Artists' writings, Poetry First Edition Softcover 240 pages 21 x 15 cm Texts in French   New       EUR 25 ORDER

Christophe Rey, Claquettes et ornithologie, Éditions Héros-Limite, 2018

Télescopant des choses hétéroclites, nobles ou triviales, grossières ou délicates, complexes ou absurdes, les listes de Christophe Rey sont de véritables outils d’appréhension et de compréhension du monde.
Multipliant les angles inattendus, souvent drôles, ces listes sont aussi une forme d’écriture toujours ouverte, dont la fixation momentanée dans le livre appelle à l’imagination du lecteur.

L’originalité de l’ouvrage réside dans le fait que Christophe Rey a su ne pas faire de la liste un principe d’écriture figé, comme si la liste elle-même ne pouvait se satisfaire d’une seule forme. La lecture n’en est que plus réjouissante.

Anthology, Poetry First Edition Softcover 380 pages Texts in French   Very good condition       EUR 36 out of stock

Jean-Paul Curtay, La poésie lettriste, Seghers, 1974

Considérant que l'emploi des mots est déjà épuisé dans l'art des vers, Isidore Isou a proposé un élément pur et plus profond de versification : la lettre. En séparant impitoyablement la poésie phonétique de la poésie à mots, en transformant l'ordre autonome et neuf en une force irréversible, riche de possibilités d'expression qu'il fallait explorer dans tous les secteurs constructifs et destructifs, en leur dédiant des séries d'oeuvres et de manifestations théoriques et lyriques indépendantes, le mouvement lettriste a constitué la plus importante école poétique depuis le Surréalisme.

Ce livre provient de la collection de Pascal Doury. Plus d'infos ici.
 

Anthology, Poetry First Edition Softcover Texts in French   Very good condition       EUR 45 out of stock

Maurice Lemaître, Carnets d'un fanatique. Tomes I et II, Centre de créativité, 1961

Les Carnets d'un fanatique sont passionnants parce qu'ils exposent d'abord le combat d'un individu déchiré entre les "habitudes" imposées par les ordres culturels anciens et un système multiplicateur qui seul lui permet de se former une personnalité supérieure cohérente et de s'immortaliser par des réalisations hautement efficaces ; ces carnets passionnent ensuite parce qu'ils réunissent des prises de positions dictées par le nouveau Savoir devant une multitude d'événements "mondains", artistiques, économiques, philosophiques ou théologiques et peuvent servir donc de points d'orientation à tous ceux qui, demain, chercheront à réexpliquer d'une façon plus profonde le monde en marche.

Ensemble de deux ouvrages glissés sous une jaquette de réunion.

Ce livre provient de la collection de Pascal Doury. Plus d'infos ici.

Cinema, Poetry First Edition Softcover 180 pages Texts in French   Good condition       EUR 70 out of stock

Maurice Lemaître, Le film est déjà commencé ? Séance de cinéma, Éditions André Bonne, 1952

Le créateur offre ceci d'unique : il permet des insultes ou des louanges inapplicables à quiconque. Les expressions "images magnifiques", "dialogue admirable", les "souffles-plénitude-génie" qui accueillent ordinairement les oeuvres non-créatrices lui sont épargnées.

Le film est déjà commencé ? est la première tentative de brisure du cadre normal de la représentation cinématographique.

Cette "séance de cinéma" s'attache aux différerents termes du spectacle filmique : son image, écran, salle, et les bouleverse séparément. Elle les réintègre ensuite dans un combiné théâtral complexe.

Ce livre provient de la collection de Pascal Doury. Plus d'infos ici.

Poetry Softcover 93 pages 19 x 14 cm Texts in French   New       EUR 25 ORDER

Meloe Gennai, Temps, intempérie, tempérament, Éditions des Sables, 2017

Meloe Gennai est poète et écrivain. Né à Genève en 1986, il est diplômé en germanistique et histoire et titulaire d'un Master en droit de l'Université de Genève. Ce juriste est actif dans la scène Poetry Slam depuis 2008. Il s'est produit en Suisse romande et en Suisse alémanique, ainsi qu'en France, Belgique, Autriche, Allemagne.
Meloe est lauréat des Biennales Robert Goffin de la poésie ( Belgique, 2012 ).

