Biography – Books & Catalogues
DIRGE: REFLECTIONS ON [LIFE AND] DEATH
Published by Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland to accompany the group show Dirge: Reflections on [life and] death.
Essay by Megan Lykins Reich with a foreward by Jill Snyder. (2014)
ART AND ARCHITECTURE IN IRELAND
Yale University Press and Royal Irish Academy. (2014).
5 Vols. Vol. 5: Twentieth Century Art and Artists.
Edited by Peter Murray, Crawford Gallery Cork and Catherine Marshall, Irish Museum of Modern Art.
HISTORY OF PERFORMANCE ART IN IRELAND
Edited by Aine Phillips.
Published by Live Art Development Agency and Intellect Books (2015).
ART IN IRELAND SINCE 1910
Published by Reaktion Books.
180 illustrations, 100 in colour.
WHAT IS DRAWING?
Text by Brian Fay.
Published by the Education and Community Programmes.
Irish Museum of Modern Art (2013).
BREAKING GROUND 2001-2009
A history of Breaking Ground the Ballymun Regeneration per cent for art scheme.
Edited by Paul Mc Aree. Assistant Editor Denise Reddy.
INTO THE LIGHT
The Arts Council 60 Years of supporting the Arts.
Karen Downey (ed) with essays by Caoimhin MacGiolla Leith and Diarmaid Ferriter (2012).
Contemporary German-Irish Cultural Relations in a European Perspective.
Joachim Fischer, Rolf Stehle (eds).
Publisher: WVT Trier.
DICTIONARY OF IRISH LIVING ARTISTS
Robert O’Byrne. Plurabelle Publishing.
Irish Museum of Modern Art.
Essay by Campbell Bruce (2005)
IN THE TIME OF SHAKING
Irish artists for Amnesty International.
CONTEMPORARY DIVERSITY 2
Macroom, Co.Cork (2004).
SOMETHING ELSE CATALOGUE
With essays by Maija Koskinen, Valerie Connor and Declan Mc Gonagle.
HOLY SHOW GRAPHIC STUDIO
Chester Beatty Library (2002).
THE CHALLENGE OF POWER
Limerick City Gallery; West Cork Arts Centre.
Essay by Shiuin Hanrahan.
DITCHES AND STITCHES
Irish Museum of Modern Art (2000).
0044 IRISH ARTISTS IN BRITAIN
Essay by Peter Murray, (1999).
THE WHOSEDAY BOOK
Irish Hospice Foundation. (1999).
WHEN TIME BEGAN TO RANT AND RAGE
Figurative painting from Twentieth Century Ireland.
Ed: James Steward (1998).
AIB collection of Modern Irish Art.
Essay by Frances Ruane (1995).
Douglas Hyde Gallery.
Essays by Penelope Curtis and Luke Gibbons (1991).
23RD FESTIVAL INTERNATIONAL DE LA PEINTURE
Cagnes-sur-Mer, France (1991).
IRISH WOMEN ARTISTS
By Joan Fowler, Douglas Hyde Gallery, (1987).
THE SCHOOL SHOW
Introduction by Martin Drury.
Arts Council Touring Exhibition.
16E FESTIVAL INTERNATIONAL DE LA PEINTURE
Cagnes-sur-Mer, France (1984).