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PHOTO OF THE DAY
Photographe anonyme. Un Picasso à tomber par terre.
Allemagne, 1955. Tirage argentique d'époque légèrement rehaussé. 21,3 x 16,2 cm
Photographe anonyme. Un Picasso à tomber par terre. Allemagne, 1955. Tirage argentique d'époque légèrement rehaussé. 21,3 x 16,2 cm

Exhibition

Sandy Skoglund
Unpublished works

February 9, 2015 , written by manager

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Date

  From   2015-03-07
  To    2015-05-26

Place

Paci Contemporary

Via Trieste 48 - 25121 Brescia
Brescia Italy

+39-030-2906352

http://www.pacicontemporary.com/

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<p><strong>OPENING TIME:</strong></p> <p>Tuesday-Saturday 10/1p.m. &ndash; 3.30/7.30 p.m. / Sunday and Monday by appointment.</p>

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