=all publ.). Buenos Aires, Julio 1949-Dec.1950. Original wrappers.

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General cultural monthly, edited by Armando Cascella and Valentin Thiébaut, and correspondents in Mexico, Chili, Venezuela, Peru, Ecuador, Brasil and Colombia. Contribs. include: J. Vasconcelos, C. Astrada, Ramón Doll, F. Ibarguren, a.o.

[#15725]

SI LA PILDORA BIEN SUPIERA NO LA DORARAN POR DEFUERA

Revista exterior de poesía hispana (Revista de poesia hispana fora, Espainiako poesia aldiskaria erbestean).

Año 0, núm.0. oct.- dic.1967. Peterborough, Ont./Canada. (24 pages + covers).

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The inaugural issue of this avant-garde spanish poetry magazine published in Canada. Editor: Jerónimo – Pablo González Martín, at Trent University,Canada. - With collaboration of: Carlos Sahagun, Pedro Gimferrer, Mikel Lasa, José Azurmendi, Xosé Luis Méndez Ferrin, Robert Desnos, Jaime Pomar. With correspondents in Germany (Francisco Velez Nieto), Argentina (Ariel Canzani D), Cuba, Checoslovaquia (RoqueDalton), Denmark, Spain, Holland and Italy.

[#10810]

EL SIGLO XX

Revista semanal politica, juridica, literaria y comercial.

Ano. 1 nos. 1-26; Ano. 2 nos. 1-3 (all published). Buenos Aires, Sept.15, 1900 - March 1901. 4to; bound contemp. h. leather. (Rather worn, foxing).

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Directed by Felipe J. Moreira, adm. S. Ostwald. With contribs. by Lugones, Roberto J. Payro, Francisco Grandmontagne, Alberto Ghiraldo, a.o.; a few pages in no 18 are in typescript. Several clippings from other contemporary magazines related to the content have been inserted by a previous owner. (Lafleur,Provenanzo Alonso, p.46).

[#10816]

SIGNOS

en la Expresion de los Pueblos. Gráfica, Pentagrama, Letra.

Nos. 10-28. Santa Clara, Cuba, septiembre/diciembre, 1972 - enero/junio, 1982. Original illustrated wrappers. Ills.

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Cuban periodical for arts and letters directed by Samuel Feijoo, close to the concrete and visual poetry movements and richly illustrated with drawings and photographs. Includes prose, poetry, graphic art, music, folklore, from Cuba, but also special issues on Czechoslovakia, Poland and Mongolia. Thematic issues, i.e.: no. 10 'Libro'incl. o.a.: Vadin Shefner (La Poesía del Futuro), Poesía Cubana, article devoted to book-illustration no. 11 'Formas del verso': devoted to modern (concrete and visual poetry), incl. o.a.: Apollinaire, Aida Ida, Adalberto, Samuel Feijóo, Tipográficos Modernos;no. 12 'Checos Lovaquia': music, modern poetry, modern (graphic) art, sculpture, in Czechoslovakia; no. 13 'Folklore de Cuba'; no. 14 'Refrán'; no. 15 'Mitos Cubanos' no. 16: 'Coplas'; no.17 'Musica de Cuba'; no. 18 'Grafica de Cuba' incl. o.a. Caricaturista Cubista Cubana (Honoré, Riveron); Fotografías Cubistas de J.M. Acosta; article on Garcia Lorca; Influencias de la Vanguardia en la Gráfica Posterior; etc. no. 19 'Trazos de Cuba' (incl. o.a. typewritings by Nodarse); no. 20 'Saber Popular de Cuba';no. 21 'Trazos de Cuba'; no. 22 'Poesia y Grafica' (incl. o.a. Haikus Cubanos, Opartistas Cubanos, Benjamin Duarte: Dibujos ineditos); no. 23 'El Anuncio en Cuba'; no. 24 'Mongolia'; no. 25'Polona'; no. 26 'Poesia Critica Grafica y Musica de Cuba'; no. 27 'El Sensible Zarapico'; no. 28 'Humor, Satira, Politica, Poesia, Grafica'. -(Cover-) ills. by Feijóo, Du-Arte, Portocarrero, Guillen, Walpole, Puig, Taillandier, Picasso, López-Nussa, a.o. Contribs. incl.: Roberto Orihuela, Ramón Rodríguez, Francisco Garzón, Armando Morales, Adalberto, Benjamín Duarte, Aida Ida, Ciro Bianchi, José Z. Tallet, René Batista, Ricardo Villares, Imeldo Alvarez, Eduardo Curbelo, Zita Mugia, and others.

