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Troza by Tetsuya Tamanoi




Artist: Tetsuya Tamanoi
Size: H17.7 x W14.2 x D1.2in (H45 x W36 x D3cm)
Framed: Decoration of each frame slightly differs.
Year: 2009
Edition: 9
Medium: C-print, Frame decorated by acrylic, polyester resin and vinyl chloride
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