Magazine directed by Jan Donia, Gosse Oosterhof, Johannes van der Wolk. Print in black and white. Texts in English. The magazine is dedicated to the latest trends in Dutch contemporary art in comparison with various international experiences, in particular land art and conceptual art, particularly focused on ecological environmental issues and criticism of the consumer society. Detailed list of folders: - n. 1) 1972/1973 [September 1972]: 22 loose unnumbered sheets, numerous photographic images and reproductions of works and frames taken from video. Introductory texts by A.J.Teychiné Stakenburg and Adrian van der Staay. Texts by Jaap Bremer («New Light Objects by Jan van Munster»); Jan Donia ("Wim Gijzen"); Johannes van der Wolk ("Juan Genovés. Identification, 1966", with the reproduction of a work). Works and projects by Jan van Munster and Wim Gijzen, a reproduction of a work by Carla Kaper. - n. 2) 1972/1973 [October / November 1972]: 22 numbered loose sheets, numerous reproductions of works. Texts by Jan Donia. Works and projects by Charlie van Rest (including a work in collaboration with Paul Beckman); John den Blanken, Joop Schafthuisen. - n. 3) 1972/1973 [December 1972]: 20 loose numbered sheets, numerous photographic images and reproductions of works and frames taken from video. Texts by Jan Donia, H. van Haaren ("The artist duo Louis-Anne"). Works by Joseph Beuys, Dennis Oppenheim, Pieter Engels, Terry Fox, Jan van den Munster, Wim Gijzen, Rainer W. Fassbinder, Félix Labisse, Leendert Stockman, Louis-Anne (Louis Loijschelder and Anne Boer). A 21x10 cm leaflet is editorially attached. which completely unrolled measures 21x30 cm .: «Gelukkig nieuwjaar 1973 / Meilleurs voeux de nouvel an 1973 / Happy new year 1973», greeting card with the composition of 3 color images. Louis-Anne design. - n. 4) 1972/1973 [March 1973]: 22 loose numbered sheets, numerous reproductions of works (one of which turned in sepia). Texts by Pierre Restany ("There was once a certain Woody van Amen ..."), Paul Delvaux. Paul Bonger, Rick Vermeulen. Works of Woody van Amen, Pol Bury, Paul Delvaux, E. Xajek, K. Novak, V. Bakic, Robert Morris, Richard Long, Wim T. Schippers, Axel van der Kraan, Ger van Elk, Bruce Baille, Enrico Baj ( "Enrico baj exhibition: Burial of the anarchist Pinelli", exhibition at the Boymans-van Beuningen Museum, 17 March - 29 April 1973). The two reproductions of Baj's work are accompanied by a text: "Sixteen people were killed in a bomb explosion in a Milan bank on 12 December 1969. Among those arrested was the anarchist Piro [ma Pino, or Giuseppe] Pinelli, who was interrogated by the police for four days. On 16 December Pinelli "fell" from the window of the Commissioner Luigi Calabresi’s office on the fourth floor of the Milan plice headquarters. The police stated that he had committed suicide rather than confess. No-one knows what really happened before Pinelli fell to his death. Enrico Baj’s 12-meter wide combination of object and painting "Burial of the anarchist Pinelli", is an impassioned indictment of violence and injustice on the part of official authorities. On the morning of the day on which the exhibition featuring the painting was to be opened in Milan, Luigi Calabresi was murdered by a professional killer. He was officially priased as an exemplary police officier. The exhibition was canceled ". - n. 5) 1972/1973 [May 1973]: 22 numbered loose sheets, numerous photographic images and reproductions of works. Issue dedicated to Rotterdam Poetry International, with photographic portraits of Gunter Grass, Allen Ginsberg, Brian Patten, Jurgen Becker, Ted Joans. Texts by C. Buddingh, Hans