De–Building

Justin Paton
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ISBN: 978-1-877375-24-8

Hard cover book with exposed spine

From award-winning author and curator Justin Paton, this stylish little book features fourteen remarkable artists who draw attention to – and inspiration from – spaces that are usually behind the scenes.

Winner of the Judges Special Award at the 2012 Museums Austalia Design and Pubilcation Awards.

Higly Commended, PANZ Book Awards 2012 Mary Egan Award for Best Typography. 

Author: Justin Paton

Pages: 101

Dimensions: 210 x 148mm

Imprint: Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetu


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