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.
Catalog of the exhibition Isidore Isou et la Méca-Esthétique (1944-1987) at the Galerie de Paris
The texts about Isidore Isou, his works of art, written by Enrico Mascelloni and Roland Sabatier. In Italien, in French and in English.
Catalog of the screening of the film Traité de bave et d'éternité at the Center Pompidou.
Based on meca-aesthetics and the supertemporal, the only authentic body arts, opposed to the scams of this aesthetic dimension.
Revue littéraire trimestrielle.
POÉSIE NOUVELLE, N°16
Devant notre éthique nucléaire, ISIDORE ISOU
Five-fold number (N ° 16-17-18-19-20) of the journal Lettrisme.