IMAGO

For an experimental art, human and dialectical in tendency

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(2 of a total of 3 issues published). Present are Nos 2 and 3, 1965-1966. Text in English + French. Vienna: Imago, 1965-1966. Some light wrinkling, but still very good copies of this rare periodical.

EUR 500.00

?-Imago.. Founded in 1963 by Antonio Berni and Andre Verlon in Paris. No. 2. For an experimental art, human and dialectical in tendency. Founded in 1963 by Antonio Berni and Andre Verlon in Paris. Text in English. Vienna: Imago, 1965. Quarto, un paginated (4 pages) folded with 4 illustrations. - Prints an editorial by Verlon: More than mere juggling; two poems by J.F. Hendry; P.M.T. Sheldon-Williams: Imago - The Great Synthesis, Graham Metson: The Return to Content; Ernst Neizvestny: Content – Not Subject but Content. Furthermore notes on the Harlow Arts Festival + a list of ‘exhibitions by imago-artists and their friends’ (among which Richard Antohi, Andre Verlon, Antonio Berni, Martine Boileau, Lipowitch, Ernst Neivestny) + press omments + galleries where works of imago-artists and their friends can be seen and bought. No. 3. Vers un art expérimental à tendance humaine et dialectique. Text in French. Vienna: Edition ?-IMAGO, 1966. Quarto, 10 pages, folded, 7 illustrations. - Guido Marinelli: ?-IMAGO dans le panorama international des arts; Andre Laude: La Terre Engraisse; J.F. Hendry: Les problèmes d’?-IMAGO; André Verlon: Le Grand Pont; J.F. Hendry: Find ‘Histoire; Joseph Ghin: Peinture our Peintures; Antonio Guense: Il nous fait du Vrai!; J.F. Hendry: Metropole (poem); Andre Laude: Planete Provisoire. Furthermore: Galeries ou l’on peut voir les travaux des artistes ‘?-IMAGO’ et de leurs amis:…. + ‘informations’.

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