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Bunny : staring Gwendoline Christie / Polly Borland ; [edited by Mark Holborn]
Bib ID 4657429
Format BookBook
Author
Borland, Polly, 1959-
 
Description London : Other Criteria, c2008 
1 v. (unpaged) : col. ill. ; 32 cm. + booklet. 
ISBN 9781904212232
Notes

Includes a bound-in leaflet (13 p.) "A poem / Nick Cave ; A story / Will Self."

Subjects Christie, Gwendoline - Portraits.  |  Borland, Polly - Exhibitions  |  Photography of women - Exhibitions.  |  Photography of the nude - Exhibitions.  |  Photography, Artistic - Exhibitions.  |  Photography, Erotic - Exhibitions.
Other authors/contributors Cave, Nick, 1957-  |  Self, Will  |  Holborn, Mark, 1949-  |  Michael Hoppen Photography (Gallery)
Exhibited Exhibition held at Michael Hoppen Contemporary, 26 June-19 August 2008. 

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    Copy: N hbk
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