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L’Humidité. Nos. 1 - 25. [All Published]. Arnhem / Tarente / Paris. 1970 - 1978. In-4°. 25 issues in 24 volumes (double number 14/15). Black and white illustrations. Complete with the two inserts in issue 8 (Bernard Heidsieck floppy disc & Ben Vautier envelope, contents different in each copy) and the insert by Herve Fischer in no.21. Publisher's wrappers, stapled. Complete set of this international periodical devoted primarily to concrete poetry. Founded in 1970 by the poet Jean-François Bory, the magazine L’Humidité alternates between thematic and monographic issues: n°2 Spécial manifestes futuristes; n°3 Le corps dans l’espace; n°4 Ben; n°5 Manfred Mohr; n°6 Italie dernière mesure; n°7 Art par correspondance, Biennale 1971; n°8 revue italienne en langue française; n°9 Italie été 72; n°10 Agullo; n°11 Journiac; n°12 Silbermann; n°13 Bertini; n°14/15 Littératures; n°16 A. F. Delmarle peintre futuriste; n°17 Nave; n°18 Bory; n°19 Plessi; n°21 Hervé Fischer; n°22 Spécial Arman; n°23 Arts plastiques littératures, notes; n°24 Encore/La création féminine; n°25 La bibliothèque; n°26 Poeti visivi. But this rather traditional magazine structure summary is shaken by the printed layout: huge collage-montages of manifestos, letters and words of artists, event announcements, interviews, photos, notes, quotes, and drawings. Several of the numbers are present in their deluxe issue: No. 23 - one of 15 numbered copies with an original signed print by Michel Balducchi; No.24 - one of 15 numbered copies with an original signed lithograph by Irene Schwartz; No.25 - one of only 2 copies with an original drawing on sandpaper by Jean-François Bory, signed on verso (numbered 1/7 because the original plan was to issue 7 deluxe examples, however this was reduced to 2 by Bory); No.12 is signed and numbered by the artist Jean-Claude Silbermann (edition of 30), however it lacks the signed lithograph.Lit.: Le Fonds Paul Destribats, 760 & 953; Gwen Allen, p. 265. Description NLL’Humidité. Nos. 1 - 25. [All Published]. Arnhem / Tarente / Paris. 1970 - 1978. In-4°. 25 issues in 24 volumes (double number 14/15). Black and white illustrations. Complete with the two inserts in issue 8 (Bernard Heidsieck floppy disc & Ben Vautier envelope, contents different in each copy) and the insert by Herve Fischer in no.21. Publisher's wrappers, stapled. Complete set of this international periodical devoted primarily to concrete poetry. Founded in 1970 by the poet Jean-François Bory, the magazine L’Humidité alternates between thematic and monographic issues: n°2 Spécial manifestes futuristes; n°3 Le corps dans l’espace; n°4 Ben; n°5 Manfred Mohr; n°6 Italie dernière mesure; n°7 Art par correspondance, Biennale 1971; n°8 revue italienne en langue française; n°9 Italie été 72; n°10 Agullo; n°11 Journiac; n°12 Silbermann; n°13 Bertini; n°14/15 Littératures; n°16 A. F. Delmarle peintre futuriste; n°17 Nave; n°18 Bory; n°19 Plessi; n°21 Hervé Fischer; n°22 Spécial Arman; n°23 Arts plastiques littératures, notes; n°24 Encore/La création féminine; n°25 La bibliothèque; n°26 Poeti visivi. But this rather traditional magazine structure summary is shaken by the printed layout: huge collage-montages of manifestos, letters and words of artists, event announcements, interviews, photos, notes, quotes, and drawings. Several of the numbers are present in their deluxe issue: No. 23 - one of 15 numbered copies with an original signed print by Michel Balducchi; No.24 - one of 15 numbered copies with an original signed lithograph by Irene Schwartz; No.25 - one of only 2 copies with an original drawing on sandpaper by Jean-François Bory, signed on verso (numbered 1/7 because the original plan was to issue 7 deluxe examples, however this was reduced to 2 by Bory); No.12 is signed and numbered by the artist Jean-Claude Silbermann (edition of 30), however it lacks the signed lithograph.

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