Wherever Nothing Is Worn


From top: Robert Ballagh; an image from Eamonn Farrell’s Elements of Nature Project; Elizabeth Cope; Jason Dunne; Eamonn with Robert Ballagh and Rachel Ballagh; nude with giraffe by Elizabeth Cope


Last night.

Crawford Gallery, Cork.

The launch of The Naked Truth: The Nude in Irish Art with 80 flesh-baring works by 30 Irish artists.

From medieval Sheela-na-Gigs to artfully taken photographs, the exhibition, which opens to the public today, includes work from Francis Bacon, Jason Dunne, Robert Ballagh, Elizabeth Cope and photographer Eamonn Farrell, a friend of the ‘sheet and owner of Rollingnews and Photocall Ireland photo agencies

Showing ALL at the Crawford until October 13.

The Naked Truth: The Nude In Irish Life

 Michael Mac Sweeney/Provision

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