MADDER LAKE ED. #9: TOWARDS SAMENESS & DIFFERENCE by James Merrigan

Lying somewhere near the graveyard of art criticism is Madder Lake Editions, where twisted tales from the artworld are told. This week JAMES MERRIGAN takes the plunge into the murky depths kissed red-red at the shore with his 'Towards Sameness & Difference' review of sameness and difference in art and CoisCéim's 'Body Language' at Dublin's Royal Hibernian Academy (RHA) 💀

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MADDER LAKE ED. #8: TOWARDS AN ART EDUCATION by James Merrigan

Lying somewhere near the graveyard of art criticism is Madder Lake Editions, where twisted tales from the artworld are told. This week JAMES MERRIGAN takes the plunge into the murky depths kissed red-red at the shore with his 'Towards an Art Education' critical reflection on art and education, prompted by reading Sam Thorne's book School: A Recent History of Self-Organised Art Education (2017) 💀

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MADDER LAKE ED. #4 : 'Crimson Wave' tale of art and menstruation by James Merrigan

Lying somewhere near the graveyard of art criticism is Madder Lake (ahem) Editions, where twisted tales from the artworld are told. This week JAMES MERRIGAN takes the plunge into the murky depths kissed red-red at the shore with his Crimson Wave tale of art and menstruation, prompted by Sorcha Peyton's visceral object found idle in the 'Sisters of the Moon' #allfemaleshow (not my hashtag!) at the Gallery of Modern Art (GOMA), Waterford💀

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MADDER LAKE ED. #3 : 'Thicker-than-Blood-and-Technique' review of Nan Goldin at The Irish Museum of Modern Art💀 by James Merrigan

Lying somewhere near the graveyard of art criticism is Madder Lake (ahem) Editions, where twisted tales from the artworld are told. This week JAMES MERRIGAN takes the plunge into the murky depths kissed red-red at the shore with his Thicker-than-Blood-and-Technique review of Nan Goldin's solo exhibition 'Weekend Plans' at The Irish Museum of Modern Art.💀

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