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Ennistymon: Lockdown life

Ennistymon: Lockdown life

The Courthouse Gallery and Studios presents an exhibition by Harry Walsh-Foreman, ‘Mortal Engines 4: The “Pando” Edition’. This ongoing project is concerned with creating a graphic reflection of the people and places the artist encounters in his daily life. His most recent work has been constructed through his daily journaling during lockdown, attempting to shine a humorous slant on the everyday monotony.
In line with Government guidelines all galleries are closed to visitors. Please check the gallery website for online exhibitions and further information.

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Cork: Commemorative art

Cork: Commemorative art

‘Home: Being and belonging in contemporary Ireland’ marks the concluding instalment of a trilogy of exhibitions at the Glucksman to mark the Decade of Commemorations through contemporary Irish art. The gallery invited artists to submit works that relate to ideas of residency, placemaking, identity and nationhood. Artists featured are Sara Baume, Tinka Bechert, Martin Boyle, Brian Duggan, James L Hayes, Kerry Guinan, Eileen Hutton, Julie Merriman, Doireann Ní Ghrioghair, Sinéad Ní Mhaonaigh, Treasa O’Brien, Julia Pallone, Amanda Rice, Ciara Roche, Kathy Tynan and Mieke Vanmechelen.
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Cork: Terence MacSwiney

Cork: Terence MacSwiney

Marking the centenary of the death of Terence MacSwiney (1879-1920), a new exhibition at the Crawford Art Gallery, ‘Citizen Somewhere | Citizen Nowhere’, focuses on the international legacy of MacSwiney’s hunger strike and death, and the idea of nation as an imagined state, to which his own writings sought to aspire. A range of contemporary artists feature, including Margaret Clarke, Willie Doherty, Rita Duffy, Anthony Haughey, Elaine Hoey, Seán Keating, John Lavery, Brian Mac Domhnaill and Séamus Murphy as well as Bhagat Singh (India), Guo Morou (China) and Marcus Garvey (West Indies and US).
Citizen Somewhere | Citizen Nowhere: until 31 January
In line with Government guidelines all galleries are closed to visitors. Please check the gallery website for online exhibitions and further information.

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Limerick: Kingfisher’s fire

Limerick: Kingfisher’s fire

‘As Kingfishers Catch Fire: Animals and Imagination’ at Limerick City Gallery of Art explores the theme of animality in Western culture – past, present and future. The exhibition features Irish and international artists who have used non-human animals in their work. The line-up includes Steve Baker, Michael Beirne, Jennifer Brady, El Gato Chimney, Marcus Coates, Dorothy Cross, Anselmo Fox, Charles Fregér, Martin Healy, Patricia Looby, Alice Maher, Marie McKinney, Dermot Seymour, Rebecca Stevenson and Katie Watchorn.
As Kingfishers Catch Fire: Animals and Imagination: until 14 February
In line with Government guidelines all galleries are closed to visitors. Please check the gallery website for online exhibitions and further information.

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