le surréalisme: Entretiens dirigés par Ferdinand Alquié (Fr.)

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Paris. Mouton & Co. 1968. Nouvelle Série 8. Softcover. Book Condition: Near Fine, shelf wear and signs of use to exterior over time. 568pp. (ill. in b/w).

With photographs and reproductions ft. André Breton, Wolfgang Paalen, Toyen, and others.
Cover: Wilfredo Lam, “Alice, sirène d’étoile (ou de rêve)” (1940)

Collection of interviews on Surrealism conducted from the 10 to the 18 of July in 1966, under the direction of Ferdinand Alquié, French philosopher and professor at University of Montpellier and Sorbonne. Features Stanley S. Collier, Henri Ginet, Annie Le Brun, Gérard Legrand, and others in thoughtful discussions on the implications of Surrealist thought and practice on ideas of language and communication, the trajectory of art history, and in the context of a cultural and critical community.

[English title: “Surrealism: surrealism: Interviews led by Ferdinand Alquié”]
Text in French.

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