La poésie de Meloe Gennai est puissante, parfois violente, souvent désabusée, mais dont l'humour est le fil rouge. Elle joue avec les ambivalences, les sons, les répétitions, les jeux des mots : "aaah que nous serons heureux que nous serons heureux dans ce temps de pause dans ce temps de rien dans ce temps sans temps sans rien ".

Artist's book, Poetry Bootleg Softcover 60 pages 25 x 19 cm   New       EUR 37 ORDER

Guy de Cointet, A Few Drawings, cneai, 2005

Fac-similé du recueil de poésie graphique autoédité par Guy de Cointet en 1975, publié suite à l'exposition « Guy de Cointet / Allen Ruppersberg – A Few Drawings / Mixed Media » à la Galerie Air de Paris en 2006.

Guy de Cointet (né en 1934 à Paris, décédé en 1983 à Los Angeles) est considéré comme l'une des figures clé du mouvement de l'art conceptuel et de l'art de la performance qui ont émergé à Los Angeles dans les années 1970. Son influence sur la scène californienne actuelle est attestée par des artistes tels que Paul McCarthy, Mike Kelley, Allen Ruppersberg ou John Baldessari. La codification, le hiéroglyphe, la typographie représentent chez Cointet, dont l'œuvre est fortement marquée par un intérêt pour les procédés de langage et notamment les techniques d'écriture de Raymond Roussel, un processus d'élaboration du mot mis en image, et de la couleur mise en forme. Ses dessins et livres attestent de son goût du mystère, des langages codés et de la cryptographie. Proche du théâtre et de la poésie sonore et visuelle (ses narrations non linéaires, ses « objets scéniques », véritables « tableaux parlants », et ses croisements entre théâtre, cinéma et danse auront des échos jusque dans les recherches actuelles d'artistes comme Catherine Sullivan), Cointet est l'auteur d'une synthèse entre culture populaire, sources littéraires, surréalisme et art minimal.

Artist's book, Poetry Second Edition Staple-bound 19 x 15 cm Texts in English   Very good condition       EUR 250 ORDER

Bob Cobbing, A-Z Sound Poem Sequence, Writers Forum Poets Number Seven, 1968

A sequence from a to z of sound poems - to be read aloud. Typed pages in card cover with three staples keeping the lot together.

Poetry, Artist's book First Edition Staple-bound 20 x 13 cm Texts in English   Very good condition       EUR 120 ORDER

Robert Lax, Thought, Journeyman Press, 1966

Volume of poetry by American poet Robert Lax. Designed and illustrated by Emil Antonucci.

Poetry, Artist's book First Edition Staple-bound 21 x 21 cm Texts in English   Very good condition       EUR 85 ORDER

Robert Lax, Fables, Journeyman Press, 1970

Volume of poetry by American poet Robert Lax. Designed and illustrated by Emil Antonucci.
Dedicated on the first page : « Dear Steve, happy new year – Emil ».

Poetry, Artist's book First Edition Staple-bound 27 x 21 cm Texts in English   Good condition       EUR 140 ORDER

Robert Lax, 3 or 4 poems about the sea, Journeyman Press, 1966

Some recent poems by the author of THE CIRCUS OF THE SUN, NEW POEMS, SEA POEMS and THOUGHT ; poems that knit the sea, the moon, the mind, the shadow of the heart into the continuous orchestrated whole.

Drawings by Emil Antonucci.

Monograph, Poetry First Edition Softcover 36 pages 28 x 20 cm Texts in English   New       EUR 15 ORDER

Evelyn Taocheng Wang, Unintended Experience: a job in Amsterdam, After 8 Books, 2017

She had a lot of siblings she told me, so she wouldn’t get any pretty clothes until she had a likely match—but since she didn’t have anything pretty to wear, she couldn’t get a match. She was trapped in a vicious circle, doomed to spend her blooming years in wistful longing: no young woman, no matter how clever, could break her way out of a dress like that.
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The book is composed of a collection of diary entries previously published by the artist on her Facebook page, relating to her aesthetic, intellectual and sentimental experiences as an undercover transgender masseuse in an Asian parlour in Amsterdam. A series of watercolours accompanies the texts. Inaccuracies of language are an integral part of the narrative.

