Paris: Editions de Beaune, 1965. Softcover. Good. (Clean/tight but with general shelf wear; age toning to page fore edges.). White stapled wraps with black dots and red lettering.  with 16 bw illus. Text in French. Catalogue of letters/homages to Berlewi in a festschrift sort of format presented by Centre d'Art Cybernetique in Paris (Suzanne de Coninck, Director) in 1965. Each entry includes a bw illustration or two by Berlewi. Included are messages from Nicolas Baudy, Charles Estienne, Waldemar George, Raoul Hausmann, Georges Hugnet, Rene Massat, Jacques Menetrier, Claude Riviere, and Re Soupault-Niemeyer. Published by Editions de Beaune. Henryk Berlewi (October 20, 1894 in Warsaw - August 2, 1967 in Paris) was a Polish Jewish painter, graphic designer, and art theoris, who is remembered primarily as an abstract artist who paved the way for optical art. He also was an important figure in Yiddish book design and typography in the early 1920s. - modified from Wikipedia. (Inventory #: 155614)
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