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In five words or less : the use of language in art / guest curator, Christopher van der Craats ; [coordinating curator, Bryony Marks]
Bib ID 1182109
Format BookBook
Description Bullen, Vic. : Museum of Modern Art at Heide, 1995 
[4] p. : ill. 
ISBN 0947104313
Notes

"An exhibition of the work of Aleks Danko, Jochen Gerz, Jenny Holzer, Robert Indiana, Barbara Kruger, Elizabeth Newman, Roisin O'Dwyer, Kay Rosen, Ed Ruscha and Lawrence Weiner. ... 21 March to 21 May 1995".

Subjects Art, Modern -- 20th century -- Exhibitions.  |  Language in art.
Other authors/contributors Craats, Christopher van der  |  Marks, Bryony  |  Museum of Modern Art at Heide

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