Tuesday, January 18, 2011

EXHIBITION OPENING & ARTIST'S TALK: Mirosław Bałka, Douglas Hyde Gallery, 
20 January at 6pm.

Stanislaw Ignacy Witkiewicz
Between Honey and Ashes (Part 1)
Gallery 1

Miroslaw Balka
Between Honey and Ashes (Part 2)
Gallery 2

Artist’s Talk
At 5pm on the day of the opening, Miroslaw Balka will hold a conversation with Declan Long on his own work and the work of S.I. Witkiewicz. There will be forty seats; doors will open at 4:50pm
Last chance to see Kabakovs at The Model
Angelology, a large-scale installation exhibition, by world-renowned Russian artists Ilya and Emilia Kabakov has been extended at The Model by a week until Sunday, 23 January. 

This project takes the theme of angels – humanity’s imagination and romanticisation of angels especially – as its beginning point, and includes paintings, sculpture and mixed-media installations that fill the entire Model exhibition spaces.

ATTEND :  Turner Watercolors at the National Gallery of Ireland, 22 January 2011 at 11:15 amTour the Print Gallery exhibition: ‘Colour and Light: Caring for Turner's watercolours' and take a behind-the-scenes look at the print and drawings study room with Curator of Prints and Drawings, Anne Hodge.This is a free event. Booking is advisable as numbers are limited.Click here to email the IMA Administrator Katherine Scott to reserve a place or phone +353-1-4120939
22 January 2011

SEMINAR : Prof Nigel Smith (Princeton), 'Andrew Marvell’s sense of humour: Wit, evil, and why we should read him'

1-2pm, Friday 21 January 2011, Seminar Room, Long Room Hub, Trinity College DublinProfessor Smith is the editor of the Longman Marvell edition and the author of Perfection Proclaimed: Language and Literature in English Radical Religion, 1640-1660 (1989), Literature and Revolution in England, 1640-1660 (1994) and Andrew Marvell: The Chameleon (Yale UP, 2010).Please contact crawford.gribben@tcd.ie for further details.

PUBLIC LECTURE: Caoimhin Mac Giolla Leith on Richard Tuttle Triumphs, The Hugh Lane Gallery 23 January at 1:30 pm
Lecturer and critic Caoimhin Mac Giolla Leith will  give a walk through response to the current exhibition
This lecture is free and open to the public. Early arrival is recommended as places are limited.

READ : First Details of New Irish Arts Festival in U.S. Are Unveiled ... by Dave Itzkoff 

"An operatic version of “The Importance of Being Earnest,” national tours by the Abbey Theater and the Druid Theater Company and an Irish film series curated by Gabriel Byrne at the Museum of Modern Art are among the highlights of a year-long Irish arts series in the United States that will be funded by the Irish government, press representatives for the series said on Thursday.
The full program, called Imagine Ireland, will feature some 400 events in 40 states and will be supported by a $5.3 million investment from Ireland. It is expected to be announced on Friday morning at a presentation hosted by Mr. Byrne, the “In Treatment” star and Irish cultural ambassador, and Christine C. Quinn, speaker of the New York City Council...

more : http://artsbeat.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/01/06/first-details-of-new-irish-arts-festival-in-u-s-are-unveiled/

LISTEN : The History Show with Myles Dungan 

Bringing the past to life Discover how our world was shaped as Myles Dungan and guests explore events ranging from medieval times to the recent past. Hear stories about people, places, objects, songs, events, movements, leisure and much more besides. Join us on Sundays from 6.05pm until 7pm for The History Show with Myles Dungan on Click here for more from Myles at irishhistory.ie

A MUST HAVE! 'Dictionary of Living Irish Artists' by Robert O'Byrne
Written by leading arts commentator, Robert O’Byrne, the Dictionary of Living Irish Artists includes such pre-eminent names as Barrie Cooke, Sean Scully, James Coleman and Dorothy Cross as well as many younger practitioners based in Ireland and overseas.
Extensively researched, with an incisive analysis of style, development, context and a command of new technological media, O’Byrne has produced an impressive volume featuring high-quality full colour images of each artist’s work alongside extensive biographical information, the Dictionary of Living Irish Artists is the only reference work of its kind, a must-have for dealers, collectors and anyone with an interest in contemporary Irish art.
Admission: Price $99 / €75 / £64; purchase information here

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