Édouard Jaguer

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Édouard Jaguer (Paris, 8 August 1924– Paris 9 May 2006) was a French poet and art critic linked with the surrealist movement including Maurice Blanchard, Laurence Iché, Régine Raufast, Robert Rius and Tita.[1]

Revues[edit]

He was involved with many groups and revues including:

  • La Main a la Plume
  • La Revolution la Nuit
  • le Surrealisme-Revolutionaire
  • Rixes
  • COBRA
  • Phases
  • Boa
  • Il Gesto
  • Salamande
  • La Breche
  • Aujourd'hui
  • XXme Siecle
  • Ellebore
  • Les Deux Soeurs
  • La Tour du Feu
  • La Nef

Bibliography[edit]

  • La Poutre creuse (1950) - poetry
  • La Nuit est faite pour ouvrir les portes (1955) - poetry
  • Le Mur derrière le mur (1958) - poetry
  • Regards obliques sur une histoire parallèle (1977) - poetry
  • Les Mystères de la chambre noire (Flammarion, 1983) - surrealist photography
  • Das Surrealistiche gedichte (German, 1985) - poetry anthology
  • Le Surréalisme face à la littérature (Le Temps qu’il fait, Cognac, 1989)
  • L’Excès dans la mesure (1995) - poetry
  • Cobra au cœur du XXe siècle (Galilée, Paris 1997)
  • L’Envers de la panoplie (Syllepse, "Libre espace", 2000) - poetry
  • Monographies on Alechinsky, Baj, Cornell, Freddie, Gallizioli, Gironella, Jom, Lacomblez, Margonari, Perahim, Oelze, Pozzati, Remedios Varo and Revilla.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Historical Dictionary of Surrealism - p 311 pKeith Aspley - 2010 "Other members of the group included Maurice Blanchard, Laurence Iché, Édouard Jaguer, Régine Raufast, Robert Rius and Tita. Its founding manifesto was entitled “État de présence.” It was an important mouthpiece for those Surrealists who ..