Mariana Castillo Deball’s enormous painted curtain of loose pleats slams home the faint echo of The Wizard of Oz that dances about this show at Project Arts Centre in Dublin.
A provocative and lively show examining issues surrounding gender, tradition and textiles with work by Anni Albers, Greyson Perry, Sissi Farassat, Jeremy Deller and more…
“Imagine no possessions,” warbled John Lennon in 1971. It seems unlikely he was hoping for a time when an aspiration to own less stuff would apply predominantly to culture…
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“Imagine no possessions,” warbled John Lennon in 1971. It seems unlikely he was hoping for a time when an aspiration to own less stuff would apply predominantly to culture…read more
Dublin Contemporary 2011 can probably be pinpointed as the moment when street art officially entered Ireland’s fine art fold. It was more of an adoption than a mutual embrace…read more
Dorothy Cross’s recent show at the Irish Museum of Modern Art contained no work by the artist, no wall texts and no labels. It was refreshingly free of the wordy paraphernalia galleries now deem necessary for showing art…read more