April 5, 2007 - CIRCA: Contemporary Art in Ireland - Issue 119, Spring 2007 Out Now!
April 5, 2007

Issue 119, Spring 2007 Out Now!

front cover: Patrick Hall: Jesus walking on the sea (detail), 2001, oil on canvas, 182 x 198 cm; courtesy Model:Niland

Circa Issue 119, Spring 2007

Circa Art Magazine
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Dublin 2
Phone: 353 1 67 97 388
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The spring issue of Ireland’s leading magazine for contemporary visual art is now on sale. The 112 full-colour pages include news, feature articles, reviews, projects, a host of images, and advertising from Ireland’s main art spaces.
Feature articles
If you build it, will they come? and what will they do when they get there? Gemma Tipton looks at new art spaces around Ireland, how they’re functioning, what they’re doing right or wrong | Vox pop: what art would you buy? If money were no object, what art would those questioned want in their collection? | All’s fair? Peter FitzGerald interviews Helen Mason, curator of a new art fair in Dublin this May | Everything is something else Declan Long writes about the work of Patrick Hall | Archive, archive, archive! Julie Bacon on art’s new(ish) interest in the archive |
Reviews Belfast Felt experience Slavka Sverakova | Belfast / Derry Miriam de Búrca: Stealing weeds and me taken out David Hughes | Cork Niamh Lawlor and partners: Based on a true story: A seminar on mis-information Treasa O’Brien | Derry Christine Mackey: Points of departure Julie Bacon | Dublin Drawing is a verb. Drawing is a noun / The square root of drawing / Getting on mother’s nerves psychological drama in contemporary drawing Siún Hanrahan | Makiko Nakamura Paintings Donal Maguire | John Gerrard: Dark portraits Paul O’Brien | .all hawaii eNtrées / luNar reGGae Eimear McKeith | Santa’s sweet-shop labour force elves (Nevan Lahart and others): X-mass the spot Tim Stott | Matt Stokes: Lost in the rhythm Chris Fite-Wassilak and David Beattie | Galway Tulca Katherine Waugh | New York Corban Walker: Grid stack Tim Maul | Portadown Victor Sloan and Glenn Patterson : Luxus David Hughes | Sligo Jaki Irvine: In a world like this Aileen Blaney | Book John Onians, editor: Compression vs. expression: Containing and explaining the world’s art Brian Curtin | DVD Gary Coyle and Stephen Gardner: The Sea Aileen Blaney |

Also available for online purchase: Space: Architecture for Art, a Circa book on the theory and practice of art spaces; it includes a comprehensive directory to visual-arts spaces throughout the island of Ireland. More information at www.recirca.com/space

Buy or subscribe to Circa Art Magazine at www.recirca.com/subscribe (you can also buy gift subscriptions and PDFs here).

Scans of the pages of the first 110 issues of Circa are now accessible online at www.recirca.com/scans

Circa is supported by The Arts Council / An Chomhairle Ealaíon, The Arts Council of Northern Ireland, and Culture Ireland.

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