Out Now | March April 2023 issue of The Visual Artists’ News Sheet

In columns for VAN March/April issue, Iarlaith Ni Fheorais’s outlines a forthcoming access toolkit for curators and producers, while Cornelius Browne considers some of the pragmatic and conceptual connections between underground filmmaking and plein air painting. For our latest new column series, Memento Mori, Day Magee reflects on the significance of losing their father and the profound art of human grief, while Neva Elliot discusses her new body of work, ‘How to Create a Fallstreak’, which is dedicated to her late husband.

The March/April issue also features Career Development interviews with George Bolster and Alice Rekab about their solo exhibitions in West Cork and Munich respectively. Exhibition reviews in this issue include: Seán Fingleton at Copperhouse; John Beattie, ‘Reconstructing Mondrian’ at the Hugh Lane Gallery; ‘Image as Protest’ at Cristea Roberts Gallery in London; and Siobhan McGibbon, ‘Xenophon: Making Oddkin with Japanese Knotweed’ at Galway Arts Centre. Also profiled are Greywood Arts, The Museum of Everyone, Léann Herlihy’s recent performance at Project Arts Centre, and Doireann O’Malley’s new 3D theatre play, Conversations on a Crosstown Algorithm (2022).


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