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ESTIVALS R. Revue dirigée par R. Estivals. GRAMMES 1 Revue du Groupe Lettriste et Hypergraphique, 1957: 73 pp. Broché. 27 x 32.3 cm. Texte en français. Contient: R. Estivals: Clairon; L’Élément-Plastique-Complément:Introduction; Notes pour servir la lecture; L’Élément Plastique Complément (plusieurs planches d'Hypergraphie dont une dépliante); Étude de l’E.P.C. I. ISOU: Projet de Manifeste pour l’Enrichissement du Roman-Photo; Manifeste poiur l’Anéantissement de l’Art Hypergraphique; Appendice au Manifeste d’Hypergraphie Ciselante; Hypergraphologie et Cybernétique. L’Année Lettriste 1956. GRAMMES 3, Mai 1959: Une grande feuille pliée en 2, formant 4 pages. Déplié: 41.6 x 27 cm. Plié: 21 x 27 cm. Contient le Prologue au Manifeste du Signisme. Très bon état. GRAMMES 6, Décembre 1960. Numéro Spécial conscaré au “Festival de l’Art d’Avant Garde”: Une grande feuille de papier couché blanc pliée en 2, formant 4 pages. Déplié: 41.6 x 28 cm. Plié: 21 x 28 cm. Contient: “Lettre à J. Polieri sur les conséquences de la mégalomanie égocentrique et sur celles de la sincérité dans les manifestations esthétiques. ou le festival bidon du Peuserieux M Polieri”; “L’Art Expérimental”; “Manifeste pour la Constitution d’une avant-garde culturelle socialiste” (par Estivals). Très bon état avec quelques petites froissuers au bord droit. GRAMMES 7, Mars 1961: Une grande feuille pliée en 2, formant 4 pages. Déplié: 41.9 x 27 cm. Plié: 21 x 27 cm. Textes de R. Estivals. Très bon état. JOINT: Dufrêne, Villeglé, Estivals: GRAMMES: Affichette pour la revue Grâmmes, revue lettriste, avec la participation de Dufrêne, Villeglé et Estivals. Imprimée sur un seul côté en noir sur papier beige. 25 x 33.6 cm. Pliée en deux. Très bon état. La revue Grammes eut au total 7 numéros.
Humphrey is here! : being a broadsheet of thoughts gathered when Beau Geste Press christened its M.A.N. two rev. letterpress cylinder

Humphrey is here! : being a broadsheet of thoughts gathered when Beau Geste Press christened its M.A.N. two rev. letterpress cylinder

Anonymus (Martha Hellion and Felipe Ehrenberg) Artist broadsheet. Letterpress, printed in dark blue on one side on Velin paper. 34 × 40.3 cm. Text in English and Spanish. Thoughts of Martha, Pat, David, Katya, Kate, Ilya, Terry, Ari, Matthias, Yatra, Felipe, Yaël, and Hanja. May have been rolled and wear some folds, thin light yellowing to the upper edge. BEAU GESTE PRESS: The independent publishing house Beau Geste Press (BGP) was founded in 1971 by Mexican artists Martha Hellion and Felipe Ehrenberg. With their two children, they settle on a farm in Devon (Cranleigh?), in the middle of the English countryside, where they form with a few friends, among whom the artist and historian of English art David Mayor, "a community of duplicators, of printers and craftsmen ". Active until 1976, Beau Geste Press will print the work of visual poets, neo-dadaists and international artists affiliated to the Fluxus movement such as Ulises Carrión, Helen Chadwick, Ken Friedman, Carolee Schneemann, Yukio Tsuchiya and Cecilia Vicuña. Specializing in limited-edition artists' books, they publish the works of her own members, as well as those of many of their contemporaries around the world. In the spirit of cottage industry, they adapt costs and scales to their needs and keeps under the same roof - that of her bucolic antenna - all stages of production, from the editorial design and printing to the distribution of books through the postal network. After: CAPC, musée d'art contemporain de Bordeaux, catalogue of the exhibition, 02.02.2017 - 05.28.2017 .
Set of items concerning Daniel Pommereulle: Letters to D.P.

Set of items concerning Daniel Pommereulle: Letters to D.P., invitation cards, sketches, photographs of the artist

POMMEREULLE, Daniel 10 LETTERS: 1) Jean-Christophe (BAILLY). November 27th 78; 2) Robert MALAVAL. On the back of an invitation card to the opening of the exhibition of Pommereulle Jean Larcade, March 18, 1976; 3) Alain J. (JOUFFROY). February 20, 1987; 4) François Di Dio; 5) Michelle?; 6) Alain (Jouffroy) and? 1.VIII.77 of Japan; 7) Anonymous, September 8, 1977. 8 & 9) 2 handwritten letters of Alain Jouffroy, Paris, 22 X 1998 and Ste S., 16 August 2003, rectos only; 10) 1 handwritten letter of Jean-Christophe Bailly, Beloruey, 23 VIII 98, single-sided. 5 INVITATION CARDS to D. Pommeurelle' shows: 1) Pommereulle "Shining Passage", Christian Cheneau Gallery, April 18 to May 31, 1986; 2) Daniel Pommereulle "The Fatigue of Heaven", Galerie Le Dessin, October 1 - November 7 (1981). Opening on Thursday October 1st; 3) Daniel Pommereulle "At worst, annoying". Gallery of the Atelier Frank Bordas, Paris, from November 5 to December 5, 1992, opening on Thursday November 5; 4) Daniel Pommereulle "La Brûlure du Ciel", Editions Claude Givaudan, Geneva, from April 11 to May 13, 1978. Presentation of the book "Café Sanglant", Tuesday, April 11th; 5) Editions Claude Givaudan, Geneva, presentation of 1978 exhibitions on Thursday, December 15, 1977; February: Alain Jacquet; April: Daniel Pommeurelle; October: Piotr Kowalski; December: Erro. In progress: Naked and undressed, photographs; Alan Odle, drawings; Malas of San Blas Islands, fabrics; Romantic bindings, books. 6 PHOTOGRAPHS: 2 photos of Daniel Pommeurelle with a child, in a living room; 1 photo, an unidentified woman in front of a work by D. Pommereulle; 3 photos, D. Pommereulle to the sea, Liouquet (La Ciotat), 1994 or 95. 4 SKETCHES: 1 blue ballpoint pen on "Mild Seven Select" note pad, single-sided. 9 x 9 cm. 1 blue ballpoint pen on sheet of note "Mild Seven Select", single-sided. 9 x 9 cm. 1 red ink and black ink on block sheet note "Cacharel", front and back. 17 x 10 cm. 1 red ink on block note "Cacharel", front and back. 17 x 10 cm.