A Brisk Autumn Walk Enjoyed: Sculpture In Context

This re-blog of my Irish News Review post is by way of a reminder that Sculpture in Context finishes tomorrow so your last chance to visit is rapidly aproaching. Do pop along if you’re in the area (and do let me know if you find the artwork numbered 146 in the catalogue)…

Irish News Review

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On a rather chilly Saturday morning my companion and I ventured forth to our annual, much-anticipated visit to the Sculpture in Context exhibition at the Botanic Gardens in Glasnevin. Unlike previous years, we actually managed to make our way around the entire exhibition and were satisfied that we had seen absolutely everything (except for exhibit number 146 which appeared to be missing). The chilliness of the weather proved to be an important factor in the success of the day’s activities; we achieved this magnificent result because the day was too cold to dawdle around as much as on sunnier visits. Added to that we initiated an unusually organised approach (in other words, we had a plan) to our seasonal cultural activity of sculpture spotting.

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