The magazine also received an enormous amount of time, effort, and contributions from his brother, Albert Tissandier. Evolution Cover of the first issue of La Nature, Gaston Tissandier, founder of La Nature. Lunar Halo and Luminous Cross, drawing of nature. Albert Tissandier. Appeared in La Nature in The beginning From to , each year's volume started at the beginning of December. The second six-month period began with the first issue in June. Starting in , La Nature's publishing year was brought in sync with the calendar year.
A weekly magazine until the s, it became first fortnightly and then monthly in The first interruption in publishing lasted from S. Purple is a French fashion, art and culture magazine founded in History In , Elein Fleiss and Olivier Zahm started the magazine Purple Prose as a reaction against the superficial glamour of the s; much as a part of the global counterculture at the time, inspired by magazines like Interview, Ray Gun, Nova, and Helmut Newton's Illustrated, but with the aesthetics of what usually is referred to as anti-fashion.
Based on their personal interests and views; Purple was, and in a sense still is, made much in the same spirit of the fanzine. The magazine became associated with the "realism" of the new fashion photography of the s, with names like Juergen Teller, Terry Richardson, Wolfgang Tillmans, and Mario Sorrenti. We wanted to support the artists around us that no one. Martin's Press, p. In each issue 11 per year , there was plenty of information on the musical and choreographic life in many countries. In addition to the magazine, there were over musical pieces by various composers, most of whom were French, irregularly produced as 81 supplements between and Many of these were composed specifically for the magazine.
Several compositions have been over-looked in listings of the complete works of the composer. Avoiding intransigent nationalism that marked French classical music before the World War I, the magazine became a reference point for a segment of European music throu. It was the first French-language journal dedicated entirely to classical music. In November it merged with Maurice Schlesinger's Gazette musicale de Paris first published in January to form Revue et gazette musicale de Paris, first published on 1 November It ceased publication in Schlesinger published editions of classical and modern music under his own name at a reasonable price, most notably works by Mozart, Haydn, Weber, Beethoven, Humme.
Objectif et action Mutualistes, or simply Mutualistes, is a French language bimonthly family magazine published in France. History and profile Objectif et action Mutualistes was established in Retrieved 20 August Objectif et action Mutualistes in French 2. Archived from the original on 22 May Retrieved 18 May External links Official website. Artists like Michel Journiac or Gina Pane frequently wrote articles in the magazine.
The magazine changed title three times: ArTitudes, from to , 8 issues ArTitudes International, from to , 17 issues Info ArTitudes, from to , 20 issues References "Archived copy". Archived from the original on Retrieved CS1 maint: Archived copy as title link External links Official website. Minotaure, published between and , was a Surrealist-oriented magazine founded by Albert Skira in Paris. The magazine was sponsored and advised by Surrealist art patron Edward James, and is still one of the richest sources of information about the pre-war Surrealist world. In many ways, it was the successor to Le Surrealisme au service de la revolution, the group journal that ceased publication in Verve was a modernist Parisian art magazine published by Teriade between and In addition, the early contributors included James Joyce and Ernest Hemingway.
The New York Times. Retrieved 19 May Mostafa Heddaya 2 August It covered cycling velocipeding and described itself as The organ of manufacturers, mechanics, depositers, agents, renters, amateurs, etc.
It was published from offices at 33 rue Jean Jacques Rousseau, Paris. It ran for five issues and disbanded one year after its first printing, but in that time it published many prints and engravings by influential artists of the time, including Henri Rousseau. Beginnings Jarry, a French playwright and artist, and Gourmont, a novelist and poet of the same nationality, had worked in woodcuttings for many years before they joined together to form the magazine, although both men were so poor at times that they were forced to experiment with other mediums, such as linoleum and soap for their cuttings.
Jarry and Gourmont founded their own magazine in with a modest fortune, thus giving them a venue throu. Vu, stylized as VU, was a weekly French pictorial magazine, created and directed by Lucien Vogel, which was published from March 21, to May 29, ; it ran for just over issues. Although inspired in part by the German magazine Berliner Illustrirte Zeitung, VU featured a constructivist aesthetic and was innovative in its layouts, especially in its double-page spreads. Je sais tout was a popular science magazine. The magazine's format was usually Initial circulation figures were estimated to be about , The headquarters of the magazine was in Paris.
The last issue of the new format, and thus Je sais tou. History The magazine was started in January , as the sister publication of Famiglia Cristiana, an Italian Catholic magazine. L'Officiel des spectacles is a weekly cultural guide to Paris founded by Jean-Philippe Richemond in Its purpose was to inform its readers, in the most precise and concise way possible, of every event taking place that week that was "not of a political, religious, or controversial nature.
The first publication contained 32 pages and cost 10 francs. At the time, the format of the magazine comprised eight sections: theatre, cinema, music, dance, cabarets, expositions, museums and churches of Paris. Revue Noire is a specialist publisher of books and web material relating to African contemporary art and culture, based in France. Since it has specialized in books, exhibitions, and online content. History Revue Noire was created in in Paris with the objective of demonstrating that "there is art in Africa".
The contributors to the magazine c. Archistorm is a French architecture, design and contemporary art magazine based in Paris.
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