Sculpture

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

From the ground up

Eilís O’Connell is widely admired for expanding the language of sculpture; here she tells Brian McAvera ‘Gravity is my dearest enemy’ ahead of her participation in ‘Ark’ this summer at Chester Cathedral Read More

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Return to form

From the Spring 2017 edition: Kevin Francis Gray’s debt to classical sculpture is both obvious and complicated, writes Riann Coulter in anticipation of the Armagh-born artist’s first exhibition on this island. Read More

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Taking Stock

From the IAR Autumn 2014 Edition: Reflecting on a career marked by invention and experiment, distinguished sculptor Bob Sloan tells Brian McAvera, ‘I find working in the studio as difficult as ever. Nothing comes easy’ Read More

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