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Nottinghams: Tarasque Press, 1971
7.5 x 22cm, 76pp with one fold out page. Original card wrappers with pictorial dust jacket designed by Margot Sandeman. This artist's book consists of appropriated fisherman's slips (the paper slips put on boxes of fish to identify the seller) which are one and two word poems in this form. One of 300 signed and numbered copies. VG+. Murray 3.38.

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Paris: Grand Salon de L'Hotel Moderne Palace, 1971
10.5 x 14.8cm, 1pp typographic announcement card for a joint show with Jean Le Gac. The two artists had met early on in Boltanski's career and the latter gives Le Gac credit for influencing his work and showing him "the ropes" of the Parisian artwork. They did many early joint shows and projects together where they contributed to collective artist's books often along with Annette Messager (who soon became Boltanski's life long lover and sometimes collaborator). This seems to have been the artist's fourth or fifth show although a definitive list of exhibitions is not available anywhere.
This is a rare document in VG+ condition.

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Dunsyre: Wild Hawthorn Press, 1971
10.5 x 14.8cm, 2pp. Red and black silkscreen on cream card with a drawing (by A. Doyle Moore) of the named ship which is silhouetted in heavy black against the sky. The boat type is a zulu and the one pictured called "Chieftain". The reference is presumably to a black native chief hence a visual poem - something that more modern sensibilities would nowadays probably not be acceptable. VG+.

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