The Painters of Belfast’s No Man’s Land: How Northern Ireland is Grappling with a Hollow Peace by Stephen Groves

The Painters of Belfast’s No Man’s Land: How Northern Ireland is Grappling with a Hollow Peace

byStephen Groves

Kobo ebook | January 16, 2019

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A timely exploration of art on the boundary of Northern Ireland’s fragile peace. Stephen Groves follows a famed Protestant artist and his Catholic accomplice as they paint the walls of Belfast’s no man’s land. Through their lives, we see a glimpse of the deep social issues which plague Northern Ireland today. Epidemics of drugs and suicide – the symptoms of internalised trauma. Is peace simply the absence of violence?

Title:The Painters of Belfast’s No Man’s Land: How Northern Ireland is Grappling with a Hollow PeaceFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:January 16, 2019Publisher:Random HouseLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1473571154

ISBN - 13:9781473571150

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2018 RUNNER-UP OF THE BODLEY HEAD | FINANCIAL TIMES ESSAY PRIZEA timely exploration of art on the boundary of Northern Ireland’s fragile peace. Stephen Groves follows a famed Protestant artist and his Catholic accomplice as they paint the walls of Belfast’s no man’s land. Through their lives, we see a glimpse of the deep social issues which plague Northern Ireland today. Epidemics of drugs and suicide – the symptoms of internalised trauma. Is peace simply the absence of violence?