8 Artists Try Not to Talk About Art

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A small, limited print booklet collecting conversations on artistic practices and creative processes.

Editor Bridget Crone
Publisher Space/ Artquest
ISBN 0-9554060-0-5
Reference P2549
Date 2006

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