Sic Transit Gloria Mundi 2003-2013

Notes

Catalogue of homonymous project exhibition at the Chicago Cultural Centre.

Artist / Author Industry of the Ordinary
ISBN 9780985296407
Reference P1982
Date 2012
Type Publication

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