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Pittenweem: Cairn, n.d. (2015)
10.5 x 15cm, 2pp, typographic announcement card for a joint show between Bellingham and Thomas A. Clark where the space was covered in coloured diagonal lines. VG+.

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Iona: Iona Craft Shop, 2015
21 x 15cm, letterpress and foil stamping on thick white card, 2pp. Bellingham was commissioned by the Iona Craft Shop to create a new work and he made various scale models of the planets out of bronze and buried them in a remote field on the island of Iona. Each was buried a relative distance from the surface as their average orbits are from the sun. There is no overground record other than the map on the back of this card that shows where the works are - and even that map only shows the outline of the field. Jupiter was the size of an orange and Pluto (hmmm - a planet?) the size of a pea. Mercury is four inches from ground level and Neptune is found nine feet deep.
There are two cards - one on white, the other on brown, this is the former..
"There is nothing to see, just a story to tell about a buried solar system that mimics the one about our heads."

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Edinburgh: Scottish National Portrait Gallery, 2015
25./4 x 23.3cm, 64pp plus boards. First edition of this photobook by Finlay collaborator Gillanders with 31 black and white photographs documenting Little Sparta, in Scotland, accompanied by an essay by Gillanders and an Aafterword by Alec Finlay. VG+.

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Paris: Dilecta Editions, 2015
30 x 22cm, 64pp plus card covers. Additionally there are seven 30 x 22cm, 1pp sheets of adhesive stickers with one work by each of the participating artists. The exhibition catalogue of a exhibition curated by Hans Ulrich Obrist and Christian Boltanski at the Monnaie de Paris where all of the works were available for the visitors to take home (at least in part). Boltanski's contribution was a dispersion of second hand clothing in printed paper bags.
Other artists included James Lee Byars, Gilbert & George, Jeremy Deller, Hans-Peter Feldmann, Douglas Gordon, Carsten Holler, Jonathan Horowitz, Gustav Metzger, Philippe Parreno, Yoko Ono and others.
The catalogue also acted as a sticker album - the colour stickers on the sheets being expected to be peeled off and places in the correct space in the book. This copy retains all of the stickers on the original sheets and is VG+.

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