Dan Graham : Two-Way Mirror (NTSC)
Dan Graham
Dia Art Foundation
ISBN: GRAHAMNTSC
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Based on Dan Graham's Rooftop Urban Park Project, which opened as an extended exhibition at Dia, 548 West 22nd Street on September 12, 1991.
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