Poetry, Artist's book First Edition Soft cover, perfect binding 136 pages Texts in French / Italian   New       EUR 85 out of stock

Henri Chopin, Les Mirages des 27 / Visioni dei 27 Segni, Edizioni Morra, 1995

Henri Chopin (18 June 1922 – 3 January 2008) was a French avant-garde poet and musician: he is widely considered to be a pioneer in the recognition and distribution of sound-poetry. Besides poetry and music, his practice includes paining, graphic design, typography, independant publishing and filmmaking; Chopin's work is a barometer of the shifts in European media between the 1950s and the 1970s. 

In 1964 he created OU, one of the most notable reviews of the second half of the 20th century, and he ran it until 1974. OU's contributors included William S. Burroughs, Brion Gysin, Gil J Wolman, François Dufrêne, Bernard Heidsieck, John Furnival, Tom Phillips, and the Austrian sculptor, writer and Dada pioneer Raoul Hausmann. 

Chopin spent a lot of time in Naples from the beginning of the 1980s due to his collaborative projects with Peppe Morra, founder of Fondazione Morra, one of the most renowned spaces for contemporary art active within the city. Morra and Chopin worked closely together up until the final years of the French artist’s life. During this time they produced numerous publications, a large number of which were based on his stunning production of “typewriter poems”. Chopin found a new possibility for poetry both within sound and the written form; with a formal approach he constructed a new alphabetical narration that actually had no responsibility for communication.
His personal production — consisting of typewriter-poems and sound performances — is an inspired attempt to open the medium of poetry into a form described by Chopin as ‘a poetry of spaces’: demonstrating ‘the sensory superiority of sound as opposed to normal speech, and [...] free man from the straightjacket of words and letters and from his obedience to didactics.’

This book contains a text by Stelio Maria Martini.

Artist's book, Poetry First Edition Soft cover, perfect binding 149 pages Texts in Italian   New       EUR 85 out of stock

Henri Chopin, Le homard cosmographique 1965 / La crevette amoureuse 1967, Edizioni Morra, 1994

Henri Chopin (18 June 1922 – 3 January 2008) was a French avant-garde poet and musician: he is widely considered to be a pioneer in the recognition and distribution of sound-poetry. Besides poetry and music, his practice includes paining, graphic design, typography, independant publishing and filmmaking; Chopin's work is a barometer of the shifts in European media between the 1950s and the 1970s. 
In 1964 he created OU, one of the most notable reviews of the second half of the 20th century, and he ran it until 1974. OU's contributors included William S. Burroughs, Brion Gysin, Gil J Wolman, François Dufrêne, Bernard Heidsieck, John Furnival, Tom Phillips, and the Austrian sculptor, writer and Dada pioneer Raoul Hausmann. 
 
Chopin spent a lot of time in Naples from the beginning of the 1980s due to his collaborative projects with Peppe Morra, founder of Fondazione Morra, one of the most renowned spaces for contemporary art active within the city. Morra and Chopin worked closely together up until the final years of the French artist’s life. During this time they produced numerous publications, a large number of which were based on his stunning production of “typewriter poems”. Chopin found a new possibility for poetry both within sound and the written form; with a formal approach he constructed a new alphabetical narration that actually had no responsibility for communication.
His personal production — consisting of typewriter-poems and sound performances — is an inspired attempt to open the medium of poetry into a form described by Chopin as ‘a poetry of spaces’: demonstrating ‘the sensory superiority of sound as opposed to normal speech, and [...] free man from the straightjacket of words and letters and from his obedience to didactics.’
This book contains a text by Stelio Maria Martini.

