The MAC Belfast sees three artists exhibit until the middle of October. Peter Liversidge showcases ‘doppelgänger’, an exhibition consisting of a pair of typed proposals for an entire exhibition, stemming from his fascination with a sequence of etchings by German Symbolist, Max Klinger. In ‘Grotesque Mediocrity’, Colin Darke transforms the vast space of the Upper Gallery with floor-based pieces that refer to Alfred Jarry’s play ‘Ubu Roi’. Kevin Henderson has concentrated on a series of new painterly works for his exhibition, ‘Domestique’, which portrays his understanding of the world and the small rural farming community where he lives.
Peter Liversidge, Colin Darke & Kevin Henderson: The MAC Belfast
Image: Peter Liversidge
Until 19 October

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