This issue of PVA Journal focuses on music and contemporary art. Each contributors was asked to select a track to accompany their texts, creating a collective playlist to accompany the publication. With contributions by Karl Burke, Liam Cagney, Don Duncan, Emma Dwyer, Francis Hallsall, Sarah Hayden, Ian Maleney, Gabrielle Schwartz, Christopher Steenson, Jennifer Walshe, and Emma Wolf-Haugh
Paper Visual Art (PVA) began as an online journal of art criticism, established in 2009 by Niamh Dunphy. Now based between Dublin and Berlin.
PVA began as a response to what was felt to be a lack of clear and critical writing on visual arts in Ireland at the time. Their interest is in producing writing about art that might also be read by those who have a curiosity in art and art discourse, and their aim is to produce texts that are forward-moving, and readable – without unnecessary jargon – through an active, critical, and at times lengthy editorial interaction with each writer.
Published by Paper Visual Art
410 × 260 mm