[#10817]

SIGNOS

(Revista Signos). Estudios de Lengua y Literatura.

Vol. 1-4. Santiago, 1967-1970. Original wrappers.

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Ed. by the Universidad Catolica de Valparaiso, Chile. Contribs.: Luis Gomez Macker, Ximena Morena, Marina Gonzales, a.o.

[#15928]

SISIFO

Fasciculos de poesia e de critica.

Nos. 1-4 (in 3 fascicules,all publ.). Coimbra, Atlantida, 1951-1952. Bound with the orig.wrappers, buckram with gil titling on spine. With the bookplate of Carlos Silva.(Published in an edition of 700 copies).

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Directed by Manuel Breda Simões. Poetry by Portuguese, Spanish and South American authors; illustrated covers; No. 2/3 by Júlio de Rezende (also a plate reproducing a work by him), other covers illustrated by A.Alves Martins, and Mário de Soares. Texts by Antonio Ramos Rosa, Carmen Conde, Eugénio de Andrade, Miguel Hernández, Antonio Navarro, Adriano Loure,co de Faria, A.M.V.Viana, Aureliano Lima, and several others.

[#19601]

STEMPEL PLAATS

Exposiçao Internacionale de Desenhos com Carimbos Borracha

Aart van Barneveld, Recife, Brasil 1978. Stapled booklet, 21 x 15.5 cm, 12stenciled ills. pages. Catalogue for a rubber stamp exhibition organised by Aart van Barneveld at the 1° Festival de Inverno de 15 à 30 de julho de 1978 UNICAP (Universitade Catolica de Pernambuco, Brésil). Introduction text in Portuguese.

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The exhibition featured rubber stamp works from international mail art artists such as Ulises Carrión, Paulo Bruscky, Anna Banana, Ray diPalma, Robin Crozier, Bill Gaglione, Klaus Groh, Dick Higgins, Raul Marroquin, Geza Perneczsky, Francesco Pino, Pawel Petasz, Regina Silveira, Gabor Toth, Jiri Valoch, Edgardo Antonio Vigo, Paulo Brusky and Vautier. Added is the invitation to join the 2° Festival de Inverno da UNICAP in 1979. Stenciled sheet, 32 x 21.5 cm, folded in 4. Some wear along the edges and folds. Aart van Barneveld ran Stempelplaats, an exhibition and workshop space in Amsterdam (1077-1980) where international artists experimented with rubber stamps and Mail art.

[#11209]

TEATRO DEL PUEBLO

Periodico ordenado por el Teatro del Pueblo.

Ano 1 no 1. Buenos Aires, Junio 1938. Newspaper-size, folded several times,some browning over folds.

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Printed on rewsprint, 4 pages. Contributions by José Maria Podesta, Roberto Arlt, and others; woodcut by Prada on the front-page. Contains Arlts 'La isla desierta'.

[#13163]

TESEO

Nos. 1-4 (all publ.). La Plata, 1941. Nos. 1-3 two sheets folded to 23 x 32 cm., no. 4 one sheet folded twice to the same size. Original wrappers (slightly soiled and browned, paperspotting). Illustrated.

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Edited by Julio César Avanza, Jose Guillermo Corti, Alejandro Denis-Krause, Alejandro de Isusi. Contributions by Marcos Fingerit, Adolfo de Obieta, Arturo Horacio Ghida, Sanchez-Trincado, Ernesto Sábato, Julio César Avanza, Jorge Enrique Ramponi, Macedonio Fernández, José Guillermo Corti, Alejandro de Isusi, Elena Duncan, Arturo Llaurado, A. Cambours Ocampo, Ramón Gómez de la Serna, OIscar Cerruto and Alejandro Denis-Krause. With illustrations by Syuiti Nagayasu, Rodolfo Castagna and Francisco de Santo. [Lafleur, Provenzano, Alonso p. 197, 236]

[#11262]

TIA VICENTA

La revista del nuevo humor.

Nos. 1-289 (all publ. as far as an individual magazine). Buenos Aires (Publicacion de NOPRA, Redaccion/Administracion:Rio de Janeiro) , 1957-1964. Original wrappers; large folio.

