Friday, September 28, 2012

Dublin Art Listings of Interest-week 28th September

A Change in the Air
Meditative, closely observed landscapes by Mayo-based Keith Wilson. Oliver Sears Gallery, 29 Molesworth St Until Oct 25 01-6449459

The Cold Edge
Stunning polar images by photographer, writer and environmentalist Dave Walsh. Copper House Gallery, off Synge St Fri 10am-5pm Ends Sep 28 14 01-4784088
Iceberg Cemetery

Companion show to Gavin Murphy's current RHA exhibition, exploring ideas relating to progress, novelty and creative responsibility. Oonagh Young Gallery, 1 James Joyce St Thurs-Fri noon-6pm, Sat 1-4pm Until Oct 28 01-8558500

Futures 12
Highlighting emergent artists Lucy Andrews, Peter Burns, Caoimhe Kilfeather, Ed Miliano, Jim Ricks and Stephanie Rowe (Until Oct 28). On Seeing Only Totally New Things/Something New Under the Sun: Gavin Murphy explores the social, cultural, personal and industrial histories of the long- gone modernist Imco building in Dublin (Until Oct 28). Draw full size: Julie Merriman's work centres on plans and blueprints (Until Nov 4). Enlightenment and Legacy: Seán Keating and the ESB, curated by Dr Éimear O'Connor (Until Dec 21). Predella: eight folding chairs by Michael Warren (Until Dec 21). Royal Hibernian Academy, Gallagher Gallery, 15 Ely Place Mon-Tues 11am-5pm, Wed-Sat 11am-7pm, Sun 2-5pm 01-6612558

Gingles & Gingles
Collaborative show of sculpture, painting and works on paper by Graham and Lisa Gingles. Peppercanister Gallery, 3 Herbert St Fri 10am- 5.30pm, Sat 10am-1pm Ends Sep 29 01-6611279

Niamh McCann's sculptures, paintings and collages disrupt the cultural narrative of the 1960s. Green on Red Gallery, 26-28 Lombard St Tues-Fri 10am-6pm, Sat 1-4pm Until Oct 6 01-6713414
LIFE, journey to the moon, 399 pieces (2012)

IPS Annual Exhibition
Work by Polish and Irish artists. Polish House, 20 Fitzwilliam Place Fri noon-5.30pm, Sat-Sun 2-6pm Until Oct 12

Jack of All Trades
Yeats's Punch cartoons and illustrations by Irish painters. (Until Dec 2). Real Life? - Hogarth's Images of Love, Death and Family: focus on the gallery's impressive holdings of Hogarth's satirical print works and his paintings (Until Nov 18). Artists Face to Face: 25 portraits of artists, on display in the Beit Wing (Ends Sept 30). Plus works from the permanent collection. National Gallery of Ireland, Clare St Mon-Sat 9.30am-5.30pm, Thurs 9.30am- 8.30pm, Sun noon-5.30pm 01-6615133

Land and Sea
Chris Wilson's recent work explores the luminous grey light of Irish landscape (Until Oct 4). A room of one's own: Roisin O'Farrell's domestic interiors (Until Oct 16). Doorway Gallery, 24 Sth Fredereick St Mon-Sat 10.30- 6pm, Thurs 10.30am-7.30pm, Sun 2-5pm Until Oct 4 01-7645895

Magical Materials
The peculiar properties of spectacular materials, from the lightest solid, aerogel to tough- as-kelvar silk spun by spiders. Science Gallery, TCD Tues-Fri noon-8pm, Sat-Sun noon-6pm Until Oct 14 01-8964091

Particles of the Past
Ireland's scientific past in an exhibition drawn from the National Library's collection, marking Dublin City of Science 2012. National Library, 2 Kildare St

PhotoIreland Festival 2012: Migrations
The Seán Hillen Collection: Photographs from the North of Ireland 1979-1990. National Photographic Archive, Meeting House Sq (Ends Sep 30)

Postal Geography
Martin Parr selects postcards from the extensive collections of the García Lorca and De los Ríos families, bringing us close to the daily life of Federico García Lorca. Instituto Cervantes, Lincoln Place Mon-Thurs 2-7pm, Sat 10am-2pm Until Nov 17

John Fitzsimons's work reflects current thinking on the Egyptian pyramids . Olivier Cornet Gallery, 1 The Wooden Bldg, Exchange St Upr, Temple Bar Fri-Sat 11am-6pm, Sun noon-5pm Ends Sep 30 01-6770280

Reciprocal Space
Imagery packed with symbols in paintings by Geraldine O'Neill. Kevin Kavanagh, Chancery Lane Tues- Fri 10.30am-5.30pm, Sat 11am- 5pm Until Oct 13 01-4759514

Revolutionary States: Home Rule & Modern Ireland
Portraits from the gallery collection featuring most of the key figures associated with the introduction of the Third Home Rule Bill 100 years ago (Until Oct 21). Sleepwalkers: Jesse Jones - The Triology of Dust: Three films made by Jones over the past three years (Gallery 10 Until Oct 7). Sleepwalkers: Production as Process: Clodagh Emoe, Lee Welch, Sean Lynch, Linda Quinlan, Jim Ricks and Gavin Murphy (Gallery 8 Until Jan 27). Dublin City Gallery, The Hugh Lane, Parnell Sq Nth Tues-Thurs 10am-6pm, Fri-Sat 10am-5pm, Sun 11am-5pm 01-8741903

Something Thrown & Caught
Paintings by Bennie Reilly. Talbot Gallery & Studios Tues- Fri 10.30am-5pm, Sat 11am- 4pm Until Oct 5 01-8556599
Something Thrown and Caught

Patrick Hogan's photos document his surrounding in rural Tipperary through portraits, interiors, still lifes and landscapes. Gallery of Photography, Meeting House Sq Until Oct 28 01-6714654

"Modern alchemy" in Nina Canell's playful and poetic sculptural works "about air as well as all that moves in it". (Gallery 1). The Paradise [37]: new installation by Fergus Feehily about light & darkness. Douglas Hyde Gallery, TCD Mon-Fri 11am- 6pm (Thurs 11am-7pm), Sat 11am-4.45pm Until Nov 14 01-8961116

New bodies of work by renowned Scottish abstract painter Callum Innes. Kerlin Gallery, Anne's Lane, Sth Anne St Mon-Fri 10am-5.45pm, Sat 11am-4.30pm Until Oct 13 01-6709093
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Whitewashing the Moon
Objects transformed in works by Caroline Achaintre, Jorge De la Garza, Eleanor Duffin, Barbara Knezevic, Raphael Zarka and Edward Everett Hale (Until Oct 27). The Forgotten Works: commissioned, site- specific installation by Ruth E Lyons expanding out from the bjuilding's facade (Until Oct 20). Here's to You: Site-specific installation by Kevin Kirwan in the Grotto series (Until Oct 27). Project Arts Centre, 39 East Essex St, Temple Bar Mon-Sat 11am-7pm 01-8819613

New paintings by Nick Miller based on the metal workshop yard adjacent to his rural Co Sligo studio. Rubicon Gallery, 10 St Stephen's Green Tues-Sat noon-5pm Until Oct 6 01-6708055

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