A PARTIR DE CERO.

Revista de poesía y antipoesía.

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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.

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).