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A Collection of Books, Serial Publications - Inismo - 1990. 
Np, nd. Offered is a collection of 64 exhibition catalogs, zines, and serial publications relating to the Inismo movement. 1. Londei, Danielle. L'Inismo. Bologna: Associazione Culturale Italo-Francese / Alliance Francaise, 1990. First edition. Square 8vo,  pp, saddle-stapled wraps. Illustrated with full page plates, three of which are in color. Prefatory text in Italian by Londei. The catalog for the 1990 exhibition, which illustrates works by Gabriele-Aldo Bertozzi, Laura Aga-Rossi, Kiki Franceschi, Andrea Chiarantini, Angelo Merante, Furio de Mattia, Giorgio Mattioli, Albert Dupont, Franvois Proia, Francoise Canal, and Gaetano Marino. Very good with some light creasing and a paper clip indent to cover. 2. Proia, Francois & Gabriele-Aldo Bertozzi, eds. Inismo 1980-1990. Rome: Galleria Il Quadrato di Idea, 1990. First edition. 8vo, bound in pictorial boards. Profusely illustrated with color plates. With texts by Bertozzi, presented in the original Italian and English translation. The catalogue for the exhibition held in conjunction wih the Sede del I Festival Internazionale delle Scuole di Cinema. Includes color reproductions of works by Albert Dupont, Laura Aga-Rossi, Angelo Merante, Kiki Franceschi, Andrea Chiaranti, Giorgio Mattioli, Furio de Mattia, Francoise Canal, Iniero Garesti, Giovanni Agresti, Francois Proia, Krister Follin, Gaetano Marino, and Lisiak-Land Diaz. A key Inismo catalog, but rare, with OCLC locating no holdings. 3. 17. Aga-Rossi, Laura. Qu'est-ce que l'Internationale novatrice infinitÃ©simale. Paris and Firenze: CICK : Centre international crÃ©ation kladologique / Edizioni Techne, 1981. First edition. 8vo, 48 pp, bound in printed French wraps. Texts in English, Cyrillic, and French. One of 600 numbered copies. Illustrated with b/w reproductions. A very early and important Inist text, outlining the foundations of the movement and positioning it in relation to Lettrisme. Near fine with a light bump to the head of spine. OCLC locates only two holdings. 2. Gasbarrini, Antonio and Francois ProÃ¯a. INIsmo : dell'avanguardia il fonema. L'Aquila: Angelus Novus Edizioni, 1992. First edition. 4to, ,  pp, wraps. Text in Italian. Consists largely of full page b/w plates. Near fine. OCLC locates only two holdings. 3. Serna, Angela, ed. Texturas No. 4. Vitoria, Spain: Texturas, 1994. First edition. 4to, 140 pp, printed on various types of paper stock, one of which is die-cut, and perfect bound in wraps. Single issue of this impressive artists' periodical devoted to "Nuevas Dimensiones del Texto y de la Imagen". This issue is notable for a hefty section devoted to Marcel Duchamp, as well as a section of Inismo work. Near fine with some faint bumping at head and foot of spine. 4. Merante, Angelo. Gabriele-Aldo Bertozzi. Angelo Merante: Dall'infinito per l'Infinito. Roma: Angelus Novus Edizioni, 1999. First edition. 4to,  pp, saddle-stapled wraps. Illustrated with full page color plates. Foreward in Italian by Bertozzi. The catalog for the 1999 exhibition. Very good with some moderate creasing to wraps. 5. [2 copies] Inismo. INI USA portfolio. Portland, Ore.: Regione Abruzzo. Roughly 8.25 x 11 3/4" portfolio with printed cover and die-cut windows containing 12 sheets and a multiple consisting of two page-size sheets of silkscreened bubble-wrappers. Text in Italian and English. Cover sheet printed in color. Bubble-wrap is silkscreened with the word "INI" in red. Contributors include Albert Dupont, Iniero Garesto, Eugenio Gianni, Eva Lake, Paul Lambert, Lex Loeb, Casi Massingill, Giorgio Mattioli, Angelo Merante, Francois Proia, Antonino Russo, Giulio Tamburrini, Antoinette Valenti, Opera colletiva (G.-A. Bertozzi, F. De Mattia, I. Garesto, G. Marino, A. Merante, F. Proia).. Portfolio folder has heavy creasing, with tearing to tips and corners of windows, else very good.  (2 copies)6. Bertozzi, Gabriele-Aldo. Giorgio Mattioli & l'Inismo. Roma: Saluzzo 32, 1991. First edition. Small 4to, 19 pp, saddle-stapled wraps. Text in Italian. Fine. 7. [2 copies] Gasbarrini, Antonio. I.N.I. Avant-Garde. Kemi, Finland: Kemin taidemuseo, 1994. First edition. 4to, saddle-stapled wraps. Illustrated with b/w plates. The catalogue for this Inismo exhibition in Finland, curated by Gasbarrini; text in Finnish and English. Fine. 8. [2 copies] Ferrua, Pietro. Ini Art USA: Individual Expressions within the International Group. Portland, Ore.: Avant-Garde Publishers, 1996. First edition. 4to, 172 pp, bound in 3-ring binder with title pastedown (here detached but present and laid in). Survey of the work of the American chapter of INISMO, including biographical info and work by 8 artists, including Portland's own Paul Lambert, as well as Alva Bradford, Robert Ferry, Bill Griffin, Eva Lake, Lex Loeb, Casi Massingill,and Fred Rogers. It also contains a manifesto. Very scarce; OCLC locates only one holding. 9. Aga-Rossi, Laura. Sekondo Kawaderno Ini. Roma: Nova Editrice, 1984. First edition. 8vo, 60 pp, printed in green ink and bound in printed wraps, with an unprinted glassine dust jacket. Text in Italian. Early Inismo compilation, with work by Angelo Merante, Giorgio Mattioli, Pietro Ferrua, and Moreno Marchi. Very good with some bumping to tips; glassine jacket good only with some loss and tearing. 10. Bertozzi, Gabriele-Aldo. Che Cos'e Il Libroggetto. Chieti: Vecchio Faggio, 1989. First edition. 8vo, 76 pp, bound in card wraps and a photographically illustrated dust jacket; text in Italian. Profusely illustrated with b/w photographs. OCLC locates only one holding. Very good with the faintest, almost imperceptible trace of rippling to upper tip only. 11. Mattioli, Giorgio. AIUOE: Opera Teatrale. Arce: Asso Edizioni, 1994. First edition. 8vo, 111 pp, French fold wraps. Text in Italian. Illustrated with b/w reproductions. Fine. OCLC locates only a single holding. 12.` Bertozzi, Gabriele-Aldo. La Senora Proteo / Madame Protee. Spain: Ediciones Art Teatral, 2001. ISBN: 8493106828. 8vo, 126 pp, French wraps. Prints texts of the play, here translated from the original Italian into Spanish and French. Fine. 13. Inismo. Inia Kelma: Taller Andaluz de PoesÃa Inista. Cordoba: Inia Kelma, c. 1993-94. Five issues, each saddle-stapled in wraps. Nos. 2, 3, 5, and two unnumbered issues, perhaps consecutive, and perhaps all published. An Inist artists' periodical published from Spain featuring visual poetry. With contributions from Allula Abdelkader, Isabel Aida, Jorge Barreto, M. Luz Bermejo, Manuel Bermudez, Julio Carreras, Cesar Figueiredo, Ibirico, Juan Lopez de Ael, Prior Molero, Antonio Orihuela, Juan Orozco Ocana, Jean-Francois Robic, Jabier Herrero, Mikel Campo, Laura Aga-Rossi, M. Valdivia, Molero Prior, G. A. Bertozzi, Pedro Gonalves, Clemente Padin, Feijo et al. OCLC locates single holdings of three issues, and records no later issues. 14. [2 copies] Ferrua, Pietro. Cinema Ini. np: Nove Editrice, 1984. First edition. 8vo, saddle stapled wraps. Text in Italian. Scripts and materials relating to Inismo filmworks. Bumping to tips, some wear to wraps, very good. 15. OcaÃ±a, Juan Orozco. I.N.I. signo. Sevilla: Nueva Montellano, nd. 8vo,  pp. [incl. covers], offset printed and saddle-stapled into wraps printed in red. Artists' book from the Spanish Inist. Fine. 16. de Lozar, Ricardo. Ricardo De Lozar. Madrid: Galeria del ARte, 1992. First edition. 8vo,  pp, saddle-stapled wraps. Text in Spanish. With a foreward by Antonio Morales. Illustrated with two color plates, in addition to the color reproductions on the front and back covers. The catalog for the 1992 exhibition. Fine. 17. Bertozzi, Gabriele-Aldo and Esteban Crespo. Qu-est-ce que l'Inisme? Interview de Esteban Crespo a Gabriele-Aldo Bertozzi. Paris: editions d l'Inisme Francais, . First edition. 