Description of Irish Arts Review:
The summer edition of the Irish Arts Review is on sale now. Is Basil Blackshaw the best Irish painter since Jack Yeats? Brian Fallon considers the question, as Blackshaw celebrates his 80th birthday this year. Also in the summer edition of the Irish Arts Review: the lost treasures of Castletown House; Ciaran Lennon interviewed; Pat Harris, artist abroad in Antwerp; Eilís O’Connell’s sculpture; Mary Lohan’s landscapes; Richard Mosse’s Congo photography; Titanic Belfast reviewed; the life and times of dramatist and political activist Alice Milligan; designs for Dublin Airport's original terminal at Collinstown; Benvarden House in County Antrim; the golden age of Irish glass; and the Irish Arts Review guide to festivals and exhibitions around Ireland this summer.
Now celebrating its 28th year of publication, the Irish Arts Review is Ireland’s leading art and design magazine. Published four times a year (spring, summer, autumn, winter). Each edition includes beautifully illustrated articles on Irish painting, sculpture, craft, photography, architecture and design, alongside exclusive interviews with artists, exhibition previews, curators’ choices, opinion pieces and a quarterly diary of events, auctions and exhibitions around the country. The Irish Arts Review is essential reading for anyone interested in Irish art and design.
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