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000029703 100__ $$aDowney, Brad
000029703 245__ $$9eng$$aThe vanity project
000029703 260__ $$aParis$$bOnestar Press$$c2011
000029703 300__ $$a147 p.$$c23 cm
000029703 500__ $$aLivre d'artiste
000029703 520__ $$9fre$$aTiré du site Interne de Onestar Press: "In an artistic field that values pseudonyms and being incognito, for this one artist, it is always very clear that " Brad Downey was here". As a comment on this aspect of his artistic practice, Downey has canvassed numerous fellow artists to create portraits of his self . These he has collected for this book, and they come from a wide spectrum of art practitioners, including sculptors, painters, authors, filmmakers, curators, graffiti artists and musicians. Other sources for portraits are even more eccentric. Together the works herein illuminate many aspects of a necessarily discreet artist, and push the boundaries of how we define what it is to be a portrait. -Matthew Murphy.".
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000029703 919__ $$aBibliothèque d'art et d'archéologie, Genève$$bGenève$$ddoc.support@rero.ch
000029703 980__ $$aBOOK$$bBAAGE
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