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Politico-satirical and humoristic magazine, directed by Landrú (pseudonym for Carlos Colombres), who also contributed a large number of satitrical drawings and designed most of the covers. The set offered here is complete for the period during which "Tia Vicenta" was published as an individual magazine. (published weekly, sometimes fortnightly). After 1964 it became a supplement to the daily "El Mundo". A new series appeared starting 1977.

[#11360]

¡ TURURUT !

Semanario Humoristico de Actualidades.

Vol. 1 nos. 1-34 (of 35 publ.?). Barcelona, Jan. 31 - Sept. 26, 1953. Cloth; 4to. With numerous illustrations, partly colour.

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Humorous periodical devoted to current events, 16 pp. + wrps. per issue, illustrated with cartoons and some photographs. Probably only 35 nos. published (Palau). Contribs. by Luis G. Blain, Cesc, Claraso, Conti, Escobar, A. Matias, Guiu, J. Ministral Masia, Luz Morales, Muntanola, Opisso, a.o.

[#16712]

ULTIMO REINO

Revista de poesia.

Nos. 1-12/13, 16/17, 18. Buenos Aires, Oct./Dec. 1979 - enero/junio 1988. Original pictorial wrappers, in generally good to excellent contion. Added are some small bookl;ets and leaflet of the press.

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Edited by Gustavo M. Margulies and Victor F.A. Redondo. Contributions by Mario Morales, Alfonso Sola González, Vicente Huidobro, Jorge Zunino, Horacio Zabaljáuregui, Maurice Blanchot, Raul Gustavo Aguirre, Eduardo A. Azcuy, Eduardo Alvarez Tuñón Victor F.A. Redondo, Roberto G. Scrugli, Jorge Eduardo Eielson, Jaime Saenz, Maurice Blanchot Maria del Rosario Sola a.o. Illustrations by Pablo Schugurensky a.o.

[#16249]

UNICORNIO (Bicórnio, Tricórnio,Tetracórnio, Pentacórnio)

Antologia de inéditos de autores portugueses contemporâneos, organizada por José–Augusto França.

Numbers 1-5 (each with changing title, subsequently: Unicórnio, Bicórnio, Tricórnio, Tetracórnio, Pentacórnio). Lisbon, Imprensa Libânio da Silva, May 1951- December 1956. Bound in blue morocco (binding signed Victor Santos), raised bands and gilt lettering on spine and front, top rouged, other edges untrimmed. (26 x 20 cm.). The very nice original illustrated front and back-wrappers of all issues bound in. Illustrations (lino- and woodcuts) in the text, 3 illustrations tipped into text and 9 hors-textes. The first number is duplicated with an untrimmed (lightly foxed) separate number containing the 3 hors-textes which were not included in the bound volume. This set belonged to Luiz Pacheco (Lisbon,1925-), and has several annotations by him. "Unicornio" includes extensive annotations with blue pencil, including a few designs in his hand. "Tetracórnio" is one of 30 copies on special paper, signed and numbered in blue ink "Nº 29 J–A França" in bottom margin of verso of title page. The bound volume is offered TOGETHER WITH additional de-luxe copies off numbers 2 and 3. Each issue 19 x 24 cm in illustrated covers, untrimmed and both in excellent condition as follows: No. 2: Bicornio, Lisboa, Abril 1952; Apparently one of the de-luxe edition limited to 30 copies. The cover is a jute-over-stiff cardboard wrapper, ornated on the front by a handmade silkscreened copy of an original painting by Fernando Lemos and illustrated by 3 hors-textes by Antonio Pedro and linocuts by Fernando Azevedo. No.3: Tricornio. Lisboa, 15 Nov. 1952; Cover is ornated by a handmade silkscreened copy of an original painting by Roberto de Araujo, 3 hors-textes by Almada Negreiros and vignettes by Fernando Lemos. The 3 hors-texts in number 1 are "Nu", fotografia de fernando Lemos; a drawing by F. Azevedo and a drawing by Vespeira.

