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HUNTER S Thompson, Johnny Cash, George Bernard Shaw, and half of Angelina Jolie’s head all appear in the new exhibition by former graffiti artist Luke McMullan.
IRISH ARTISTS living in Berlin, a host of major names in the Irish art world, and numerous emerging young talent are exhibiting across Galway city.
KENNETH WEBB first walked into Kenny’s on High Street in 1953, starting a partnership which has endured between artist and gallery for 60 years.
A exhibition examining Galway’s past and present and entitled “Architecture in Space and Time” is taking place at City Hall.
THE KENNY Gallery recently hosted the launch of an outstanding debut poetry collection by West of Ireland poet, Martin Dyar.
PRETTY PICTURES is the title of a new exhibition by Dean Kelly and Shane Crotty which opens tomorrow at 6pm in The Kenny Gallery in the Liosbán Retail Park, Tuam Road.
TOMORROW EVENING sees the opening of Ancient Resonance, a major retrospective celebrating the work of Galway artist Sharon O’Malley, at the Galway Arts Centre.
The Galway Arts Festival returns from Monday July 16 to Sunday 29 and will be officially launched in Dublin this evening and in Galway tomorrow. Below is all that is on during the two weeks and there is plenty to look forward to.
The buildings we see on the left of our photograph were once two-storey houses which featured on the 1651 map of Galway. Some years ago, in this column, we showed a painting of those houses and also the ones across the street which gave the impression of a continental atmosphere to this area. According to Griffith’s Valuation, which was published c1855, the houses on the left were occupied at that time by Dennis Quinn, Patrick Commons, and Michael Derrane, all of whom kept lodgers.
THE NUDE in Western art can be either be a study of the form, contours, and idiosyncrasies of the human body (eg, Gwen John, Lucien Freud), or be unashamed erotica (Ingres, Delveaux, Allen Jones) - it just depends on who is painting them.