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#12569

Tit for Tat

Artist
Manuel Saiz
Price
$20.00
Date
2014
Publisher
One True Art Books, Berlin
Format
Artists' Books
Size
10.5 × 15 cm
Length
170 pages
Genre
Poetry, Sculpture
Description

Tit for Tat is a book difficult to categorize, as it might be seen simultaneously and alternatively as a collection of poems, a manual of sculpture, an historical novel or a staged hyperlink experience. At first sight is a miscellanea of anecdotes and stories in which there is a certain sculptural quality

  1. Tit for Tat
 

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