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In September Mayo born artist Niamh O’Malley will return to her home county for a unique exhibition featuring recent examples of her work in five different venues around the Mayo region. Creating a cultural trail through some of Ireland’s most stunning landscapes, visitors are encouraged to engage with Niamh’s work in exhibition spaces in Belmullet, Ballycastle, Ballina, Castlebar and Westport.
In September Mayo born artist Niamh O’Malley will return to her home county for a unique exhibition featuring recent examples of her work in five different venues around the Mayo region.
Following the success of Borrowed Memories - the Luan Gallery’s inaugural exhibition - curated as part of the Irish Museum of Modern Art’s National Programme, Luan Gallery is delighted to announce their new spring exhibition programme, which has just opened to the public.
Athlone’s new contemporary art gallery has really impressed the arts minister, who said he is blown away by the facility and its contribution to Athlone’s cultural landscape.
A new contemporary art gallery was officially opened in Athlone yesterday [Thursday] by Minister for Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Jimmy Deenihan.
Dress is an instant and effective display of identity and an important component of our daily lives. By means of clothing, individuals establish their sense of self as well as their place in society. Through works such as The Troubles: an Artist’s Document of Ulster by Les Levine and Green Room by Jackie Nickerson, Fabric of Identity explores the presentation of individual and collective identities, private and public personas. The exhibition also includes work by artists Marina Abramovic, James Hanley, and Janet Mullarney.
Minister for Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Jimmy Deenihan will officially open Athlone’s new art gallery, the Luan, on Thursday November 29, it has been confirmed.
THE SAW Doctors, DruidMurphy, The Waterboys’ Mike Scott, paintings by Jack B Yeats, and the presence of Uachtarán na hÉireann, will be part and parcel of the 35th Annual Clifden Arts Festival.
New Work by artist Charles Harper is the latest exhibition to be opened next weekend at The Russell Gallery, a dedicated fine art space in New Quay, Co Clare. The launch will take place on Saturday June 19 from 4pm to 6pm. There will be a wine reception and Harper will present his latest effort, an exquisite collection of 24 small watercolour pieces.
The Butler Gallery will present Gulf, an exhibition of previously unseen, large-scale photographs by renowned photographer Jackie Nickerson from April 24 to June 6.