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Damien Hirst

By Damien Hirst

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(London). (Jay Jopling). (1992). Small Square 4to. LIMITED SIGNED EDITION, one of 250 copies done in full blue leather, SIGNED by Damien Hirst, with 2 facsimile letters from Sophie Calle. Slightest bumping and rubbing to boards. Very minor toning to margins of leaves. VG.
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Text in French.
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Les Dormeurs

By Sophie Calle

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French text.
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M'as-tu Vue

By Sophie Calle

Our Price: $125.00
(Centre Pompidou). (2003). (Paris). 8vo. 1st edition. Text in French. Very minor bumping to corner of boards. Very light surfacewear. Binding pulling at upper headband. VG.
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(2003). 8vo. 1st edition in English. Bumping to extremities of mildly rubbed and soiled boards, with very small tear to rear joint. Some minor dust soiling to top edge of leaves. A bright copy. VG.
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This fantastical catalogue accompanies the exhibition at the Pompidou Center, Paris, Spring 2004, presenting an assemblage of pieces encompassing the years 1978-2003. It presents some 500 color & black-and-white illustrations documenting Calle's explorations of a seemingly infinite number of facets of identity, either mimetic, representational or essential. Appendices. 443p.
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The original edition first published in 1999 , was the first important book by Calle to be published in English. This new edition, published to coincide with the 2007 Venice Biennale (Calle will represent France), is identical in content to the first and reprises all of the cherished qualities of it in a more compact, hardcover format - including the signature ribbon around its middle. The story begins with Maria, a character in Auster's novel, 'Leviathan.' Double Games' first section takes readers through the few original works by Maria that Calle makes her own...& by the third section, Auster is taking Calle as his subject, and for her, invents the Gotham Handbook.
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In his 1992 novel Leviathan, Paul Auster expressed his appreciation to artist Sophie Calle for letting him use a number of episodes from her life to create a fictivecharacter named Maria, who leaves the artist to live out her own story. This book represents Calle's turning the novel into a game, and making it her own particular mix of reality and fiction. Illus., color/b&w photographs,documents, texts. 293p. Minor soiling to the boards and yellowing to the extremities.
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