A consideration of the public service advertisements produced by the Northern Ireland office in 1994-95 during the brief, first IRA cease-fire. The ads conjured up a 'feel=good' factor that was hard to resist or criticise after so many years of unremitting gloom.
|Type||A catalogue essay to accompany Willie Doherty's exhibition 'Same old Story', held at Matt's Gallery, London, June-August, 1997; The Orchard Gallery, Derry, August- October, 1997 and Firstsite, The Minories, Colchester, May-June 1998|
|Number of pages||23|
|Publication status||Published - 1997|
- Peace process
- Northern Ireland Office advertisements
- Van Morrison