Les Lèvres nues  

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Les Lèvres Nues (Eng: Naked Lips) was a Belgian surrealist magazine founded by Marcel Mariën, Jane Graverol and Paul Nougé in 1954. 'Les Lèvres Nues' was subversive, anticlerical and Stalinist.

There were two series of 'Les Lèvres nues' (1954–60 and 1969–72). It featured the work of most of the Belgian Surrealists.




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