William McKeown, An Open Room, Kerlin Gallery, Dublin, 30 August–30 September 2023
It’s hard to answer. But I would begin by reflecting on how love is a form of insistence. Our histories are long. To love a football team ...
I am looking at all this from what feels like a great distance. From a distance and back through time, I try to summon the memory of how light moved
You know, there’s this great story that I think appears in some of the hagiographical material. It turns out that St. Patrick hadn’t quite banished
Malone plays with the past as it is generally imagined, assumed, or forgotten, introducing her own memories as material documents.
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- William McKeown, An Open Room, Kerlin Gallery, Dublin, 30 August–30 September 2023 John Graham Online 27 September 2023 Review
- Loving Football Is a Problem Orit Gat Issue 14 1 July 2023 Essay
- Practical Magic, Periodical Review 12, Pallas Projects, 10 December 2022– 28 January 2023 Sarah Kelleher Online 21 June 2023 Essay
- In Conversation: Isabel Nolan with Chris Hayes Chris Hayes Online 8 May 2023 Uncategorized
- Michelle Malone, O, to have a little house, The LAB Gallery, 9 September–5 November 2022 Jennie Taylor Online 5 April 2023 Review
- David Beattie, Points of Contact David Beattie Issue 12 15 March 2023 Essay
- Alice Rekab, Family Lines, Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin, 1 July–25 September 2022 Rosa Abbott Online 21 December 2022 Review
- Red Tape Erica Van Horn Issue 13 10 November 2022 Essay
- Miriam O’Connor, Tomorrow Is Sunday, Sirius Art Centre, RHA, and Macroom Town Hall Rachel Andrews Issue 13 27 October 2022 Review
- In Conversation: Laura Fitzgerald with Michael Waldron Laura Fitzgerald, Michael Waldron Issue 13 26 August 2022 Q&A
- Trisha Brown, Set and Reset, Tate Modern, 24 January–4 September 2022 Gabrielle Schwarz Online 19 April 2022 Review
- Anne Tallentire, But this material…, The MAC, Belfast, 8 September–21 November 2021 Francis Halsall Issue 13 1 April 2022 Review
- In Conversation: Mairead O’hEocha with Adrian Duncan Mairead O'hEocha, Adrian Duncan Issue 12 23 March 2022 Q&A
- On Precarity: Reflections on the Situation of the Art Graduate Siuán Ní Dhochartaigh, Mark O'Gorman, Kate Murphy, Davey Moor Online 1 March 2022 Focus
- On Chorus Niamh Campbell Issue 12 24 February 2022 Essay
- Out of Touch Rebecca O'Dwyer Issue 12 18 February 2022 Essay
- Rindon Johnson, Law of Large Numbers: Our Selves, Chisenhale Gallery, London, 6 November 2021–6 February 2022 Kevin Brazil Online 25 January 2022 Review
- Return to Disintegration Laurence Counihan Online 11 January 2022 Essay
- Brian Fay, A Mobile Living Thing, Municipal Gallery, dlr Lexicon, Dún Laoghaire, Dublin, 2 October–5 December 2021 John Graham Online 20 December 2021 Review
- Adam Gibney, Can_you_breathe_for_me?, Oonagh Young Gallery, Dublin, 16 September–29 October 2021 Christopher Steenson Online 15 December 2021 Review
- The Map / We Are the Map, Rua Red, Dublin, 18 October 2021–29 January 2022 Sue Rainsford Online 17 November 2021 Review
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