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Mick O’Dea

A Name Unmade: Francis Ledwidge (1887-1917) Solstice Arts Centre, Level 3 Gallery 28th April – 16th June, 2017, Tuesday – Saturday 11am – 4pm Mick O’Dea will take part in a group exhibition marking the centenary of the death of Francis Ledwidge. The exhibition, titled A Name Unmade: Francis Ledwidge (1887-1917), will also feature work by Sven […]

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Stephan Loughman

DIG? Connolly House – Marino College of Further Education. 30th March to 6th April Stephan Loughman is currently exhibiting a series of paintings at Connolly House, Dublin. Further information available here.

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Mark Swords

  The Living and the Dead 15 April – 17 June 2017 Temple Bar Gallery + Studios presents a solo exhibition of recent works by Mark Swords. For Temple Bar Gallery + Studios, Mark Swords has created theatrically staged paintings that have come into being through a series of gestures that juxtapose the idea of making […]

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Diana Copperwhite

  Virtú Friday 7th of April – Sunday 21st of May, 2017 Diana Copperwhite will take part in a group exhibition at The Hunt Museum. Virtú is a curated exhibition that explores the ongoing relationship between The Hunt Museum and LSAD. The exhibition includes 18 contemporary artists working in various disciplines and a collection of […]

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Vanessa Donoso-López

Vanessa Donoso-López, No Fixed Colour Continuum CANDYLAND, | Gotlandsgatan 76 | 11638 Stockholm | Sweden 17.3–2.4 2017 No Fixed Colour Continuum represents this constant misconception leading to an often feeling of displacement, forcing oneself to look back at how life use to be or would be like back home. Cross-cultural interaction begins and ends with difference; […]

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Alice Maher

Hybrid Histories: Alice Maher in conversation with Catherine Morris Wednesday, March 15 at 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM Mhairtin Ui Chadhain Theatre, AB 2041B, Trinity College, Dublin Visarts will present world-renowned Irish artist Alice Maher, and author/former cultural co-ordinator of Trinity College, Catherine Morris, for a one of a kind event. ‘Hybrid Histories: Alice Maher in […]

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