Exhibition from February 13, 2019 to April 6, 2019 at the Clémentine de la Féronnière Gallery
Public opening Wednesday, February 13.
The eccentric images that John Myers made in his suburb of Stourbridge in the 1970s are gathered for the first time in this retrospective. Myers intensely uses black-and-white, testimonial of an era which suddenly appears so modern.
A range of work from The Portraits and Looking at the Overlooked will be exhibited, a great opportunity to see such a range of John's work in one place.
Galerie Clémentine de la Féronnière, 51, rue saint-Louis-en-l’île, 2e cour, ParisMore Info
D1, November 2018
370 x 290 mm, 88 pages
includes 10" vinyl record
Limited edition of 1000
In his Dublin trilogy (i, ON and End.) Eamonn captured the combined actions of the city and its population as they played out in front of him. With K, he moves away from the urban east coast to the western Atlantic edge of Ireland, to a landscape that, in places, appears out of time, a parallel world untouched by human presence