With a comic-strip writer’s sensibility, David Godbold gathers images and words, mixing aspects of graffiti with art history references and a touch of neon lighting for this show.
Attempts at showing contemporary art alongside the Greco-Roman and Neo-Classical Canova plaster casts in the Crawford’s sculpture galleries have met with mixed success.
Mariana Castillo Deball’s enormous painted curtain of loose pleats slams home the faint echo of The Wizard of Oz that dances about this show at Project Arts Centre in Dublin.
A provocative and lively show examining issues surrounding gender, tradition and textiles with work by Anni Albers, Greyson Perry, Sissi Farassat, Jeremy Deller and more…
Gabhann Dunne (born in 1975) is one of the best Irish painters of his generation.
This first Irish solo show in six years from London-based, Dublin-born Prendergast features new work made in response to the Crawford Gallery space.