Insolations 1-3 [Complete]. Bernard Dufour, coordinators Bruno Roy.
Insolations 1-3 [Complete].
Insolations 1-3 [Complete].
Insolations 1-3 [Complete].
Insolations 1-3 [Complete].
Insolations 1-3 [Complete].
Insolations 1-3 [Complete].
Insolations 1-3 [Complete].
Insolations 1-3 [Complete].
Insolations 1-3 [Complete].
Insolations 1-3 [Complete].
Insolations 1-3 [Complete].
Insolations 1-3 [Complete].
Insolations 1-3 [Complete].
Insolations 1-3 [Complete].
Insolations 1-3 [Complete].
Insolations 1-3 [Complete].
Insolations 1-3 [Complete].
Insolations 1-3 [Complete].

Insolations 1-3 [Complete].

Montpelier: Fata Morgana, 1968. First edition. 4to, each issue consisting of loose leaves of paper printed by a heliographic process, laid into paper-covered boards with tie enclosures and title pastedowns. Each volume also bears its own title, respectively "Tourmente," "Sorbonne." and "Le seul mot de liberté est tout ce qui m exalte encore." The first number limited to 130 copies, and both subsequent numbers limited to 200 copies. Each issue numbered and signed by all contributors at the colophon sheet. With the prospectus for all three numbers laid into the first 2 volumes.

All issues published of one of the most unusual and beautiful protest periodicals of the late 1960's, edited collectively and printed entirely by a heliographic process, in which contributions were printed by the sun over contributions made by tracing paper. The connections made here between a natural, non-industrial printing process, the sun as a symbol of liberty, and the protests of 1968 are indelible.

With contributions across the issues from Michel Butor, Pierre Alechinsky, Bernard Dufour, Jacques Herold, Jean Pierre Faye, Claude Ollier, Maurice Roche, Matta, Pierre Guyotat, Denis Roche, Romain Weingarten, Kateb Yacine, Ipousteguy, Wilfredo Lam and Francois Lunven.

Some expected toning given the light sensitive paper used, with occasional rubbing to the edges of some leaves, and a small stain to the cover of the second number, else a fine set. Rare complete. Item #29845