Acquisitions for the National Collection
Irish Arts Review
by John Power
9M ago
Ireland’s national collection of contemporary art has been strengthened by the allocation of €1.5 million of funds for acquisitions by Minister Catherine Martin and the Department of the Arts. Divided between the Irish Museum of Modern Art (IMMA) and Crawford Art Gallery, Cork, the funds – €850,000 and €650,000 respectively – are not insubstantial, and […] The post Acquisitions for the National Collection first appeared on Irish Arts Review ..read more
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Aosdána Beginnings
Irish Arts Review
by John Power
1y ago
New from the Summer 2023 edition. Aosdána Beginnings reviewed by Patrick J Murphy Read More ..read more
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Urban landscapes
Irish Arts Review
by John Power
1y ago
New from the Spring 2023 edition. Louise Wallace looks at the work of Catherine McWilliams, whose survey exhibition is showingat the FE McWilliam Gallery Read More ..read more
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Scenes of resistance
Irish Arts Review
by John Power
1y ago
New from the Spring 2023 edition. Artist Joy Gerrard is best known for her images that explore mass protest – her portrayal of crowds and the architecture that surrounds and contains demonstrations. Read More ..read more
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House and Home in Georgian Ireland: Spaces and Cultures of Domestic Life
Irish Arts Review
by John Power
1y ago
New from the Spring 2023 edition. House and Home in Georgian Ireland: Spaces and Cultures of Domestic Life reviewed by Peter Murray Read More ..read more
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David and Goliath
Irish Arts Review
by John Power
1y ago
New from the Spring 2023 edition. Bernard Meehan explores a thousand-year-old Irish psalter on which new multispectral imaging has revealed details lost for centuries Read More ..read more
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Homilies
Irish Arts Review
by John Power
1y ago
New from the Spring 2023 edition. Mike Fitzpatrick reflects on the sombre, otherworldly quality of Michael Canning’s work Read More ..read more
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New sculptures at TCD
Irish Arts Review
by John Power
1y ago
New from the Spring 2023 edition. The spectacular setting of the collection of busts in the Long Room, Trinity College Dublin, has always proved compelling. Read More ..read more
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Review of Results for Irish Art at Auction in 2022
Irish Arts Review
by John Power
1y ago
After the post-Covid loosening of purse strings in the latter half of 2021, there were mixed reports as to whether the market for Irish art had carried this momentum into 2022. The consensus amongst auction houses was generally positive, but ... Read More ..read more
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In her hands
Irish Arts Review
by John Power
1y ago
New from the Spring 2023 edition. Paula Murphy celebrates the work of Imogen Stuart over the course of her six-decade career Read More ..read more
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