A short film about last month’s Nuart Aberdeen 2019 public art festival, at which – along with academic talks, film screenings, walking tours, public workshops and fringe events – more than a dozen artists from around the world showcased their work on the city’s streets.
Sir Wendy RIP writes:
Probably the most expensive piece of art of an Irishman and which belonged to an Irishman…
National Gallery of Ireland tweetz:
This auction catalogue for the sale of art for the ‘benefit of prisoners of war of Irish regiments and Belgian refugees’ is held in our Irish Art Archives. The auction was held by Bennett & Son auctioneers, 6 Upper Ormond Quay, in 1915.
Further to this…
Alison Begas tweetz:
My Grandmother arrived in Ireland in Oct 1914, one of about 2,500 Belgian refugees to come here. Her home city, #Mechelen, had been largely destroyed by the Germans. She was welcomed compassionately here, and this [above] is resonating with me.
Jesse Jones in front of Olwen Fouéré and above with Cian O’Brien, Artistic Director, Project Arts Centre
The launch of Tremble Tremble by Jesse Jones at the Project Arts Centre, Temple Bar, Dublin 2 (until July 17).
Jesse represented Ireland with Tremble Tremble at the 2017 Venice Biennale and this is its ts Irish premiere.
The multi-media installation, featuring Olwen Fouéré. was described as…
‘…trying to rinse our conscious and subconscious minds free from millennia of patriarchal dogma, and implant a new creation myth: that of the female giantess.’
Sasko Lazarov/Photocall Ireland