Jean-François Bory

 
Jean-François Bory (born 1938 in Paris, where he lives and works) is a French visual poet, publisher, and editor (Celebrity Cafe, Approches…). He is one of the key actor of the rediscovery of Dada founding member Raoul Hausmann.
 
Jean-François Bory - Capitale de la pluie
2019
French edition
Les presses du réel – Literature – Misceallenous
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A disappointing trip to Manaus capital of the Amazon during the rainy season becomes the opportunity for Jean-François Bory to deploy a text in lush color of vegetal letters.
Jean-François Bory - Abracadada - Embrasement
2019
French edition
Les presses du réel – Literature – Misceallenous
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A selection of poems by Jean-François Bory covering more than fifty years of creation (1965-2019), from the most emblematic to the most recent, rare or previously unpublished.
Jean-François Bory - Minute poems - Choix 1963-2018
2019
French edition
Les presses du réel – Literature – Misceallenous
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135 poems, calligrams and other visual experiments, spread over 54 years of poetic activity, by one of the major actors of the poetic avant-garde in France.
Jean-François Bory - Tels qu\'en eux-mêmes
2019
French edition
Les presses du réel – Literature – Misceallenous
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A selection of essays that Jean-François Bory devoted to his favorite and somewhat marginal authors, ranging from Nadar to Raoul Hausmann via d'Annunzio.
Jean-François Bory - Toujours nouvelles
2019
French edition
Les presses du réel – Literature – Misceallenous
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Fourteen comical, absurd, ironic, moving short novels, by Jean-François Bory, unfaithful successor to Dada and active author of the avant-garde movements of the 1960s/1970s.
Jean-François Bory - Sgowefygtom ! Sgowefygtom !
2010
French edition
Al Dante - Poetry & Literature
This experimental prose composed with large colored typographic compositions is a reflection on the act of writing: a deep metaphysical and melancholic text in which we meet Apollinaire, Ezra Pound, and Marinetti.


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