Mark Garry – Karen

Mark Garry – Karen

The fall of light, the flicker of a breeze, the particular hue of a very thin thread, these are the elements of Mark Garry’s work. Like a song half heard his art is frequently ephemeral. His coloured thread installations are only visible at certain angles, revealing...

Niamh O’Malley – Garden

There are three elements to O’Malley’s show. Two screens propped against the walls contain eerie projections on black fabric, while a sheet of glass painted on both sides stands upright in the middle of the gallery. Patches of paint like scraps of charred paper occupy...

Anita Groener – State

Dutch-born, Dublin-based artist Anita Groener has flooded the lobby of the Royal Hibernian Academy with pink light by placing rose tinted film over the windows. The tiny paper cut-outs of her installation’s title piece (left) are silhouettes that reveal themselves as...

Tadhg McSweeney – Edifice Complex

A makeshift arrow sends visitors left, trapping them briefly within a plywood, MDF and bubble-wrap construction before delivering them into the rest of the exhibition. This ante-room where wooden sheets balance atop scaffolding bars and abandoned canvasses face the...

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