Artist's book, Poetry First Edition Soft cover, perfect binding 221 pages Texts in Italian   New       EUR 120 out of stock

Henri Chopin, l'ultimo romanzo del mondo (1961), Edizioni Morra, 1993

Henri Chopin (18 June 1922 – 3 January 2008) was a French avant-garde poet and musician: he is widely considered to be a pioneer in the recognition and distribution of sound-poetry. Besides poetry and music, his practice includes paining, graphic design, typography, independant publishing and filmmaking; Chopin's work is a barometer of the shifts in European media between the 1950s and the 1970s. 

In 1964 he created OU, one of the most notable reviews of the second half of the 20th century, and he ran it until 1974. OU's contributors included William S. Burroughs, Brion Gysin, Gil J Wolman, François Dufrêne, Bernard Heidsieck, John Furnival, Tom Phillips, and the Austrian sculptor, writer and Dada pioneer Raoul Hausmann. 

Chopin spent a lot of time in Naples from the beginning of the 1980s due to his collaborative projects with Peppe Morra, founder of Fondazione Morra, one of the most renowned spaces for contemporary art active within the city. Morra and Chopin worked closely together up until the final years of the French artist’s life. During this time they produced numerous publications, a large number of which were based on his stunning production of “typewriter poems”. Chopin found a new possibility for poetry both within sound and the written form; with a formal approach he constructed a new alphabetical narration that actually had no responsibility for communication.
His personal production — consisting of typewriter-poems and sound performances — is an inspired attempt to open the medium of poetry into a form described by Chopin as ‘a poetry of spaces’: demonstrating ‘the sensory superiority of sound as opposed to normal speech, and [...] free man from the straightjacket of words and letters and from his obedience to didactics.’

Artist's book, Poetry First Edition Soft cover, perfect binding 32 pages Texts in Italian / French / English   New       EUR 88 out of stock

Henri Chopin, Enluminure, Edizioni Morra, 1984

Henri Chopin (18 June 1922 – 3 January 2008) was a French avant-garde poet and musician: he is widely considered to be a pioneer in the recognition and distribution of sound-poetry. Besides poetry and music, his practice includes paining, graphic design, typography, independant publishing and filmmaking; Chopin's work is a barometer of the shifts in European media between the 1950s and the 1970s. In 1964 he created OU, one of the most notable reviews of the second half of the 20th century, and he ran it until 1974. OU's contributors included William S. Burroughs, Brion Gysin, Gil J Wolman, François Dufrêne, Bernard Heidsieck, John Furnival, Tom Phillips, and the Austrian sculptor, writer and Dada pioneer Raoul Hausmann. 
 
Chopin spent a lot of time in Naples from the beginning of the 1980s due to his collaborative projects with Peppe Morra, founder of Fondazione Morra, one of the most renowned spaces for contemporary art active within the city. Morra and Chopin worked closely together up until the final years of the French artist’s life. During this time they produced numerous publications, a large number of which were based on his stunning production of “typewriter poems”. Chopin found a new possibility for poetry both within sound and the written form; with a formal approach he constructed a new alphabetical narration that actually had no responsibility for communication.
His personal production — consisting of typewriter-poems and sound performances — is an inspired attempt to open the medium of poetry into a form described by Chopin as ‘a poetry of spaces’: demonstrating ‘the sensory superiority of sound as opposed to normal speech, and [...] free man from the straightjacket of words and letters and from his obedience to didactics.’

Artist's book, Poetry First Edition Soft cover, perfect binding 108 pages Texts in French / Italian   New       EUR 68 out of stock

Henri Chopin, LES FILTRES de l'ALPHABET et de l'€ – ou la puissance de l'utopie –, Edizioni Morra, 2013

Henri Chopin (18 June 1922 – 3 January 2008) was a French avant-garde poet and musician: he is widely considered to be a pioneer in the recognition and distribution of sound-poetry. Besides poetry and music, his practice includes paining, graphic design, typography, independant publishing and filmmaking; Chopin's work is a barometer of the shifts in European media between the 1950s and the 1970s. In 1964 he created OU, one of the most notable reviews of the second half of the 20th century, and he ran it until 1974. OU's contributors included William S. Burroughs, Brion Gysin, Gil J Wolman, François Dufrêne, Bernard Heidsieck, John Furnival, Tom Phillips, and the Austrian sculptor, writer and Dada pioneer Raoul Hausmann. 
 
