New oversized fruit sculptures by Kathleen Ryan – mould, fungus and decay grotesquely, beautifully picked out in precious and semi-precious stones, expressing transience, desire and the arbitrary value we place on things.
Previously: Best Before
Smithfield, Dublin 7.
Deliveries of fresh fruit being taken in by BOM Fruit at Dublin’s Fruit and Vegetable Market.
Retailers of fresh produce including fruit, vegetables and flowers are under threat from restrictions and delays that could result from a no deal Brexit
Earlier: Port In A Storm
Anthony O’Toole writes:
Peach season has begun in Wexford. Only took three years to get a decent crop that I can fuss over for the next few weeks.
Jams, chutneys, ice creams, boozy liquors and lots of breakfasts, lunches, dinners, snacks and sweet treats will feature the beloved
Somewhere in Cork.
Armed looters, burning mounds of Kittensoft, etc. out of shot.
Colum Cronin tweets:
Had to make a shop run this morning: There was an abundance of fresh fruit and veg and very few empty shelves, unless you want make-at-home popcorn! I know this isn’t as provocative as photos of empty shelves but it’s important to reassure people: Supply chain of food is working.
Earlier: Not All Heroes Sell Grapes