Gerard Byrne: books, magazines, and newspapers
Lukas & Sternberg, 2003 - Art - 208 pages
Irish artist Gerard Byrne zeroes in on how photography and film influence visual culture in the modern world. Byrne's conceptually based photos and videos explore the genealogies underlying each picture and the different frames which guide their perception. An in-depth interview with Byrne and an insightful essay by George Baker.
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