A complete run of 49 issues (including 2 unnumbered issues between nos. 38 and 39) of this panoramic documentation of the 1968 uprisings (issues ranging from 2 to 8 pp.), which covered events in the tumultuous year both in France and internationally with emphasis on happenings in Paris, including a wide range of articles, essays, reviews, etc., accompanied by a plethora of illustrations, including drawings, cartoons, caricatures, photographs, posters, etc. Nos. 4-20 and 23-41 large folio; nos. 1-3, 21-22, and 42-47 folio. Wrpps., all covers illustrated. Paris 1968-1969.
A wonderful and wide-ranging publication whose most striking feature may be the dramatic, graphically powerful and in some cases iconic images on the covers, many inspired by student posters from May 1968. Illustrations throughout and on the covers are by Wolinsky, Cardon, Michel Quoirez, Elie Kagan, Siné, Topor, et al. The serial was published under the editorial direction of Jean Pierre Vigier until no. 44; the final two were edited by Jean Schalit. Among the organizations represented are the Service des Comités d'Action, the Union Naionale des Etudiants de France, the Syndicat National de l'Enseignement Supèrieur, the Comités d'Action Lycéens, et al. Book ID: 47080