Groupe de Recherche d'Art Visuel *

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Año de publicación: 1968
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Participation à la recherche d'un nouveau spectateur. Garcia-Rossi, Le Parc, Morellet, Sobrino, Stein, Yvaral. Katalog. Museum am Ostwall, Dortmund 1968. 4to. 90 S. mit zahlr. ganzseit. s/w Abb., brosch. - Hier Nr. 591 einer nicht beschriebenen Auflage. - Einband leicht berieben. Die Ausstellung kinetischer Kunst mit einem Einleitungstext von Eugen Thiemann: "Nachdem Schoeffer sozusagen im Alleingang das Panier der Errungenschaften von Moholy-Nagy am Bauhaus in der Zeit nach 1945 gegen die Ecole de Paris und eine wahre Flut von Informel und Tachismus hochgehalten hatte, hat die Groupe de Recherche die Herrschaft der Ecole tatsächlich beendet. Sie zwang Paris über den eigenen Schatten zu springen, und gewiß nicht zufällig kommen die meisten Mitglieder der Groupe aus Südamerika". Der Katalog bringt neben den Abschnitten zu den einzelnen Künstlern zu Beginn die Manifeste "Untersuchungszentrum für visuelle Kunst. Gründungsurkunde", "Stoppt die Kunst!", "Schluß mit den Mystifikationen !" und "Die gegenwärtige Situation der Kunst umformen! " in deutscher Sprache. N° de ref. de la librería

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Título: Groupe de Recherche d'Art Visuel *
Año de publicación: 1968
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Chroniques de l'Art Vivant - Aimé Maeght et Jean Clair - Exposition d'Osaka - Henry Galy-Carles sur Julio Gonzalez - Pierre Reverdy - Frank Popper - Marc Le Bot sur Cremonini - Gilbert Lascault - José Pierre sur Kienholz - Groupe de Recherche d'Art visuel - Adami - Chereau - Pierre Henry
Editorial: Maeght Editeur - Chroniques de l'Art Vivant (1970)
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Descripción Maeght Editeur - Chroniques de l'Art Vivant, 1970. très nombreuses illustrations en noir et blanc 1ere édition Book Condition, Etat : Bon broché, sous couverture imprimée éditeur, illustrée d'une photographie de l'exposition d'Osaka, structure noire et jaune grand In-4 1 vol. - 32 pages Contents, Chapitres : Exposition d'Osaka, mars à septembre 1970, Progrès dans l'harmonie de l'humanité - Le pavillon de France - Nombreux rires de Miro dans le pavillon du Gaz - Osaka, le symposium du fer - Art and technology - Henry Galy-Carles : Julio Gonzalez, l'homme du fer - A la rencontre de Pierre Reverdy - Frank Popper : Paris lumino-cinétique - Marc Le Bot : Analyse d'un tableau Colin-Maillard de Cremonini - Gilbert Lascault : La puissance du rêve, Little Nemo - José Pierre : Le scandale Kienholz (Edward Kienholz) - Les concepts tableaux - Le GRAV, autopsie d'un groupe (Groupe de Recherche d'Art visuel) - La culture à la neige - Une démarche d'Adami - Le Shakespeare de Chereau - Pierre Henry à l'Olympia (Apocalypse de Jean, musique contemporaine) 300. Nº de ref. de la librería CAV-9

