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Kiel, Germany: No Thing is Nothing 

Kiel, Germany: No Thing is Nothing 

Working in collaboration with several national and international galleries, Eve Parnell and Louis Haugh have created a conceptual work that examines the empty gallery space. In documenting this emptiness, the two artists explore themes of observation, absence, memorial, values, and the state of non-existence. This iteration of their ongoing project takes place at Atelier Umraum.
No Thing is Nothing: 18 – 25 November

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Beijing: Feehily in Beijing

Beijing: Feehily in Beijing

Work by Fergus Feehily features in ‘Particularities’, an exhibition at the X Museum. A new arrival on the Beijing art scene, the X Museum showcases contemporary work by Chinese and international artists. Feehily has exhibited internationally and his work can be found in the IMMA and Arts Council collections.
Fergus Feehily: September – October

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Manchester: Manchester Vision 

Manchester: Manchester Vision 

Paintings by Paul McCloskey are among the artworks on show at the Manchester Vision VR 2020 exhibition, which is taking place across three sites in the city – the Princes Street Gallery, Deansgate Gallery, and Quay Street Gallery – as well as through an online platform.
Paul McCloskey: until 1 March 2022

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Berlin: Three Irish artists

Berlin: Three Irish artists

With zoom previews, NFTs and 3D tours, the art world has adapted to the new circumstances. In the exhibition ‘IRL’ at Galerie Anna25, Irish artists Cecilia Bullo, Amanda Doran and George Warren show work that demonstrates how the new reality of the last year and a half is reflected in their art. Bullo brings her migrant background to bear on work that looks at the cultural challenges faced by immigrant people, especially women. Doran has shifted her focus to dark subjects of discomfort, death and rebirth while Warren’s narrative paintings based on online games fall somewhere between figuration and abstraction.
IRL: 3 September – 29 October

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Paris: Mise en Scène 

Paris: Mise en Scène 

In ‘Mise en Scène’, a joint exhibition by Cecilia Danell and Eamon O’Kane at the Centre Culturel Irlandais, the artists explore landscape, contrasting wilderness and human interventions, the natural and built environments in a series of paintings, drawings and sculptural works.
Mise en Scène: 18 September – 31 October

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Basel: Family Affair

Basel: Family Affair

The Kenmare-based landscape painter Aia Leu is part of an artistic dynasty that includes the Swiss sculptor Jean Tinguely. At the Museum Tinguely in Basel, ‘Leu Art Family’ features work by Aia and other artistic family members. Aia’s work draws directly from her multicultural upbringing, influenced by her childhood in India and the richness of the Irish landscape.
Leu Art Family: until 31 October 2021

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