Isabel Nolan, Curling up with reality

14 December 2020

Isabel Nolan’s expansive practice incorporates paintings, sculpture, photographs, textile work, work on paper and writing. ‘Curling up with reality’ brings together a survey of her work over the last decade including significant exhibitions such as Kunstverein Langenhagen (2018); EVA International, Limerick (2018); Douglas Hyde Gallery (2017) Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver (2016) and Irish Museum of Modern Art (2014). The publication also features 20 of Nolan’s writings which explore everything from the work of fellow artists Willie Doherty and Garret Phelan to atomic aesthetics and personal musings about the fictional Tony Soprano in the Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna.
 
 
 
Edited by Gerrie van Noord
Texts by Isabel Nolan
Designed by Tony Waddingham
Published December 2020 by Launchpad, London and Kerlin Gallery, Dublin, in association with Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin
Hardcover, 334 pages
Print run: 750
25.8 x 22.5 x 3.6  cm
ISBN 978-0-9750070-9-3 
 

 

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Isabel Nolan, Curling up with reality