The Irish word radharc suggests a prospect, view, scene, range of vision, or something seen.
Drawn from Crawford Art Gallery’s extensive print collection, this exhibition is presented with bilingual labels (Irish and English) and offers a cross-section of printmaking practice over the past century.
Featuring works by artists ranging from Katherine Boucher Beug and Fiona Kelly to Robert Indiana and Pablo Picasso, RADHARC surveys topographical perspectives and introspective states.
What enters the artist’s field of vision and how do they perceive or propose what they envision?
Curated by Michael Waldron