La Plata: Self-published, 1971-1973. First Edition. A complete run of the thirteen issues of Hexagano '71, Antonio Edgardo Vigo's mail art sequel to Diagonal Cero. Each issue contains several contributions, including visual poetry, illustration, essays, telegrams, and calls for submission. While Vigo was the driving force behind Hexagano (terming himself the "editor irresponsible"), the overall content was comprised of a wide range of international contributors from Argentina, Latin America, Europe, the United Kingdom, and the United States. Though not overtly political, the restrictions and censorship imposed by Argentina's military junta provide an underlying force to Vigo's oblique strategies of artistic discussion and dissemination. Throughout, Hexagano subverted and challenged the assumed hierarchies of publication; Vigo eschewed pagination, colophons, and editorial credits. Instead of numbered issues, he followed an eccentric lettering system, naming the issues a, ab*, ac, b*c, b*d, b*e, cd, ce, cf, de, df, dg and e. Following the final issue of Hexagano '71, published in 1974, Vigo would expand upon the global correspondent model with the publication of his next mail art journal, "The International Book". Very slightly musty, overall near fine in printed envelopes. A beautiful set.