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Philip Steadman (ed.), Stephen Bann; Frank Popper; Groupe Recherche d'art Visuel (La Parc, Garcia Rossi, Garcia Miranda, Stein, Yvaral, Sobrino and Morellet); Reg Gadney (contributors); featuring: Ian Hamilton Finlay; Pierre Garnier; Morellet; Hans-Walter Mueller; La Parc; Christian Sidenius; Sobrino; Stein; Garcia Rossi; Yvaral
Editorial: Ian Duncan Ltd., London (1966)
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William Allen Word & Image
(London, Reino Unido)
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Descripción Ian Duncan Ltd., London, 1966. Estado de conservación: Fine. Book. 265 x 210 mm, 36 pp. in printed stapled wraps. Winter/Spring 1986. Front cover image in colour, contents illustrated with both colour and b/w images. Three issues of Image (usually a 'careers' magazine for young graduates) were effectively taken over by important Cambridge academics of the day, all with a specific interest in concrete poetry and kinetic art: Philip Steadman, Stephen Bann and Reg Gadney. The issues of Image dedicated to kinetic and concrete poetry were particularly noteworthy for their commitment to translation and reprinting 'lost' texts, an imaginative use of layout and photography, and enlightening academic essays on their given subjects. Symbiotic of its artistic agenda, this issue brings together a comprehensive, edited selection of the writings of the Groupe Recherche d'art Visuel (Paris, 1960-65) - many of which had hitherto never been published in translation, and the majority of which were first published in ephemeral catalogues or leaflets. Edited and translated by Stephen Bann and Reg Gadney, their introduction to the manifesto-texts of the Groupe Recherche d'art Visuel reads: 'These writings are not a prescription for kinetic art, nor are they sufficient to define the position of the GRAV on the modern scene. They are the product of a radical reappraisal of the relationship between artist, work and spectator and as such they have a unique interest.' From 1960 is a text declaring the aims of the GRAV, entitled 'Act of Foundation'; from 1961: a statement made by GRAV on the occasion of an exhibition of kinetic art at the Museum of Modern Art in Stockholm ('We prefer to consider the artistic phenomenon as an exclusively visual experience on the level of physiology rather than of emotion'); from September 1961: a secondary manifesto entitled 'Enough of Mystification', from 1962: extracts from 'Individual Declarations' by the artists of GRAV; from 1962/3: an extract from a text by Le Parc, entitled 'On the Subject of Art-Spectacle', and a text distributed for the opening of the 3rd Paris Biennale in October 1963; also from 1963, a text entitled ''Instability'-The Labyrith' and a talk by Le Parc at Rimini Congress. A series of questionnaires, from Bann, Gadney and Ohio University, conducted in 1965 (and translated by Annette Kobak), is also included. This issue also features an essay by the art historian and Image contributing editor, Stephen Bann, entitled 'Kinetic Art and Poetry' (a particular attention is given to Ian Hamilton Finlay's kinetic poetry); together with a text by Frank Popper entitled 'Mueller's Machine 'M'', examining the work by Hans-Walter Mueller Machine M, that was shown at the Fourth Biennale of Paris, as well as photographs of Edina Ronay, young actress-daughter of Hungarian gourmet, Egon Ronay. Nº de ref. de la librería 001217

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Groupe de Recherche d'Art Visuel (Garcia Rossi; Le Parc; Morellet; Sobrino; Stein and Yvaral
Editorial: Published by the artists, Paris (1961)
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Descripción Published by the artists, Paris, 1961. Estado de conservación: Very Good. Book. 277 x 217 mm, b&w printed sheet with original manifesto text (in French) from GRAV, Paris, September 1961, distributed and exhibited at the 2nd Paris Biennale. This text along with others from GRAV, was translated in the Winter/Spring 1966 issue of 'IMAGE' (ed. by Philip Steadman): 'Affirms: 1. That young painters from many countries have new preoccupations, other than those which can be seen at the Biennale. 2. That the notion of the uniquely inspired artist is an anachronism.' and the group continues: 'Proposes: The complete elimination of the intrinsic values of stable and recognisable forms whether they be: Form idealising nature (classical art) / Form representing nature (naturalistic art) / Form synthesising nature (cubist art) / Geometric form (abstract, constructivist art). Condition: general handling marks and diagonal brown flecks as if a rust stain, slight crumpling to corners and crease to bottom left hand corner. 6 mm closed tear to bottom edge. No writing. VG. Nº de ref. de la librería 001689

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