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Survey / John Dahlsen
Bib ID 2127834
Format BookBook
Author
Dahlsen, John, 1958-
 
Description Brisbane, Qld. : Fox Galleries, 2002 
32 p. : ill. ; 22 cm. 
ISBN 0958177708 (paperback)
Summary

Dahlsen turns his attention to the totemic value of found objects to make a powerful statement about the environment. This is the catalogue for his exhibition at the Fox Gallery, Brisbane in October 2002.

Notes

Bibliography: p. 31.

Subjects Dahlsen, John, 1958- -- Exhibitions.  |  Found objects (Art) -- Exhibitions.
Other authors/contributors Fox Galleries
Available From Ground Floor AXA Building, 144 Edward Street, Brisbane, QLD, 4000 

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