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Jean-Jacques Lebel - inscribed  

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Jean-Jacques Lebel - inscribed

Stiles, Kristine





198 pp. Illustrated throughout from photographs. (4to), pictorial wrappers.

Inscribed by Jean-Jacques Lebel to artist Manuel Ocampo on the title page, which also bears a mounted color photograph of the artists: "To Sherry and Manuel, with fond memories of our first collaboration (more on page 194-195) at MACBA last year, hoping we do even better next time! All the best, Jean-Jacques." Scarce inscribed copy.

Jean-Jacques Lebel is a French artist, poet, poetry publisher, political activist and scholar born in Paris in 1936. He is known primarily for his work with Happenings, and as an art theory writer and art curator. He is the son of Robert Lebel, art critic and friend of Marcel Duchamp.

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Some light wear to wrappers; about near fine.

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