Montclar and Tourves, France: Brenta/Gutt, 1997-2002. 14.6 x 10.5 cm. Original printed wrappers; most issues consisting of a single sheet folded into 8 pp. Overall very fine condition.
A presumably complete collection (complete according to our sources) of 372 fascicules of the irregularly published journal founded by Belgian painter, illustrator, and filmmaker Gilles Brenta together with writer and editor Tom Gutt and Brenta's wife and cofounder of his film production company Les Trois Petits Cochons, Christine Wendelen.
Brenta and Gutt two became friends and quickly thereafter artistic colleagues in 1973, and together participated in the activities of the Belgian Surrealists alongside Louis Scutenaire, Irène Hamoir, Marcel Mariën, Michel Thyrion, and Jean Wallenborn. L'Echo du Car et de l'Aveyron réunis contains art and poetry as well as occasional illustrations and artworks. 373 numbers total were published from 1997 through 2002, and this collection is presumably complete, beginning with the issue of August 18, 1997 and ending with January 12, 2002.
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Book ID: 51938