Autumn 2017 Edition

James Gorry recalls the unique life and work of semi-reclusive painter Jeremiah Hoad, who quietly pursued his ‘gentle art’
Influenced by his travels, David Dunne’s work has been a deep and profound study on honouring sites of rupture, writes Mike Fitzpatrick
Terence Reeves-Smyth explores the eccentric history of this charming country house as it celebrates sixty years of public access
The collection of 19th century stereo negatives of the Gap Girls of Dunloe in Kerry comprise a rare and unique body of work, writes Julian Campbell
Stephen Brandes always subverts earnestness with the sardonic, mordant and mischievous wit that permeates all of his work, writes Francis Halsall
Highlights from the Autumn 2017 edition
NCAD’s great opportunity
The physical condition of the whole NCAD campus is so poor that there is a danger of a patchwork solution being implemented argues John Mulcahy

Eithne Jordan: Inside & Out
Eithne Jordan talks to Brian McAvera about the influence of German and French culture on her artistic practice
All the world's a stage
This year’s graduates in performance, fashion, film, photography, architecture and textiles, are introduced by Gerry Walker
David Farrell: Beyond the surface
Stephanie McBride offers an insight into award-winning photographer David Farrell’s seemingly innocent landscapes
Gaia’s Garden
Mark Ewart follows the international career of Linda Brunker whose work brings her to France, China and the USA
Chapter and verse at Jerpoint Abbey
Peter Harbison looks back to the Synod of Cashel and Ráith Bresail, which had far-reaching consequences for monastic foundations such as Jerpoint Abbey
Barrie Cooke at Adam's
One of the highlights of this year’s auction scene was the sale of Gillian Bowler’s collection at Adam’s at the end of May
Limerick: Sense of place
At the Limerick City Gallery of Art Elizabeth Magill has her first major Irish exhibition in ten years.