Robho #5-6

this issue themed “Quelques Aspects de l’Art Bourgeois.” Fantastic layout, with varying typography and purple-tint photos throughout, and featuring various manifestos and tracts, and profuse illustrations of avant-garde art both in Europe and abroad. Included in this issue are special features on Lygia Clark, F.E. Walther, Helio Oiticica, David Medalla, and Vantongerloo; coverage of Arte Povera, conceptual art, revolutionary street theater and Fluxus-related performances; an extended piece entitled “War on MOMA”; art notices; a special feature on Japan’s Gutai group; and views of work by Richard Long, Jan Dibbetts, Meta Art, Joseph Beuys, On Kawara, Daniel Buren, Allen Ruppersberg, Julien Blaine, Lygia Pape, Victor Lucena, Ruben Gerchmann, James Collins, Jochen Gerz, and Franco Vaccari, among others.

pp. 60; staple binding. Publisher: Robho, Paris, 1971.

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this issue themed “Quelques Aspects de l’Art Bourgeois.” Fantastic layout, with varying typography and purple-tint photos throughout, and featuring various manifestos and tracts, and profuse illustrations of avant-garde art both in Europe and abroad. Included in this issue are special features on Lygia Clark, F.E. Walther, Helio Oiticica, David Medalla, and Vantongerloo; coverage of Arte Povera, conceptual art, revolutionary street theater and Fluxus-related performances; an extended piece entitled “War on MOMA”; art notices; a special feature on Japan’s Gutai group; and views of work by Richard Long, Jan Dibbetts, Meta Art, Joseph Beuys, On Kawara, Daniel Buren, Allen Ruppersberg, Julien Blaine, Lygia Pape, Victor Lucena, Ruben Gerchmann, James Collins, Jochen Gerz, and Franco Vaccari, among others.