Jean-Jacques Lebel "3e Festival de la Libre Expression" poster
Poster advertising the daily events of the third annual Festival de la Libre Expression (Festival of Free Expression) held from April 4th to May 3rd, 1966 in Paris, France. The festival was organized by Jean-Jacques Lebel. The poster measures 11.5 x 15.5 inches and features two black and white images and black text on a yellow background.
- Lebel, Jean-Jacques (Person)
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Biographical / Historical
Jean-Jacques Lebel, born 1936, is a French artist, poet, activist, and scholar. He is known for writing the first critical essay in French on the Happenings movement. He is the son of art critic Robert Lebel.
.167 Cubic Feet (1 oversized folder)
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Poster advertising the daily events of the third annual Festival de la Libre Expression, organized by Jean-Jacques Lebel.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Purchased from Lecointre Drouet in November 2019.
Processed by Kristen Diehl in March 2021.
- Guide to the Jean-Jacques Lebel "3e Festival de la Libre Expression" poster
- Kristen Diehl
- 2021 March
- Language of description
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