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VISUAL POETRY SCREEN PRINT PORTFOLIOS


                PORTFOLIO NR 3 - SEPTEMBER 2012

                Portfolio containing 6 hand pulled screen prints
                45 copies numbered and signed
                Arches Vellum 250 gr. paper
                23 x 33 cm
                Price: 195 euro / 275 $ / 165 UK st.

                FERNANDO AGUIAR (PORTUGAL)
                REED ALTEMUS (USA)
                J.M. CALLEJA (SPAIN)
                DAVID DELLAFIORA (AUSTRALIA)
                LUC FIERENS (BELGIUM)
                ERYK WENZIAK (USA)


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            Fernando Aguiar was born in Lisbon in 1956. Since 1972 he dedicates himself to
            experimental and visual poetry, using the most diversified techniques and supports
            such as photography, painting, installations, electrography, performance, video and
            computer. He published 6 poetry books, 2 performance books, 3 juvenile books,
            4 anthologies of Portuguese Experimental and Visual Poetry, 2 anthologies of
            International Visual Poetry and 8 chapbooks of visual poetry. Fernando organized several
            exhibitions of visual poetry and Festivals of Poetry and Performance since 1985.

            J.M.Calleja was born in Mataro, Spain, in 1952. Visual poet and performer in the world
            of the image (photography-cinema), he realized various experimental films (s/8mm)
            between 1976-81. Active participant, coordinator and curator of many different
            Experimental and Visual Poetry events and exhibitions. He made performances in Spain,
            France, Italy, Mexico, Brazil, Argentine, Uruguay...
            J.M.Calleja published many collections of visual poetry.

            David Dellafiora is a cultural worker whose works takes a variety of forms including
            installation, public art, multiples and artist books. He founded the international
            correspondence neo-fluxus network Field Study with Benedict Phillips in 1993.
            Field Study was conceived as a way of reclaiming the negative spaces between art
            and life. David, under the Field Study name, produces and publishes the assembling
            publications WIPE, ReSite and Field Report.

            Luc Fierens was born and lives in Belgium. Networked collagist and visual poet
            provocateur, his works emerged out of Poesie Visiva, Mail Art and Fluxist circles.
            As such, he promoted a transnational dialogue prior to the inception of Internet,
            with his mail art projects and publications from 1984 onwards. Now he continues
            his research with artists from his "social architecture" with whome he exchanges,
            forwards, and directs art and collaborative projects though mail and e-mail, and with
            whom he organizes associated meetings, performances, publications and exhibitions.

            Eryk Wenziak serves as editor of RIgor Mort.US www.rigormort.us and as art editor at
            A-minor Magazine www.aminormagazine.com. His work has appeared in numerous journals,
            including Elimae, Used Furniture Review, Housefire, Otoliths, Psychic Meatloaf, and
            Short, Fast, and Deadly. He also has two chapbooks: 4am, a visual poetry collection
            published by No Press (Canada), and 1975, an experimental poem published by Deadly Chaps (US).







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