paper visual art journal

REVIEW-ESSAY

Lucy Dawe-Lane on Liz Nielsen and Max Warsh, Sirius Arts Centre, 22 June–1 August 2016.

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Liz Nielsen and Max Warsh
Installation view, Sirius Arts Centre
Image courtesy of the artists and Sirius Arts Centre

PVA hard-copy editions

Our two new hard-copy publications – PVA, vol. 7 and Having a Kiki: Queer Desire and Public Space (edited by Emma Haugh) – will be hitting bookstores shortly, but in the meantime you can order copies directly from us!

To order, please e-mail us at papervisualart@gmail.com. We accept bank transfer or payment via PayPal. Shipping costs are additional and will be calculated based on the size of the order.

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Paper Visual Art Journal hard copy – Stockists

Galleries and independent bookshops: Belfast Exposed (Belfast), Books Upstairs (Dublin), Charlie Byrne’s Bookshop (Galway), the Douglas Hyde Gallery (Dublin), the Glucksman Gallery (Cork), Green on Red Gallery (Dublin), the Kevin Kavanagh Gallery (Dublin), the Library Project (Dublin), the Model (Sligo), Ormston House (Limerick), the Project Arts Centre (Dublin), and the Winding Stair Bookshop (Dublin).

You can also e-mail us to order a copy.

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