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In Three Parts

Artist
Stephen Ellwood
Format
Artists' Books
Description

A wonderful artist book much in the style of early conceptual bookworks from the late 60’s, only in this case combined with Ellwood’s sharp, bad-assed text. The book is composed of simple red text on white. A must for artists book lovers of past and present. Signed edition of 100.

  1. In Three Parts
 

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