4 edition of Belfast frescoes found in the catalog.
Exhibited at the Kerlin Gallery, Dublin, 1994.
|Statement||works by John Kindness ; with an essay by Ciaran Carson.|
|Contributions||Carson, Ciaron., Ulster Museum.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) :|
They express something about the politics, heritage and identity of the locations being visited, whether a medieval fresco in an Italian church, or modern political art found in Belfast or Tehran. This interdisciplinary and highly international book explores tourism around murals that are either evolving or have transitioned as instruments of. Ciaran Carson is also an accomplished musician, and is the author of Last Night's Fun: About Time, Food and Music (), a study of Irish traditional music. He was Director of the Seamus Heaney Centre for Poetry at Queen's University, Belfast, until his retirement in Place Of Birth: Belfast, Northern Ireland.
For a more leisurely time chill out in the Botanic Gardens – or take some friends, a book or iPad and study al fresco. The excellent Ulster Museum with its art and archaeological exhibits is in the grounds. The Belfast Mela is one of events and festivals that take part in the gardens throughout the year. R5 Victoria Square, Belfast, Northern Ireland, BT1 4QG. Tel: +44 See all restaurants in Belfast.
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Belfast Frescoes Belfast Frescoes is a sequence of twenty lime frescoes on slate by John Kindness, telling an autobiographical story of his childhood in Belfast in the s. It was conceived as a proposal in for an artwork to be built into the Belfast lounge at Heathrow Airport.
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If it is urban art that reigns supreme in the centre of Belfast, you can discover hundreds of frescoes in other areas of the city. These have a political character and retrace the dark period of the troubles which opposed Loyalist Protestants and Republican Catholics.
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Ciaran Gerard Carson (9 October – 6 October ) was a Northern Ireland -born poet and novelist. 3 Critical perspective. Translations. 5 Prizes and awards. 7 External links. Ciaran Carson was born in Belfast into an Irish-speaking family.
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