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Tipperary: The Erlish Tide

Tipperary: The Erlish Tide

Kevin Mooney’s commissioned exhibition ‘The Erlish Tide’ at the Excel Gallery explores an alternative Irish art history, drawing on the relationship between Irish visual culture and patterns of emigration. Mooney’s paintings and sculptural elements are inspired by the roots, traditions and folklore of Samhain.
Kevin Mooney: 30 October – 27 November

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Limerick: Songs and Soil

Limerick: Songs and Soil

In his ‘Songs and the Soil’, Mark Garry transforms the Limerick City Gallery of Art into an indoor meadow, filled with dried flowers and porcelain vessels. There is also an ambitious six-hour sound installation, created through field recordings. The exhibition features a new film work, An Lucht Siúil (The Walking People), which looks at the relationship between Irish Travellers, modernism and the State.
Mark Garry: 12 September – 28 November

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Cork: Inflorescence

Cork: Inflorescence

Biodiversity and sustainability, botany and ecology are among the themes explored in the exhibition ‘Inflorescence’ at Nano Nagle Place. Featured artists Fiona Kelly, Don Braisby, Nikki Tait, Frieda Meaney, Cillian Moynihan, Sean Hanrahan, Eimearjean McCormack and Anita Geaney work from both micro- and macro-level viewpoints and reference printmaking’s historical depictions of botanical specimens. Inflorescence: 14 August – 31 October

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