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The Ordinary Man of Cinema by Jean Louis Schefer

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A Whore Just Like the Rest: The Musical Writings of Richard Meltzer

$15.00
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John Cage by Julia Robinson

$15.00
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Dear Stinkpot: Letters from Louise Brooks or My Education with LULU by Jan Wahl and Louise Brooks

$25.00
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Davy the Punk: a story of Bookies, Toronto the Good, the Mob and My Dad by Bob Bossin

$10.00
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Jutaku: Japanese houses by Naomi R. Pollock

$15.00
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Designing the 21st Century by Charlotte and Peter Fiell

$20.00
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Please Send This Book to My Mother by Sarah Entwistle

$20.00
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Basquiat: a Quick Killing in Art by Phoebe Hoban

$50.00
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Aubrey Beardsley by Andrew Lambirth

$15.00
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Jutta Koether: F edited by Isabelle Graw and Daniel Birnbaum

$50.00
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Function Follows Vision, Vision Follows Reality by Frederick Kiesler

$50.00
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The Decoration of Houses by Edith Wharton and Ogden Codman, Jr.

$20.00
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All Citizens by Serena McCarroll

$40.00
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Architecture from the Outside: Essays on Virtual and Real Space by Elizabeth Grosz

$20.00
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Nosso Lar, Braslia: Spiritism, Modernism, Architecture by Jonas Staal

$15.00
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Design of the 20th Century by Charlotte Fiell and Peter Fiell

$10.00
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Art and Science by Sian Ede

$15.00
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FIRST EDITION The Joke's Over: Bruised Memories: Gonzo, Hunter S. Thompson, and Me by Ralph Steadman

$20.00
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The Innocence of Objects by Orhan Pamuk

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Feminist Art Criticism edited by Arlene Raven, Cassandra Langer, and Joanna Frueh

$10.00
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