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Le grand dépotoir

Julien Blaine - Le grand dépotoir
In 2020, Julien Blaine, born in 1942, inventories (and offers) what remains in an artist's studio at the end of a lifetime of creation. Le grand dépotoir brings together essays, letters and reflections on his vast poetic enterprise since its beginnings.
Since the early 1960s, Julien Blaine (born 1942 in Rognac, France, lives and works in Marseille) has been developing a semiotic poetry, which can be defined as post-concrete and post-fluxus. Above all, his poetry is a physical experience: a performance.
Edited by Laurent Cauwet.
Texts by Julien Blaine, Liliane Giraudon, Jean-Charles Agboton-Jumeau, Démosthène Agrafiotis, Laurent Devèze, Bartolomé Ferrando, Giovanni Fontana, Jacques Guigou, Patrick Javault, Gérard-Georges Lemaire, Barbara Meazzi, Jean-François Meyer, Jean-Hubert Martin, Jean-Claude Monod, Stéphane Nowak Papantoniou, Peter Read, Laurent Cauwet, Nicolas Roméas, Olivier Penot-Lacassagne, Patrizio Peterlini, Nathalie Quintane, Mata Rosenquist, André Robèr, Tanabé Shin, Marianne Simon-Oikawa, Cristina de Simone, Gilles Suzanne, Anysia Troin-Guis, Catherine Poitevin.
published in October 2020
French edition
14 x 21 cm (softcover)
224 pages (ill.)
ISBN : 978-2-37896-143-5
EAN : 9782378961435
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