RECORDS

Paris: Marion Goodman, n.d. (2017)
Standard 7inch single, 45 rpm in card sleeve. The music consists of two French lullabies (Il Était Un Petit Navire and Sainte-Elizabeth) and a traditional song from Bretagne (Fais Dodo Colas Mon Petit Frère).
This edition was probably made up from unused records from the deluxe edition of Boltanski's 1991 release "Livres", in which 60 copies of the record was included. This later re-release is one of 20 numbered copies each with a unique cover (an original photograph tipped onto the card sleeve. This version is unopened and unplayed - and in original plastic wrapping (hence the poor quality of the image here).

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Paris: Association Francaise d'Action Artistique, 1985
26.5 x 16.5cm, 12 inch LP (33rpm) in gatefold sleeve. The auditory documentation of an exhibition curated by Michel Nuridsany which included work by Bertrand, Buren, Lavier and Sarkis as well as Boltanski. The record has "Reconstitution De Chansons Qui Ont Été Chantées A Christian Boltanski Entre 1944 Et 1946" (3 minutes 48 seconds). There is a b/w image of the artist from one of his performances.
There is also a 26 x 26cm, 12pp insert with two pages given over to each artist (the text on Boltanski is accompanied by a colour image from the Les Ombres. Both VG+. Very scarce.

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