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Superstar Shadow

Artist
Garry Neill Kennedy
Date
2006
Publisher
Museum London
Format
Catalogues
Details
Paper
ISBN
1-8972-15-09-06
Size
21 × 26.5 × 1 cm
Length
139 
Description

Over twenty years, Garry Neill Kennedy had at least fifteen Superstar Shadow exhibitions, this book examines each in turn and puts the project in its proper context.

  1. Superstar Shadow
 

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