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  1. Two Shows: Piles/Random Sample (exhibition poster), 1968
Item Details

Title: Two Shows: Piles/Random Sample, Eight Festival of the Contemporary Arts

Artist: Arnold Rockman

Artist: Iain Baxter&

Artist: Intermedia

Artist: Ingrid Baxter

Date: 1968

Format: Ephemera [poster]

Location: Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery, UBC

Fonds: Belkin, Box 8, Piles/Random Sample

Size: 48.00 × 35.00 cm

More Information: Exhibition poster. Collection of the Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery Archives, Victor Doray Fonds, 8.3.02.

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