Filed under book | Tags: · lettrism, literary criticism, literature, poetry
This is the first anthology of Lettrist poetry, with a lengthy historical essay by Jean-Paul Curtay and a selection of Lettrist documents.
Works by Isidore Isou, Gabriel Pomerand, Maurice Lemaître, Roland Sabatier, Alain Satié, Micheline Hachette, Jacqueline Tarkieltaub, François Poyet, Jean-Pierre Gillard, Jean-Paul Curtay, Françoise Canal, Gérard-Philippe Broutin, Patrick Poulain, Antoine Grimaud, Pierre Jouvet, Janie Van Den Driessche, Florence Villers, Sylvie Fauconnier, Jacqueline Panhelleux, Catherine Caron, Mona Fillières, and Sandra Scarnati.
Publisher Seghers, Paris, 1974
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Filed under book | Tags: · history of literature, poetry, sound, sound art, sound poetry, visual poetry
“This is a (now) historical appraisal of Poésie sonore (Sound Poetry) by Henri Chopin, a central figure in the art form. The sonic qualities of voice and abstract sound was celebrated where poets from across the globe contributed to this phenomenal shift from the purely literal expression of text and voice. Chopin references key artists in the movement, significant works and examples of what were also often visually arresting artworks where wit, design and seriality are evident in typewriter art, collage, text art.”
The book is in French with the exception of the Introduction which is translated into English and the English section ‘A History of Recorded Sound’ (pp 13-40).
With an Introduction by William Burroughs
Publisher J.-M. Place, Paris, 1979
Trajectoires series, 1
ISBN 2858930325, 9782858930326
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Filed under catalogue | Tags: · art, concrete poetry, painting, poetry, visual poetry
The catalogue for Between Poetry and Painting, an exhibition that was curated by Jasia Reichardt and held at the Institute of Contemporary Arts, London, from 22 October 1965 to 27 November 1965. The purview is work at the confluence of poetry and painting, with a particular emphasis on visual poetry and adjacent forms.
Exhibiting artists include: Pierre Albert-Birot, Nanni Balestrini, Thomas Bayrle/Bernhard Jäger, Claus Bremer, Henri Chopin, Bob Cobbing, Kenelm Cox, Klaus-Peter Dienst, Rolf-Gunter Dienst, Reinhard Döhl, Tom Edmonds, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Barry Flanagan, John Furnival, Heinz Gappmayr, Pierre Garnier, PA Gette, Eugen Gomringer, Raoul Hausmann, Bernard Heidsieck, Joseph Hirsal, Dom Sylvester Houédard, Ernst Jandl, Thomas Kabdebo, Jiří Kolář, Ferdinand Kriwet, John Latham, Roberto Altmann, Isidore Isou, Maurice Lemaître, Gio Minola, Roland Sabatier, Jacques Spacagna, Hansjörg Mayer, Franz Mon, Edwin Morgan, Ronaldo Azeredo, Augusto de Campos, Haroldo de Campos, Décio Pignatari, Pedro Xisto, Ladislav Novák, Antonio Porta/Romano Ragazzi, Josua Reichert, Dieter Rot, Gerhard Rühm, John Sharkey and Hans Staudacher.
Edited by Jasia Reichardt
Publisher Institute of Contemporary Arts, London, 1965
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