Buenos Aires: Instituto Torcuato Di Tella, 1967. First Edition. Square quarto. Thin exhibition catalogue tracking Argentina's diverse and vibrant engagement with the Surrealist movement. The range of work tracks early surrealism by Xul Solar, a friend and confidant of Jorge Luis Borges, through contemporary work by artist such as Humberto Rivas. Engaging and eccentrically postmodern graphic design by Juan Carlos Distéfano wildly mixes typefaces and media. The stapled title plate at cover, frayed fabric covers and a single gothic text mylar page insert all convey the freedom and free-fall of Surrealism. Spanish text. Near fine in cloth covered wrappers.