West Essex Street in Temple Bar will be transformed by Eoin Llewellyn’s ‘The Light of Dusk’.
From 25 June to 7 July, the latest photographs from this award-winning artist will be displayed. The thought-provoking ‘The Light of Dusk’ is a comment on the existence of camps such as Guantanamo Bay, and the emotional experiences of those held there.
The exhibition, presented by Spiderfish, references the works of Beckett and asks perhaps uncomfortable, existential questions of presence and existence.
Eoin Llewellyn’s work has been displayed extensively throughout Ireland and he has won many awards. These include the Tony O’Malley Award and the Taylor Art Award. He has also been short listed for the AIB Award and Victor Tracey Award.
‘The Light of Dusk’ is part of a new project by Spiderfish that aims to reanimate unused areas of the city.
As part of Spiderfish, Mick Kelly helped gain permission from the owner of the building where the exhibition is taking place.
Spiderfish and Eoin Llewellyn breathed life into this otherwise dormant shop unit, fulfilling their aim of providing a platform upon which the creative can display their work.
Dublin creates lots of opportunities in various ways for giving a break to the exhausting lives of its natives either through exhibitions, festival celebrations, entertaining events or by observing special days. It organizes events and produces opportunities for both adults as well as kids.
It’s hereby to inform all Dubliners that “Dublin Toy and Train Fare 2007”, following and strengthening this tradition, is going to be held at Clontarf Castle Hotel on the following dates.
Sunday 20th May
Sunday 16th September
Sunday 18th November
You can visit, enjoy and appreciate Dublin Toy and Train Fare 2007 between 10am – 5pm.
Cennino Cennini said that painting called for imagination.
The great theoreticians of painting have always acknowledged that however much painting may appear as a celebration of the real world, its true significance lies in the access it affords to the world of our imaginations. Painting can form a bridge between these worlds, and embody something not entirely real. Jorgensen Fine Art arranges an exhibition displaying a large selection of fantastic paintings by 19th and 20th century Irish and European great artists which will last till 31st of this year. So, make a plan to trip to the Jorgensen Fine Art, 29 Molesworth Street, Dublin 2, Ireland to feel the world of imaginations.
The oldest independent gallery specialising in 18th – 21st Century fine Irish Art, the Oriel was established at a time when Irish art was all but virtually discounted. Oliver quotes the director of a leading London gallery of the day. Visit the Oriel and appreciate the art of great artists whose work is adding to the beauty of this glorious art gallery. Get more details by browsing the section of Dublin Exhibitions.?
The oldest independent gallery specialising in 18th – 21st Century fine Irish Art, the Oriel was established at a time when Irish art was all but virtually discounted. It has also mounted many group exhibitions featuring such luminaries of Irish art as Jack B Yeats, Nathaniel Hone, William Leech, Roderic O’Connor, Walter Osborne, Sir John Lavery, J A O’Connor, William Sadler, Daniel O’Neill and Sean Keating.
It is now exhibiting the striking and captivating 19th and 20th Century Irish Landscapes that takes folks to another world where colours speak, emotions express? and senses bring imaginations on canvas.
Do visit this exhibition to break your monotonous life.
Mon-Fri? ? ? ? 10.00am – 5.30pm
Sat? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 10am-1pm
17 Clare St., Dublin 1
Find? complete information about 19th and 20th Century Irish Landscapes Exhibition online.