A Note To The Readers (More Pleasure Than Work) by Joseph Kosuth

BOMB 12 Spring 1985
012 Spring Summer 1985
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Joseph Kosuth, A Note to the Readers (More Pleasure Than Work), 1985. Courtesy of Leo Castelli Gallery.

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