DAVID MARCUS was the much-loved editor of numerous anthologies of Irish fiction and poetry.
MAR 2006 | ArtSeen
In the dwindling years of the Eisenhower era, painter Leon Golub undertook a series of large scale works which sought to encapsulate mankind’s panhistoric conflict within a singular metaphor: the male body under ‘duress.’
JUN 2006 | ArtSeen
Till Gerhard’s painterly eye has been singed by the coruscations of a too-explosive LSD trip. Objects in his paintings either gleam too brightly, or disappear into shadow. Splotches of neon paint dapple his surfaces like retinal floaters, imbuing each work with a hallucinatory aura befitting, to a clichéd T, the era from which his narratives are drawn.
MAY 2006 | ArtSeen
Aporetic is perhaps the most fitting adjective to describe the show currently on view at EFA gallery.