Isidore Isou (born 29 January 1925 in Botosani, Romania, and died on July 28 2007 in Paris) is known for founding the movement of lettrisme in 1945. This movement was inspired by Dada and Surrealism. Isou was not only gifted when it came to the French economy of the Twentieth Century, he was also skilled in various artistic fields: poetry, painting, film, theater and literature.
A new edition of a screenplay by Isidore Isou, first published in 1953. Available only in French!
Book written by Isidore Isou.
A documentary film by Pip Chodorov on the history of experimental film. Includes a 56 page book on the film.
First edition pamphlet of two Lettrist texts by Isidore Isou and Maurice Lemaître.
Original paperback edition of Alain Satié's book on the work of Kasimir Malévitch and Isidore Isou.
A film by Isidore Isou For orders destined for institutional use in North America, please contact GARTENBERG MEDIA.