A set consisting of Nos. 1 ,3 and 4 (of 4 numbers published). Selfpublished, 1968- 1969. - Numéro 1: Les étudiants d’Orléans. Journal réalisé par les membres de la Commission Culture occupant la bibliothèque universitaire : Claude Alliot, Michel Blandin, Monique Crespeau, Jack Gasperini, Claude Landre, Dominique Lepingle, Jean-Claude Moineau, André Rouchier. Orléans,Les auteurs, mai 1968. Fascicule [21,5x33,5 cm) 14 twosided stencilled stencilled sheets, stapled and folded.. - Numéro 3. Orléans, Jean-Claude Moineau, mai 1969. 29 two sided stencilled sheets, 21 x27 cm, with a sericgraphy in green on orange paper, one card, ]and a selfadhesive sticker, kept together asba packanged in brown kraft paper with handwritten title label., With participation of Jean-Claude Moineau “A mots couverts” et reproductions d’oeuvres -entre autres- de Bernard Aubertin, Lygia Clark, Claude Landrà, John J. Sharkey, Gérald Rocher, Constantin Xénakis, Brian Lane, Jiri Valoch, J.F. Bory, Alain Arias-Misson, Henri Chopin, Tom Phillips, P.A. Gette, Bernard Heidsieck, Jochen Gerz. -No. 4 (last). Paris: Self published, novembre 1969. "vouz aussi pouvez faire votre journal". Folded poster, 55x43,5cm, containing approximately 45 lose pages. (different sizes,most 4to), Some browning towards the edges and folds of the poster, internally content is clean and untrimmed as issued.

EUR 3,000.00

Edited by Jean-Claude Moineau (Mathematics teacher at the Science Faculty of Orléans), who organised in May 1968 the occupation of the University Library. He starts an artistic revolutionary groupe GRRRR [Groupe de Recherche et de Réalisation d’une Réflexion Révolutionnaire] and this journal, which is devoted to political discussions, visual poetry and typographical and design experiments. Most of the pages by Jean-Claude Moineau, with numerous “meta-art” texts. Also contributions by Christiane Frougny, Joachim Branco & Flavio Almada; a postcard with text - ‘text capital’ and a ‘communiqué’ printed in red – don’t commune don’t communicate; a 16 pages catalogue – ‘livres meta-art’ + two postcards + a pink label with attached wire. As there is no table of contents it is impossible to check for completeness, but the impression is that the issues are complete as publisheed under the originsl stapling.