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Tapa : etoffe d'ecorce d'Oceanie : 4 Juin-4 Juillet 1998 / texte Pascal Cusenier = Tapa : bark cloth of Oceania : 4 June-4 July 1998 / text Pascal Cusenier
Bib ID 6152777
Format BookBook
Author
Cusenier, Pascal
 
Description Paris, France : Galerie Meyer - Oceanic Arts, 1998 
40 p. : ill. (chiefly col.), col. map, ports. ; 30 cm. 
Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 38)

French text, parallel English translation.

Subjects Galerie Meyer - Exhibitions.  |  Galerie Meyer - Catalogs.  |  Tapa - Oceania - Exhibitions.  |  Tapa - Oceania - Catalogs.  |  Textile fabrics - Oceania - Exhibitions.  |  Textile fabrics - Oceania - Catalogs.
Other authors/contributors Galerie Meyer
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Tapa : bark cloth of Oceania

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