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KIM WAALE: STAGINGS


Published in 1998
Curated by Sara Kellner
Essays by Amy W. Hufnagel

STAGINGS (April 4-May 29, 1998) Hallwalls Inc, Buffalo, NY, 1998. [A black and white foldout brochure published in conjunction with the exhibition of the same title. Includes introduction by Sara Kellner (Curator, Hallwalls) an essay by Amy W. Hufnagel, a discussion of the installation entitled "Inside and Outside: Confession and Collaboration" by Julie Grossman, and black and white photographs of the installation. The brochure was designed by Allyn Stewart.]

Artists associated with this publication:
Kim Waale


Some events connected to this publication:
April 4, 1998 - KIM WAALE



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