Titre : Christian Boltanski: Lost
Éditeur : CCA; Tramway; Douglas Hyde Gallery; Glasgow School of Art; Henry Moore Trust, Dublin
Date d'édition : 1994
Reliure : Portfolio
Illustrateur : B/w Illustrations
Etat du livre : Near Fine
Edition : First Edition
EXCEPTIONALLY RARE portfolio of the celebrated "Lost" installations, held in England, Scotland and Ireland at CCA / Glasgow School of Art,Tramway, Douglas Hyde Gallery, and the Henry Moore Trust. This documentary portfolio is housed in a stiff grey paper accordion-style file, with flap and cloth tie; titled in blind. Laid in is the introductory / acknowledgements leaf; and then 5 colored file folders: 1) Hutchinson's essay "Death and the Duck-Rabbit"; 2) Text of an interview with Boltanski; 3) "Lost Property" exhibition documentation from Tramway; 4) "Lost Property" record cards; 5) "Dead Swiss" documentation; PLUS 4 packs of time cards for "Lost Workers; PLUS 5 b/w postcards. Nice copy, almost as issued (includes original glassine outer envelope (glassine frayed with tears). Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" Tall (oblong). N° de réf. du libraire L077599
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