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  1. Tierra | Regina José Galindo Online Exhibition

    09.21 / 14:45 visualartists.ie Visualartists.ie - Arts
    September, Wednesdays and Sundays at 9pm On Internet stream, SmartTV app, AppleTV. Or watch it anytime on ikono On Demandikonotv.art/ondemand/index.html Regina José Galindo was born in 1974 in Guatemala City. She has completed residencies with Le Plateau, Paris (2005); Artpace, San Antonio, Texas (2008); and Chateau Třebešice, Czech Republic (2009). Working in the context of a newly democratized society, Galindo has developed a socially and politically motivated practice in which she st…
  2. The Art of Perfume | Cliona Doyle at SO Fine Art Editions

    09.21 / 14:45 visualartists.ie Visualartists.ie - Arts
    28 September to 4 November The Burren Perfumery, maker of small batch perfumes and cosmetics inspired by the iconic limestone of the Burren landscape and its unique flora, collaborates with artist Cliona Doyle to create a unique look for the Perfumery’s fragrances based on the landscape and flora of the Burren. The subject of each artwork was chosen to reflect a particular aspect or season of the Burren. Over the course of a year, Cliona recorded the plants and landscapes of the Burren on c…
  3. Culture Night Events at The Butler Gallery, Kilkenny

    09.21 / 14:45 visualartists.ie Visualartists.ie - Arts
    22 September, 6 to 9pm Butler Gallery invites you to celebrate Culture Night 2017 with a special programme of after-hours events inspired by the exhibition The Way Things Go: An Homage, including talks, screenings, sonic experiences and creative activities for all ages. All events are FREE of charge, but bookings are advised for certain events. More information here: butlergallery.com/culture-night-2017/ Exhibition: The Way Things Go: An Homage | 6 – 9pm Activity: TWTG Challenge | 6 – 9pm…
  4. What’s with the Apocalypse? | Paul Mosse at VISUAL, Carlow

    09.21 / 11:48 visualartists.ie Visualartists.ie - Arts
    16 September to 12 January What’s with the Apocalypse? looks back over 40 years of practice. It shows the importance of drawing, nature and the surrounding landscape on the development of Mosse’s work, and also reveals the importance of materials and the physical intelligence of his making; a responsive and instinctual process of finding and re purposing raw materials from the detritus of the everyday world that surrounds him. Throughout Mosse’s work themes of complexity; chaos and order; a…
  5. Departures | Djeribi and Jessica Kelly at At The Station, Mohill, Co. Leitrim

    09.21 / 10:27 visualartists.ie Visualartists.ie - Arts
    23 to 27 September 2017 Departures is a joint exhibition by Djeribi and Jessica Kelly. It features installation, neon, audio-visual and mixed-media work inside and on the grounds of a 19th-century railway station in Mohill, an old market town in the rural north-west. Exploring the concept of departure in an expanded sense, the artists have responded to the defunct station as both context and catalyst for new work. With no trains, tracks, passengers or destinations, the station becomes a…
  6. Wenn Grenzen Verblassen (When Boundaries Fade) | Group Exhibition at Galerie Nothburga, Austria

    09.21 / 10:27 visualartists.ie Visualartists.ie - Arts
    12 September to 7 October 2017 Leonard Sheil (Irl) and Norbert Maringer (Öst) show work together for the first time at Galerie Nothburga, Innsbruck, Austria. Sheil’s painting, and Maringer’s objects and sculpture sit uncomfortably together but connect in unexpected ways. The nature of transience and boundary are explored with Sheil’s continued references to the sea, which his exhibition in Ireland this year at Droichead Arts Centre, explored forensically. On the other hand with Maringer’s w…
  7. Project Cleansweep | Dara McGrath at Sirius Arts Centre, Cobh, Co. Cork

    09.21 / 10:27 visualartists.ie Visualartists.ie - Arts
    23 September to 26 November 2017 – Beyond the Post-Military Landscape of the United Kingdom Dara McGrath In association with Roscommon Arts Centre and Belfast Exposed Project Cleansweep takes its name from a UK Ministry of Defence report issued in 2011 that assessed the risk of residual contamination at sites in the United Kingdom used in the manufacture, storage, and disposal of chemical and biological weapons from World War I to the present day. The work looks beyond the risk assessment t…