Two New Joly Screen Exhibitions in July

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Two New Joly Screen Photograph Exhibitions Opening in July

FLEURS TARABSCOTÉ
JOLY SCREEN PHOTOGRAPHS 8-31 July 2021

The exhibition title is a phrase which translates as ‘florid flowers’, as the show is comprised of flower Joly screen images, made from 2018-2021. Several have never been exhibited before, and will be shown in the upstairs gallery.

Join them for a Private Viewing of the exhibition on Thursday, 8 July from 3.30 to 7.30pm. All Welcome.

The number of people in the gallery will be restricted to 15 at any one time, although visitors will also have access to the courtyard at the rear of the building.

Molesworth Gallery, 16 Molesworth Street, Dublin D02 YF58

Opening Hours Monday to Friday: 10am-5.30pm; Saturday 11am to 2pm

PhotoIreland Festival

https://2021.photoireland.org/on-show/bite/

“Bite the Hand that Feeds You” curated by Julia Gelezova

A WORLD LOOTED
JOLY SCREEN PHOTOGRAPHS
5 July – 2 August 2021

Delving into the recent past, Irish artist, Alan Phelan, creates a new suite of his acclaimed Joly screen photographs, to recount recent memories of imperial and colonial working conditions, through the stories of global fruit production controversies.

Rathfarnham Castle
153 Rathfarnham Rd, Rathfarnham, Dublin D14 F439

Opening Hours Monday-Sunday: 9:30am-5:30pm

PhotoIreland Festival Launch 6pm Friday 2 July via Zoom

https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/photoireland-festival-2021-launch-tickets-160452368353

Artists in ‘Bite the Hand that Feeds You’: Alan Phelan, Dániel Szalai, Gê Viana, Hans van der Meer, Hertta Kiiski, Ksenia Yurkova, and Sheng-Wen Lo

Check https://2021.photoireland.org/programme/ for lots more events and exhibitions during July. Do check out ‘Critical Recipes’, an online cooking channel with the schedule at https://2021.photoireland.org/main-events/critical-recipes/

Sculpture Dublin

The O’Connell Plinth Commission is underway and tentatively scheduled for unveiling in September 2021, all going well. Above is the 3D printing in action which has now been completed.

See https://www.sculpturedublin.ie/ and subscribe to their socials to stay up to date.

https://www.sculpturedublin.ie/city-hall-o-connell-plinth/

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