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Liu Xiao Xian from east to west / [author, Claire Roberts ; curated by Suzanne Davies and Sarah Morris]
Bib ID 4928891
Format BookBook
Description Melbourne : RMIT Gallery, 2009 
48 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 21 x 28 cm. 
ISBN 9780980367973
Notes

Exhibition: 7 August - 12 September 2009 (RMIT Gallery).

Subjects Liu, Xiao Xian, 1963- -- Exhibitions.  |  Liu, Xiao Xian -- Exhibitions.
Other authors/contributors Roberts, Claire, 1959-  |  Davies, Suzanne  |  Morris, Sarah  |  Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology. Gallery
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