As with many events and exhibitions across the city, the IRL version of the Science Gallery’s show Invisible has been shut – but an online version is coming.
Teaming up with a Restaurant, Gallery X Returns
On Golden Lane, the gallery of the macabre and erotic will share a space with the restaurant Feast. The proprietors have a slew of ideas for collaborations mixing food and art.
At The Library Project, Creating Artworks from Google Maps
Three of photographer David Thomas Smith’s works are currently on display at the gallery in Temple Bar, part of a series inspired by a message sent into space.
At Project Arts Centre, Orthodox Icons Inspire an Exhibition of Ideas
Five artists took the story of how twenty-four icons came to Ireland as their springboard, creating works that reflect on displacement, conflict, and more.
Meet the New Visual-Arts Curator at Project Arts Centre
Livia Paldi has taken up her post during a time of reflection at the 50-year-old art institution.
At Gallery X, Dead Animals Get a New Lease on Life
Featuring five artists, “Still Life: Honouring the Dead” aims to challenge preconceptions about life and death, waste, and our relationship with animals.
In Temple Bar, an Effort to Erase a “Repeal the 8th” Mural
Some believe the effort is politically motivated as previous murals at the Project Arts Centre didn’t face complaints about a lack of planning permission.
Brushing Up: Markey’s Stained-Glass Panels
Belfast artist Markey stopped at the Oriel Gallery to ask for directions to the American embassy because he was planning to emigrate. Instead, he ended up moving in upstairs, and leaving his mark on the place.
Does Sean Scully Deserve the National Gallery?
Pushing aside the classics to make way for his show has been called cultural vandalism, but he says we should be celebrating, not moaning.