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Seventh Dream of Teenage Heaven

Bureau for Open Culture
Artists' Books
12.7 × 21 × 1.7 cm

Published with the exhibition of the same title (Jan 27–Mar 12, 2011). Curated by James Voorhies and organized by Bureau for Open Culture for Columbus College of Art & Design. Featuring work and writing by Guy Ben-Ner, Joachim Brohm, Gerard Byrne, Malcolm Cochran, Peter Dayton, Ben Kinsley, Lara Kohl, Jeremy Kost, Mark Leckey, Mary Lum, Dennis McNulty, Timothy Nazzaro, Johannes Nyholm, Pipilotti Rist, Cassandra Troyan, Jeffrey Vallance and Alejandro Vidal.

  1. Seventh Dream of Teenage Heaven

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