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Sick, Antony Gormley, Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin

Antony Gormley’s piece, ‘Sick’ had been in storage in a timber crate in what was discovered to be a leaking store in Dublin. On opening the case prior to an exhibition, the curators discovered that it was covered with a layer of lead corrosion, due to a combination of damp
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O’Connell Street, Dublin

At some stage in the fairly recent past the bronzes of the O’Connell (by John Henry Foley) and Parnell (by Augustus Saint Gaudens) Monuments had been shot blasted at high pressure with a coarse, sharp grit, leaving an overall matte texture, then coated with a coppery-orange paint and
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