Paris: M.B./G.M., 2004. Masurovsky, Gregory. Signed Original; No. 11 of 20 copies printed. Slipcased. Folio of cream Arches paper with black lettering and French flaps. 9 loose sheets (title page, text) and three loose/double-fold sheets with one bw illustration each and the corresponding title opposite. Colophon is printed opposite the last illustration. All illustrations have tissue guards. Housed in a slipcase of Denim blue cloth/boards with no titling. Pristine all around. Item #153638

Text in French. Eight poems by Michel Butor, in two sections of four each, with three original linocuts by Gregory Masurovsky. The illustrations are titled, "Que Reste-T-Il du Chiffre XX?" and "En Avant pour le XXI!" and correspond with the titles of the two sections of poetry. The only actual title page is for the entire volume, XX & XXI. Butor is known for his works in collaboration with significant artists. This folio is printed on Arches paper, printed by l'ADAC, Paris. It is dated June 30, 2004 and signed by both Butor and Masurovsky. This volume is No. 11.

Price: $750.00

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