Archive for March, 2015

March 24, 2015

Enclave Review No. 12

ER12 is at the printers and will be launched next Tuesday (31st March, 6.15pm) at the Oval Bar, Tuckey Street, Cork.

Feature Essay:
Raymond Deane: ‘Uneventful Music in Eventful Times’

Tim Stott on Eoin McHugh, The Skies Will Be Friendlier Then at Kerlin Gallery, Dublin
Rachel Warriner on Alice Maher: Reservoir – Sketchbooks & Selected Works, Roads Publishing, 2014
Ed Krčma on Kathy Prendergast: The Furthest Place from the Centre of the Earth at Kinsale Arts Festival
Fergal Gaynor on Marie Foley: Aesthetic Logic at Triskel Arts Centre, Cork
Paul Hegarty on Maria Park: Composition at Thatcher Gallery, New York
Emma Dwan O’Reilly on Mary McIntyre: An Interior Landscape at VISUAL, Carlow
Glenn Loughran on Hélio Oiticica: Propositions at Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin
Eszter Zimanyi on Histories Absolved: Revolutionary Cuban Poster Art and the Muslim International, Medina, Los Angeles
David Brancaleone on Laura Poitras: Citizenfour (2014)
Catherine Harty on Michael Baumgartner: We Look at The Black Mariah, Cork
Kirstie North on Selective Memory: Artists in the Archive, Lewis Glucksman Gallery, Cork
Siobhán Mooney on Joe Scullion: Settle and Jacob Dahlgren: Abstract Space in Concrete Terms, Rua Red, Dublin
Sarah Lincoln on The Nuisance of Landscape at Grizedale Arts, Coniston
Adrian Duncan on Harun Farocki: Ernste Spiele at the Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin
Rory Prout on Niamh O’Malley at Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin