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Charlemont House, Parnell Square North, Dublin D01 F2X9
00 353 1 222 5550

Tue-Thur 9.45-6, Fri 9.45-5, Sat 10-5, Sun 11-5

/ busParnell Square Luas:Parnell/O'C Upp; DART:Connolly/Tara

Oct 24, 2019 - Jan 26, 2020
Kennedy Browne is the name under which two artists author a distinct body of work, separate to their individual practices. Kennedy Browne decipher issues of globalism, migration and linguistic / cultural translation. The artists follows research threads from specialized and marginal business materials. To date they have mined blogs and support forums of tech company workers, business literature, archives of airport arrivals and departures, and the legal proceedings of privacy activists in Europe. The artists compile and rework texts from these sources into scripts for performance, casting actors as avatars of industry and labour.



Anne's Lane, South Anne Street, Dublin 2
00 353 1 670 9093

Mon-Fri 10-5.45, Sat 11-4.30

Sep 6 - Oct 19, 2019 FINAL WEEK
Kerlin Gallery is pleased to present I dreamt I dwelt, an exhibition of three significant new stone sculptures by Dorothy Cross.
At the heart of the exhibition, a shark rises up from a floor of Carrara marble tiles as if emerging from the ocean. The serenity of the marble’s surface, almost five meters in length and rippled by bluish veins, is interrupted by the ascendant body of this creature, glassy-eyed and frozen in space: we are not sure whether it is living or dead. The history of the shark, spanning over 420 million years, is longer than that of the stone from which it is carved – and yet it is the creature’s vulnerability, along with that of all marine life, that is captured in this moment.

Click to enlargeEOIN MC HUGH : LOJE, JELO, LASO
Oct 25 - Dec 7, 2019
Private view Thu Oct 24 6pm - 8pm
Eoin Mc Hugh will have a third solo exhibition with Kerlin Gallery from 25 October - 7 December 2019. The title of the exhibition Loje, jelo, laso, means red, yellow, blue in “Toki Pona,” an invented, philosophical language first published in 2001. Toki Pona attempts to communicate with the simplest means possible and contains only 125 root words and 14 phonemes. Loje, jelo, laso are the only words for colour in the language. The show is based around mixed media drawings, made with a variety of techniques, from technical and quill pens to brush-and-ink and airbrush. The exhibition is an exploration of the possibility of the creation of a new visual language.



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