Mapping the Body: Body Dialectics by Women Artists from Asia

Notes

Mapping the Body: Body Dialectics by Women Artists from Asia was presented at NRLA Glasgow in 2006. Varsha Nair and Tejal Shah – Encounters. Lilian Zumkemi – Brain Control.

Artist / Author Bina Sarker Ellias
Reference A0258
Date 2009
Journal Ctrl+P
Journal date 2009-02-01
Journal page 19-20
Type Article

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