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The Parted Veil
Through June 30, 2019

Cait Fahey, Niamh, liberty house, 2015

The Parted Veil: Commemoration in Photographic Practices is an exhibition of sixteen Irish artists who have used the photographic image to consider ideas of remembrance and celebration, and especially to reflect how intimate experiences express the wider events shaping our contemporary world.

 

John Halpin, Joanna, 2018

David Creedon, The Green Kitchen, 2006

Alan Phelan, Untitled, 2018

Amelia Stein, Laundry, 2018

Lisa Butterly & Lisa McCormack, Veronica Dunne & Geraldine McGee “Note Taking”, (from the series Women of Ireland – Stories We Share), 2018 / Ailbhe Ní Bhriain, The Muses (I), 2018, Jacquard tapestry, wool, cotton, courtesy of the artist and domobaal gallery, London

Roseanne Lynch, Untitled (Stella 1), 2013

ARTISTS

Dervla Baker, Lian Bell, Lisa Butterly & Lisa McCormack, David Creedon, Adrian Duncan, Cáit Fahey, John Halpin, Roseanne Lynch, Tom Molloy, Vukasin Nedeljkovic / Asylum Archive, Ailbhe Ní Bhriain, Miriam O’Connor, James Parkin, Alan Phelan, Amelia Stein, Mhairi Sutherland
Curated by Chris Clarke and Fiona Kearney.

 

Miriam Oconnor / Tomorrow Is Sunday 1

Mhairi Sutherland, Re-Imagining Treason (Childers), 2016, courtesy of the Derek Hill Collection / Dervla Baker, Waiting IV, 2017

Miriam O’Connor, Untitled, (from the series Tomorrow is Sunday), 2014-18

James Parkin, 11 December, 2016 (from the series Folding News), 2016

Vukasin Nedeljkovic / Asylum Archive, Lissywollen Accommodation Direct Provision Centre, Athlone, 2004

A dedicated publication accompanies the exhibition and will feature images from the exhibition, a contextual essay by Dr. Adam Hanna and poems from invited Irish writers Ailbhe Darcy, Vona Groarke, Doireann Ní Ghríofa, Billy Ramsell, and Leanne O’Sullivan

 

The Parted Veil:
Commemoration in Photographic Practices
April 12 – June 30, 2019 / Glucksman
Visit the exhibition page >

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The Parted Veil
Through June 30, 2019

Cait Fahey, Niamh, liberty house, 2015

The Parted Veil: Commemoration in Photographic Practices is an exhibition of sixteen Irish artists who have used the photographic image to consider ideas of remembrance and celebration, and especially to reflect how intimate experiences express the wider events shaping our contemporary world.

 

John Halpin, Joanna, 2018

David Creedon, The Green Kitchen, 2006

Alan Phelan, Untitled, 2018

Amelia Stein, Laundry, 2018

Lisa Butterly & Lisa McCormack, Veronica Dunne & Geraldine McGee “Note Taking”, (from the series Women of Ireland – Stories We Share), 2018 / Ailbhe Ní Bhriain, The Muses (I), 2018, Jacquard tapestry, wool, cotton, courtesy of the artist and domobaal gallery, London

Roseanne Lynch, Untitled (Stella 1), 2013

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Dervla Baker, Lian Bell, Lisa Butterly & Lisa McCormack, David Creedon, Adrian Duncan, Cáit Fahey, John Halpin, Roseanne Lynch, Tom Molloy, Vukasin Nedeljkovic / Asylum Archive, Ailbhe Ní Bhriain, Miriam O’Connor, James Parkin, Alan Phelan, Amelia Stein, Mhairi Sutherland
Curated by Chris Clarke and Fiona Kearney.

 

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Mhairi Sutherland, Re-Imagining Treason (Childers), 2016, courtesy of the Derek Hill Collection / Dervla Baker, Waiting IV, 2017

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A dedicated publication accompanies the exhibition and will feature images from the exhibition, a contextual essay by Dr. Adam Hanna and poems from invited Irish writers Ailbhe Darcy, Vona Groarke, Doireann Ní Ghríofa, Billy Ramsell, and Leanne O’Sullivan

 

The Parted Veil:
Commemoration in Photographic Practices
April 12 – June 30, 2019 / Glucksman
Visit the exhibition page >