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REVERBERES. Les Reverberes. Nos. 1 - 5. [All published]. Paris. 1938 (April) - 1939 (July).
Complete set of this rare neo-Dada revue edited by Jean Marembert and Michel Tapie.Michel Tapie, Jacques Office, Pierre Mine and Henri Bernard first met together in December 1937, in the workshop of the painter Jean Marembert, and the Les Reverberes group was born. As well as publishing this important review, which was to include illustrations and poems by amongst others Tristan Tzara and Jean Cocteau, the group organised exhibitions, jazz concerts (including performances by Django Reinhardt) and stage performances (works by Guillaume Apollinaire and Georges Ribemont-Dessaignes).Contributing poets and critics to the group's magazine include Nöel Arnaud, Camille Bryen, Georges Herment, and Jacques Bureau; contributing artists include Michael Tapie, Roger Sby, Pierre Minne, Aline Gagnaire, and Ulrich Senne. Primarily designed as a literary journal (although each issue accompanied by a signed hors-texte plate, printed on newsprint), the publication was overseen by Jean Marembert, Minne, and Tapie, the last of whom became an influential art critic in the post-War years, closely identified with Art Informel, Art Autre, and Art Brut. The text, explicitly Dadaist in nature, is often critical of Surrealism, most notably in Bureau's open letter to Andre Breton on the front page of issue number one.N° 1 (April 1938) - complete with hors-texte plate on 'papier rose' by Michel Tapie entitled 'Narcisse', with a suite of the same plate on Japanese parchemin signed and numbered from an edition of 130 by Tapie. Also with an Editions des Reverberes advertisement leaf loosely inserted (printed on bright pink stock) announcing various forthcoming publications by the group, including recordings.N° 2 - (June 1938) - with the group's statement printed on the front cover - 'Demobilisation de la Poesie'. Complete with hors-texte design sur by Roger Sby printed on green paper (remaining text leaves printed on brown paper), with a suite of the same plate printed on Japon, hand coloured in yellow by the artist and also signed and numbered by Sby. Together with the original flyer for the opening night of Les Reverberes first group exhibition on the 23 June 1938 (the exhibition ran till 10 July). Also bound in is the small 8-page advertisement booklet printed on orange and cream stock - adverts for the 'Club des Reverberes' with its 'Orchestre Hot' - it was at these events that recordings by the group were originally on sale.N° 3 - (November 1938) - Report on the legendary so-called 'Entartete Kunst' degenerate art exhibition held at the time in Berlin (Chabrun's essay begins on the front cover). This issue with an hors texte plate by Pierre Minne on green paper (remaining text printed on pink paper), with a suite of the same plate printed on Japon. With the announcement of the publication of Tzara's 'La deuxieme aventure celeste de M. Antipyrine de Tzara', complete with the folded 'fisherman' illustration by Minne.N° 4 - (March 1939) - Art Poetique issue. With an hors texte illustration by Aline Gagnaire (printed on orange paper), with a suite of the same design on Japon. With the small 8-page advertisement booklet bound-in (with adverts for the 'Club des Reverberes). Also with a printed invitation, on one-side of a single sheet, to a Reverberes spectacle held at the Club de Hott between 4-6 April 1939 - the exhibition included works by Tzara, Ribemont-Dessaignes and a recital by Olga Luchere. This invite is addressed to an anonymous guest, and signed by Chabrun.N° 5 - (July 1939) - 'Histoire da la Sale Peinture' - with an hors texte plate by Ulrich Senn, printed on yellow paper, with a suite of the same design printed on Japon. Inserted loosely in the issue are two wonderfully typographical folded programmes - one is a Programme of event performances by Ribemont-Dessaignes (Le Serin Muet drame Dada), Erik Satie (la mort de Socrate), and Apollinaire (Les mamelles de Tiresias) - the other is a programme in Hommage to Guillaume Apollinaire by les Reverberes. Also present is the typed subscription leaf for the proposed sixth issue of the magazine. This issue was never published and the magazine came to a premature end at the outbreak of the War.
5 issues. 4to. 8 pages per issue. Original printed wrappers on various coloured stock. With hors-texte plate in each volume.
Les Reverberes. Anthologie, poemes, dessins. Catalogue de la 1re exposition (...)
