Le Bulletin de la Jeune Peinture. No. 1 (June 1965) through No. 8 (October 1972) (all published).

A complete run in 8 issues of the irregularly published journal which was part leftist cultural magazine, part exhibition catalog, and part political manifesto, edited by Pierre Buraglio, Francis Biras, and Pierre Bouvier, touching on a wide range of issues and topics including contemporary art, societal critiques, political discourse, the police, socialism, the PNIF (Palestininan National and Islamic Forces, workers' rights, and the Chinese cultural revolution. A few scattered illustrations, most issues without illustration. Small 4to. Original illustrated saddle-stapled self-wrapps., housed loosely in a newer boards portfolio with fitted slipcase. Paris (La Jeune Peinture) 1965-1972.

Title of No. 1: Bulletin d'Information du Salon de la Jeune Peinture. Title of No. 2: Le Bulletin du Salon de la Jeune Peinture.
The contributors and collaborators of this journal came from a group of young artists who all attended the Salon de la Jeune Peinture. The Salon allowed its members to showcase their works as they attempted to define the role that their works should play in contemporary society. The first Bulletin, which took the form of more of a manifesto, a single sheet, followed the 16th Salon de la Jeune Peinture. After the Salon was outwardly criticized, the most involved of the participating artists decided to double-down on stating their views and positions through an editorial device. They also had begun to question the old hierarchy of art styles, and were moving towards making artistic choices based on political criteria and current news as opposed to purely aesthetic concerns. (Rachel Stella, Bulletin de la Jeune Peinture, La Revue des Revues 2015/2, No. 54) Incredibly scarce; as of June 2019 WorldCat locates only a handful of holdings worldwide, and only one in a North American institution.
Book ID: 50032

Price: $8,500.00