Sculpture of Black Africa [an exhibition] circulated by the International Exhibitions Foundation 1970-1971 by Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Paul Tishman Collection.

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Published by International Exhibitions Foundation in [Washington D. C] .

Written in English

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First published 1968 by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

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Statement[catalogue] by Roy Sieber and Arnold Rubin.
ContributionsSieber, Roy, 1923-, Rubin, Arnold., International Exhibitions Foundation.
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Open LibraryOL17261065M

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