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Irish Arts Review Summer 2024
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Irish Arts Review Summer 2024

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A quarterly journal of fine art, design, architecture, photography, sculpture, heritage, decorative arts and crafts.

Hilary Heron’s sculpture Adam and Eve graces the cover of the summer edition. ‘As a female, Modernist sculptor, Hilary Heron had very few antecedents in Ireland,’ writes RIANN COULTER. Heron had the distinction not only of representing Ireland at the Venice Biennale in 1956, but also being one of the few living Irish artists that gallerist Victor Waddington brought with him to London when he closed his Dublin gallery. One of the others was Jack B Yeats, who also features in the edition: EMER McGARRY and JULIE BRAZIL shed light on Yeats’ works that feature the lone traveller or peddlers passing through rural Ireland. CRISTÍN LEACH looks at the collective work in the Crawford Art Gallery’s group exhibition; BRIAN McAVERA considers BRIAN LALOR’s topographical and illustrative prints in his retrospective; and FRANCIS HALSALL regards Dorothy Cross’ marble sculptures, which ‘almost glow as if animated by internal energy’. Elsewhere in the edition, there’s RACHEL McINTYRE on Deirdre O’Mahony; MARGARITA CAPPOCK on Bernadette Kiely and CATHERINE MARSHALL on Jason Turner.

The Irish Arts Review – for lovers and supporters of Irish Art and Heritage.

Published by Irish Arts Review
120 pages
300 x 230 mm
ISBN 977164921710405




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