DAVID BYRD: Ten Stops (July-December 2017) was an art pilgrimage of ten exhibitions that illuminated the life and artistic trajectory of artist David Byrd. Each exhibition in the series, including a retrospective at the home and studio Byrd designed and built in the Catskills, highlighted a specific theme and was shown in a location that correlated to the work.

Ten Stops mapped Byrd’s odyssey from Brooklyn to Peekskill and West Point, continued north to Delhi, Franklin and Sidney Center, on to Cooperstown, with a final stop in Seattle. The body of work explored the paradox that this man, who had great difficulty establishing relationships and cloistered himself away from others, was leading a journey to better understand the human experience.


  

Ten Stops Map

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David Byrd’s House and Studio

croppedDavid Byrd’s House and Studio. Open weekends until Sept 30, 2017.

Press Release – Opening of the David Byrd House