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256 pages. 3 color & 14 b/w ill.
“A unique and fascinating memoir” (ForeWord).
“This gripping overview of the artist’s life and work is especially welcome” (ARTnews).
“Absorbing…Perhaps more so than any other living artist, Boltanski is a voice for those who endured the horrors of the Holocaust” (Bookforum).
“Joins a small shelf of similarly indelible books, such as Marcel Duchamp’s interview with Pierre Cabanne or Howard Hawks’s with Joseph McBride [that] can be read and reread with pleasure” (Luc Sante).
“An inspired book that prompts the reader to ponder one’s own childhood and mortality…a provocative read” (Rain Taxi).