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The Power of Theatrical Madness

Artists' Books
Performance Art, Photography

Edition 3,000 copies

30 b&w photographic plates by Mapplethorpe and 8 full-page illustrations by Fabre

Featuring an original essay by Kathy Acker

Hardcover, perfect-bound, b/w

  1. The Power of Theatrical Madness

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