From the Summer 2016 edition: Gerry Walker welcomes an alternative to the conventions of gallery management in the work of Olivier Cornet.
From the current edition: Mairead O’hEocha’s latest series of oil paintings explore the time-honoured genre of flower painting, writes Donal Maguire.
From the Autumn 2016 edition: Brian McAvera sees Colin Davidson wrestle with sexual politics in his new series of Nudes on view this autumn at Oliver Sears Gallery, Dublin.
Behind the bustle and colour of the 2016 graduate shows Gerry Walker finds a wealth of well-researched, accomplished projects.
From the Summer 2016 edition: Richard Gorman is marking his 70th year with an exhibition at Castletown, Co Kildare where his colourful abstracts animate the walls of its classical interior, writes Jennifer Goff.
Isabella Evangelisti previews a collection of new paintings from Una Sealy that take as their focus the edge between land and sea, youth and maturity, on view at the RHA, Dublin.
From the Summer 2016 edition: Impressively executed and unsettling in effect, Molly Judd’s Murmuring Lights, is a worthy winner of this year’s Ireland-U.S. Council/Irish Arts Review Portraiture Award, writes Donal Maguire.
From the IAR Archive: Riann Coulter finds a personal compendium collated with daring and vigour, in Basil Blackshaw’s work.
From the Spring 2016 edition: In response to the 1916 centenary, EVA International takes as its theme, the post-colonial legacy on the psyche and imagination of colonized communities, writes Michaële Cutaya.
From IAR Winter Edition: Peter Murray reflects on the cool Nordic aesthetic of Patricia Burns whose work is on view in January at the Taylor Galleries, Dublin.