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Nocturne (Complete Set)

Jean-François Perion-Adelaide (Publication Director), Paris, March / October 1981. 6 numbers (n ° 0 and n ° 1 are almost identical in terms of content). Original Edition. Text in French. first three issues (48 pages), last three (64 pages). 33 x 24,4 cm. Condition : Very Good.

4500€

One of the rarest Parisian magazines. Like an echo of Palace Magazine. Its director writes: “Nocturne risks being one of the most astonishing reviews (…) Nocturne will finally tell you about the nights of a whole fauna which fascinates, confuses, creates and moves“. Published in 1981, an ephemeral review (since it stops after 5 issues), Nocturne tells its readers about trendy nights in Paris.

We find a total snapshot of this festive and famous Paris with photographs of Le Palace, La Scala (whose inauguration is the subject of a report in the magazine), Les Bains Douches, Le Rose Bonbon,le 78, le Krypton… We cross over the pages: Pierre and Gilles, Jacques de Bascher, Alain Pacadis , Christian Louboutin, Andy Warhol, Edwige Belmore, Marquis de Sade, Elli and Jacno, Philippe Starck, Jenny Bel’Air, Irina Ionesco, Fabrice Emaer, Klaus Nomi, Lio, Tan Giudicelli, Serge Gainsbourg, Jean-Charles de Castelbajac…

La Revue was financed by its advertisers. Very little is known about the creation and direction of this journal. The nerve center of this company was located mainly in the Forum des Halles district in Paris (a district which in the early 1980s had become the center of trendy circles).