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Eyewitness : corporate plan 2008-2009 / [Theo Strasser, Peter Lyssiotis]
Bib ID 6262707
Format BookBook [text, still image, volume]
Author
Strasser, Theo, artist
 
Description [Melbourne] : [Masterthief], [2008] 
1 folio (11 plates) : illustrations ; 44 x 31 cm 
Summary

In 2008 Peter Lyssiotis and Theo Strasser collaborated to produce the limited edition book about war, Eyewitness, which reproduced text and artworks derived from photographic images with superimposed gouache and ink on paper. This folio of mainly black and white prints in a bright orange oversize corporate-style folder was produced in conjunction with an exhibition of their canvases and works on paper. A sheet of text accompanies the prints.

Notes

Cover title.

"A long road to justice"--Cover verso.

"This Folio was made to accompany the exhibition Eyewitness at Shepparton Art Gallery and at Gallerysmith in North Melbourne in 2009"--Page [1]

Subjects Lyssiotis, Peter - Exhibitions.  |  Strasser, Theo - Exhibitions.  |  Shepparton Art Gallery - Exhibitions.  |  Gallerysmith (North Melbourne, Vic.) - Exhibitions.  |  Art, Australian - 21st century.  |  War in art.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Lyssiotis, Peter  |  Masterthief

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