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Evictions: Art and Spatial Politics by Rosalyn Deutsche - Paperback - First Softcover Edition - 1996 - from art longwood books and

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Evictions: Art and Spatial Politics

by Rosalyn Deutsche

Condition: Near Fine

Cambridge: The MIT Press, 1996. soft cover. small name/date to half-title page no other flaws or wear - clean, no text markings, no exterior markings, no tears or bumps, tight binding.; xxiv-394pp., b/w illustrations throughout., deals with art, architecture, urban space, the city, the art world, the powers that be, control, and various intersections and agendas of the above.. First Softcover Edition. Soft Cover. Near Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.


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