At the end of the 1920s the International Review i10 was published in the Netherlands. This avant-garde magazine was characterized by the search for radical innovation in art and society. The editors of i10 created an international platform where several European avant-garde movements could exchange their ideas. How did this avant-garde platform realize the transnational ambitions of the editors? And what kind of ideas on Europe can be identified in i10 in the context of a more general discourse on moder-nity? This article focuses on the extent to which i10 realized these transnational ambitions to provide an innovative platform of the European avant-garde.
How to Cite:
Wijk, K. van ., (2011). Een Europees platform voor de avant-garde: de Internationale Revue i10 (1927-1929). Tijdschrift voor Tijdschriftstudies. (30), pp.107–123. DOI: http://doi.org/10.18352/ts.32