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**2005** by Walter Philips Gallery Editions, the Banff Centre, and Art Editions North, Distributed in North America by Walters Gallery, the Banff Centre in Sunderland [England], Banff, Canada .

Written in English

- Durham, Jimmie -- Exhibitions.,
- Performance art -- Exhibitions.

**Edition Notes**

Catalogue of an exhibition held at the Reg Vardy Gallery, University of Sunderland, and the Walter Phillips Gallery, Banff, Alta., to accompany the sculptural performance of July 15, 2005 on the River Wear.

Statement | Jimmie Durham. |

Genre | Exhibitions. |

Contributions | Reg Vardy Gallery., Walter Phillips Gallery. |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | NX512.D87 A4 2005 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | 79 p. : |

Number of Pages | 79 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL18402661M |

ISBN 10 | 1894773233 |

ISBN 10 | 9781894773232 |

LC Control Number | 2007531928 |

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Second Particle Wave Theory: (As Performed on the Banks of the River Wear, A Stone's Throw From S'Underland and the Durham Cathedral) by Jimmie held at the Walter Phillips Gallery, Banff (Novem - Ma ).

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The second particle wave theory: (as performed on the banks of the River Wear, a stone's throw from S'underland and Duham Cathedral). [Jimmie Durham; Walter Phillips Gallery.; Reg Vardy Gallery.] -- Catalogue of an exhibition held at the Reg Vardy Gallery, University of Sunderland, and the Walter Phillips Gallery, Banff, Alta., to accompany the sculptural performance.

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