Between Poetry and Painting.

Reichardt, Jasia, ed. 


Exhibition catalogue published in conjunction with a significant show held at the Institute of Contemporary Arts from 22nd October to 27th November 1965. Texts written by Jasia Reichardt. Artists in the exhibition included Henri Chopin, Bob Cobbing, Kenelm Cox, Ian Hamilton Finlay, John Furnival, Pierre Garnier, Eugen Gomringer, Raoul Hausmann, Bernard Heidsieck, Dom Sylvester Houedard, as well as the Lettriste Movement and Noigrandres Group, among many others. Includes b/w illustrations and biographies of each artist.

‘The work presented in this exhibition crosses the frontier between two quite clearly defined fields of creative activity — poetry and painting. There may be no single accurate definition of this hybrid form of expression — one thing is quite clear, nevertheless — visual poetry in its various forms constitutes the first international poetry movement.’ — From the first introduction’s paragraph, written by Jasia Reichardt.

London: Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA), 1965. First edition. Square 8vo (20.2 × 20.5 cm). Softcover. Texts in English. Plastic comb binding. Illustrated in black and red on wrappers. Offset litho printed in black throughout. Condition: Fine. Item ID: 1509.

Subjects:Concrete Poetry,20th Century,Art

Format:Exhibition Catalogues

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