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Acción socialista: publicación quincenal [Socialist action: a bi-weekly publication], nos. 1-19...
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Acción socialista: publicación quincenal [Socialist action: a bi-weekly publication], nos. 1-19 (all published)

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Buenos Aires: Editorial Marinoni, 1919-1920. Octavos (18.2 × 13.6 cm). Somewhat later leather boards; all original illlustrated front and rear wrappers bound in; most issues 30-36 pp. Restoration to binding; some toning and light soiling throughout; overall about very good. A complete run in nineteen issues of the short-lived Argentinian socialist journal, published from July 1919 through April 1920. Each issue features a single longer essay or text on social, political, and economic issues. The first issue presents the Spanish translation of the "Communist Manifesto" ("Manifiesto del Partido Comunista"). Other texts include: "Los Instigadores" by Filippo Turati; "La Acción Económica de la Clase Trabajadora" by Juan B. Justo; "Salario Minimo y Trato Colectivo de Trabajo" by Dr. Enrique del Valle Iberlucea; "La Carestia de la Vida" by Dr. Nicolas Repetto; "Revolución Invariable y Eterna" by Enrique Villarreal; "El Socialismo y el Problema Militar" by Dr. Antonio de Tomaso; "Sindicalismo y… Read More
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Cuaderno de la Plata. No. 1 (October 1968) through No. 7 (November 1972) (all published)
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Cuaderno de la Plata. No. 1 (October 1968) through No. 7 (November 1972) (all published)

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A complete run in seven fascicules of the Argentinian cultural and political journal, edited by Luis Aznar and Guillermo Korn, born out of the socialist branch of the Reforma Universitaria, each issue with a specific focus topic and subtitle, celebrating the Reformation as a political-cultural and socialist movement, each issue containing essays, prose, poetry, and cartoons. Scattered illustrations throughout from cartoons and drawings. 8vo. Original illustrated wrpps., housed in two cloth-backed boards portfolios with matching slipcases. Very minor abrasions to slipcases, some very minor wear and soiling to wrpps. Caracas, Buenos Aires, and La Plata, 1968-1972. The seven issue subtitles are: 1) Cincuentenario de la Reforma Universitaria. 2) La Argentina del Año 2000. La Ley Federal de Educación. 3) Círculo Vicioso: La Actualidad Universitaria. 4) Apuntes Sobre la Rebelión de los Jóvenes - Chile: La Unidad Popular al Poder. 5) El Materialismo Dialéctico, La Universidad. 6) Chile: Documentos… Read More
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Editions & Communications Marginales d'Amérique Latine
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Editions & Communications Marginales d'Amérique Latine

by Schraenen, Guy (editor)

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Le Havre: Maison de la Culture du Havre, 1977. Quarto (15 x 21 cm folded, opens to 29.5 x 21 cm). Original illustrative stapled self-wrappers; 9 sheets of various colored paper stock. Some light oxidation to staples, small mark from staples where folded, two small areas of worm damage/loss to cover sheet, overall very good. A small catalogue issued on the occasion of the exhibition of Latin American artists' publications, organized by Guy Schraenen at Maison de la Culture in Le Havre, from January 10 through 29, 1977. The catalogue consists of an overview of the exhibition, one-page introductory text in French followed by four pages housing 17 reproductions of stamps by contributing artists, a list of contributing artists, and a brief bibliography of other works relating to the Latin American avant-garde. The participating artists and groups included in the catalogue checklist were: Mario Ishikawa, Joaquim Branco, Mirtha Demisache, Unhandeijara Lisboa, Diego Barboza, Amelia Toledo, Julio Plaza &… Read More
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La Traición de la OCI Unificada
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La Traición de la OCI Unificada

by Moreno, Nahuel

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Unpaginated (approx. 123 pp.) typescript document comprising Moreno's theoretical essay on the OCI [Organización Comunista Internacionalista (unificada)] and Pierre Lambert and the French Trotskyists, first published publicly in Panorama Internacional, Año VI, No. 19, January 1982, divided into eleven chapters with titles such as "La teorìa de los campos burgueses progresivos", "El revisionismo en los partidos revolucionarios", "El frente único antiimperialista como expresión de la teorìa de los campos burgueses progresivos", and "La politica frente a los partidos obreros contrarrevolucionarios". Not illustrated. Some yellowing, toning. Large 4to. Stapled self-wrpps., some minor soiling and foxing, small spots of possible mildew staining to front cover. N.p. (Buenos Aires?) n.d. (circa 1981). Nahuel Moreno (Hugo Miguel Bressano Capacete) was a Trotskyist leader from Argentina, active in the movement from 1942 until his death in 1987. He published a journal called Palabra Obrera, and organized a… Read More
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Primera Exposición de Pintura Perceptista. Expone Raúl Lozza
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Primera Exposición de Pintura Perceptista. Expone Raúl Lozza

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Invitation/announcement for the first exhibition of the Perceptivist movement, held at the Van Riel Gallery in Buenos Aires on November 15, 1949, with talks by Raúl Lozza on Perceptivism and Abrahán Haber on "Abstraction and Perception". 15 x 12 cm. Single sheet, loose as issued. Some slight browning and creasing, two stamps from the Conservatorio Nacional de Musica y Arte Escenico, overall good condition. Buenos Aires (Galería de Arte Van Riel) (1949). Raúl Lozza was an Argentinian painter and theorist who was a part of the concrete art movement in Buenos Aires, the Asociación Arte Concreto-Invención. Lozza eventually split from this group and in 1947 founded the Perceptivism movement. This movement was based on three artistic principles: the substitution of a traditional background with a color field, the creation of the "cualimetría" (quality measurements) of the plane, and the "centrifugal structure of references into space aimed at eliminating the influence of the periphery". The group had… Read More
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Señales. Le Habla al Pueblo en Su Proprio Idioma. Year I, No. 1 (27 Feb 1935) through Year IV,...
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Señales. Le Habla al Pueblo en Su Proprio Idioma. Year I, No. 1 (27 Feb 1935) through Year IV, No. 162 (29 April 1938) (all published)

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A complete run in 4 years and 162 issues of the weekly Argentinian newspaper, each issue approx. 24 pp., founded by and under the editorial direction of Enrique Martinez de Castillo and Leo Rudi, with articles on current events including politics, the economy, education, and culture. Illustrated throughout with photographs, drawings, and cartoons. Folio. Orig. stapled self-wrpps., paper fairly fragile with some tearing along folds, bottom right corner of first issue with paper loss, scattered toning and age-darkening, minor soiling. Buenos Aires 1935-1938. Very scarce; as of July 2017, WorldCat appears to locate only one holding of this title in North America.
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