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The Quarterly Review of Irish Art
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  • 03/05/15--02:05: Everyday heroes
  • From the IAR Archive: Michael Quane’s sculpture celebrates the ordinary citizen rather than leading political figures, writes Peter Murray in his appraisal of the Cork-born artist

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  • 03/23/15--02:53: Deconstructing John Behan
  • From the IAR Archive: Technical developments enable artistic development’: John Behan reflects on the circumstances which spurred his move to sculpture, in conversation here with Brian McAvera

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  • 04/30/15--02:03: Material translations
  • From the IAR Archive: Patrick T Murphy traces the career path of sculptor Eilís O’Connell who was chosen as the winner of a limited competition to design a new sculpture for TCD

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  • 05/28/15--03:38: Between form and space
  • From the IAR Archive: Many principles came into force to guide the shaping of UL’s outdoor sculpture collection, not least the overarching vision of Ed Walsh. Judith Hill gives an insight into its conception

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  • 06/23/15--03:05: Kindred spirits
  • From the IAR Archive: Imogen Stuart is gladdened to see a new generation, represented here by Helen O’Connell embracing the traditions and craft of their art.

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  • 07/16/15--02:49: Orators & artistry
  • From the IAR Archive: Michael Waldron tracks the shaping of John Hogan’s national art as championed by Young Irelander Thomas Davis

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    Seán Kissane reflects on the career of Gerda Frömel whose handling of form echoes Brancusi’s statement ‘Beauty is absolute equity.’

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  • 09/30/15--10:06: Through a glass darkly
  • From the IAR Archive, we republish here Cliodhna Shaffrey's review of Mullarney's 2010 winter exhibitions.

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  • 11/19/15--01:00: Ghost in the machine
  • From IAR Autumn Edition: Peter Murray examines the career of Don Cronin, whose background in philosophy informs his sculpture.

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  • 01/11/16--06:42: Taking Stock
  • From the IAR Autumn 2014 Edition: Reflecting on a career marked by invention and experiment, distinguished sculptor Bob Sloan tells Brian McAvera, ‘I find working in the studio as difficult as ever. Nothing comes easy’

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    From the Spring 2016 edition: Paula Murphy examines the political character of Oliver Sheppard’s work as exemplified by Cúchulainn and his all’antica portrayal of Padraig Pearse.

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  • 06/01/16--07:20: Inner-visions
  • From the Summer 2016 edition: George Warren’s approach to art is influenced and inspired by his interest in analytical psychology, writes Robert Armstrong.

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  • 07/22/16--07:58: Body and Soul
  • Carissa Farrell visits the studio of sculptor Catherine Greene where the magic of transforming abstract idea into plastic form takes place.

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  • 08/31/16--01:00: Essays on disharmony
  • From the Autumn 2016 edition: Weird, slightly nauseating yet also beautiful; Francis Halsall looks forward to Siobhán Hapaska’s autumn exhibition at the Kerlin Gallery, Dublin.

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  • 01/16/17--13:48: Eco-warrior
  • From the current edition: Mark Ewart visits the studio of Allihies-based artist Rachel Parry who transforms natural matter into mesmerizing art. Read More

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  • 02/27/17--08:41: Of birds and beasts
  • Eoghan Nolan traces the influence of location in the sculpture of Achill-based sculptor, Ronan Halpin Read More

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  • 04/05/17--08:59: Return to form
  • From the Spring 2017 edition: Kevin Francis Gray’s debt to classical sculpture is both obvious and complicated, writes Riann Coulter in anticipation of the Armagh-born artist’s first exhibition on this island. Read More

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  • 06/22/17--05:10: From the ground up
  • Eilís O’Connell is widely admired for expanding the language of sculpture; here she tells Brian McAvera ‘Gravity is my dearest enemy’ ahead of her participation in ‘Ark’ this summer at Chester Cathedral Read More

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  • 08/31/17--02:32: Gaia’s Garden
  • New from the Autumn 2017 edition. Linda Brunker’s female avatars affirm nature and spirit. Mark Ewart talks to the Irish sculptor as she departs California for France Read More

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  • 11/11/17--08:50: Centenary harvest
  • New from the Winter 2017 edition. Carissa Farrell explores the civic values inherent in Rachel Joynt’s soon-to-be-unveiled 1916 commemorative commission, Dearcán na nDaoine, for the grounds of Áras an Uachtaráin Read More