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Enragée de Nanterre – ou Le mensonge intime
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Angéline Neveu Enragée de Nanterre ou Le mensonge intime
Edited by Laurent Cauwet.
Preface by Sylviane Gouirand.
INterview with Angéline Neveu by Jacques Donguy.
published in May 2019
French edition
12 x 17,5 cm (softcover)
240 pages (b/w ill.)
ISBN: 978-2-37896-059-9
EAN: 9782378960599
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Angéline Neveu tells her own story and offers a testimony on the years 1960-70.
Angéline Neveu (1946-2011) was a French poet and performance artist. A pioneering participant in the May 68 uprising in France, Neveu was later involved with members of the Situationist International. At the beginning of the 1970, she started publishing in poetry reviews, most notably Julien Blaine's Doc(k)s. Through her travels, performative acts, and participation in festivals, she met and befriended artists and poets such as Orlan, Jean-François Bory, Jacques Donguy, Charles Dreyfus, Hubert Lucot, Françoise Janicot, Olga Adorno, Jean Dupuy