Androgynous vision: Irish artist David Booth

His first solo exhibition is called Typecast, but the characters in the portraits of Dublin painter David Booth are anything but

16th June, 2019
David Booth in his studio PIc: Fergal Phillips

David Booth doesn’t always like to create titles for his paintings - and the Irish artist has a good reason for avoiding them. “I think it reduces the work,” Booth says, as he stands in his Dublin studio which is packed with gesso, paintbrushes, and more a dozen of his canvases jostling for space on the walls while the lazy afternoon light spills in through the large window. “The less that is told, the more...

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