LA PHOTOGRAPHIE CISELANTE HYPERGRAPHIQUE, INFINITESIMALE ET SUPERTEMPOREL
(Paris): Collection PSI, (1968). First ed Folio, (10) pp., 20 loose b&w original photographs tipped to hard paper mounts. Laid in a paper over boards sleeve, and housed in a paper over boards slipcase. The slipcase is showing very slight surface wear, else fine. (Item ID: 31810)
Original photographs by the following: Jean-Bernard Arkitu, Pierre Battini, Gérard Philippe Broutin, Françoise Canal, Carole Courteau, Maurice Lemaître, Roland Sabatier, Jean-Louis Sarthou, Dany Tayarda, Venurini; original photographs which have additional art work applied are as follows: Edouard Berreur, Jean-Paul Curtay, Jean-Pierre Gillard, Micheline Hachette, Françoise Poyet, Sandra Scarnati, Alain Satié, Woody Roemer, Jacqueline Tarkieltaub, and also one photograph by Isidore Isou. Some of the photographs are collages, or are painted on, all are SIGNED. Limited to 35 numbered copies; also SIGNED on the colophon by Isou. Text in French. Isidore Isou established a French avant-garde movement called Lettrisme in Paris in the mid -1940s. The movement had its roots in Dada and Surrealism. The Lettrists applied their theories to art and culture, poetry, film, painting and political theory. This is their manifesto on photography, with original silver photographs.