January 1981

Paris: Editions Galilee, 1981
21.5 x 13.7cm, 174pp plus card covers. A novel by the French author which has an original collage on the front by Boltanski. Annie Lauran was the pseudonym of Myriam Boltanski - the artist's mother! - a fact that was hidden until 2015. VG+.
Reference: Flay Boltanski Catalogue Page 150.

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Little Sparta: Wild Hawthorn Press, 1981
20.3 × 16.5cm, black on lilac printed outer folder with title content of a single 20.3 × 16.5cm offset lithograph printed black on blue laid paper with the word "SYMBOLISME".
One of Finlay's innovative colour paper prints (in fact the third such published) where the medium utilised is as important as the printed words, this is a visual poem in some sense that the paper colour of the inner sheet is associated with the out of fashion painterly movement as well as the sea. Moreover - Finlay emphasises a parallel between the memorial graves of dead sailors that have never been found and the death of symbolism which often used death and water as major themes.
Later a public work based on this metaphor was built in the the medieval garden of the Musée de l'Oeuvre Notre-Dame.

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Heidelburg: Edition Staeck, 1972 15 x 10.5cm, 2pp artist postcard with the famous image of Beuys marching towards the camera - released as part of the Seri D Originalgrafik edition by the publisher. This example has a Die Grunen rubber stamp impression (with leaf motif) in green on the back along with an FIU stamp as well as short handwritten notes by Richard Demarco and Joseph Beuys - dated 29/1/1981. A mailed example but still in VG+ condition....

Munchen: Galerie Schellmann & Kluster, 1980
15 x21cm, 1pp reed on white card typographic announcement card for an exhibition of new sculptures and the reinstallation of the work "Zeige deine wunde" (Show your wound) in the gallery that had previously been shown in the same space by Beuys in 1976. VG+.

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