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Back to the Bay: An Exploration of the Marginal Zones of the San Francisco Bay - August 25 thru November 4, 2001

by Yerba Buena Center for the Arts

Condition: FINE


San Francisco, CA: Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, 2001. Oversize Paperback. FINE. As new - gift quality! Photo exhibit catalog - description and photos + history of San Francisco Bay. "Grand opening in 1935…eleven years of onerous construction…prime example of anthropogeomorphology…Terrestrial engineering has transformed the original Bay into a composite of built forms that support the economic demands of the society that surrounds it...reflect the culture that exists around its margins... much of what we are privileged to see in the exhibit is usually buried or lost to collective memory..." Unpaginated (32 pages), 9x8" (23x20.2cm)


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