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Copy Work – Chris Gergley

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This book was published on the occasion of Chris Gergley’s exhibition Copy Work held at the Contemporary Art Gallery on September 7 to November 8, 2007, curated by Jenifer Papararo.

This publication disregards the conventions of an exhibition catalogue instead mainly featuring texts by writers and art historians Steve Edwards, John O’Brian, and John Roberts, writer Maria Fusco, and curator Jenifer Papararo.

Contents:

Williamm Lake Price and James Mudd, The Shattered Utopia by Steve Edwards

Statistical Ruscha, or Watching the Village Watchman -by John o’Brian

Writing Out Failure by Jenifer Papararo

The Logis of Deflation: The Avant-Garde, Lomography and the Fate of the Photographic Snapshot by John Roberts

Window Strikes by Maria Fusco

The publication is designed by Rodney Sanches and printed on Mohawk Superfine, 70lb Eggshell Text (white), set in Minion and bound at Northwest Book Binding.

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Authors/Artists:
Chris Gergley  
Steve Edwards  
Maria Fusco  
John O'Brian  
Jenifer Papararo  
John Roberts  

ISBN:
9781897302163  

more:
96  pages
7    b&w illustrations
9.75 x 7.75 inches  
Perfect Binding  

Published in Canada by Contemporary Art Gallery.

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