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Jamelie Hassan - Material Knowledge: A Moral Art of Crisis

Price
$25.00
Date
1984
Format
Catalogues
Size
20 × 28 cm
Length
31 pp
Genre
Painting, Out of Print & Rare
Description

In the summer of 1983, Jamelie Hassan exhibited 3 of her recent works at Toronto’s Canadian National Exhibition in Attitudes, a selection of contemporary art. This catalogue was produced on this occasion.

The poetry and critical writing of Christopher Dewdney, her lifelong friend, is included.

  1. Jamelie Hassan cover
 

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