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Glasgow: Rural endeavours

Glasgow: Rural endeavours

Work by Katie Watchorn spans the gallery and courtyard of the Studio Pavilion at House for an Art Lover, as part of Glasgow International 2020’s Across the City programme. Watchorn investigates the futile attempts to adapt to change in agriculture, alongside her own personal endeavours in the rural environ. She recently completed a residency at the Irish Museum of Modern Art as part of its IMMA 1,000 programme and is resident in Fire Station Artists’ Studios, Dublin.
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Belfast: Golden Gerrard

Belfast: Golden Gerrard

The Golden Thread Gallery mounts a major solo exhibition of internationally acclaimed artist Joy Gerrard. Drawing on over a decade of image-making and research on themes of protest and urban space, Gerrard archives and painstakingly remakes media-born crowd images. The artist uses this solo exhibition as an experimental space to create new work at this critical, uncertain time in Belfast’s already fragmented, troubling yet powerfully hopeful history.
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Cork: A sense of home

Cork: A sense of home

‘Home: Being and belonging in contemporary Ireland’ marks the concluding instalment of a trilogy of exhibitions presented at The Glucksman to mark the decade of centenaries through contemporary Irish art. ‘2116: Forecast of the next century’ considered visions of the future ahead and ‘The Parted Veil: Commemoration in Photographic Practices’ reflected on how we remember the past, but this final show brings viewers back to the present to explore concepts of being and belonging in contemporary Ireland. Works are featured from 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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Navan: Overblown by nature

Navan: Overblown by nature

‘Overblown: Flowers in Contemporary Art’ at the Solstice Arts Centre comprises the work of eight artists exploring the temporality and aesthetics of flowers, the genre of still-life and flower painting in the history of art, its associated cultural narratives and works inspired by nature. ‘Overblown’ features paintings, prints and sculpture by Michael Canning, Mairead O’hEocha, Kathy Prendergast, Michael Landy and Marcel Vidal; photographs and film by Ori Gersht; an installation by Anya Gallaccio; and photographs by Alan Phelan.
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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.
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