Bound by: Christine Giard

7 poèmes

Roubaix: Edition Brandes, 1989. Signed limited edition. Hardcover. Fine.


Original etching by Michel Mousseau. Copy 30/60. Signed by Mousseau on the etching. Pierre Albert-Birot (1876 – 1967) was a French poet, sculptor, painter, typographer, and playwright. He was deeply involved in the avant-garde world, founding a magazine called SIC which stands for Sons Idées Couleurs (Sounds Ideas Colors). In it he published the work of many Futurist, Dadaist, and Surrealist writers. Michel Mousseau is a French artist who works in many media, including etching. This is one of many artists’ books in which he has participated since 1984. Cream box calf, blind-tooled, titled in beige foil. Spine onlays of beige, cream, and dark brown box calf. Japanese paper endpapers and leather hinges. Slipcase. Bound by Christine Giard. 17cm x 25.5 cm.