Aidan Dunne

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Aidan Dunne
Occupation Journalist
Nationality Irish
Alma mater National College of Art and Design
Notable work(s) Patrick Scott

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A graduate of the National College of Art and Design, Aidan Dunne was art critic of In Dublin magazine, Sunday Press and the Sunday Tribune. Currently visual arts critic of The Irish Times, Dunne has written extensively on Irish art, with essays on Michael Mulcahy, Victor Sloan, Patrick Scott, Hughie O'Donoghue, Patrick Swift, and Jennifer Trouton.[1] He has also written an essay on Russian photographer and artist Alexey Titarenko.[2]

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Patrick Scott, published by Liberties Press in 2008; 2010- ISBN 1-905483-53-8; ISBN 978-1-905483-53-2

References[edit]

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  2. ^ Aidan Dunne. "Camera in a City of Shadows", The Irish Times, Dublin, 5 May 2007.

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