EXHIBITION CATALOGUES

Paris: Centre Pompideau, 2019
43.5 x 30.5cm, 8pp exhibition handout/exhibition catalogue for the major Paris exhibItion - this being the French language version. One large double page work reproduced across the middle pages and 40 works listed with small colour photographs as well as gallery plan. There is an interview with Bernard Blistene. Folded for storage else VG+.

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Paris: Centre Pompideau, 2019
43.5 x 30.5cm, 8pp exhibition handout/exhibition catalogue for the major Paris exhibItion - this being the English language version. One large double page work reproduced across the middle pages and 40 works listed with small colour photographs as well as gallery plan. There is an interview in English with Bernard Blistene. Folded for storage else VG+.

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London: Marian Goodman Gallery, 2018
30 x 21cm, 2pp. Gallery handout for the show of video works and installations. Short text on the work and one installation view of Animitas - a film of a field of bells on metal stalks being sounded by the wind. VG+.
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London: Marian Goodman Gallery, 2018
30 x 21cm, 1pp. Injet printout as issued - a list with small images of the seven works exhibited with descriptions. VG+.

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Milano: Pirelli HangarBicocca, 2018, 2001
15 x 10.4cm, 20pp plus card covers. Exhibition catalogue for the large scale exhibition (one in a series) that were curated by Boltanski and Hans Ulrich Obrist where visitors could take artworks away (much like Boltanski's Dispersion installations). texts in Enlgish and Italian, one b/w image of Boltanski's contribution - Dispersion but from the first of the shows in London in 1995. Another double page colour image of the Felix Gonzalez Torres"Untitled (revenge)". VG+.

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Tokyo: Metropolitan Teien Art Museum, 2016
30 x 19cm, 124pp plus card covers and printed pictorial dust-jacket. Exhibition catalogue for a major Japanese show with many colour images of the exhibition and in particular a major shadow play work and several videos of public installations. Printed on various paper stocks (some transparent) there are also interviews in Japanese and English. VG+.
This copy is signed in black ink on the inner dust-jacket by Boltanski.

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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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Grand-Hornu: Musee des Arts Contemporains au Grand-Hornu,2015
15.5 x 11.5cm, outer card folder which opens to 6pp (unprinted). Tipped in such that they open up to 42 x 30cm, 1pp are posters on the left and right sides of the open sheets for the two works (Les Registres du Grand-Hornu and Apres), in the middle is a 15 x 10cm, 8pp with texts by Laurent Busine and Boltanski in French.
An unusually designed exhibition catalogue for the artist's Belgium show. VG+. Scarce.

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Grand-Hornu: Musee des Arts Contemporains, 2015
35.5 x 23.5cm, 4pp museum handout for the large retrospective which divided the works up into 7 sections - Les Pendus, Le Spectateur, Lew Boites, Les Vetements, La Lumiere, Les Archives du Coeur, Les Compteurs. The handout is in French and English with both sections with the same images - seven small b/w installation views and an interview with Botlanski in both languages. VG+.

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Grand-Hornu: Musee des Arts Contemporains, 2015
30 x 21cm, 8pp museum catalogue for the large retrospective which divided the works up into 7 sections - Les Pendus, Le Spectateur, Lew Boites, Les Vetements, La Lumiere, Les Archives du Coeur, Les Compteurs. Two large colour images of a Box installation and a huge clothing installation (a mountain of discarded clothes), several smaller colour images and one b/w image. VG+

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Buenos Aires: Ciudad de Buenos Aires, 2013
25 x 19cm, 282pp plus pictorial card covers. Exhibition catalogue and monograph following the artist's major and large scale exhibition in the city. Full colour images throughout and essays in Portuguese and French by Diana Wechsler, Jean Herbert Martin and an interview with Anibal Jozami. One installation not seen elsewhere to our knowledge was in the Bibliotheque Nationale with 500 books suspended in the air above the room.
The photographic records of the events and the viewers are somewhat interesting and in some ways this is a photo-book of the exhibition and the visit. VG+.

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Edinburgh: Heart Gallery at Summerhall, 2011
30 x 21cm, 12pp plus original wrappers. Exhibition catalogue issued for an exhibition from Paul Robertson's collection of works, artist's books and ephemera which was the first ever exhibition at the Summerhall Art Centre. Text in English by Robertson, six images of works in colour and a listing of the entire contents of the show. VG+.

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VItteaux: Les Presses du réel, 2010
21.2 x 12.4cm, 44pp plus card covers. Exhibition catalogue with 4 colour images and 4 b/w images of shadow projections onto the outside of buildings from silhouettes cut out by the artist. Eight b/w lithographs reproduce the cut outs. Essay in French by Estelle Beauseigneur and an interview with Boltanski with Xavier Douroux. VG+.

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