Published in 2007
Curated by John Massier
Essays by John Massier

TERMINALS (January 13-February 17, 2007) Hallwalls Inc, Buffalo, NY, 2007. [A sixteen page color booklet published in conjunction with the exhibition of the same title. Includes an untitled essay by John Massier (Curator, Hallwalls), a biography of the artist, and photographs of the artist's work.]

Artists associated with this publication:
Eric Brown

Some events connected to this publication:
January 13, 2007 - Eric Brown Terminals

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