What's on Internationally

Bremen: Aleana Egan

Bremen: Aleana Egan

Dublin sculptor Aleana Egan is exhibiting at the Künstlerhaus Bremen. Egan uses simple materials such as cardboard and tape to create enigmatic works that have a restrained tone and structure. The manner of their installation aims to draw attention to the way things look, how they settle or hang.
Aleana Egan: April 2021

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London: Michell Harton at STARTnet 

London: Michell Harton at STARTnet 

At the Saatchi Gallery, Michelle Harton exhibits paintings as part of the annual STARTnet Art Fair. Harton’s collection includes paintings from her ‘Gemini’ series. These are dual landscapes that can be hung two ways, with some drawn from visions of a lucid dreamworld and others inspired by landscapes visited by the artist.
Michelle Harton: 13 – 16 May

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Gwangju, Korea: Work Life Effect 

Gwangju, Korea: Work Life Effect 

‘The Work Life Effect’, an exhibition by Kerlin Gallery artist Liam Gillick is on at the Gwangju Museum of Art. The diverse forms of Gillick’s art, ranging across sculpture, installation, filmmaking, writing and varied collaborative projects, often allude to pivotal moments in the history of modern and postmodern art .
Liam Gillick: until 27 June

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Greece and Germany: Drawing Box Tour 

Greece and Germany: Drawing Box Tour 

Following its online iteration at Galway Arts Centre, the Drawing Box pop-up exhibition goes on tour, visiting Athens School of Fine Arts. The A5 unframed works are artists’ responses to their experiences during lockdown. Participating Irish artists include Andy Parsons, Bernadette Kiely, Christine Mackey, Diane Henshaw, Dorothee Kolle, Emma Stroude, Julie Murphy, Katrina Tracuma, Kiera O’Toole, Lorna Watkins, Marilyn North, Mark Healy, Niall Walsh, Noelle McAlinden, Patricia Kelly, Sinead Smyth, Susan Hughes, Tara Moran Woods, Tina Brooks and Vikkie Patterson.
Drawing Box: 14 – 23 April

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International show

International show

In response to the present limitations to exhibiting art, the Golden Thread Gallery has commissioned new works, to be shown online, from Graham Gingles, Joy Gerrard, Sharon Kelly, John Rainey, Chloe Austin, Ailbhe Greaney, Megan Doherty and Clare Gallagher. For ‘Not Alone’, each artist created a piece of art, tiny or portable enough to fit inside a glass bottle, which is sent to international curators to mount in their own homes as they see fit, thereby creating a new configuration and context for the work.
Not Alone: until July

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