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World 3

Price
$57.00
Date
2014
Publisher
Casco
Format
Artists' Books
Genre
Conversations, Fiction, Poetry, Theory, History, Journalism
Description

WORLD 3, an artist publication by The Otolith Group that assembles a conversation between the philatelic design of independent African states, letters from the diaspora of the digital auction and quotations from Pan-Africanist poetry, fiction, journalism, theory and history.

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