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Maureen Gruben
Emily Carr University Press
22.5 × 33 cm
111 pp
Indigenous Art & Artists, Environment, Sculpture

QULLIQ is a monograph on the work of Inuvialuit contemporary artist Maureen Gruben, with texts by Kyra Kordoski, Tarah Hogue, Tania Willard, and Cate Rimmer. Edited by Kay Higgins and Kathy Slade.

Cloth-bound, colour.

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