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One of the great cultural institutions of Western Europe, the Venice Biennale has published many hundreds of monographs, catalogues and periodicals on art, music, theatre and cinema documenting changes in artistic expression and popular taste from its founding in 1895 to the 1970s. Many of these works are extremely scarce today.

This microfiche edition makes available for the first time all the significant Biennale publications which few, if any, libraries have in the original. Together these publications provide one of the most comprehensive records of contemporary art, music, theatre and cinema ever to be published in Europe.

Part I Art, Architecture and Photography with Art Periodicals 1895-1972
276 microfiche

Part II Film, Television and Mass Communication 1949-1977
488 microfiche

Part III Theatre 1948-1972
100 microfiche

Part IV Music 1930-1972
84 microfiche

Part V General Publications of the Venice Biennale with La Biennale di Venezia
157 microfiche

Each part includes printed bibliography and subject index.

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