Internationale Situationniste: bulletin central edite par les sections de l'Internationale Situationniste Nos.1-12 (Complete Run). Guy Debord, Constant, Asger Jorn, Raoul Vaneigem, Attila Kotanyi, Alexander Trocchi, J V. Martin, Michele Bernstein, Mustapha Kayati, et. al.
Internationale Situationniste: bulletin central edite par les sections de l'Internationale Situationniste Nos.1-12 (Complete Run)
Internationale Situationniste: bulletin central edite par les sections de l'Internationale Situationniste Nos.1-12 (Complete Run)
Internationale Situationniste: bulletin central edite par les sections de l'Internationale Situationniste Nos.1-12 (Complete Run)
Internationale Situationniste: bulletin central edite par les sections de l'Internationale Situationniste Nos.1-12 (Complete Run)
Internationale Situationniste: bulletin central edite par les sections de l'Internationale Situationniste Nos.1-12 (Complete Run)
Internationale Situationniste: bulletin central edite par les sections de l'Internationale Situationniste Nos.1-12 (Complete Run)
Internationale Situationniste: bulletin central edite par les sections de l'Internationale Situationniste Nos.1-12 (Complete Run)
Internationale Situationniste: bulletin central edite par les sections de l'Internationale Situationniste Nos.1-12 (Complete Run)

Internationale Situationniste: bulletin central edite par les sections de l'Internationale Situationniste Nos.1-12 (Complete Run)

Paris: Internationale Situationniste, 1958-1969.

First editions, first printings. (Includes both the first and second printings of No. 2, the only issue to be reprinted.) Nos. 1-12, a complete run. Text in French. Bound in publisher's heavy metallic wraps. Very Good+ with light rubbing and shelf wear. No. 1 is Belgian Situationist Jan Strijbosch's copy with his last name handwritten on the front free endpaper, a few of his marginal notes throughout; rubbing to wraps. Typical chipping to fragile wraps of No. 2; foxing to endpapers. Back inside of wrap of No. 4 shows missing square where sticker was; former owner's name written on title page. Single small marginal note in No. 5. A little wrinkling to bottom edge of No. 6. Slight vertical crease to No. 11. Small trails of biopredation to wraps of No. 12.

A complete metal rainbow comprising the primary theses of the Situationist International, a small avant garde Marxist group with tiny branches around the world but generally centered in Paris, that was at the forefront of politics, philosophy, and art from the Beat era all the way through to the tail end of the 1960s. Situationists were pivotal in the student revolts in Paris in May 1968. Their critique of society in all of its facets from media, technology, work, and even everyday life was so dense and nuanced it anticipated and set the bar high for revolutionaries of the next five decades, perhaps impossibly high. But as one of the slogans spraypainted around Paris in May 1968 went, "Be realistic. Demand the impossible." Item #140942281

Price: $7,000.00