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Art In Oceania Wins Art Book Prize 2014

Posted at 6:54AM Friday 14 Feb 2014

Judge Loyd Grossman said: 'There has been a lot of talk about the death of the physical book. This year's entries for the Art Book Prize prove, I think, that the art book is not only not dead, but very much flourishing. Amongst extremely tough competition, we awarded this year's prize to Art in Oceania – a magisterial, nearly encyclopaedic volume on a so far relatively neglected field that is beginning to attract increasing scholarly and popular interest.'

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