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The Present Tense Through the Ages: On the Recent Work of Gerard Byrne

Gerard Byrne
Charles H.Scott Gallery
23.6 × 28.2 × 2 cm

Catalogue for the exhibition Gerard Byrne

held at the Charles H Scott Gallery, 2007. The exhibition focuses on two major projects in which Byrne uses interviews published in mainstream magazines from the 1960s as source material, translating the texts into performances that form the basis of his video installations. Byrne represented Ireland at the 2007 Venice Biennale. Essays by Mark Godfrey, Catherine Wood, and Lytle Shaw.

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