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Tapa : barkcloth paintings from the Pacific / [curated by Nicholas Thomas and Julie Adams]
Bib ID 6414130
Format BookBook [still image, text, volume]
Description Birmingham : Ikon Gallery, 2013 
1 volume (unpaged) : chiefly illustrations (some color) ; 29 cm 
ISBN 1904864864
9781904864868
Notes

Cover title.

Published on the occasion of the exhibition held 1 May-14 July, 2013 at Ikon Gallery, Birmingham.

Subjects Tapa - Islands of the Pacific - Exhibitions.  |  Textile fabrics - Islands of the Pacific - Exhibitions.
Other authors/contributors Adams, Julie (Julie Ann), 1969- curator  |  Nicholas, Thomas, curator  |  Ikon Gallery., host institution

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