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Published by Modern Multiples

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Minor handling creases around the border of the image.
Frame: 68.5 x 88.5 x 2.54 cm (26.968 x 34.842 x 1 in)

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Festival, 2006
Lot Number 7
Screenprint in colors on paper
57.5 x 77 cm (22.64 x 30.31 in)
Edition of 500
Unsigned; numbered on lower right, recto

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    57.5 x 77 cm (22.64 x 30.31 in)