Seán O Sullivan is a writer and curator whose work focuses on the politics and preservation of localities. He has curated projects and written critical texts dealing with subjects such as architecture, ecology and the bonds between people and places. He is a former chairman of Black Church Print Studio, Dublin. He holds an MA in Curation and a BA in Fine Art from IADT, Dún Laoghaire. He is currently Visual Arts Adviser to the Arts Council of Ireland / An Comhairle Ealaíon.

This page: Exit Limerick is a series of hundred-word reviews covering each artist represented in eva International 2012, its fringe events, and each graduating student from LIT Limerick School of Art and Design.

Exit Limerick

The Exit Limerick publication. Image © the Limerick Leader, the respective artists and authors.
The Exit Limerick publication. Image © the Limerick Leader, the respective artists and authors.

Exit Limerick is a series of hundred-word reviews covering eva International 2012, its fringe events, and the LIT graduate exhibtion; each artist was reviewed by two separate writers. The project is an initiative of Static Gallery, Liverpool, and is included in eva International 2012 at the invitation of curator Annie Fletcher.

The collected reviews formed a hardcopy insert in the city edition of the Limerick Leader on 14 June 2012. Static Gallery hosted an open debate regarding the Exit project on the LIT campus the following day.

Exit was previously published in response to graduate exhibitions in Liverpool in 2003, and in Cork in both 2005 and 2006.

There are a set of high quality scans of the Exit Limerick newspaper section available to download below.