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Dublin: New works by Gorman

Dublin: New works by Gorman

The Kerlin Gallery presents ‘dalkey’, an exhibition of new paintings by Richard Gorman. These large-scale paintings on canvas give a nod to the gestural, expressionist works with which Gorman began his career in the 1980s. This new body of work takes on a more liberated, looser and freer painterly approach, all the while demonstrating the careful balancing of colour, form and line for which his work is prized.
Richard Gorman: until 15th August

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Banbridge: Penumbra

Banbridge: Penumbra

‘Penumbra’, an exhibition of contemporary painting, features the work of eight Irish artists: Sinead Aldridge, Hannah Casey-Brogan, Susan Connolly, Sarah Dwyer, Fiona Finnegan, Alison Pilkington, Yasmine Robinson and Louise Wallace. The exhibition at the FE McWilliam Gallery, increases the visibility of the painterly practice of women artists in, of and from the island of Ireland. It presents us with a range of material practices that are reimagining and transgressing the terrain of what defines Ireland and broadly Irish cultural identity.
Until 3 October 2020.

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Sligo: The Sea Around Us

Sligo: The Sea Around Us

‘The Sea Around Us’ at The Model, Sligo, is an ambitious, large-scale group exhibition that explores our complex relationship with the ocean. The visual and sound-based works in this exhibition reflect the motion of the sea and humankind’s multi-faceted relationship with it. Work by John Akomfrah, Forensic Oceanography, Shaun Gladwell, Karen Power and Suzanne Winterling will be included.
Opening 23 July

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