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Robert Armstrong

Robert Armstrong’s painting, The Meeting, is on the cover of Pale Sister, a new publication by Colm Tóibín. Pale Sister, written by Tóibín for Irish actress Lisa Dwan, is a dramatisation of the voice of Ismene, the sister of Antigone, who recounts her sister’s defiance of the king as pressures mount on Ismene herself to […]

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Geraldine O’Neill

Kevin Kavanagh is pleased to announce that In This Brief Time- Rabhlaí Rabhlaí by Geraldine O’Neill has recently been acquired by the Irish Arts Council. The painting shall be included in an exhibition of works from the Arts Council’s collection taking place on Friday the 20th of September to mark the occasion of Culture Night. […]

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Aileen Murphy

‘Panting’ is a solo exhibition of paintings by Aileen Murphy at Temple Bar Gallery and Studios. With this series of new paintings, Murphy responds to a fundamental set of questions: How can a painting remain open and yet still hold together? What is elastic space? How can painting complicate its own space, or abstract the […]

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Sonia Shiel

I Am What You’ve Come To See Void Gallery, Derry 5th September – 1 November 2019 I Am What You’ve Come To See is a solo exhibition of work by Sonia Shiel currently on view at Void Gallery, Derry. In all works of fiction there belies an agreement that the reader/the viewer will allow for […]

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Kathy Tynan and Stephanie Deady nominated for Hennessy Craig award.

Kevin Kavanagh is delighted to announce that Kathy Tynan and Stephanie Deady have been nominated for the The Hennessy Craig award. Established at the bequest of the estate of Patrick Hennessy and Henry Robertson Craig, the award is offered on a biannual basis to artists under the age of thirty five whose work has been […]

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Geraldine O’Neill, Alice Maher, Mick O’Dea, Gary Coyle to feature in ’21st Century Ireland in 21 Artworks’, Glebe House and Gallery.

The Glebe Gallery / Office of Public Works in association with RTÉ & Earagail Arts Festival presents ‘21st Century Ireland in 21 Artworks’ at Glebe House and Gallery, Donegal. The exhibition is curated by Cristín Leach and looks at the island of Ireland since the turn of the century. All the artworks included in this […]

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