Lot 64 of 446:
Vu Magazine, seven issues 1929-35  

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VU Magazine - 7 issues



Lucien Vogel



7 issues together. Lavishly illustrated from photographs by André BrassaÏ, Germaine Krull, Chim, Cartier-Bresson, André Kertész, and Man Ray. 38x27.3 cm (15x10¾").

VU was a weekly French pictorial magazine, created and directed by Lucien Vogel, published from March 1928 to May 1940; it ran for just over 600 weekly issues. It combined stunning photography, innovative layouts (especially double-page spreads), and excellent reporting, creating a revolution in journalism and setting the stage for future photo magazines.  


  • 6 Mars 1923.
  • 14 Aout 1929.
  • 24 Fevrier, 1932.
  • 29 Novembre, 1933.
  • 16 Juin, 1934.
  • 26 Juin, 1935.
  • 30 Novembre, 1935.


Lot Amendments

Some edgewear, toning, and hints of foxing, a few creases, March 6, 1929 issue with tape repair at fore-edge; very good.

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