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Pharmacopia

Artist
General Idea
Date
1992
Publisher
Generalitat de Catalunya
Format
Catalogues
Size
21 × 30 cm
Length
64 pages
Description

Catalogue for the exhibition “Fin de Siècle” held in Stuttgart, Barcelona, Hamburg, Toronto, Columbus and San Francisco 1992-93.

Exhibition titled “Pharmacopia” in Barcelona.
Text in Catalan with English translation.

  1. Pharmacopia
 

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