Selected articles on Irish artists that have been published in the Irish Arts Review

The young bohemians

Brian Fallon recalls the artist and writer Patrick Swift, who lingered in the memories of Dublin’s literati as a potent presence long after his departure for the Continent. Read more Read More

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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. Read More

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Captured or caught?

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. Read More

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Eva International

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. Read More

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