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International Mail Art Exhibition in Osaka

Date
1985
Publisher
Osaka New Arts Center
Format
Posters
Details
Poster
Size
40 × 61 cm
Description

With literally hundreds of artists participating in this massive mail art exhibition, this poster marks the large show in Osaka, Japan. Slight pin holes and folds from its original mail out.

  1. International Mail Art Exhibition in Osaka
 

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