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#00874

John Marriott

Artist
John Marriott
Date
1996
Publisher
Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery
Format
Catalogues
Details
Paper
Size
23 × 21.5 cm
Length
Description

Exhibition catalogue. The essay by Philip Monk investigates the relation between artist and curator, artist and institution, thus mirroring Marriott’s own work which addresses the same issues. Catalogue is handsomely designed by the artist to both present his work and participate in the thesis of the show.

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