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CHRISTIAN BOLTANSKI

PHOTOGRAPHS

PHOTOGRAPH OF “UNTITLED” PAINTING. 1966.

12 x 15.5cm, silver gelatine photographic print from 1966 displaying an early Boltanski painting of children in beds. Handwritten notes by an unknown person on reverse and the photographer's stamp - Marc Vaux of Paris.

UNTITLED. (BOULES). 1970.

Paris: Galerie Templon, 1970
13.2 x 18cm, b/w silver gelatine print displaying and untitled Boltanski installation of 30 small piles of dirt on the floor. With gallery rubbEr stamp impression on the reverse (possibly added later) along with period markings in pencil from its reproduction in a publication. An early image typical of the artist's output at the time - a similar image taken by Boltanski was used for the cover of the 1970 publication Cheapness Means Forgiveness. 1970. VG+.

ORIGINAL PHOTOGRAPH USED IN CATALOGUE/RECONSTITUTION. 1971. SIGNED BY BOLTANSKI. TAKEN BY SARKIS.

20 x 12cm, original b/w photograph of the artist playing a pillow fights as if a child. This was one of the original images used for printing in the Catalogue/Reconstitution 1971 artist's book. Signed in pencil on the back by Boltanski. A unique photograph in VG+ condition.
The photograph was taken by Sarkis (as we all from the book).

BOLTANSKI IN HIS STUDIO. 1973. SIGNED BY BOLTANSKI.

Edinburgh: Demarco, 1973
2-.5 x 25.5cm, offset reproduction of original photograph (now lost) with reproduced hand-annotations by Richard Demarco who took the photograph during a visit to Boltanski's studio in Paris. Mounted on board (for exhibition) this was later signed in blue ink by Christian Boltanski. VG+

VUE D’ATELIER. COMPOSITIONS MUSICALES. 1983.

17.7 x 12.7cm, b/w vintage silver gelatine print displaying three works hanging in the artist's studio - part of his Grotesques series where figurative sculpture were made from bits of wood and rubbish and photographed. Label attached on the reverse with details. Photographer unknown.

VUE D’ATELIER. COMPOSITIONS PRIMATIVES. 1983.

12.7 x 17.7cm, b/w vintage silver gelatine print displaying four works hanging in the artist's studio - part of his Grotesques series where figurative sculpture were made from bits of wood and discarded items such as buttons and photographed. Some handwriting on reverse for use in reproduction including date and title. Photographer unknown.

VUE D’ATELIER. SUR LES COTES: COMPOSITIONS HIERATIQUES. 1983.

17.7 x 12.7cm, b/w vintage silver gelatine print displaying three works hanging in the artist's studio - part of his Grotesques series where figurative sculpture were made from bits of wood and discarded items such as buttons and photographed. On the reverse is a label indicating the title and the dates of the photographs (the two left and right being 1982 and the one in the centre (Composition enchantee) from 1982. Photographer unknown.

VUE D’ATELIER. COMPOSITIONS MYTHOLOGIQUE. 1983.

17.7 x 12.7cm, b/w vintage silver gelatine print displaying one works hanging in the artist's studio - part of his Grotesques series where figurative sculpture were made from bits of wood and discarded items such as buttons and photographed. On the reverse is a label indicating the title and the date of the photograph. Photographer unknown.

MONUMENT. 1985.

NYC: n.p., 1985
5 x 5cm, colour transparency with an image of the Boltanski installation "Monument" from 1985. Handwritten legend on the plastic - a slide provided by a gallery to press or clients. VG+.

CHRISTIAN BOLTANSKI INSTALLING A WORK. JUNGE MADCHEN AUS BERLIN. 1985.

Berlin: Rene Block, 1985 21 x 20cm, original /w silver gelatine print issued to the press with an image of the artist installing the work "Junge Madchen aus Berlin" in the gallery in 1985. On the reverse is a typed label with details of the image and noting the photograph is from R. Block and a newspaper catalogue number. VG+.

MONUMENT: LES ENFANTS DE DIJON. 1986.

NYC: n.p., 1986
5 x 5cm, colour transparency with a colour image of the Boltanski installation "Monument: Les Enfants de Dijon" from 1986 which was shown at the MCA in Chicago. Handwritten legend on the plastic - a slide provided by a gallery to press or clients. VG+.

DETECTIVE. 1987.

NYC: n.p., 1987
5 x 5cm, colour transparency with a colour image of the Boltanski work Detective from 1987. Handwritten legend on the plastic - a slide provided by a gallery to press or clients. VG+.

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