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Empire (after Andy Warhol). Cavusoglu, E. (Author). 2009. Event: Voyage of No Return/Art in the Auditorium III, Threshold Artspace, Perth, Scotland/Fundacion Proa, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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Cavusoglu E (Author). Empire (after Andy Warhol) 2009.

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Cavusoglu, E. (Author). / Empire (after Andy Warhol). [Exhibition].

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