Modern vision of Irish art

As a fledgling art critic destined one day to be the director of the Irish Museum of Modern Art (Imma), Enrique Juncosa got off to an excellent start.

15th April, 2006

As a fledgling art critic destined one day to be the director of the Irish Museum of Modern Art (Imma), Enrique Juncosa got off to an excellent start. In 1989, the first magazine feature he wrote was a critique of a show at the Whitechapel Gallery in London by a ‘‘not very well known’’ Irish artist by the name of Sean Scully.

Scully saw the text, liked it and sent a watercolour...

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