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Dublin Art Gallery Map – NYF Dublin Art Trail

Dublin Gallery Map

A good way of finding your way around the Art Galleries of Dublin is the Dublin Gallery Map. This is a new site (and physical map) that allows you to explore the art world of Dublin. There are a good few galleries on it that I haven’t even heard of, so definitely something to explore.

Dublin Gallery Map is your free gateway to dozens of art exhibitions and events that are happening all over Dublin City. We hope you enjoy discovering all of the great contemporary art that the city’s galleries and museums have to offer.  The map and website feature listings and information on 22 contemporary art galleries in Dublin City  For more details on these listings, a downloadable version of the map and for links to the gallery and museum websites, please visit our website www.dublingallerymap.ie

You can Download a PDF Version of the Map here.

Full list of what is on as part of Dublin Art Trail in the New Year’s Eve Festival is below.

Royal Hibernian Academy
Exhibitions include Gary Coyle, Gerard Carson and Futures 14

Royal Hibernian Academy, 15 Ely Place, Dublin 2
Tel: 353 1 661 2558, Fax: 353 1 661 0762, Email: info@rhagallery.ie

Admission:                   Free
Opening Hours:             Tuesday 30 December 11:00 – 18:00

Wednesday 31 December 11:00 – 16:00

 

Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane

Phoenix Rising: Art and Civic Imagination
Éirigh an Fhéinics: Ealaín agus Samhlaíocht Cathartha

This exhibition and related events explore the current place of civic ideals in urban life and contemporary art practice. It references Dublin’s 1914 Civic Exhibition which was inspired by the work of Scottish biologist, sociologist and planner Patrick Geddes and which attempted to re-imagine Dublin as “the phoenix of cities” during a period of economic, social and political strife. The exhibition showcases contemporary artists’ responses to the urban environment using different strategies to understand and represent the city. It includes work by Stephen Brandes, Mark Clare, Cliona Harmey, Vagabond Reviews, Stéphanie Nava and Mary-Ruth Walsh.

Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane, Charlemont House, Parnell Square North, Dublin 1.

Tel: 353 1 222 5550, Fax: 353 1 872 2182, Email: info@hughlane@dublincity.ie

Admission:                   Free
Opening Hours:             10:00 – 18:00

 

Temple Bar Galleries and Studios

Studies on Shivering
Damir Očko (HR)

This exhibition, ‘Studies on Shivering’ represents part of a wider project by the artist Damir Očko (HR). In this project, the artist creates a dialogue between film, poetry, musical scores, objects and drawing to explore a central theme; the shivering body as a metaphor for resistance and unrest. The title of the film in this exhibition, ‘TK’, comes from the phonetic description of the sound of teeth or stones clashing together. These types of sounds create a visceral, psycho-acoustic response in the listener and the effect is one of Očko’s central concerns.

The main element of the exhibition at Temple Bar Gallery + Studios will be comprised of an installation of the film work ‘TK’ (2014). In this film, the central protagonists stand unclothed in a frozen winter landscape, willing themselves to be still in the face of the incontrollable and involuntary bodily function of shivering. This rhythm is mirrored in edited intercuts in the film between this scene and shots of the trembling hand of a man suffering from Parkinsons disease as he struggles to transpose the words of a poem written by Očko. Throughout we can hear the voice of the narrator, reciting the poetry which forms the ‘score’ of the film.

‘Studies on Shivering’ combines elements such as  scores, collages, architectural intervention and collaborations to extend the normal cinematic space and to create a hybrid work in which film, research and poetry are equally weighted.

Temple Bar Gallery + Studios, 5-9 Temple Bar, Dublin 2
Ph: 01 671 0073, Email: info@templebargallery.com

Admission:                   Free
Opening Hours:             12:00 – 16:00

 

Hillsboro Fine Art Gallery

Annual Winter Group Exhibition showing selection of works by the galleries leading artists.

Hillsboro Fine Art Gallery, 49 Parnell Square West, Dublin 1
Ph: 01 878 8242, Email: info@hillsborofineart.com

Admission:                   Free
Opening Hours:             10:30 – 18:00

New Art Gallery (nag Gallery)

nag Gallery present a new show about light with photograms of Roseanne Lynch and lighting designs available from Minima.

nag Gallery, Basement, 59 Francis Street, Dublin 8
Ph: 01 473 8978, Email: mark.nagallery@gmail.com

Admission:                   Free
Opening Hours:             Tuesday 30 December 11:00 – 17:00

 

Irish Museum of Modern Art (IMMA)
TROVE
Dorothy Cross selects from the National Collections
Sponsored by BNP Paribas

IMMA has invited internationally renowned Irish artist Dorothy Cross to select an exhibition of work from the Collections of IMMA, the Crawford Art Gallery, the National Gallery of Ireland and the National Museum of Ireland. This exhibition will showcase the extraordinary depth of the National Collections in one unique and very subjective presentation.

Teresa Hubbard / Alexander Birchler: Sound Speed Marker
Teresa Hubbard / Alexander Birchler have been working collaboratively in video, photography and sculpture since 1990. Their work invites suggestive, open-ended reflections on memory, place and cinema.

IMMA Collection: Conversations
Conversations is a selection of diverse displays from the IMMA Collection that present the idea of dialogue on a number of levels.

Duncan Campbell
The first major exhibition in Dublin of the work of Irish-born artist Duncan Campbell, winner of the 2014 Turner Prize. Combining archival and filmed material Campbell’s films question our reading of the documentary form as a fixed representation of reality, opening up the boundaries between the actual and the imagined, record and interpretation. This solo exhibition comprises four of his major film works; Bernadette (2008); Make It New John (2009); Arbeit (2011) and It for Others (2013).

Primal Architecture
Mike Kelley, Jeremy Deller, Conrad Shawcross, Kevin Atherton, Linder, Jesse Jones and Bedwyr Williams. Primal Architecture will feature artworks spanning across varied media and decades, including installation, video, sculpture, drawing, performance and photography.

Irish Museum of Modern Art, Royal Hospital, Kilmainham, Dublin 8,
Tel: 353 1 612 9900, Email: info@imma.ie

Admission:                   Free
Opening Hours:             11.30am – 5.30pm

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