Projected Rituals, an investigation of the Works of Roberta Graham: An Interview with Andre Stitt

Notes

CIRCA (Contemporary Visual Culture in Ireland), See also, Brutal Silences Study Room Guide, catalogue ref. no. P1661.

Artist / Author Roberta Graham, Andre Stitt
Reference A0444
Date 1986
Journal CIRCA
Journal date May-June 1986
Journal page 15-18
Type Article

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