Title: Metro 1
Publisher: Editoriale Metro S.p.A., Milano
Publication Date: 1960
Book Condition: Very Good
Edition: Art Journal
(xvi). 117 pp. Profusely illustrated in b&w with some colour. Premier issue of this significant European art and design journal of the 1960s initially published three times a year. Trilingual texts in Italian, French and English. Preface by editor Bruno Alfieri. Contents include : Two Questions on the Biennale / Lionello Venturi / Roberto Lonhi / Andre Chastel/ Mario Marini. Giuseppe Marchiori :Lets Not Confuse Nature & Art. Marco Valsecchi : A Visit to Ben Nicholson. Andre Malraux, Jean Cathelin, Jean-Louis Mouret and Charles Estienne on painter Georges Noel. Georgine Oeri : Edward Higgins. Marco Valsecchi : And Poussin. Rodolfo Pallucchini : Cesare Baglione. Bruno Alfieri : Two Italian Armchairs. Giuseppe Marchiori : Peggy Gugggenheim. Internally clean and unmarked with sound binding. Slight tear and paper wear at the foot of the spine with minor bumps and dents to the head and tail edges from handling and shelving. Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall. Bookseller Inventory # 006313
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