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Christian Boltanski

Christian Boltanski, Dernière seconde (Last Second), 2014, LED counter, electric wire 10.5 x 50.3 x 4 cm. Courtesy: Christian Boltanski and Marian Goodman Gallery, New York/Paris, London; photo credit: Rebecca Fanuele

Dernière Seconde

London

7 Oct
Christian Boltanski, Dernière seconde (Last Second), 2014, LED counter, electric wire 10.5 x 50.3 x 4 cm. Courtesy: Christian Boltanski and Marian Goodman Gallery, New York/Paris, London; photo credit: Rebecca Fanuele

Dernière Seconde

London

6 Oct
Christian Boltanski, Dernière seconde (Last Second), 2014, LED counter, electric wire 10.5 x 50.3 x 4 cm. Courtesy: Christian Boltanski and Marian Goodman Gallery, New York/Paris, London; photo credit: Rebecca Fanuele

Dernière Seconde

London

5 Oct
Christian Boltanski, Dernière seconde (Last Second), 2014, LED counter, electric wire 10.5 x 50.3 x 4 cm. Courtesy: Christian Boltanski and Marian Goodman Gallery, New York/Paris, London; photo credit: Rebecca Fanuele

Dernière Seconde

London

4 Oct
Laure Prouvost, A cuppa tea with Trim, 2017, performance at Pirelli HangarBicocca, Milan (c) Lorenzo Palmieri

From roaming security guards and gossiping opera singers to self-help phone lines and data-driven dance

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Christian Boltanski, Dernière seconde (Last Second), 2014, LED counter, electric wire 10.5 x 50.3 x 4 cm. Courtesy: Christian Boltanski and Marian Goodman Gallery, New York/Paris, London; photo credit: Rebecca Fanuele

Marian Goodman Gallery, London

At Shanghai's Power Station of Art, a retrospective of the artist's large-scale installation work asking: why are we here?

By Arthur Solway

Grand Palais, Paris, France / Musée d'art contemporain du Val-de-Marne, Vitry-sur-Seine, France 

By Devika Singh
Nils Norman, Gavin Wade, Simon and Tom Bloor, Kiosk 5: Kite Kiosk (2008)

Various venues, Folkestone, UK

By Jonathan Griffin

Christian Boltanski interviewed by Rose Jennings

By Rose Jennings