• Critical Bastards Issue 15 Launch

    This Wednesday sees the launch of the new and 15th issue of Critical Bastards. This latest issue of the critical art magazine is titled Bilocation and features responses and reviews of shows in both Ireland and New York. Contributors include Suzanne Walsh, Adrian Duncan, Davey Moor and Jessamyn Fiore. The launch is at 6pm in Temple Bar Gallery + Studios on Wednesday in Studio 6, with a link to the Facebook event available here.

  • Critical Bastards #14 Launch

    Critical Bastards launch their new issue later this evening in Dublin’s Temple Bar Gallery + Studios. The latest release from the critical art journal is centred on the theme of ‘hope’ and its role within the creation and enjoyment of art – the open call for submissions earlier this year advised: “Critical thinking without hope is cynicism. Hope without critical thinking is naïveté… We are looking for critical responses to the idea of the hope that underpins the ceaseless endurance of existence, and of art.”  As we continue in 2017 with the current global and national social and political crises, this…

  • Critical Bastards Submission

    Independent Irish publication Critical Bastards have announced details of an open submission for their 14th issue – the theme for the forthcoming issue is ‘Hope‘. Critical Bastards is a vital and engaging publication that seeks to open dialogues surrounding art in Ireland. Their last issue was an audio version to do with ‘Work‘ with the issue previous to that a print version with the theme of ‘Resourcefulness‘. We’re big supporters and fans of the work CB do and encourage all to submit! The closing date is March 14th with more info on submission requirements here.