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Extra Art

£90.00

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Extra Art: A Survey of Artist's Ephemera, 1960 to 1999.

A catalogue from the travelling exhibition of the same name, comprising of the most comprehensive overview of artists' produced ephemera ever compiled. It includes examples of invitations, posters, postcards, flyers, stickers, badges and business cards. This volume aims to tackle a neglected, inadequately documented, and utterly crucial terrain of recent art history.

This volume is in fine condition internally, but the dust jacket is sun damaged and ripped. The price reflects the condition of this book.

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Condition:
Fair
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
1889195480
ISBN-13:
9781889195483
Publisher:
Smart Art Press

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Extra Art: A Survey of Artist's Ephemera, 1960 to 1999.

A catalogue from the travelling exhibition of the same name, comprising of the most comprehensive overview of artists' produced ephemera ever compiled. It includes examples of invitations, posters, postcards, flyers, stickers, badges and business cards. This volume aims to tackle a neglected, inadequately documented, and utterly crucial terrain of recent art history.

This volume is in fine condition internally, but the dust jacket is sun damaged and ripped. The price reflects the condition of this book.

Condition:
Fair
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
1889195480
ISBN-13:
9781889195483
Publisher:
Smart Art Press

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