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Armagh: Gray retrospective

Armagh: Gray retrospective

Kevin Francis Gray returns to his hometown for a mid-career retrospective at the Market Place Theatre and Arts Centre. The exhibition will focus on Gray’s career up until 2015, showcasing his early investigations into material, from resin to porcelain; from bronze to marble. The selection gives a glimpse into the range of personal inspirations Gray draws from in both his life growing up in South Armagh and the wider context of living and working in East London.
Gray: 16 March – 13 April
Kevin Francis Gray is featured in the Spring 2017 edition of the Irish Arts Review. Subscribe or buy a copy of this edition here.

Limerick: Buzz+Hum

Limerick: Buzz+Hum

For their first exhibition of 2017, Limerick City Gallery of Art presents a joint show of work by Richard Gorman and Samuel Walsh. Entitled ‘BUZZ & HUM’, this exhibition shows the commitment of both artists to review and revise their own work. Making full use of the gallery space, each artist’s work complements the other, while also standing on its own merit. The exhibition is accompanied by a special publication with an essay by Caoimhín Mac Giolla Léith.
BUZZ & HUMM: until 16 April

East Lansing, Michigan: Visions of Ireland

East Lansing, Michigan: Visions of Ireland

A collaboration between the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum at Michigan State University and the Lewis Glucksman Gallery, Cork, the group exhibition ‘2116: Forecast of the next Century’, presents various artists’ visions of Ireland in one hundred years’ time. Artists have long occupied the roles of visionaries and innovators, but predicting the future can be an impossible feat. Works on display reflect the inherent uncertainty in long-term forecasting, while others present distinct images of what is to come. Artists include Amanda Coogan, Siobhán Hapaska, Mairead O’hEocha, and the Centre for Genomic Gastronomy. 
2016 Forecast: until 2 April