Chopin spent a lot of time in Naples from the beginning of the 1980s due to his collaborative projects with Peppe Morra, founder of Fondazione Morra, one of the most renowned spaces for contemporary art active within the city. Morra and Chopin worked closely together up until the final years of the French artist’s life. During this time they produced numerous publications, a large number of which were based on his stunning production of “typewriter poems”. Chopin found a new possibility for poetry both within sound and the written form; with a formal approach he constructed a new alphabetical narration that actually had no responsibility for communication.
His personal production — consisting of typewriter-poems and sound performances — is an inspired attempt to open the medium of poetry into a form described by Chopin as ‘a poetry of spaces’: demonstrating ‘the sensory superiority of sound as opposed to normal speech, and [...] free man from the straightjacket of words and letters and from his obedience to didactics.’
 
Contains colored illustrations.

Literature, Poetry First ed. of 250 copies Softcover 168 pages Texts in English   New       EUR 26 ORDER

(Colette Thomas) René, The Testament of the dead Daughter, Vauxhall&Company, 2014

Colette Thomas, one of Antonin Artaud’s “daughters of the heart” flashed briefly before an unsuspecting Parisian literary world after the war... then vanished. The book she published in 1954, under the pseudonym René, comprised letters to Antonin Artaud, accounts of her own early incarceration and suffering, along with tales wrenched from her tortured being. Despite some attention and knowledge of her book there has been no new French edition of Le Testament de la Fille morte.

Translated by Catherine Petit & Paul Buck 

Poetry First Edition Softcover 95 pages Texts in French   Good condition       EUR 35 out of stock

Coll., Parvis à l'écho des cils, Jean-Jacques Pauvert, 1972

Recueil de poésie, avec des textes de Michael Buteau, Matthieu Messagier, Stanislas Rodansky, William Burroughs, Allen Ginsberg, Brion Gysin, Bob Kaufman, Claude Pélieu, Carl Weissner, Jean-Pierre Cretin, Jean-Jacques Faussot, Jacques Ferry, Patrick Geoffrois, Mick Trean et Mahogany Brain.

Ce titre fait partie de la collection Inventaire #01, publié par Oraibi en février 2016.

Artist's book, Poetry First Edition Soft cover, perfect binding 140 pages Texts in French   Very good condition       EUR 50 ORDER

Jean-Robert Ipoustéguy, Leaders et enfants nus, Le Soleil noir, 1970

Leaders et enfants nus dure le temps d'une révolution – qui ne va pas sans meurtre – dont l'imagination de l'auteur, appuyée sur des faits réels et historiques, s'est emparée pour lui donner une valeur de permanence. Ce n'est pas le premier écrit de d'Ipoustéguy, mais c'est son premier livre, en tant que texte et objet à la fois. 

Poetry Soft cover, perfect binding 208 pages 16 x 11 cm Texts in French   New       EUR 24 ORDER

Eugen Gomringer, constellations et poèmes concrets, Éditions Héros-Limite, 2005

Les konstellationen sont conçues comme «le plus simple modèle visuel de la poésie verbale» reposant sur la simplification toujours plus radicale de la langue. Gomringer aspire ainsi à un langage réduit à l’essentiel, où sont abolis les caractères nationaux et superflus. Le langage évolue alors vers un schématisme fonctionnel, vers une poésie universelle instantanément lisible.
«Les konstellationen tendent à devenir objectives, c’est-à-dire à ne plus être les véhicules de contenus moraux ou philosophiques, ni l’expression d’un moi social qui se demande “Qui suis-je ?”, mais la libération d’une énergie, le faire-part d’une information esthétique, l’objectivation d’une langue.»
Aspirant à influencer, par le «nouveau poème», les structures linguistiques, Gomringer trouve dans le mouvement De Stijl, le Bauhaus et la peinture concrète de Max Bill, les points de référence obligés de ses théories.

Traduit par Vincent Barras.

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