Oskamp, Brian Patten, Jurgen Becker, Jan Donia. Works by Wim Gijzen, Andrej Voznesensky, Leo Geurts, Lambert Maertens, Tomas Rajlich, Ronald B. Kitaj, Richard Estes, William T. Wiley. - n. 6) 1972/1973 [July 1973]: 22 numbered loose sheets, numerous photographic images and reproductions of works. Texts by Johannes van der Wolk ("Maria Carlier's Man-Sculptures") and other anonymous texts. Works of Dennis Oppenheim, Pieter Engels, Peter Hutchinson, Ger Dekkers, Ger van Elk, Marcel Broodthaers («Série de neuf tableaux en langue néerlandaise sur un sujet de peinture, 1973»), Maria Carlier, Ivor Abrahams, Costas Tsoclis, Paul van Hoeydonk, Roger Raveel, Jan van Muster. - n. 7) 1972/1973 [September 1973]: 21 loose numbered sheets, numerous photographic images and reproductions of works. Anonymous texts. Works by Arie van Geest, Krzyzanovski, Jiri Kolar, Domenico Gnoli, Woody van Amen, Arie de Groot, Charlie van Rest, Cees van der Geer. An editorial strip of paper 4.2x21.5 cm attached. with the text: "After publication of this issue of R.A.N. the publication and exhibition of the new magazine 4+ are postponed untill early 1974 ". - n. 8) 1972/1973 [November 1973]: 22 loose numbered sheets, numerous photographic images and reproductions of works. Texts by Joe Tilson and other anonymous. Works by Man Ray, Jean Le Gac ("The painter", complete preview project, images and text of the artist in English translation), Joe Tilson, Carel Willink, Giorgio de Chirico, Max Ernst, Salvador Dalì, René MagrittePaul Delvaux . - n. 9) 1974 [January 1974]: 22 numbered loose sheets, numerous photographic images and reproductions of works. Texts by Hans de Vries, Jan Donia, Albert Roskam, Kees Broos. Works by Wim Gijzen, Hans de Vries, Dado, Ursula, Bernard Schultze. - n. 10) 1974 [March 1974]: 22 loose numbered sheets, 1 table in black and red on a white background «Wladimir Majakovski» which accompanies the poster «Majakovski Program», numerous photographic images, reproductions of works and frames taken from films. Texts by anonymous authors. Works by Les Krims, Richard Lindner, Hans-Peter Feldmann ("11 Bilder von Feldmann"), Salvo (3 previews for the exhibition at the Galerie ‘t Venster, April 27 - May 23, 1974). Films by Thomas Koerfer, Miquel Littin, Peter Whitehead, George Moorse, Darryl Duke, Daniel Duval. - n. 11) 1974 [May 1974]: 22 loose numbered sheets, numerous photographic images and reproductions of works. Texts by C. Buddingh ', P. Hoenderdos, Achille Bonito Oliva (presentation text of James Coleman's exhibition, taken from the Paris Biennale Catalog 1973) and other anonymous texts. Text dedicated to V Rotterdam Poetry International. Poetic compositions by Fleur Adcock, Jehud Amichai, Breyten Breytenbach, Joseph Brodsky, Edgar Cairo, Mario Cesariny de Vasconcelos, Hans Magnus Enzesberger, Dieter Fringeli, Abdul Hadi, Zbigniew Herbert, Miroslav Holub, Jerome Rothenberg, Bert Schierbeek. Works by Alex Colville, John Salt, Howard Kanovitz, Gerhard Richter, Konrad Klaphek, Claudio Bravo, David Hepher, Jacques Monory. - n. 12) 1974 [July 1974]: 22 loose numbered sheets, 1 postal card f.t. with the text by Piet van Daalen printed in red on a white background: «Denken kan goed zijn / en niet denken ook» [Reflecting is good / but also not reflecting sometimes it is] related to the action «Residu / Residue» by Jan Donia . Dossier devoted largely to Jan Donia's "Residu / Residue" project scheduled for 25 August 1975, with the reproduction of correspondence and various drawings. With Jacob Zekveld's text "The last will of the Marquis de Sade" accompanied by numerous images), and photographic images by Mari Boeyen.