August 23, 2013

Issue 9

Enclave Review 9 is now at the design stage – we hope to launch the issue before Christmas.

Articles from Enclave Review 8 have now been uploaded to our digital archive (see tabs above). They include:

Essays: David Brancaleone: ‘Richard Mosse’s Infra: Conflict, Art and the Regime of the Documentary Image’; Maeve Connolly: ‘Berlin’s New Society for the Visual Arts’; Daniel Jewesbury: ‘Malcolm Says it’s Raining: The Performances of Cian Donnelly’; Trevor Joyce: ‘The Phantom Quarry: Translating a Renaissance Painting into Modern Poetry’

Reviews: Julie Daunt on Into The Light (Cork); Fergal Gaynor on Wols (Bremen); Catherine Harty on The United States of Europe (Cork); Sarah Hayden on Beasts of England / Beasts of Ireland (Carlow); Sarah Kelleher on Eva Hesse (London); Sheila Mannix on Lost Boys (Cork); Dobz O’Brien on Tino Sehgal (Dublin); Barra Ó Seaghdha on Sonic Vigil (Cork); Rachel Warriner on Robert Power and Rachel Barton (Ballincollig).

ER distribution points: the Glucksman, Crawford Art Gallery, CCAD, Basement Project Space and Sample Studios (in Cork); the Project, Hugh Lane and Douglas Hyde (in Dublin); Limerick City Gallery and Ormston House (in Limerick); the Burren College of Art, Galway Arts Centre, Model Niland and 126 Gallery (in the West); University of Ulster, Catalyst and CCA Derry-Londonderry (in the North); as well as in Visual (Carlow), Soma (Waterford) and the Butler Gallery (Kilkenny). Outside of Ireland copies are available at the Fruitmarket (Edinburgh), KW Institute (Berlin) and Goleb (Amsterdam). Arrangements are being made for distribution in London and New York. Copies are also available for reading at the following libraries: UCC, LSAD, NCAD, GMIT, TCD and CCAD.

If you would like to subscribe (it costs €5 for a year’s supply to an address in Ireland, £5 for Britain, €6 for the EU – please ask for other destinations), just email us at <> and we’ll send a Paypal invoice.

We are grateful to the College of Arts, Celtic Studies and Social Sciences (UCC), The Arts Council of Ireland, Cork City Council and Brendan McCabe for their generous support.


Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.