12mo, 11 pp, cord-bound in wraps with a color pastedown plate to front panel. Fine. OCLC locates no holdings. 18. Inismo. Manifesti Ini Poetici. Campania: Comune di Frattaminore, 1984. First edition. Square 8vo,  pp, saddle-stapled wraps. Profusely illustrated with b/w plates. Anthology of Inismo poetry Published in conjunction with the 1984 festival, this includes work by Isidore Isou, Poyet, Sabatier, Satie, Bertozzi and many others. Scarce: OCLC locates only one holding, and none on these shores. 19. Grupo Inizil. Ini Vox 12: Revista de Prensa. Inistas En Italia. [Brazil]: Grupo Inizil, 1998. 8vo, eight leaves photocopied on rectos only and stapled once at the upper left hand corner. Text in various languages. This issue of the periodical devoted to Inistas in Italy. OCLC locates no holdings. See Perneczky. Fine. 20. Grupo Inizil. Ini Vox 11: Revista de Prensa. Inistas en Mexico. np: Grupo Inizil, 1998. 8vo, eight leaves photocopied on rectos only and stapled once at the upper left hand corner. This issue of the periodical devoted to Inismo in Mexico. OCLC locates no holdings. Fine. 21. Bertozzi, Gabriele-Aldo. Auschwitz Altatensione: Espocitzione Fotografica Inista. Citta del VAsto: Biblioteca Rossi, 1997. Single sheet folded twice, illustrated with color reproductions. Text in Italian. The catalog for the 1997 exhibition of the same name. Fine. 22. Grupo Inizil. Ini Vox 10: Revista de Prensa. El Inismo en Brasil. [Brazil]: Grupo Inizil, 1998. 8vo, eight leaves photocopied on rectos only and stapled once at the upper left hand corner. Text in various languages. This issue of the periodical devoted to Inistas in Italy. OCLC locates no holdings. See Perneczky. Fine. 23. Molero, Adelina & Diego Weyler, eds. Inic No. 1 [All Published?]. Cordoba: Inic, 1992. First edition. 8vo,  pp., saddle-stapled wraps. The first issue, and to the best of our knowledge the only issue published of this little magazine devoted to visual poetry associated with the Inismo movement. With contributions from the editors and Kaka de Lux, F. J. Molero Prior, M. L. Bermejo, Jose Luis Campal, N. Amaro, and Manuel Lara. OCLC locates only a single holding. Fine. 24. Bertozzi, Gabriele-Aldo. Info Ini No. 1. Madrid: Info Ini, 1994. 8vo, photocopied on rectos only and stapled once at the upper left hand corner.Text in Italian. The debut issue of the Inismo periodical, with text by Bertozzi. OCLC locates no holdings. Fine. 25. Fanzini: La Fabrica de los Signos. Revista de Poesia No. 1. Madrid: Fanzini, 1993. First edition. 8vo,  pp, saddle-stapled wraps. Debut issue, and perhaps the only issue published, of this zine devoted to Inismo related visual poetry. With contributions from Antonio Pielago, M. Bermejo, M. Pielago Barrado, guille, J. Herrero, M. Bermudez, Molero Prior, Aitor Oribe, Pielago Barrado, Alo Marquez, and Ibirico. OCLC locates only one holding. Near fine with some creasing to tips. 26. Ini Press Numbers 1, 3, 5, 6, 7, 9. Np: Ini Press, 1998-99. Six issues of the Inist periodical, each issue devoted to the movement in a different country. Near fine. 27. Prior, Molero et al. Bandalia No. 0. Cordoba, Espana: Bandalia, 1992. 8vo,  pp, saddle-stapled wraps. Artists' periodical connected with the Spanish I. N. I. movement, and printing concrete poetry and texts by Molero Prior, Diego Weyler, Eduardo O'Donnell, Nel Amaro, Guillermo Deisler, Gabriele-Aldo Bertozzi, J. L. Campbell, Marcelo Diotallevi, Miryan Bermejo, Ibirico, Adelina Justa M. et al. Fine. 28. Info Ini 17. Np: Info Ini, 1995. Special issue devoted to Inismo in America. 29. Inispania: Boletin de Noticias. Three unnumbered issues. To Which is Added: 17 miscellaneous uncatalogued zines and pamphlets.
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