José Luis Falconi

José Luis Falconi is a postdoctoral fellow at the Department of History of Art and Architecture at Harvard University.

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Cover: Pedro Reyes: Ad Usum / To Be UsedPedro Reyes: Ad Usum / To Be UsedFalconi, José LuisHARDCOVER04/02/2018$50.00
Cover: Portraits of an Invisible Country: The Photographs of Jorge Mario MúneraPortraits of an Invisible Country: The Photographs of Jorge Mario MúneraFalconi, José LuisPAPERBACK02/23/2015$40.00
Cover: A Singular Plurality: The Works of Dario EscobarA Singular Plurality: The Works of Dario EscobarFalconi, José LuisPAPERBACK12/08/2014$49.00
Cover: The Other LatinosThe Other LatinosFalconi, José Luis
Mazzotti, José Antonio
PAPERBACK02/28/2008$24.95
Cover: A Principality of its Own: 40 Years of Visual Arts at the Americas SocietyA Principality of its Own: 40 Years of Visual Arts at the Americas SocietyFalconi, José Luis
Rangel, Gabriela
PAPERBACK05/15/2007$27.95
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