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This journal, directed and edited by José-Augusto França, aimed at offering an anthology of Portuguese avant-garde, and had close ties to Surrealism. Complete sets are quite rare. (No. 1: 64 pp, and 3 plates; No. 2: 64 pp.and 3 plates; No. 3: 64 pp. and 3 plates; No. 4: 72 pp.and 3 illustrations tipped into text; No. 5: 70 pp.) This periodical was privately printed in an unjustified edition of probably not more than 200 copies, in order to escape the attention of the censors as it included much material that would displease the Salazar regime. The aim of the editor was to unite prose, poetry and essayistic work of all avant-garde directions. The journal thus became a true anthology of Portuguese avant-gardes and its collaborators included modernists and postmodernists from the generation of Presença, as well as neo-realists, together with surrealists. Contributors included: Adolfo Casais Monteiro, António Pedro, José Augusto França, Fernando Azevedo, Jorge de Sena (among his several pieces is one on D.H. Lawrence, with a translation of the poem "Democracy"), Eduardo Lourenço, Alexandre O'Neill, and José Blanc de Portugal. There are also contributions by Sophia de Mello Breyner Andresen, António Sérgio, Delfim Santos, José Régio, Vitorino Nemésio, Almada Negreiros, Hernâni Cidade, Joel Serrão, Miguel Torga, Fernando Pessoa (a previously unpublished essay in Tricórnio, "O Orpheu e a literatura portuguesa"), David Mourão–Ferreira, Eugénio de Andrade, Fernando Namora, Ferreira de Castro, João Pedro de Andrade, José Osório de Oliveira, Luiz Francisco Rebello, Mário Dionísio, Tomás Ribas, Urbano Tavares Rodrigues, Ruy Cinatti, Tomás Kim, Fernando Lemos, Oscar Lopes, Alberto de Lacerda, and others. In the fifth number França wrote a final note announcing the termination of the review, saying that it had failed due to excessive ambition and lack of contributors. Artistically this review is significant with covers by Fernando Azevedo, Fernando Lemos (in particular nos. 2 and 3, which have extremely stunning silkscreened designs, as described above), Vespeira, also vignettes, woodcuts and linocuts by Almada Negreiros, Fernando Lemos, António Pedro, Roberto de Araujo, a.o. [Provenance: The bohemian critic, polemicist, writer of fiction and publisher Luiz Pacheco, collaborated in A afixação proibida, the first Portuguese surrealist manifesto. See Ana da Silva in Machado, Dicionário de literatura portuguesa; Jorge Colaço in Biblos, III, 1338–40; and Dicionário cronologico de autores portugueses, V, 42.]

[#11406]

UNIDAD

Por la Defensa de la Cultura. Organo de la Agrupacion de Intellectuales, Artistas Periodistas y Escritores (A.I.A.P.E.).

Ano 2 nos. 1-5. Buenos Aires, Agosto 1937 - Enero 1938. On newsprint, 23 x 32 Cm., illustrated.

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Contributions by Puiggros, Orzabal Quintana, P.A. Teran, B. Mello, C.G. Munoz, Alb. Einstein, Alf. Reyes, José Portogalo, R.G. Tunon, J. Bergamin, P. Picasso, a.o. Ills. by Ricardo Marre, Rebuffo, Seoane, Hermosilla, a.o.

[#13152]

UNION

Revista de la union de escritores y artistas de Cuba.

Year 3, No. 3. La Habana, July/September 1964. 8vo Original wrappers.

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Special surrealist issue "Mensaje del Grupo Surrealista - 13 Escritores jovenes Cubanos", with contributions by Juan Goytisolo, Ivo Andric, André Pieyre de Mandiargues, Robert Desnos and Reinaldo Felipe, David Fernández, José Mario, Angel Luis Fernández Guerra, Pedro Pérez Sarduy, Sigifredo Alvarez Conesa, Guillermo Rodríguez Rivera, Orlando Alomá, Angela Martínez, Víctor Casaus, Nancy Morejón, Francisco Díaz Triana and Sergio Chaple. Cover by Luis Martínez Pedro.

[#15726]

UTOPÍA

Nos. 1, 2, 6, 8, 9/10 (out of 10 numbers published). San Juan, Argentina. April 1959-December 1960. (14x22 cm, from no 6 onwards reducing to 13,5x19,5 cm.) orig. typographically designed coloured wrappers (with the ownershipstamp of the Federico Vogelius collection on the front wrapper). Number 2 with autograph signature of the editor Salvador Doncel Machado on the first page. (Some foxing and paperspotting, in particular to the covers).

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Avant-garde literary periodical from the Argentine province ("franqueada a distintas corrientes"), each issue ab. 20 pages (no. 6 has 18 pages, laid loosely into the wrappers). Director: S.Doncel Machado, Editors: H.S.Macía, G.Nunez, E.Perez V., José Villanova Singla. Correspondents: Julia Ottolenghi (Buenos Aires) Orlando Terraza (Mendoza). Typography: Carlos Díaz Cano. Collaborators: Raúl Gustavo Aguirre, Antonio de Undurraga, Jules Supervielle In translation) , Mario Norberto Silva, Eduardo Lozano, Claudio Brandi ,Fernando Pessoa (transla. by Rodolfo Alonso), René Palacios More, Emma de Cartosio.

