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Guillaume Bijl: works 1991-1996

Guillaume Bijl
Museum Van Hedendaagse Kunst
30 × 22 × 2 cm

Exhibition catalogue for Bijl’s travelling show in Antwerpen, Freiburg, Hannover, Sittard, Montreal and Graz. Essay’s by Stephan Berg and Frank Vande Veire. Excellent reproductions of Bijl’s work. Among the headlights are is Bijl’s Documenta Wax Museum shown at Documenta IX where Bijl’s created wax figures of seminal artists previously featured such as Joseph Beuys. Brillant!

  1. Guillaume Bijl: works 1991-1996

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