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  1. Joseph Kosuth, “Art as Idea as Idea (one of four parts),” 1969
Item Details

Title: Art as Idea as Idea (one of four parts) from Concrete Poetry Catalogue

Artist: Joseph Kosuth

Curator: Alvin Balkind

Date: 1969

Format: Book

Location: Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery, UBC

Fonds: Belkin, Box 7 13.4 - 5.5

Publisher: O'Brien Press Limited, Vancouver

Size: 21.60 × 27.90 cm

More Information: An image of Joseph Kosuth’s concrete poem Art as Idea as Idea (one of four parts) in Concrete Poetry exhibition catalogue, UBC FIne Arts Gallery, 1969. Collection of the Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery Archives, Belkin Art Gallery Fond, 13.4-5.9.

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