1928 Transition, An International Quarterly for Creative Experiment. Number 13, Summer.
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First Edition, Illustrated, Publishers' Original Binding
With cover art from Pablo Picasso, this is issue number 13, Summer 1928, of experimental literary journal 'transition'. Featuring surrealist, expressionist, and Dada art and artists, the publication ran from 1927 to 1938, with a total of twenty-seven issues ultimately produced.
This issue features photographic plates from Man Ray, Berenice Abbott and others, alongside plates depicting reproductions of the work of Picasso. Contributors to this work include James Joyce, William Carlos Williams, Laura Riding and Gertrude Stein.
This important literary journal was intended as an outlet for experimental writing and featured modernist, surrealist and other linguistically innovative writing, alongside contributions from visual artists, critics, and political activists.
With eighteen pages of advertisements to the rear of the work.
In the publisher's original paper binding. Front wrap, back strip and rear wrap all detached but present. Discolouration, folds and chipping to perimeters of wraps. Half title also detached from binding. Otherwise, internally firmly bound. Pages age toned due to paper type.
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