2 June 2018 News

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Widely recognised as a leading theorist and international practitioner of concrete poetry, Dom Sylvester Houédard (1924–1992) is firmly rooted in Lisson Gallery’s early history, with his first solo exhibition held at the gallery during its inception in 1967.

This publication has been produced on the occasion of Lisson Gallery's first exhibition of Houédard's work for almost 50 years (2 May – 16 June 2018), featuring essays written by Laura Mclean Ferris and Jonathan P. Watts, as well as contributions by Nicolas Logsdail, Nicola Simpson and Charles Verey.

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