Marita Muukkonen (NIFCA) ve Maaretta Jaukkuri'nin (Kiasma) Vasıf Kortun ve November Paynter'a yolladığı Platform GSM'nin "Kurumun Karesi Sanat Kurumları: Güncel Sanatta Etik ve Estetik" sergisine katılımı için davet mektubu - Invitation letter sent from Marita Muukkonen (NIFCA) and Maaretta Jaukkuri'nin (Kiasma) to Vasıf Kortun and November Paynter for Platform CAC's participation in "Institution2 Art Institutions: The Ethics and Aesthetics of Working with Contemporary Art" exhibition
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Marita Muukkonen (NIFCA) ve Maaretta Jaukkuri'nin (Kiasma) Vasıf Kortun ve November Paynter'a yolladığı Platform GSM'nin "Kurumun Karesi Sanat Kurumları: Güncel Sanatta Etik ve Estetik" sergisine katılımı için davet mektubu - Invitation letter sent from Marita Muukkonen (NIFCA) and Maaretta Jaukkuri'nin (Kiasma) to Vasıf Kortun and November Paynter for Platform CAC's participation in "Institution2 Art Institutions: The Ethics and Aesthetics of Working with Contemporary Art" exhibition
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2003-10-14
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English
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https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/195164
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PG289
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