Deuxième internationale lettriste4 p.; 10.5 x 27 cm.; brown wrappers (kraft paper).

First and only publication of the short-lived Deuxième internationale lettriste, which was founded by Jean-Louis Brau, Gil Wolman and François Dufrêne as an offshot of Lettrisme. Includes short, signed texts by Brau (L’Asymptote toujours) and Wolman “(L’Art a posteriori”) and two unsigned texts (“Positions II” and “Eloge d’Isou”). The front wrapper includes the thumbprints of the authors.

See Frédéric Acquaviva (Ed.), Lettrist Corpus: The Complete Magazines (1946-2016), p. 117.

We locate a single OCLC copy at Yale’s Beinecke Library of this decidedly unusual publication.