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Published by Arnolfini in Bristol .
Written in English


  • Hatoum, Mona, -- 1952-

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Edition Notes

Catalogue of an exhibition of recent work by Mona Hatoum, held at the Arnolfini Gallery, Bristol, 24 April - 6 June 1993.

Statement[exhibition organised by Tessa Jackson and Katherine Wood].
ContributionsJackson, Tessa., Wood, Katherine., Arnolfini Gallery.
The Physical Object
Pagination46p. :
Number of Pages46
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22081907M
ISBN 100907738338

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