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Hendrik Conscienceplein 16-18
Antwerp
Belgium
B-2000
Contact René Franken
Telephone +32 (0)3 233 32 48
Website www.demian.be
Specialists Modern literature, art, avant-garde, ephemera and archives
Demian
Stand G04

Jozef Peeters / Paul van Ostaijen / Eddy du Perron

De Driehoek. Maandschrift. , 1925 - 1926

No. 1-10 in nine issues (all published). No. 2 in reprint. 1925-1926 Antwerpen, De Driehoek. Constructivist periodical founded by artist Jozef Peeters, and authors Eddy du Perron and Paul van Ostaijen (who quit his editorship even before publication of the first issue). 73:55 cm. Folded to size 18,5:14 cm. Paper fragile at the folds and discoloured.

No. 1 (April 1925). 4p. With contributions by Jozef Peeters, Paul van Ostaijen, Wobbe Alkema, J. van de Zee, Jos Leonard, Karel Maes, Victor Servranckx and Duco Perkens (=Eddy du Perron). This copy is addressed - and was mailed (with stamp) - to artist/anarchist Albert Daenens. Small corner lacking (without loss of print).

No. 2 (Mei 1925). Reprint. 4p. With contributions by Gaston Burssens, Charles Dekeukeleire, Kandinsky, C.A. Willink, Jozef Peeters, Gert Caden, and Duco Perkens.

No. 3 (Juni 1925). 4p. With contributions by Roel Houwink, Duco Perkens, Ger Schmook, Jozef Peeters, L. Lozowick, Karel Maes, M. Iancu, Wobbe Alkema, A. Fornari, Marc Eemans, and Maurice Casteels.

No. 4 (Juli 1925). 4p. With contributions by Hendrik de Vries, Frederik Chasalle, Roel Houwink, Marc Eemans, P. Mirea, M. Maxy, J. van de Zee, H. Dubois, M. Iancu, Jozef Peeters, M. Teutsch, and Victor Servranckx.

No. 5 (Augustus 1925). 4p. With contributions by Duco Perkens, Maurice Casteels, Jozef Peeters, Karel Maes, Jos Leonard, Victor Bourgeois, Baugniet, and Frederik Chasalle.

No. 6 (September 1925). 4p. With contributions by Werner Geerts, Bob de Mets, E. Prampolini, Victor Servranckx, Moholy-Nagy, M. Gaspard, Jozef Peeters, and Duco Perkens.

No. 7 (Oktober 1925). 4p. With contributions by Duco Perkens, Jozef Peeters, A.C. Willink, Wobbe Alkema, Victor Servranckx, and Karel Maes.

No. 8/9 (November/December 1925). 6p. With contributions by Frederik Chasalle, Huib Hoste, J.M. Van Hardeveld, E. van Linge, Hannes Meyer, Van der Swaelmen, Verwilgen, Victor Bourgeois, Eggericx, Pompe, Rubbers, W. v.d. Broeck, A. Francken, J.J.P. Oud, and Jozef Peeters.

No. 10 (Januari 1926). 4p. With contributions by Gaston Burssens, R. Blijstra, Willem v. d. Aker, Duco Perkens, Jozef Peeters, C.A. Willink, J. v. d. Zee, Wobbe Alkema, and Hannes Meijer.

Regarding the frailty of this very rare avant-garde publication, a good and desirable collection. With original photograph by Du Perron, depicting Van Ostaijen and Peeters during the inaugural meeting of ‘De Driehoek’ (Febuary 1925) at the atelier of Jozef Peeters. In frame under pass-partout (10:6 cm.)
£7,000