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#11437

Not a line, but a poem

Artist
Eunice Luk
Price
$8.00
Date
2014
Publisher
Nieves
Format
Artists' Books
Description

A poem can be anything – a snippet, a verse, a shape, a line, or two.
Not a line, but a poem is a series of drawings attempting to connect and arrange feelings, places and objects in a gesture of space.

  1. Not a line, but a poem
 

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