CFCCA Library Classification schemeExhibitions literatureExhibitions by nationExhibitions: Japan
CFCCA Library Classification schemeFestival PublicationsFestivals by RegionAsian Art FestivalsYokohama Triennale Publications ➔ Our Magic Hour - How much of the world can we know? (Japan. 2001)

Our Magic Hour - How much of the world can we know? (Japan. 2001) (S1.002)

Bibliographic Record

Identity

Identifier

S1.002

Title and Statement of Responsiblity

Our Magic Hour - How much of the world can we know? / Supervised by: Organizing Committee for Yokohama Triennale
Edited by: KUMA Chinatsu, Abe Kenichi
Translated by: Christopher Stephens, Edan Corkill
Designed by: Mineishi Keiko
Mapdesigned by: Morikami Satoshi, NDC Graphics

Creator(s)

Access status

Open

Edition Statement:

[1st edition]

Publication Statement

Yokohama, Japan : Organizing Committee for Yokohama Triennale , 2011

Content

Scope and Content

The book is a guidebook for Yokohama Triennale 2011, an international festival of contemporary art.

Content Extent

69 pages ; 76 photographs

Content Type

text , still image

Language Information

Latin ()

Management and Use

Conditions on Access

The physical publication is available for research purposes in the CFCCA search room by appointment. Items in our library collection are not available for external loans.

Carrier

Representation Type

unmediated

Record Resource Extent

1

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Related places

Japan ()

Related Terms

text ()
still images ()
Japanese ()
English ()
Latin ()
Silent ()
Illustrations ()
Maps ()
Photographs ()
monochrome ()
unmediated ()
unmediated carriers ()
books (has form of carrier)
guidebooks (has form of work)
festival catalogues (has form of work)
sculpture (visual works) (is related to)
installations (visual works) (is related to)
paintings (visual works) (is related to)
Open (has access status)

Notes

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