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Wallpaper collection 2005-2010 / Emma Hack ; preface by Patrick McDonald
Bib ID 5981517
Format BookBook
Author
Hack, Emma
 
Description [South Aust. : E. Hack], 2010 
[120] p. (unpaged) : col. ill. ; 35 x 42 cm. 
Notes

Limited edition of 1000 copies.

Interleaved with ten sheets of Florence Broadhurst hand printed wallpaper designs.

An artist book bound in the style of a commercial wallpaper sample book with a cord hanger on spine.

Library's SRq copy is no. 238/1000 and signed by the artist.

Subjects Hack, Emma.  |  Broadhurst, Florence, 1899-1977.  |  Artists' books - Australia.  |  Wallpaper - Australia - 21st century.  |  Body painting - Australia.  |  Photography of the nude.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors McDonald, Patrick

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    Copy: SR hbk
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