Item description for Christian Boltanski: La Vie Impossible: What People Remember About Him by Christian Boltanski...
Description: "He left school very early on and made many spelling mistakes, he liked to brag about that." "He worked very little or at least that's what he said, he claimed that he lived a retiring life, that he spent his time in public gardens or in museums in winter because they were heated." 100 autobiographical statements like these are juxtaposed opposite 100 photo and document collages to form La Vie Impossible.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.11" Width: 8.16" Height: 1.39" Weight: 3.54 lbs.
Release Date Jun 15, 2002
Publisher Walther Konig
ISBN 3883755443 ISBN13 9783883755441
Availability 0 units.
More About Christian Boltanski
Christian Boltanski was born in Paris in 1944. His numerous solo exhibitions include shows at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art & Design, in Kansas City, Missouri, and the Contemporary Art Museum in Houston. He has shown four times at the Venice Biennale. Boltanski is represented in New York by the Marian Goodman Gallery.
Christian Boltanski currently resides in Paris. Christian Boltanski was born in 1944.