The Sackner Archive of Concrete & Visual Poetry

EXILE is proud to represent the Sackner Archive! Founded by Marvin and Ruth Sackner in 1979 in Miami Beach, Florida, the Sackner Archive holds the largest collection of concrete and visual poetry in the world. The archive includes over 75,000 annotated books, periodicals, typewritings, drawings, letters, print portfolios, ephemera, and rare and out of print artist’s books and manuscripts representing twentieth century art movements such as Italian Futurism, Russian and Eastern European Avant Garde, Dada, Surrealism, Bauhaus, De Stijl, Ultra, Tabu-Dada, Lettrisme, and Ultra-Lettrisme. To browse a list of items available from the archive, press here. 

If you have any special requests, please email amanda@sacknerarchive.com