Place - Arts

Arts

  • Unity of place, one of the three classical unities for drama derived from Aristotle's Poetics
  • Places (Jan Garbarek album), 1978
  • Places (Béla Fleck album), 1988
  • Places (Georgie James album), 2007
  • Places (Casiopea album), 2003
  • To Place, a series of books on Iceland by artist Roni Horn
  • The Place, a dance and performance centre in Camden, London

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