Hans Peter Feldmann Tag

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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Glasgow: CCA, 1995
15 x 15cm, 2pp typographic design announcement card for an exhibition where the works were created from instructions of the artists without their personal intervention. Curated by Hans Ulrich Obrist, Other artists include Felix Gonzalez Torres, Hans-Peter Feldmann, Paul-Armand Gette, Mike Kelley, Rirkrit Tiravanija and others. VG+

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Munich/Stuttgart (St. Gallen): Octogan Verlag, 1993
18 x 12cm, 12pp plus card covers. Artist's book displaying six photographs of meals - each image being brightly coloured and fully saturated to make the posed images seem other-worldly and to emphasis their "fakery". The images resemble those used on restaurant menu boards.
This is one of 400 copies found in "World Soup" - this was Hans Ulrich Obrist's first ever curated exhibition and had major contributions by Hans Peter Feldmann, Roman Signer, Paul-Armand Gette, Fischli and Weiss, Richard Wentworth, C.O. Paeffgen, Frederic Bruly Bouabre. And each like Boltanski included an original publication or print to the catalogue which was published in only 400 copies.
Additionally there was a 30 x 21cm, 16pp pluys card covers general catalogue for the show which each artist provided a page contribution to - Bolanski showed two colour photographs of a kitchen cupboard but the second image has had a candle photo-manipulated into the image.
A rare publication - and this example has the Boltanski booklet signed on the first page in ink. All VG+ in like folder.
Reference: Calle Boltanski Artist's Books Page 77

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Berlin: AQ Verlag, n.d (1972)
20 x 20.7cm, unpaginated (c. 112pp) plus pictorial wrappers. A single number of this photographic and art journal - here Boltanski has two original contributions - 10 SCENES DE LA VIE ENFANTINE DE CHRISTIAN BOLTANSKI INTERPRETEE LE 12 JUIN 1971 PAR FRANCOISE GUINIOU ET LET PETITS JEAN ET MARTINE and ESSAI DE RECONSTITUTION DES 46 JOURS QUE PRECEDERENT LA MORT DE FRANCOISE GUINIOU (EXTRAITS). Neither to our knowledge is reproduced elsewhere. The former being six b/w images of children acting out scenes from Boltanski's supposed memories. The second the same photographs and more displayed as contact prints from a film role. One is expected (one presumes) to see the latter as the documentation of the previous project and that Francoise Guiniou somehow died soon after the photoshoot.
There are other original pageworks by Paul-Armand Gette, Jean Le Gac, Hans-Peter Feldmann, Jochen Gerz and Anthony McCall.
Not in any catalogue raisonne.

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