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Sligo: 100 Artists

Sligo: 100 Artists

An exhibition of contemporary art works by 100 women artists living in Ireland opens at the Hamilton Gallery. ‘St Brigid’s Well’ takes its inspiration from a poem by Eiléan Ní Chuilleanáin and continues on from the 2022 iteration of this exhibition. The gallery will also host a reading of the poem during its run.
St Brigid’s Well: from 1 February

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Dublin: St Dymphna

Dublin: St Dymphna

The exhibition ‘St Dymphna, The Tragedy of an Irish Princess’ at the National Gallery of Ireland centres on a triptych by the Dutch Renaissance painter Goossen van der Weyden (1455-1543), which depicts scenes from the life of the 7th-century Irish saint.
NGI: 28 January – 28 May

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Clare: Burren exhibition

Clare: Burren exhibition

Recent work by Burren College of Art PhD candidates is on show in a group exhibition that incorporates sculpture, sound installation, painting and mixed-media installations by ten artists. Located in Ballyvaughan, the college runs a range of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, accredited by the University of Galway.
Burren College of Art: 19 January – 24 February

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Copenhagen: Scully’s Material World

Copenhagen: Scully’s Material World

Sean Scully’s exhibition at the Thorvaldsens Museum includes a series of large-scale, site-specific sculptures. ‘Material World’ fills the space with works that interact with the museum’s architecture and surroundings, and reference Bertel Thorvaldsen’s life and art.
Sean Scully: until 5 March

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Belfast: QSS Shows

Belfast: QSS Shows

The exhibition ‘Emergence V’ at the Queen Street Studios shows works from this year’s Belfast School of Arts’ graduates, including Adam Skinner, Alexandra Campbell, Brea Freeburn, Darcy Patterson, Emma Stewart, Eva Perrott, Louise Kennedy, Luke Foster, Melissa McKee, Natalie Gibson, Reuben Brown and Tomas Antunes. Following that, Clare French’s ‘Oscillate Quietly’ features drawing, painting and film.
Emergence V: 12 – 26 January; Clare French: 2 – 24 February

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