Daniel Buren'in Vasıf Kortun'a 2. İstanbul Bienali için ürettiği işin görsel malzemesinin 3. İstanbul Bienali tanıtımında kullanılması için yolladığı izin mektubu - Message sent from Daniel Buren to Vasıf Kortun giving written consent for the usage of the visual materials of his work made for the second Istanbul Biennial for the promotion of the third Istanbul Biennial
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Daniel Buren'in Vasıf Kortun'a 2. İstanbul Bienali için ürettiği işin görsel malzemesinin 3. İstanbul Bienali tanıtımında kullanılması için yolladığı izin mektubu - Message sent from Daniel Buren to Vasıf Kortun giving written consent for the usage of the visual materials of his work made for the second Istanbul Biennial for the promotion of the third Istanbul Biennial
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3. Uluslararası İstanbul Bienali, İstanbul Büyükşehir Belediyesi Nejat F. Eczacıbaşı Sanat Müzesi, 17 Ekim - 30 Kasım 1992. Küratör: Vasıf Kortun - 3. International Istanbul Biennial, The Greater Istanbul Municipality Nejat F. Eczacıbaşı Art Museum, October 17 - November 30, 1992. Curated by Vasıf Kortun.
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1990-08-30
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English
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https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/9913
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VK3IST449
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Open Access
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Vasıf Kortun
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Donation

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