Christian Boltanski

Born in Paris in 1944. Lives and works in Malakoff.

Christian Boltanski is a French visual artist that works with mixed media installations. Preoccupied with themes of remembrance, mortality, childhood and the passing of time, his artworks, which include photography, sculpture, painting and installation, often work as narratives that reflect both societal spectrums and personal features. From story to History, Boltanski emerges as one of the leading artist in the contemporary art scene since the early 1970s, exhibiting in the most important museums worldwide. The French museum Centre Pompidou will dedicate to the artist an exhibition during Fall 2019.

Available artwork

© Galeria Solo

La chanteuse, 2002

Photograph

79 x 124 cm

Price on request

© Galeria Solo

Petites ombres blanches, 2018

12 photographs on veil

Variable dimension

Edition of 3 + 1 AP

Price on request

© Galeria Solo

Âmes blanches, 2018

Photographs on veil

Variable dimension

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Entre-temps, 2015

Lenticular print

Print: 39.5 x 29cm

Frame: 45 x 35 cm

Ed: 2/3 + 1AP

Price on request

© Galeria Solo

Après (VI), 2013

Photograph on veil, grey frame, plexiglass

240 x 190 cm

Price on request

© Galeria Solo

Après, 2018

Light bulbs, wire

Variable dimension

Ed. 1/3 +1 AP

Price on request

© Jorge Brantmayer

Le manteau, 2000

Coat, light bulbs and

electric wire

Variable dimension

Price on request

© Galeria Solo

Le fantôme de Hamburgerstrasse, 1994

Photograph

107 x 161 cm

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© Galeria Solo

Monument noir, 2009

Cardboard, black tape

Variable dimension

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© Christian Boltanski

Monument, 1986

Framed black and white photograph,

21 frames, light bulbs and electric wire

15 x 20 cm (each frame)

100 x 163 cm (complete installation)

Price on request