October 26, 2006 - CIRCA: Contemporary Art in Ireland - Circa Issue 117, Autumn 2006
October 26, 2006

Circa Issue 117, Autumn 2006

Front cover: David Sandlin: Nukular Family, 2006, silk-screened lightbox, 61 x 51 x 17 cm; courtesy Butler Gallery

Circa Issue 117, Autumn 2006

Circa Art Magazine
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The autumn issue of Irelands 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 Irelands main art spaces.
Feature articles
Circa: around, about and very much still there Anne Carlisle | Splish splash: Baths-time fun Brian Kennedy | An interview with Grant Kester Tim Stott | On sound Mark Garry |
Reviews Belfast Maurice Doherty Slavka Sverakova | Barcelona Mike Nelson: After Kerouac Sinéad Halkett | Cinemas nationwide United 93 Aileen Blaney | Cork Linda Quinlan: Its good that life has many circles Sheila Dickinson | Work [w3:k]: Aspects of work in art from 1970 to the present Fergal Gaynor | Dublin Conor Kelly: Aerophone Frédéric Bonnet | Brendan Earley: Towards a large white building Gemma Tipton | Arno Kramer: Over the shadows Marianne OKane | Sarah Pierce: The meaning of greatness Tim Stott | Better than the real thing? Paul OBrien | Samuel Beckett: A passion for painting Judith Wilkinson | Kilkenny David Sandlin: Wonderfool world Ruth Devine | Limerick Fresh, re-imagining the collection Karen Normoyle | London Daniel Figgis: Doppler Isobel Harbison | Ellen Gallagher: Salt eaters Cherry Smyth | New York Caroline McCarthy: Grand detour: Vedute and other curious observations off the grand route Joseph R. Wolin | AngloMania: Tradition and transgression in British fashion Tim Maul | Newtownards Angela Darby and Robert Peters: The rumour mill Karl Harron | Sligo Patti Smith Jason McCaffrey |
Thesaurus-generated text loops Niall de Buitléar

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

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

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