Tracey Moffatt: Free-falling
Dia Center for the Arts, 1998 - Art - 60 pages
The young Austrialian photographer, video and filmaker Tracey Moffatt has gained increasing international attention over the last few years. This book documents two recent works, "Up in the Sky" and a new video installation along with other works.
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