L'Art Brut Magazine, nos. 1-8 ed. by Jean Dubuffet & le Compagnie de l'Art Brut (French)
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French magazine from the 1960's published by "la Compagnie de l'Art Brut," a movement founded in 1948 driven by Dubuffet as a platform for the exhibition, collection, and consideration of Art Brut. Their periodical publication here features intersectional, anti-genre essays, monographs, and collaborations that exhibit the collective's purpose: to showcase work by and for those artists without overwrought intellectual backgrounds, "qui l'invention s'exerce [...] sans qu'aucune incidence en vienne altérer la spontanéitié" ("in whom the invention operates [...] without any incidence altering the spontaneity").
- 6 issues, themed and ft. selected artists, conceptual projects, essays, and both colour & b/w reproductions w. bibliographic information
- 2 monographs: No. 2 of Adolf Wölfli & No. 7, of Alöise; w. accompanying essays and catalogue index
Text in French.