Creative Ireland: The Visual Arts [Contemporary Visual Art in Ireland 2000 - 2011]
Creative Ireland: The Visual Arts
[Contemporary Visual Art in Ireland 2000 – 2011]
curated/edited by Noel Kelly & Seán Kissane
100 Irish Artists,
100 Colour Plates,
6 Commentaries from respected writers such as: Medb Ruane, Colin Graham, Valerie Connor, Fiona Kearney, Brian Hand and Noel Kelly
Creative Ireland: The Visual Arts will fast become the most desirable visual arts book this season.
Creative Ireland: The Visual Arts presents an attractive record of the early 21st century contemporary visual arts in Ireland with 100 artists who have been selected for their specific contribution to the contemporary arts in the first years of the 21st Century. Aimed at a general audience, as well as the art connoisseur and enthusiast, each artist is profiled with an iconic example of their practice shown in full colour. The texts are engaging as they explain Ireland within the context of the early 21st century, and the impact that this has had socially, economically and culturally.
The book is in an attractive format, and is priced at a level that makes it affordable.
€25.00 plus p&p
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€3.00 – Ireland & Northern Ireland
€7.50 Great Britain
€10.40 Europe & Rest of World
Creative Ireland: The Visual Arts is a critically curated volume of 100 leading Irish artists accompanied by texts which contextualise the societal, economic, and academic background in which they have created their careers. Each individual artist is accompanied by a synopsis of their career, and the curators’ reasoning in the selection of specific works that are shown in the book. Their story is unique as they swing between the economic good times, and now continue to create within a world of new social and economic realities. Far from being a dry volume, Creative Ireland: The Visual Arts shows a vibrancy and is permeated with an on-going air of hope for the future of contemporary visual arts.