Revue Integration. Revue pour la Nouvelle Conception de l'Art et de la Culture. No. 1 (January 1965) through No. 13/14 (October 1972) (all published).
Revue Integration. Revue pour la Nouvelle Conception de l'Art et de la Culture. No. 1 (January 1965) through No. 13/14 (October 1972) (all published).
Revue Integration. Revue pour la Nouvelle Conception de l'Art et de la Culture. No. 1 (January 1965) through No. 13/14 (October 1972) (all published).
Revue Integration. Revue pour la Nouvelle Conception de l'Art et de la Culture. No. 1 (January 1965) through No. 13/14 (October 1972) (all published).

Revue Integration. Revue pour la Nouvelle Conception de l'Art et de la Culture. No. 1 (January 1965) through No. 13/14 (October 1972) (all published).

A complete run of the ZERO art and culture limited-edition journal, under the editorial direction of Herman de Vries, with the goal of bringing together "poets, writers, cinematographers, plastic artists, composers, and philosophers in a unified manifestation of the spirit of these days", each issue containing published writings, poetry, and works of art, sometimes including formal and conceptual experimentation and actual physical objects affixed to the pages. Illustrated throughout. Some slight toning and dust-staining, some pages in issue 2/3 separated from internal staples but otherwise undamaged. 4to. Original cardstock wrpps., housed in three fitted archival cases. Arnhem, 1965-1971. Limited edition; each issue was published in only 300 to 350 copies.

de Vries founded Revue Integration as a continuation of his earlier journal, Revue Nul = 0. Revue Integration was meant to encompass a wide range of experimental art and poetry, with an international roster of collaborators and contributors, including Wybrand Ganzevoort, Hermann Goepfert, Mathias Goeritz, Christian Megert, Nanda Vigo, Peter Iden, Dietrich Sauerbier, Henri Chopin, Dieter Rot, Paul de Vree, Bernard Aubertin, Ad Dekkers, and many others. The first issue was published to coincide with the exhibition "Aktuell 65: Nouvelle Tendance - recherche continuele" at the Galerie Aktuell in Bern. The double issue 11/12 was published under the name "Formes Cubiques, Rapport d'une Recherche Fondamentale 1955-1970" and was put out by the architects Willem Graatsma and Jan Slothouber. (Allen, Artists' Magazines: An Alternative Space for Art, p. 266) Scarce institutionally; as of January 2018, WorldCat locates five holdings in North American institutions, not all of which are complete runs. Book ID: 49008

Price: $9,000.00