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❰Download❯ ➼ Christian Boltanski Author Christian Boltanski – African-american-literature.co Christian Boltanski born in Paris in 1944 and one of France's best known artists of the postwar generation has developed a highly personal and often disconcerting uvre that challenges basic assumptionChristian Boltanski born in Paris in 1944 and one of France's best known artists of the postwar generation has developed a highly personal and often disconcerting uvre that challenges basic assumptions of what constitutes an artwork Using media as diverse as newspaper clippings used clothes amateur snapshots and flickering shadows Boltanski forges an original universe in which he is frequently the central protagonistOne of Boltanski's favorite themes is his own life story both actual and reinvented which he evokes through startling collections of photographs and objects In other pieces he assembles seemingly mundane elements to address some of the most fundamental and disturbing contradictions of twentieth century lifeIn a beautifully written and erudite essay art historian Lynn Gumpert analyzes and provides a context for these haunting works that have the unsettling ability to be merry and morbid at the same time With over 150 black and white and 50 color illustrations that span the entire range of Boltanski's production materials and influences this insightful monograph the first to be published in English is essential reading for collectors art historians students and anyone interested in contemporary art.

Christian Boltanski born in Paris in 1944 and one of France's best known artists of the postwar generation has developed a highly personal and often disconcerting uvre that challenges basic assumptions of what constitutes an artwork Using media as diverse as newspaper clippings used clothes amateur snapshots and flickering shadows Boltanski forges an original universe in which he is frequently the central protagonistOne of Boltanski's favorite themes is his own life story both actual and reinvented which he evokes through startling collections of photographs and objects In other pieces he assembles seemingly mundane elements to address some of the most fundamental and disturbing contradictions of twentieth century lifeIn a beautifully written and erudite essay art historian Lynn Gumpert analyzes and provides a context for these haunting works that have the unsettling ability to be merry and morbid at the same time With over 150 black and white and 50 color illustrations that span the entire range of Boltanski's production materials and influences this insightful monograph the first to be published in English is essential reading for collectors art historians students and anyone interested in contemporary art.

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