Publisher: Xunta de Galicia, Consellería de Cultura, Comunicación Social e Turismo,...,
Description:New. No dust jacket as issued. First edition (English), first...New. No dust jacket as issued. First edition (English), first printing. Soft cover. Photographically illustrated stiff wrappers with French folds. Edited by Gloria Moure. Essays (in English) by Jean Clair, José Jiménez and Gloria Moure and interview with Christian Boltanski by Gloria Moure. Includes a biography, exhibition history, bibliography and detailed catalogue of works. 224 pp. with numerous four-color plates, black and white plates and reference illustrations. 10 x 8 3/8 inches. CONDITION: New in publisher's shrink-wrap. An excellent catalogue on the works of Boltanski. Published on the occasion of the 1996 exhibition Christian Boltanski: Advent and Other Times, curated by Gloria Moure, at the Centro Galego de Arte Contemporánea.
Publisher: Agnes B. and Hans-Ulrich Obrist/ Point d'Ironie, 2010
Description:Very Good. This art periodical issue #50 is with the work of...Very Good. This art periodical issue #50 is with the work of Christian Boltanski; two sheets issed like a newspaper folded in the middle (8pages); folded out size: 24 x 34in; folded size like newspaper: 12 x 17in; "A hybrid periodical-half magazine, half poster"..."this is not a newspaper but about art and every issue is created by an artist, a cinéaste, a photographer, a musician, a writer and given carte blanche"; it is not signed; unlimited edition; it has some small creases to the paper similar to a newspaper; EXCELLENT COND.
Description:Good. Ships from the UK. Former Library book. Shows some signs...Good. Ships from the UK. Former Library book. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Your purchase also supports literacy charities.
Publisher: Agnes B. and Hans-Ulrich Obrist/ Point d'Ironie, 2002
Description:Very Good. This original art periodical is by Christian...Very Good. This original art periodical is by Christian Boltanski; image: "A Couple is Dancing"; issued #26 published in 2002; it is not signed; published in an unlimited edition but no longer available; the image is revealed little by little on each sheet, but tells us nothing of their fate."; two copies are needed to complete the one large image (PLEASE NOTE: we are selling 2 copies of this issue together so viewers can have the complete image); the full size of two of the sheets when put together: 48 x 34in (folded size of one sheet: 12 x 17in, and the opened size: 24 x 17in); from the publisher: "this is not a newspaper but about art and every issue is created by an artist, a cinéaste, a photographer, a musician, a writer and given carte blanche"; offset printed; printed on a thin frosted mylar like paper; there is no text except the very tiny publisher's information (too tiny to photograph) on front sheet printed on the edge: "Christian Boltanski. Agnes B. And Hans-Ulrich Obrist, 2002.."; these 4 sheets are easy for framing all together; there are just a few creases in the thin paper; otherwise both copies are in VERY GOOD COND.
Description:Near Fine. No Jacket. 4to-over 9¾"-12" Tall Small nick to...Near Fine. No Jacket. 4to-over 9¾"-12" Tall Small nick to foredge of upper cover (midsection); slight rubbing to covers (black cloth over plain medium heavy stock cardboard, upper cover printed black; chiefly at edges); previous owner's pencil annotations at head of title page; else a near fine copy internally.  pages (unpaginated). Double-column listing of names (without illustrative material), "Published by the Henry Moore Sculpture Trust for the exhibition The Workpeople [sic] of Halifax 1877-1982, 16th June-27th October 1995, at The Henry Moore Studio, Dean Clough Halifax England" (colophon).
Description:Fine. No dust jacket as issued. First edition, first printing....Fine. No dust jacket as issued. First edition, first printing. Soft cover. Stiff wrappers with French folds, printed with the Red Cross logo in red and title in black, no dust jacket as issued. Artist's book reproducing Red Cross posters with text (in French, English and German) by Christian Boltanski. 88 pp., with 78 black-and-white illustrations. 9-6/16 x 5-11/16 inches. Published on the occasion of the 1994 exhibition "Diese Kinder suchen ihre Eltern" at the Museum Ludwig, Köln. This first edition was limited to 2000 copies. Out of print. Very scarce. CONDITION: Fine. From the artist: "In devastated post-war Germany, thousands of children were left displaced or homeless. They did not know how to find their parents, and in some cases did not even know their own name or age. The Red Cross took up their cause, and printed posters with their photographs and information on special characteristics in an attempt to find a family for them again. Now fifty years have passed, and when I look at the faces of these lost children I find myself trying to imagine what has become of them. They have become part of the post-war history of Germany....Has fate brought them happy or unhappy lives, made them rich or poor? I should like to find them again. They are about my own age, and their history is similar in some ways to mine, to ours. We, too, are in search of our parents."
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