May June 2023 issue of The Visual Artists’ News Sheet

The May/June issue of The Visual Artists’ News Sheet opens with a diverse series of columns: Veronica Sanchez discusses the contemporary relevance of Latin American art, Aoife Banks outlines the rationale underpinning her long-running curatorial project, The Queeratorial, and Sarah Browne outlines a recent collaborative film-making project with autistic young people in North Dublin.

VAN May/June issue introduces a new section, In Focus: Irish Arts Abroad, with insights from VAI members living overseas – Suzanne Mooney in Tokyo, Arno Kramer in The Netherlands, Kira O’Reilly in Helsinki, and John Kindness in London – and we also hear from several Irish cultural organisations about their visual art programmes: Contemporary Irish Arts Center Los Angeles, Irish Arts Center in New York, Centre Culturel Irlandais, Paris, and Irish Cultural Centre in London.

Exhibitions reviewed in this issue include: Niamh O’Malley at The Model, Richard Gorman at Hugh Lane Gallery, Philip Mosse at Molesworth Gallery, Bernadette Kiely at Lavit Gallery, Clare Langan at Luan Gallery, Eoin Mac Lochlainn at Olivier Cornet Gallery, Alice Maher at Golden Thread Gallery, ‘Mam­malia and the Psyche’ and ‘Come on Baby’ at Limerick City Gallery of Art, and ‘Fix Your Pony!’ at Naughton Gallery.

Also in this issue, EL Putnam reviews Hettie Judah’s new book, How Not to Exclude Artist Mothers (and other parents); Noelle English reports on the MAKE Symposium 2023 at MTU Crawford College of Art and Design; and Brendan Maher interviews Therry Rudin and Patricia Hurl about ‘Homeland’, an open-submission exhibition of video art, now in its tenth year.

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The Visual Artists’ News Sheet – May/June

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