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Three Centuries of Irish Art
27 Jun 2014 - 30 Aug 2014
Drawing on the significance and quality of the Crawford Art Gallery’s permanent collection, Three Centuries of Irish Art showcases the work of artists from the nineteenth, twentieth, and twenty-first centuries.
Isabel Nolan: The Weakened Eye of Day
7 Jun 2014 - 21 Sep 2014
The Irish Museum of Modern Art presents The weakened eye of day a new project by Isabel Nolan. The exhibition explores how light manifests as a metaphor in thoughts, obsessions and pursuits and includes text, sculpture, drawings and textiles. Nolan’s works evolve out of consciously erratic investigations into the aesthetics of diverse fields such as cosmology, humoral theory and illuminated manuscripts.
Materialisation: Mapping the Making
7 Jun 2014 - 31 Aug 2014
Five artists based in Ireland have been invited by Carlow Arts Festival to create a work in response to Joana Vasconcelos’ Valkyrie Enxoval, working with collaborators of their choice. This exhibition charts their journey to the finished work and will include notebooks, photographs, prototypes, samples and statements that illustrate the process and the narrative of each collaboration.
The Starry Messenger: Seven Artist Filmmakers
5 Aug 2014 - 5 Sep 2014
Opening Reception Saturday 2 August at 7:30pm • Curated by Declan Sheehan
4 Jul 2014 - 2 Aug 2014
A collection of works from the first five years of Chancery Lane.
Sean Lynch, Nevan Lahart, Diana Copperwhite, Elaine Byrne, Sonia Shiel, Tadhg McSweeney, Danny Rolph, Oliver Comerford, Stephen Loughman, Paul McKinley, Anna Bjerger, Ulrich Vogl, Michael Boran, Mick O’Dea, Robert Armstrong, Mark Swords, Sinéad Ní Mhaonaigh, Dermot Seymour and Geraldine O’Neill.
Linda Shevlin: Supernature
20 Jun 2014 - 30 Aug 2014
This exhibition of film and installation was developed during a residency at the Organic Centre Co. Leitrim last year. Working with the staff and students of the centre, Shevlin researched and recreated a series of experiments, inspired by the cult novel Supernature, by Lyall Watson (1973), exploring the many and often astounding ways in which nature manifests itself and adapts to its environment including lunar cycles and Hashimoto’s experiments in giving voice to a cactus.