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567: Economics of Good and Evil

Artist
Mitch Robertson
Date
2007
Publisher
Kenderdine Art Gallery
Format
Catalogues
Details
Hardcover
ISBN
978-0-921381-32-7
Size
21.5 × 25.4 × 1.5 cm
Length
98 
Description

A catalogue of Mitch Robertson’s 2007 exhibition “5,6,7: Economics of Good and Evil,” which addresses the the state of contemporary consumerism and religion in North America. Full colour plates of works, an interview by Robert McKaskell, essay by Steven Matijcio. Edited by Paddy O’Brien, with forwards by Anthony Kiendl and Francine Périnet. The exhibition continues to travel through 2009.

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