Published by the artist, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1972
Edited by Wlademir Dias-Pino, one of the founders of concrete poetry. Assembling magazine in printed envelope – the contents varied in each issue. Contributors include: Dailor Varela, Neide Sa, PJ. Ribeiro and Dias-Pino himself. No date given but this publication was published in 1972 – the final year of the process/poem movement (the movement that Dias-Pino founded in 1967 – it can be seen as a fanfare of this important Brazilian Avant Garde genre). Only two copies worldwide, listed on Wordcat. Extremely rare.
Wlademir Dias-Pino (ed.), Ponto – Revista de Poemas de Processo, Complete Set, (1967). Numbers 1 and 2 of the seminal journal of the Brazilian Poemas de Processo movement, edited by one of the movement’s founders Wlademir Dias-Pino. Both journals are composed of loose leaf sheets with contributions by the key figures in Brazilian artistic and poetic avant-garde, including Álvaro and and Neide de Sá, Anchieta Fernandes, Moacy Cirne, Dailor Varela, Wlademir Dias-Pino, Jose Luiz Sera, and many others.
Wlademir Dias-Pino, Brasil Meia Meia (1966). A collage of the events in Brazil in 1966 drawn from newspaper text and imagery. No edition size given. Thought to be less than 300 made. This was released both as an individual publication as well as being a component of Ponto 1. Published by the artist, 1967.