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#10661

txtrapolis: Contemporary Text-Based Art from Singapore

Price
$10.00
Date
2005
Publisher
Nayang Academy of Fine Arts
Format
Artists' Books
ISBN
981-05-3953-3
Size
14.5 × 18.5 × 1 cm
Length
95 
Description

Softcover, saddle stitched, folded back and cover pages, stencil-cut cover page, colour illustration, English text.

Exhibition catalogue for “txtrapolis: Contemporary Text-Based Art from Singapore” at Nayang Academy of Fine Arts Gallery 2, September 3 – 11, 2005.

Includes selected works and writings by exhibiting artists.

  1. txtrapolis: Contemporary Text-Based Art from Singapore
 

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