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Gerard Byrne: A State of Neutral Pleasure

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by Bryony Harrison (subscribe)
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Free Film Screenings

Gerard Byrne is a renowned film and photographic artist from Ireland. He has an eclectic variety of work which ranges in theme from the Loch Ness monster to theories on where Samuel Beckett's play, Waiting for Godot , is set. In this exhibition, which runs until the 8th March, Byrne's focus is on sexual politics.

The exhibit comes in the format of a rolling film programme, including screenings of A Man And A Woman Make Love (2012), A Thing is a Hole in a Thing it is Not (2010), and Homme a Femmes (2004). All the films are free to see, and are on at scheduled times throughout the week.

There will also be a number of events taking place over the course of the exhibition.

31st January
Kodwo Eshun: Rock My Religion
Tickets are 8 or 6 concessions.

9th February
Talk: Big Ideas: Lytle Shaw
Tickets are 8 or 6 concessions.

13th February
Crib Notes: Kirsty Ogg on Gerard Byrne
Tickets are 3.

14th February
I'll Go On... with Beckett & Byrne
Tickets are 8 or 6 concessions.

28th February Gallery
Talk: Kirsty Ogg on Gerard Byrne.
Tickets are free.

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Why? Free films
When: Until 8th March
Phone: 020 7522 7888
Where: White Chapel Gallery
Cost: Films Free, events between 3-8
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