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Artistic practice in the aftermath of postmodernism : a case study

  title={Artistic practice in the aftermath of postmodernism : a case study},
  author={İlker H Çelen},
ARTISTIC PRACTICE IN THE AFTERMATH OF POSTMODERNISM: A CASE STUDY Çelen, İlker MA, in Media and Visual Studies Supervisor: Asst. Prof. Dr. Ahmet Gürata 



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