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Gertrude studios 2002
Bib ID 964220
Format BookBook
Description Fitzroy, Vic. : 200 Gertrude Street, [2002] 
1 v. (unpaged) : ill ; 21 cm. 
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Exhibition artists: Guy Benfield, Chris Bond, Zhong Chen, Cate Consandine, Clare Firth-Smith, Natasha Jones-Messenger, Paul Knight, Andrew McQualter, Nick Manga, Harriet Parsons, David Rosetzky, Renee So, Masato Takasaka, Daniel Taylor, Andrea Tu, Christian de Vietri.

At foot of title: Gertrude Contemporary Art Space, 22 November - 14 December 2002.

Subjects Art, Modern -- Exhibitions.
Other authors/contributors 200 Gertrude Street (Gallery)

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