March 1988

Little Sparta: Wild Hawthorn Press, 1988
16.5 x 14cm, 1pp. Artist's card with a quote from Catherine Millet "I saw a work, I saw Nazi signs carved on it, basta...

NYC: Kent Fine Art, 1988 14.5 x 10.5cm, 40pp plus card covers. Unprinted red dust jacket. Exhibition catalogue with five sculptural works illustrated in b/w and minimal text. Fine. ...

Little Sparta: Wild Hawthorn Press, 1988
10 x 14cm, 1pp. Artist's card with an aggressive text about Finlay's enemy Blum:
Pick
Michel Blum
petal by
petal
Finlay compares this to the "flaying of Marsyas" the satyr who upset Apollo and was killed in the most painful manner. Finlay is suggesting a similar fate, albeit only in metaphor, for Michel Blum the "intellectual terrorist". VG+.

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Little Sparta: Wild Hawthorn Press, 1988
11.2 x 16.5cm, 1pp. Artist's card with two quotes - the first by Michael Archer in Art Monthly attacking Finlay for suggesting that Waldemar should be repatriated and pointing out the critic was from Berkshire not Poland.
The second quote suggests that Berkshire "is the sort of county that given half a chance would impose a toll to keep out the riff-raff and as such it attracts the sort of riff-raff who have acquired sufficient money to be allowed in...