Gravity at The Crawford Gallery of Art

Dorothy Cross has an uncanny knack for displaying her art in exactly the right place. Visitors to the abandoned Beamish and Crawford site in Cork earlier this month were asked to follow a trail of flickering torchlight into the belly of the brewery where they were...

200 words: on Clare Langan

Clare Langan makes films in difficult places: her first trilogy was a mesmerising exploration of man’s place in a post-apocalyptic world, shot underwater, in the middle of a desert and across a molten volcanic landscape. By hand-painting filters and placing them over...

Terror and the Sublime at the Crawford

“Terror is a passion which always produces delight when it does not press too close.” Thus spoke the eighteenth century politician and arts patron Edmund Burke, whose writings have inspired the Crawford Gallery’s latest show: an exploration of...

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