Tag Archives: Richard Long

Stuart Calvin, Greater than I, May 4 – 18 2017, GTG Belfast

          Stuart Calvin wrote to me: “The process for creating the plaster forms involves pouring the plaster directly onto a flat smooth surface. Before the plaster fully sets, I shape them until they are slightly domed. … Continue reading

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Part 5: CUMULATOR 7 at The Point, Groomsport, 7th July 2016/Addendum

Rainer Pagel has visited the site of the Cumulator 7  ten days later.  He took  photographs of the gilded stones and shells, his installation. High and low tides changed his arrangement. The sea made its own installation – with seaweed. … Continue reading

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Long drawn out

Long drawn out, Catalyst Arts, 4 – 27 July 2013 Curated by Alice Clark (2011, MFA University of Ulster) the display of drawing in a continuous space engages with discoveries and new tools, in a pronounced contrast to the academic … Continue reading

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Doreen Kennedy

Doreen Kennedy: Revisit, ADF Gallery, Belfast, June-July 2013 Sonia Falcone  presents a variation of a grid, I think of as a soft grid.  A grid became an ubiquitous device of the 20th C visual art,  it usually tessellated rectangular elements, like … Continue reading

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Drawing

First published  in the catalogue The 43 uses of Drawing, 2011:6-9 Recently, a curator chastised Richard Serra for saying “in terms of drawing – ideas, metaphors, emotions, language structures result from the act of doing”; she insisted that drawing was … Continue reading

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