Wednesday, August 31, 2016

Enclave Review 14

The new issue of Enclave Review, a contemporary arts review sheet based in Cork, is being launched this evening.


Rory Prout on ‘Grace Weir: 3 Different Nights’ at IMMA, Dublin

Fergal Gaynor on ‘Marcel Broodthaers: Retrospective’ at MoMA, New York

Michaele Cutaya on ‘Mark Curran: The Economy of Appearances’ at Limerick City Gallery

Catherine Harty on ‘Everything Must Go’ at the Glucksman, Cork

Sarah Kelleher on ‘Susan Philpsz: War-Damaged Instruments’ at Tate Britain and ‘Fabio Mauri: Oscuramento’ at Hauser and Wirth, London

Martha Hegarty on ‘Richard Proffitt: Hold The Candle To Your Eye / Light The Criss-Cross On Your Chest’ at the Sirius Arts Centre, Cobh

Kirstie North on ‘Hybrid Ireland’ at Letterkenny Regional Cultural Centre

Rebecca O’Dwyer on ‘George Bolster / Damian Doyle: Amazement Insulates Us All / Memento Vivere’ at The Lab, Dublin

Leah Reynolds on ‘Agnes Martin: retrospective’ at Tate Modern, London & Kunstsammlung Nordrhein Westfalen, Düsseldorf

Paul Hegarty on ‘Mark Wallinger: ID’ at Hauser and Wirth, London

Larry List on ‘Tom Hackney: Corresponding Squares’ at Francis Naumann Fine Art, New York

Special section on Experimental Cinema edited by Maximilian Le Cain:

Daniel Fitzpatrick & Alice Butler on ‘Collectivism: Screening the Collective’

Maximilian Le Cain on ‘Juan Carlos Gallardo: 90 Years without Sleep’ at The Guesthouse, Cork

Gianluca Pulsoni on ‘Marc Karlin: Frament d’un oeuvre’ at États généraux du film documentaire, Lussas

Alice Butler on ‘Atoosa Pour Hosseini: Mirage’ at Artbox, Dublin


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