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Anatomia Diògenes: Obres inèdites acumulades entre 1988-2008.

Artist
Jordi Mitjà
Price
$28.00
Date
2008
Publisher
Crani
Format
Artists' Books
Size
20 × 28 cm
Length
68 pages
Genre
Photography, Criticism
Description

Publication by artist Jordi Mitjà, made with found photographs from 1988, that have been recovered to illustrate an essay on accumulation. It includes a critical text by curator David Armengol about the artist’s work.

Produced with the support of Bòlit. Centre d’Art Contemporani de Girona.
Design awarded by Editorial Design Awards, 2008.

Interior text in Spanish. Stitch-bound. Edition of 500.

  1. Anatomia Diògenes
 

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