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Holy Show Issue 3

    Holy Show Issue 3

    Holy Show is a magazine of contemporary life and culture as seen through the eyes of Ireland’s artists. It adapts stories from the artists and their projects to the printed page. It showcases work from a diverse range of forms, like theatre, film, dance, music, visual art, and draws out compelling non-fiction narratives and critical writings that help us to understand who we are, where we’ve come from and where we’re going as a society.

    Issue 3 featuring: 

    • 40 years of Martin Parr in Ireland: Ironic photographs matched with stellar writing from Nicole Flattery & Seamus O'Rourke
    • Snug Project: Artists’ Perspectives on the Pub, with Finn Richards, Gina Moxley, Salvatore of Lucan and Natalia Beylis
    • Roisin Kiberd shares her Berlin Lockdown Diary, illustrated by Robert Mirolo
    • Anne Enright, Hilary Fannin & Pom Boyd  in conversation on Dartmouth Square, with artwork from the walls of its various homes.
    • ACID GRANNY: Dublin’s Rambling Rave in a Trolley The Alphabet of Birds, a new essay from Sara Baume, with stills from four films by Jamie Goldrick
    • Gary Coyle sends a Postcard From Tory capturing contemporary island life and relating the History of the Tory School of Painters.
    • Thoughts on the post-pandemic city, by Kerry Guinan, Emmett Scanlon & Sean O’Reilly, with the Irish Architecture Foundation and Dyehouse Films

    Published by Holy Show
    96 pages
    190 x 270 mm
    ISBN 9781916163225