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Morris/Trasov Archive: Colour Research

Michael Morris and Vincent Trasov
Plug In Inc.
15 × 23 cm
21 pp
Retrospective, Out of Print & Rare

Morris/Trasov Archive: Colour Research is an exhibition for the XXII Bienal Internacional de Sao Paulo, Octbober 12 – December 11. 1994.

The exhibition catalogue essay, by curator Wayne Baerwaldt, outlines the importance of the colour bar research by Michael Morris and Vincent Trasov undertaken in the early 1970s.

  1. Morris/Trasov Archive: Colour Research cover

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