Gene`ve: Muse´e De L’athe´ne´e, 1961. Paperback. Item #38802
1st Edition. Original Wrappers. 8vo. 32 pages ; 20 cm. In French. Title translates Into English as, “Aligi Sassu and Romano Conversano at the Athena Museum in Geneva: G. Grosnier Room. June 7-30, 1961. Museum catalog with 30 illustrations in black and white. “Aligi Sassu (1912 – 2000) was an Italian painter and sculptor…In 1935, he established the Gruppo Rosso with, among others, Nino Franchina and Vittorio Della Porta. In 1936, he finished one of his most known paintings Il Caffè, as well as the Fucilazione nelle Asturie, painted in favour of the Spanish resistance. He joined the anti-fascist cultural movement of Corrente di Vita in 1938.” (Wikipedia, 2017) OCLC + Worldcat list 5 copies worldwide (Kunstmuseum Basel, Musées de la Ville de Genève, Universitätsbibliothek Bern, Kunsthaus Zurich, Bibliotheque D'art Et D’archeologie) , but no copies outside of Switzerland. Some minor toning. Pages are clear and very little wear. About very good condition. (ITART-1-21).