Korea Performance Art 40 Years 40 Artists

Notes

NOTE: Text is in Korean but images and artifacts give an extensive overview of Korean performance artists from this period. See KoPAS website for more details.

Publisher KoPAS (Korea Performance Art Spirit)
ISBN 978-89-960217-8-0
Reference P1727
Date 1970
Type Publication

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