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BAL TRAVESTI TRANSMENTAL

Natalia Gontcharova, Tristan TZARA, Vincent HUIDOBRO, Vladimir MAYAKOVSKI, Pablo PICASSO, et al.

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Paris, 1925. Organisé par l'Union des Artistes Russes au profit de la caisse de secours des artistes.P., Union des Artistes Russes. Typographie de Bernouard. Un volume agrafé au format 255X330mm. Edition originale du programme du Bal travesti transmental. poèmes de tzara, Huidobro, Soupault, Reverdy, Mayakowski, etc… illustrations de Juzn Gris, Derain, Natalia Goncharova et Picasso. Sans la très rare couverture imprimée en bleu comme la plupart des exemplaires. Dos fendu. Photos supplémentaires sur demande. (artistes russes à Paris, russian avant garde). N° de ref. de la librería

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Editorial: Paris (1925)
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Descripción Paris, 1925. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: Good. n/a. Please feel free to request a detailed description. Short description (computer translated from Russian into English): 1 l., Ill. 22 x 275 cm. Making posters - Mikhail Larionov. Text the French in. in good condition, neat restoration small tears the edges. Predstavlyaet collection value. Natalia Goncharova and Mikhail Larionov participated in organization the lesser extent four charitable balls in Paris in 1920-e years., and it Grand ? des Artistes or Grand ? Travesti Transmental (23 February 1923), ? Banal (14 March 1924), ? Olimpique, Vrai Val Sportif (11 July 1924) and Grand Ourse ? (8 May 1925). From all them Grand ? des Artistes was conceived with the scale and, as pointed in accompanying snyata.O, should was become rather «Foire de Nuit», than «? de Nuit». in program were zayavleny four dance troupe, in two bars submitted «pommes frites anglaises et cocktails», and dances supplemented various of hjeppeningami. Grand ? was philanthropic akciej in support Union Russian artists, which combines many Russian immigrants - artists and critics, such, as Victor Bart, Sonia Delaunay, Serge Romani, Leopold Sjurvazh and Ilya Zdanevich. organizing the led Committee, in which included Goncharova and Larionov. They same issued much of advertising-accompanying material for Bala, including program, flyer, ticket (Larionov) and large poster (Goncharova). SKUlf_270717_233 Language: Russian (unless indicated otherwise by the description). Nº de ref. de la librería lf_270717_233

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Bal travesti transmental.
Editorial: Paris (1923)
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Descripción Paris, 1923. 4° (33 x 25,5 cm). 8 Bll. m. 4 ganzseitigen Illustrationen u. 1 montierten Abbildung. Illustrierter Orig.-Karton. Erste Ausgabe.- Typographisch (von Francois Bernouard) und illustratorisch avantgardistisch gestaltetes Programmheft zum "Grand bal des artistes travesti transmental", der am 23. Februar 1923 in der Salle Bullier stattfand und damit dem Bal Banal (1924), dem Bal Olympique (1924) und dem Bal de la Grande Ourse (1925) vorausging. Mit lithographischen Illustrationen von Juan Gris, Picasso (hier ohne das Pochoirkolorit), Gontcharova u.a. sowie Textbeiträgen (als Faksimile und Typoskript) von Gómez de la Serna, Tzara, Larionov, Foujita, Marcel Mihalovici u.a.- Rückenfalz eingerissen, leicht gebräunt u. minimal angerändert, in den Rändern teilweise leicht angestaubt, gering fleckig, teils durch Abklatsch der Druckerschwärze. Nº de ref. de la librería 78655

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PICASSO, Pablo.)
Editorial: Salle Bullier, Paris: L'Union des Artistes Russ, February 23, 1923 (1923)
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Descripción Salle Bullier, Paris: L'Union des Artistes Russ, February 23, 1923, 1923. Folio. Original tan wrappers printed in blue. Wrappers tanned, chipped, creased, and separated from contents, dark spots to upper wrapper, creasing to corners of contents. Very good condition. Tipped-in plate and illustrations throughout. The rare programme for the Grand Bal des Artistes, "a philanthropic venture for the Union des Artistes Russes, a society that brought together many of the Russian émigré painters and critics such as Victor Bart, Sonia Delauney, Serge Romoff, Léopold Survage, and Zdanevich. Goncharova and Larionov designed much of the publicity material including the programe, the flyer, and the ticket They also invited Russian and French colleagues including Bart, Albert Gleizes, Juan Gris, Ferdinand Léger, Pablo Picasso, and Survage – to sponsor and design forty loges which were then sold in aid of the Union" (Bowlt, Faces Painted with Fanciful Patterns, in USSR 5/6). The programme itself includes two illustrations by Picasso, as well as images by Gris, Derain, and Gontcharova, and facsimile poems by numerous authors. The Union organised a number of artists' balls in the early 1920s, but this was by far "the most ambitious The program included four dance bands and two bars serving 'pommes frites anglaise et cocktails' and the dancing was supplemented by all kinds of happenings" (Bowlt). A fantastic and ephemeral publication. Nº de ref. de la librería 79456

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