Ain’t I a Woman? South Tipperary Arts Centre
Ain’t I a Woman? is exhibition of 3 artworks by 3 artists to mark International Woman’s Day, and the first centenary of women’s suffrage in Ireland. The exhibition presents the work of Kathy Prendergast, Pauline Cummins and Aideen Barry.
Foundation15 Arts Festival
Foundation15, now in its third year, has exhibited the work of over 100 Irish and international artists including works previously shown at the Venice Biennale and Tate Modern. This year's exhibition, opening 10 September, is taking place in multiple venues from commercial units, historic sites and public spaces in Tullamore, Co. Offaly.
21 May 2015 31 Jul 2015
This lasted until dawn...
The Arts Department of Wexford County Council in partnership with Wexford Arts Centre and the Irish Museum of Modern Art (IMMA) are pleased to host an exhibition of celebrated contemporary Irish paintings this summer. This lasted until dawn... features the work of many notable painters including Basil Blackshaw, Oliver Comerford, Barrie Cooke, Diana Copperwhite, William Crozier, Elizabeth Magill, Michael Mulcahy and Hughie O’Donoghue.
10 Jan 2015 25 Feb 2015
Portraits from The David Kronn Collection - Butler Gallery, Kilkenny
Drawn from the recent exhibition 'Second Sight' the selection on view at the Butler Gallery focuses on portraits and doubled images in many guises. This exhibition comes to the Butler Gallery from the National Programme of IMMA and is drawn from the exceptional collection of photography amassed by Dr David Kronn.
Sitting, Arthouse, Stradbally, Co Laois
Sitting is the title given to the residency, by artist Nick Miller, at the Laois Arthouse, Stradbally, Co Laois, and includes an exhibition of selected portrait related works by Miller on loan from the Irish Museum of Modern Art’s Collection
11 Apr 2014 13 Jul 2014
Facing Pages: The Art of The Great Book of Ireland
Published in 1991 The Great Book of Ireland captures a significant moment of Ireland’s cultural production. This exhibition explores the ideas that went into the creation of the manuscript, the ways in which collections offer insight into specific historical moments and the legacy of such anthologies.