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Bumpflakes: Nuisancebears exhibition at Ballina Arts Centre

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Bumpflakes is a major new exhibition by Nuisancebears, aka Sligo-born sculptor Nick Devaney. The work of Nuisancebears occupies a cultural geography inhabited by the likes of Jimmy Durham and Gabriel Orozco, a land where familiar, everyday objects, and cultural references conspire to create glimpses of alternative possibilities that are both engaging and provocative. Concrete kerbing combines with the likes of cocktail umbrellas, cornflakes consort with speed bumps, an ice-fishing hut provides a life-size studio/laboratory for the implied-but-absent ‘scientist/artist’ author of these works. Admission is free and all are welcome to attend, the exhibition runs until July 3.

Art exhibition in Ballina

A new art exhibition by Nuisancebears, aka Sligo-born artist Nick Devaney, is on show in Ballina Arts Centre, Ballina Civic Offices, Arran Place, Ballina, until July 3.

Exhibition and poetry events in Westport

A group exhibition at the Sea, Sky Shore Gallery, James Street, Westport, featuring work made by the following artists at Custom House Studios during 2008; Cecilia Bullo, Breda Burns, Nick Devaney, Pam Gray, Christina Heraty, Niall McCormack, Sinead Wall, Ian Wieczorek, and Katja Wittmer will be opened by Councillor Margaret Adams, chairperson of Custom House Studios, on Thursday January 29 at 6pm. The exhibition will continue until February 28.

Upcoming events from Custom House Studios

Group exhibition at the Sea, Sky Shore Gallery, James Street Westport, featuring work made by artists at Custom House Studios during 2008; Cecilia Bullo, Breda Burns, Nick Devaney, Pam Gray, Christina Heraty, Niall Mc Cormack, Sinead Wall, Ian Wieczorek, and Katja Wittmer. Exhibition will be opened by Cllr Margaret Adams, chairperson of Custom House Studios, on Thursday January 29 at 6pm, and continues until February 28.

New web site launched from Custom House Studios

Custom House Studios at Westport Quay has launched a new website. The site provides comprehensive information about the facilities and programming of events at the studios, including artists who work at the studios, as well as information on exhibitions and a print studio. Visit www.customhousestudios.ie

 

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