KWY #9
An editor’s note mentions that KWY includes: Lourdes Castro, Christo, Jan Voss e René Bèrtholo. This issue was done with João Vidal’ collaboration.
12,2X7,99 in.
32 pages, 2 leaflet+ cover
300 copies
Paris, France
2ème. Trimestre 1962 ; n.a.
Cover printed in silkscreen, black, white and purple over brown cardboard. The core of the magazine is printed in several colours on different qualities of paper. Inserts printed in offset, B/W.
The editors’ note explains that all the contributions are original and made for this issue.
The letters printed in the cover are a work by Guido Biasi.
KWY #9 contains poems by Benjamin Patterson, texts by Carl Laszlo Bale, Jean Jacques Lévêque. François Dufrene publishes ”Beckett passera comme l’Express”.
Original silkscreen by: Georges Noel, print in two colours (grey and black) over a white folded page ; Jan Voss , print in two colours (red and black) over white paper; Paul Wunderlich, print in four colours (black, grey, purple and green).
An offset B/W photo of Cy Twombly’ drawing, an object by Lourdes Castro, and a photo of Christo preparing an installation.
KWY #9 contains a folded leaflet entitled “morceau choisis”, an “incomplete” silkscreen followed by instructions by René Bèrtholo.

In the first pages the following comic stripes were printed in silkscreen (black) over white paper:
“13, Rue de l’Espoir” by J. E F. Gall, drawings by Paul Gillon;
“Arabelle et Lord Pennybox”, drawings by Jean Ache;
“Gérald Norton” by Ken Balde and Jerry Brondfield;
“Monsieur Abernaty” by Ralston Jones and Frank Ridgeway.
KWY #9 is available at
Gulbenkian Foundation Library in Lisbon; Serralves Foundation Library, Porto, Portugal.

Kandinsky Library; French National Library, Paris, France.
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2013-07-29 21:24:23