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Place & paradox : contemporary Tasmanian furniture : Peter Audet, Niall Campbell, Lindsay Garity, Jonathan Hemming, Wayne Hudson, Peter McGuiness, Alastair Page, Richard Skinner, Tony Stuart, Marcus Tatton, Stuart Thorn, Peter Walker / curated by Fiona Christie
Bib ID 511306
Format BookBook
Author
Christie, Fiona
 
Description [Devonport, Tas.] : Devonport Gallery and Arts Centre, [1991?] 
[26] p. : ill. ; 29 cm. 
ISBN 0959446990
Notes

Available from Devonport Gallery & Arts Centre, PO Box 645, Devonport Tas 7310.

Subjects Furniture -- Tasmania -- Exhibitions.  |  Furniture design -- Tasmania -- Exhibitions.
Other authors/contributors Devonport Gallery and Arts Centre

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