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CONSIDER THE ALTERNATIVES: 20 Years of Contemporary Art at Hallwalls

Published in 1996

Consider the Alternatives: 20 Years of Contemporary Art at Hallwalls - Hallwalls, Inc. Buffalo, NY 1996 [276 pp., text and b/w photos. Edited by Ronald Ehmke with Elizabeth Licata. Designed by Paul Szpakowski. Essays by and interviews with many people. Published following the retrospective exhibition titled "Alternatives: 20 Years of Hallwalls Contemporary Art Center," April 8 - June 18 1995, Burchfield-Penney Art Center] ISBN 0-936739-20-7
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April 5, 1995 - ALTERNATIVES: 20 YEARS OF CONTEMPORARY ART AT HALLWALLS
April 7, 1995 - ALTERNATIVES: 20 YEARS OF CONTEMPORARY ART AT HALLWALLS
April 7, 1995 - ALTERNATIVES: 20 YEARS OF HALLWALLS CONTEMPORARY ARTS CENTER
April 8, 1995 - ALTERNATIVES: 20 YEARS OF CONTEMPORARY ART AT HALLWALLS
April 8, 1995 - ALTERNATIVES: 20 YEARS OF HALLWALLS CONTEMPORARY ARTS CENTER
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