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Product Image Marcel Broodthaers: Charles Baudelaire. Je hais le mouvement qui déplace les lignes
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Marcel Broodthaers: Charles Baudelaire. Je hais le mouvement qui déplace les lignes

“I hate movement that displaces lines” is the seventh verse from Baudelaire’s sonnet La Beauté. Broodthaers “plays with the conventions of editing, which are part of the definition of the book: that is, each time he plays with the common denominations like the name of the author, the title, the place and date of publication, always with the same strategy of an occultation that affirms, validate and make present what is absent.”

Birgit Belzer, “Marcel Broodthaers: The Place of the Subject” in Jon Bird, Michael Newman, eds., Rewriting Conceptual Art.

 

Softcover, perfect-bound, 16 pages, 25 x 32.5 cm, English, Facsimile offset, Edition of 900

Mousse

**Please Note: This is either the last copy or one of the last copies of this book. It has been on display for a while and has some wear and damages. The applied discount is to account for any damages and the book is for sale as is with no returns. If you have any questions please email us!




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