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{small}'''{cap}[Ryan & Joy|RyanJoy]{/cap}'''{br} — Partie 6 : '''Nothing at All & le Chasseur de Trèfles (2012-2017)''' —{br}—{/small}{br} ---- {small}— [Eternal Refuge (2013-2014)|2013ETERNALREFUGE] — [Shamrock (2013)|2013SHAMROCK] — [Nothing at All (Palais de Tokyo 2016)|Archives2016#2016_06_22___2016_09_11] — [Nothing at All / Le Récit de Michael (Palais de Tokyo 2014-2016)|PubliMichael2014] — [Nothing at All / Ecco Ecco Ecco Ecco (Palais de Tokyo 2016)|Archives2016#2016_09_10] — [Nothing at All (Musée des Beaux-Arts de Brest 2016-2017)|Archives2016#2016_11_18___2017_02_26] — [Nothing at All / Ecco Ecco Ecco Ecco (Musée des Beaux-Arts de Brest 2017)|NEWS#2017_02] — [Nothing at All / Maze, Parties Irlandaises (CNAP 2017)|http://www.cnap.fr/david-ryan-et-jerome-joy-0] — [Nothing at All / Maze (CNAP 2017)|http://jeromejoy.org/NAA/] — [Nothing at All / Don du manteau brodé & des tapuscrits du Récit de Michael (David Ryan, West Bogside, Belfast 2018)|http://ddab.org/fr/oeuvres/Ryan/Page41] — [Nothing at All / liste des œuvres (David Ryan, ddab 2018)|http://ddab.org/fr/oeuvres/Ryan/] —{/small}
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