Perceptismo. Teórico y Polémico. No. 1 (October 1950) to 6 (January 1953). Raúl Lozza.
Perceptismo. Teórico y Polémico. No. 1 (October 1950) to 6 (January 1953).
Perceptismo. Teórico y Polémico. No. 1 (October 1950) to 6 (January 1953).
Perceptismo. Teórico y Polémico. No. 1 (October 1950) to 6 (January 1953).
Perceptismo. Teórico y Polémico. No. 1 (October 1950) to 6 (January 1953).
Perceptismo. Teórico y Polémico. No. 1 (October 1950) to 6 (January 1953).
Perceptism

Perceptismo. Teórico y Polémico. No. 1 (October 1950) to 6 (January 1953).

Buenos Aires (Cangallo): (Talleres “Optimus”), 1950–1953. Six original issues (of seven). No. 12. title page printed in orange and black. All issues with 8 unnumbered pages, except no. 6., that with 12 pages. All in fine condition, unfolded, except no. 2. which is folded, worn and sunned, tears at folding, no effect on legibility.

The first six issues of the official organ of the “Perceptismo” movement. The last, seventh number is unobtainable.

Articles, manifestos and statements by the founding members Raúl Lozza, Rembrandt Van Dick Lozza and the art critic Abraham Haber. Illustrated with reproductions of photographic documentation of the perceptivist exhibitions and events and works of Calder, Mondrian, Moholy-Nagy, Juan Gris, Max Bill, Paul Klee, Kandinsky and Le Corbusier among others.

Raúl Lozza was the founder of 'Perceptism', which proclaimed the idea of the unity of form and colour. The movement’s journal “Perceptismo” became the platform for Lozza's art-theoretical stance, and the movement's geometric works, and their relationship to the history of modern art.

WorldCat locates only one copy in institutional holding in North America. 

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Price: €2,500.00

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