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Barry Flanagan: Poet of the Building Site

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This volume gathers works from the early career of Barry Flanagan (1941-2009), one of Britain's best loved sculptors and the subject of a major 2011 survey at Tate Britain. It also contains a memoir by writer and poet Robin Marchesi of the time he spent with Flanagan in Ibiza, Barcelona, Amsterdam and London in the 1990s.

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ISBN:
9788881588244
Publisher:
Charta Libellum
Publication Date:
20120231
Author:
Marchesi, Robin
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English

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