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MCA library search results 'The Golden Thread': Hany Armanious At The Venice Biennale

Journal Title:
Art Monthly Australia, Issue 241, July 2011
Featured Artists:
Armanious, Hany
Country:
Australia|Italy
Subject:
Venice Biennale; 54th 2011|Installations
Physical Description:
PP. 11-13; ILL. 6 COL.
Author:
Kelly, John
Abstract:
Discusses The View That Australia's Venice Biennale Entrants For The Past Several Exhibtions Have Been Focused On Simulacra
Item id:
7418
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