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Facsimiles and Writings on Art
Filippo Tommaso Marinetti
One October night in 1908, Marinetti, a young Italian dreaming of the world to come, feverishly throws his aspirations and desires onto paper, giving rise to the manifesto that would become the foundation of Futurism.
Louise Bourgeois created He Disappeared into Complete Silence in 1947, at the beginning of her career and two years after her first personal exhibition. This dense and splendid book, very rare, was initially printed in only a dozen copies and contains nine engravings by the artist alongside with a brief narrative text.
This queer-titled collection was Tzara’s first work, published in Zurich. Bursting with originality, this rare book (at last re-issued as a facsimile) grew out of the collaboration between Tristan Tzara, his friend Marcel Janco (whose engravings are reproduced in color) and the anarchist printer Julius Heuberger...
On April 16th, 1960, while preparing an exhibition at the Apollonian Gallery of Milan reuniting Arman, François Dufrêne, Raymond Hains, Yves Klein, Jean Tinguely and Jacques de la Villeglé, the brilliant art critic Pierre Restany (not yet 30) published a small manifesto entitled The New Realists...
François Lévy-Kuentz / Carlos Muñoz Yagüe
This limited-edition box set allows a more intimate facet of the artist to be discovered. It contains a book entitled This Is Man Ray, after the words of Man Ray himself, which features two exciting and previously unpublished readings given in France and the United States ten years apart (1956 and 1966).