The week’s best art exhibitions: From Anna Daucikova to KCAT

Plus: Elizabeth O’Kane and Julie Ann Haines in Dublin; and printmaking in Kilcock

Coast, Julie Ann Haines

Coast, Julie Ann Haines

 

Elizabeth O’Kane and Julie Ann Haines: Sculpture, watercolours and prints
The Bondwell, 35 Westland Row, Dublin, elizabethokane.com

Anna Daucikova, Project Arts Centre
Anna Daucikova, Project Arts Centre

Installed in a warehouse space in a newly refurbished Georgian building, once home to Ireland’s first railway, the Dublin and Kingstown Railway Company, Elizabeth O’Kane shows a number of bronze and stone sculptures plus recent topographical watercolours of New York and printworks by Julie Ann Haines.

Together Now – The Engagement Project Exhibition: KCAT and other artists
The FE McWilliam Gallery, Banbridge, Co Down, Until February 1st, 2020

Declan Byrne and Alastair MacLennan engaging and collaborating in the KCAT Studio, 2015
Declan Byrne and Alastair MacLennan engaging and collaborating in the KCAT Studio, 2015

Third instalment of the touring group show, curated by Catherine Marshall, showcasing work by 26 artists at the Kilkenny Collective for Arts Talent (KCAT) in Callan, Co Kilkenny, together with work by artists from different contexts throughout Ireland arising from collaborations, residencies and conversations first initiated in 2014. Encompassing painting, sculpture, film, video, performance and installation.

Anna Daucikova
Project Arts Centre, Dublin Until January 18th

Anna Daucikova, Project Arts Centre
Anna Daucikova, Project Arts Centre

Video and photographic works by Anna Daucikova offering an insight into how her decade in Moscow – the 1980s, before she returned to Bratislava in 1991 – influenced her development as artist, feminist and LGBT activist. Her working methods have included photography, photo-collage, performance and video. Thirty-three Situations (2007-2015), for example, reflects on her time in a communal apartment in Moscow.

Interpretations in Printmaking
Leinster Printmaking Studio & Invited Artists. Kilcock Art Gallery, Kilcock, Co Kildare. Until December 21st

Jamshid Mirfenderesky snapped by Eamonn Mallie in his gallery, with a work by Peter Burns, in 2011
Jamshid Mirfenderesky snapped by Eamonn Mallie in his gallery, with a work by Peter Burns, in 2011

Robert Russell of the Graphic Studio curated this Christmas gathering of original print works. The pitch is that everything included comes in at one of two price points, €150 and €250. The line-up of artists includes many experienced printmakers, including James McCreary, Gay O’Neill, Margaret Becker, Pamela de Bri, Pauline Kinahan.

Changing Group Exhibition
Fenderesky Gallery, Belfast Until January 24th

Jamshid Mirfenderesky snapped by Eamonn Mallie in his gallery, with a work by Peter Burns, in 2011
Jamshid Mirfenderesky snapped by Eamonn Mallie in his gallery, with a work by Peter Burns, in 2011

Drawing on a formidable range of artists, the Fenderesky promises perpetual renewal throughout the run of its winter exhibition. You may not be quite sure what you’ll find if you visit, but the quality is guaranteed. A sample of the artists involved: Sinéad Aldridge, Natalia Black, Chung Eun Mo, David Crone, Fionnnuala D’Arcy, Patrick Michael Fitzgerald, Mary McIntyre, Helen O’Leary and John Noel Smith. Plus the storeroom will be open for viewing.

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