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Place Published: New York
Publisher: Judelson
Date Published: 1994

Description: 19 full page color illustrations plus black & white text illustions. text in two sections of 47pp., one in Englsh, one in Russian. 8vo, three panelled linen-backed boards, inside front panel has pasted down envelope containing two folded posters. New York: Paul Judelson Arts and Moscow: Avant-Garde, 1994. A very good (+) copy.

Comments: One of 1500 copies. Published in conjunction with Afrika's 1995 exhibition at the Osterreichisches Museum fur angewandte Kunst (MAK)

Edition: Limited
Binding: hardcover
Condition: very good(+)
Language: Russian
Type: Books

Book ID: 244788

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By This Author: BUGAEV, Sergei (AFRIKA)
By This Publisher: Judelson
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