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‘This volume surveys the astonishing variety of Hansjörg Mayer’s (born 1943) concrete and visual poetry–a field in which he was a protagonist–alongside other typographic and printed works, several of which are in color. Also included are reproductions of all 26 issues of his influential concrete poetry broadsheet Futura.’

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Hansjörg Mayer, TYPO, Koenig Books, 2014
Hansjörg Mayer, TYPO, Koenig Books, 2014

 

Hansjörg Mayer, TYPO, Koenig Books, 2014
Hansjörg Mayer, TYPO, Koenig Books, 2014

 

Hansjörg Mayer, TYPO, Koenig Books, 2014
Hansjörg Mayer, TYPO, Koenig Books, 2014

 

Hansjörg Mayer, TYPO, Koenig Books, 2014
Hansjörg Mayer, TYPO, Koenig Books, 2014

 

Hansjörg Mayer, TYPO, Koenig Books, 2014
Hansjörg Mayer, TYPO, Koenig Books, 2014
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