Selected Articles from the July/August 2015 Issue of the Visual Artists News Sheet

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Cliona Harmey, Dublin Ships, installed February 2015, North Wall Quay, Dublin, photo by Ros Kavanagh

After each issue of the Visual Artists News Sheet is distributed to members we make a selection of the published articles available on our website. In the latest issue Cliona Harmey outlines her project Dublin Ships made for Dublin’s Docklands. David Lilburn interviews Jane Murtagh about her exhibition, A Journey with Metal: Contemporary Work, at Glor, Ennis. Denis Roche discusses his socially engaged project made in collaboration with Brian Maguire, Emma Finucane and people using the mental health services in County CarlowPanchaea: In Search of an Equal Utopia and a Willing Suspension of Disbelief. And finally, Karla Black talks to Jason Oakley about her site-specific sculptures at IMMA.

The Critique Supplement features Susan Campbell on Gabhann Dunne’s Magenta Honey at the Lab Gallery, Dublin; Ben Crothers writing about I will Go There, Take Me Home, by artists Adrian Ghenie, Pieter Hugo and Olaf Brzeski, curated by Gregory McCartney at The Mac, Belfast and Colm Desmond writes about Kathy Prendergasts Or at the Crawford Arts Gallery, Cork.

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