Autumn Edition 2020

 

Highlights from the current edition
ART COMMENT
Hats off to the Highlanes
In the midst of lockdown, as galleries had to keep their doors firmly closed, the Highlanes Gallery in Drogheda announced a competition

ARTISTS ON VIEW
Enlightenment
Stephen Brandes always subverts earnestness with the sardonic, mordant and mischievous wit that permeates all of his work, writes Francis Halsall
INTERVIEW:
Veiled metaphors
Robert Armstrong talks to Brian McAvera about his varied body of work and his pathway from graphic design to landscape painting
ARCHITECTURE
Kilkenny art
The Butler Gallery, with its impressive collection of mainly 20th-century Irish art, has found a new home in the restored and extended Evans Asylum, writes James Howley

SCULPTURE
Homage to Eileen Gray
Sculptor Eilis O’Connell uses digital technology to show her work in an experimental and groundbreaking way, writes Jennifer Goff


HERITAGE
In the spirit of Glendalough
The National Museum of Ireland’s up-coming Glendalough exhibition includes items which have never been seen in public before, writes Matthew Seaver
PHOTOGRAPHY
Peat’s last stand
James Fraher’s black-and-white images of Derrinlough Briquette Factory document the manufacturing process writes Stephanie McBride
REVIEWS
Irish Tweed: History, tradition, fashion
reviewed by Deirdre McQuillan

 

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