Unpag. volume composed of 10 individually numbered sections, each with its own title and cover page and containing poetry and numerous captivating illustrations after drawings and photo collages, printed on various colors of paper. Square 4to. Cloth with original printed image pasted to cover. Paris (Futuropolis) 1982. Signed and dated by the author. Loulou Picasso is the pseudonym of Jean-Louis Dupré, one of the members of the French artist collective Bazooka, predominately active in the 1970s. The other prominent members included Kiki Picasso (Christian Chapiron), Electric Clito (Olivia Clavel), Lulu Larsen, Bananar (Bernard Vidal), Jean Rouzaud, and Ti5 Dur (Philippe Bailly). The Bazooka Group launched many 'zines and other publications, with most of their work based on mixed-media collages. They disbanded in the late 1970s, with some of the artists publishing individual works in the early 1980s, including Loulou and Kiki Picasso. In the early 2000s, several original members of the collective came back together briefly for a web-based artistic project. As of February 2015, OCLC locates 1 holding in North America. (Inventory #: 48204)
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