The death of John Berger at the start of this month led me to root out this piece I wrote about his 2005 show of collaborative drawings with Marisa Camino, held at the Vangard Gallery in Cork.
The Welfare of Tomás Ó Hallissy is the first new work by artist Duncan Campbell since winning the Turner Prize in 2014, currently screening at the Irish Museum of Modern Art
Artist Jesse Jones’s intervention in the Hugh Lane Gallery as part of the Artist as Witness programme earlier this year, threw up a hitherto unrecognised masterpiece: The Woman with the Puppets (1915)
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