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Christian BOLTANSKI

Nationality: french

Christian Boltanski's early conceptual art explored his own childhood and identity through films, such as "Everything I Remember" (1969), mail art, records, and artist books that included photos of his building blocks and school compositions. His fetishized assemblages of appropriated materials and photographs include such works as Habits of François C (c. 1971), twenty-five framed photographs of items from a boy's wardrobe. His Holocaust installations of found-photographs of 1930s school children, with piles of clothing and other objects belonging to the dead, trigger collective memory. Boltanski has worked in anthropology museums, and his arrangements of photos and objects function as "specimens" rich in symbolism and associations.
- Patricia Schaefer

6 MOVIES IN DISTRIBUTION

L'APPARTEMENT DE LA RUE DE VAUGIRARD
1973 / b&w / sound / single screen / 7' 00 / 29 €
distribution: 16mm
COMMENT POUVONS-NOUSLE SUPPORTER?
1970 / color / silent / single screen / 0' 30 / 24 €
distribution: 16mm
DERRIÈRE LA PORTE
1970 / color / sound / single screen / 2' 30 / 24 €
distribution: 16mm
L'HOMME QUI LÈCHE
1969 / color / sound / single screen / 2' 30 / 24 €
distribution: 16mm
L'HOMME QUI TOUSSE
1969 / color / sound / single screen / 3' 30 / 24 €
distribution: 16mm
TOUT CE DONT JE ME SOUVIENS
1969 / color / sound / single screen / 2' 40 / 24 €
distribution: 16mm