by Steven Quinn in New Art on Thursday 25 April 2013

Conor Harrington brings a touch of class to the mire of the over-populated homogenised world of street art. Harrington usually paints distorted inky figures in clothes from the 1800s, which I think he bases on photographs he has set up in a studio. What I am also impressed by is the scale of his public works, which must take some time.