A TYPED LETTER SIGNED TO JAMES COLLINS FROM JOHN HILLIARD. 1972.

£75.00

32 x 14.5cm, unfolded commercial airmail stationery with a typed letter from the conceptual artist John Hilliard to fellow artist James Collins in which he thanks Collins for the copies of “Semiotic Aspects” and “Revision and Prescription” that the latter had sent but Hilliard notes he had already read the works and “considered it worthwhile to have copies in my possession’.

“Revision and Prescription seems like a fairly explicit run-down of a current situation”. Hillaiard also notes he seems to have mutual friends in common who have mentioned Collins – namely Roger Cuitforth and Ken haw and John Marmaras. The letter is signed in full.

Badly opened but complete.