[#12241]

VERDE MEMORIA

Revista de poesía y crítica.

Nos. 1-6 (all publ.). Buenos Aires, July 1942 - June 1944. 17,5 x 25,5 cm. Original wrappers, slightly browned.

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Important periodical of the 'generacion del 40', edited by Ana Maria Chouhy Aguirre and Juan Rodolfo Wilcock. Contributions by M. Benedetti, V. Barbieri, A. Mazzei etc. [Lafleur, Provenzano, Alonso p. 173, 237].

[#6674]

VIDA DE HOY

Revista mensual (política-social).

Nos. 1-23 (all publ.). Buenos Aires, Oct. 1936-Aug.1938. In selfwrappers, unbound.; 4to. (Endemic browning due to the paper quality).

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Director: Manuel Ugarte. Contribs. by A. Acuna, M.R. Adler, Cl.I. Azlor, M.A. Barrenechea, R.B. de Camara, A. Capdevila, M. Carlés, F. Castillo Nájera, E. de Gandía, Roberto F. Giusti, etc. Issues of 16 pp., with text over 2 or 3 columns, on heavy paper.

[#6694]

VIENTOS DEL SUR

Revista mensual.

Nos. 1-2 (all publ.). Granada, Abril-Mayo de 1943. Bound, title label on spine shaven, original wrappers preserved; 4to. Ills.

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Directed by Miguel Cruz Hernández. Edited by Rafael Acosto España, Andrés F. Soria Ortega, Antonio Gallego Morell, Miguel Cruz Hernandez, (of the Univ. of Granada).

[#19602]

Edgardo VIGO & Horacio Zabala

Ultima exposicion internacional de artecorreo ‘75 - Last international exhibition of mail art '75.

Buenos Aires, Galeria Arte Nuevo, December 1975. Catalogue, 15 x 24.5 cm. 4 loose leaves on thin paper contained in illustrated wrapper. Printed in black and blue.

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Catalogue for the exhibition organized by Horacio Zabala and Edgardo Antonio Vigo. Includes a list of participants.Text by Jean-Marc Poinsot in French, Spanish and English. Minor creasing on wrapper, leaves are very good.

[#13427]

YUNQUE

Plástica, cine teatro música, literatura.

Year 1, no. 1 (all publ.). Buenos Aires, 1965. Size (h/w): 26,3 x 18 cm. Original illustrated wrappers. Illustrated. (Faded in right upper corner, probably due to humidity).

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Directed by Norberto Salguero and Rodolfo Campodónico. Edited by J.M. Cárdenas Romero, Carlos Clemen and Miguel A. Speroni. With contributions by Alfredo Guevara, Ronaldo Suarez, Jorge L. Coll, Benigno Quitela, Humberto Constantini, Gabriela Courreges, Roberto Broullón, Pacual Di Bianco, Perez Celis, Emilio Renart, Roberto Diaz, Victor Garcia Robles, Rosario Mase, Hector Negro, C. Silvain, Oscar Tito, Alberto Wainer, Roberto Alvarado, Julio Berenger Pedro Espinosa and Ricardo Halac.

[#12247]

ZOHRA

Revista de cultura.

Nos. 1-8/9. Buenos Aires, Oct. - Nov. 1953 - Enero - Abril 1955. 14,4 x 22, 2. Original pictorial wrappers. Illustrated.

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Director: Nydia Escarano. Artistical and graphical contribs by Silvio Baldessari. Number 7 is a special issue dedicated to India.

[#13150]

ZONA de la poesía americana

No. 1-4 (all publ.). Buenos Aires, July 1963 - November 1964. 4to. Original pictorial wrappers (slight brownspotting, but good copies). Illustrated.

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Edited by Edgar Bayley, Miguel Brascó, Ramiro de Casasbellas, César Fernández Moreno, Julio E. Lareu, Noé Jitrik, Jorge Souza, Francisco Urondo, Alberto Vanasco. Contribs. Octavio Paz, Alberto Girri, Francisco Mandariaga, Each issue is dedicated to one of the following poets: Oliverio Girondo, Juan L. Ortiz, Macedonio Fernández, Enrique Santos.