Centre of the Centre | Author: Mel O'Callaghan

Mel O'Callaghan: Centre of the Centre is the first significant publication dedicated to the practice of this leading contemporary artist. O'Callaghan is a Paris based, Australian born artist whose practice often explores human psychology and behaviours in relation to perseverance and endurance.

The 200 page, full colour book features two major new essays that have been commissioned for this book by Daria de Beauvais, Senior Curator at the Palais de Tokyo, Paris and leading academic and writer, Professor Edward Scheer. The book also includes an in-depth interview between Kathryn Weir, Director of the Madre Contemporary Art Museum, Naples, and anthropologist and writer Elizabeth A. Povinelli, along with interviews between the artist and marine biologist, Dr. Daniel J. Fornari and Artspace Executive Director, Alexie Glass-Kantor, in addition to nine original short texts on existing works over the last ten years.

Author: Mel O'Callaghan, Alexie Glass-Kantor, Daria de Beauvais, Edward Scheer, Kathryn Weir, Elizabeth A. Povinelli and Daniel Fornari
25.5 x 20.0 cm
200 pages

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