Paris, Editions des Reverberes, 25 juin au 10 juillet, 1938, brochure de 30 pp., papier jauni, petits manques en bordure de la couverture, sinon bon ex. 1er numero de cette rare revue neo-Dada qui en comprend 5. Elle fut editee par Jean Marembert et Michel Tapie. Michel Tapie, Jacques Office, Pierre Mine er Henri Bernard se rencontrerent d'abord dans l'atelier du peintre Jean Marembert en 1937, et creerent le groupe "Les Reverberes". Ce numero contient des textes de Noel Arnaud, Henri Bernard, Louis Cattiaux, J. F. Chabrun, C. Diamant Berger, Madeleine Gautier, Alice Gagnaire, Andre Guillot, Jean Jausion, Louis Laxer, Nadine, Marc Patin, Jean Renaudiere, Gerard de Sede, Simian, Michel Tapie et Tavares Bastos. Illustres de dessins par : P. Verite, M. Tapie, Jean Janin, Ulrich Senn, Marcel Laloi, Jean Lafon, Sby, Aline Gagnaire, Pierre Minne, Simone Bry etc. Une chanson avec les paroles de Paul Saban et la musique de Louis Nocolaeff.
VENTURI (Lionel), PONENTE (Nello), BROWN (J. L.), READ (Herbert), TAPIE (Michel), McCANN (Frances). Rome-New York Art Foundation Inc.[1960-1961].- New trends in italian art. Nuove tendenze dell'arte italiana.- Ciphers, juin - sept 1960.- From space to perception, nov. 1960 - fev. 1961.- The quest and the quarry, mai- sept 1961. New trends in italian art. Nuove tendenze dell'arte italiana.- Ciphers, juin - sept 1960.- From space to perception, nov. 1960 - fev. 1961.- The quest and the quarry, mai- sept 1961. Rome, Rome-New York art foundation, Inc, 1960 et 1961. ; 1. Ed.
Rare reunion des catalogues d'expositions majeures de la galerie.- Edition originale. a). New trends in italian art / nuove tendenze dell'arte italiana [Lionel Venturi, Nello Ponente] : Accardi, Afro, Assetto, Barisani, Bendini, Birolli, Boille, Buggiani, Cagli, Calo', Capogrossi, Cascella, Casotti, Cassinari, Consagra, Conte, Corpora, Crippa, dal Monte, Dasi, Donega, D'Orlandi, Fioroni, Fumagalli, Garelli, Gregori, Guerrini, La Regina, Lazzari, Lillp, Magnelli, Manca, Mannucci, Manuelli, Marignoli, Marotta, Melecchi, Minguzzi, Mirko, Moreni, Morlotti, Parisot, Petrucci, Pomodoro, Porcheddu, Reggiani, Ricci, Rotella, Sadun, Sanfilippo, Santomaso, Savelli, Scordia, Spazzapan, Tulli, Vedova.- b). Ciphers [John L. Brown] : Etienne-Martin, Lee Mullican, Louise Nevelson.- c). From space to perception / Dallo spazio alla percezione [Michel Tapie] : Falkenstein, Morris Louis, I Rice Pereira, Erwin Rehmann.- d) The quest and the quarry [Herbert Read] : Hedda Sterne, Tadashi Sato, Jean Ipousteguy, Jean-Jacques Lauquin, Leong, Alan Davie, N.H. Stubbing, Tumarkin, Koenig, Luigi Parzini, Quinto Ghermandi, Margherita Russo, Morris Graves, Eugenio Carmi, Hayman Chaffey, Rollin Crampton, John Opper, Robert Birmelin, Beverly Pepper, Edward Corbett, Sven Lukin, Gene Charlton, Ruth Francken, Charles Seliger, Alexander Martin, Hiroshi Santo, Dorothy Dehner, Genichiro Inokuma, Hubert Dalwood, Gwyther Irwin, Louis Le Brocquy, Austin Cooper, Sergio Romiti.- c). From space to perception / Dallo spazio alla percezione [Michel Tapie] : Falkenstein, Morris Louis, I Rice Pereira, Erwin Rehmann.
4 vol, Broches.
[SW: Arts (19e - 20e s.)]
Tapie, Michel, [ Michel Tapie ]: Manifeste Indirect dans un Temps Autre, Torino, Italy: Edizioni D'Arte Fratelli Pozzo Torino, 1961
International Center of Aesthetic Research No. 2,pictorial wrappers 28.5 x 30 cm.; sewn bound; black-and-white; edition size unknown; unsigned and unnumbered; offset-printed Manifesto by Michecl Tapie. Artists included in the illustration of the manifesto include Lucio Fontana, Insho, Antoni Tapies, Budd, Damian, Tanaka, Giuseppe Capogrossi, Serpan, Falkenstein, Shigeru Onishi, Boille, Carla Accardi, Arai, Assetto, Teshigahara, Lauquin, Laganne, and Alfonso Ossorio. Text by Michel Tapie. Texts in French. unpaginated Good. Wear and rubbing of cover edges. Contents clean and unmarked.