Temple Bar Gallery + Studios has just launched its 2016 Artistic Programme.
Full details of the programme are available in a new publication highlighting five major exhibitions for the year, along with opportunities such as studio membership for artists at Temple Bar Gallery + Studios and a full programme of public events.
The exhibition programme for 2016 is full of collaborations, co-commissions, partnerships, cross disciplinary practices and performative interventions. Reflecting the ethos of TBG+S as a studio organisation, most of the work on display in the gallery will be commissioned or co-commissioned by the organisation in partnership with others, thus highlighting TBG+S’s commitment to the production of new artistic work.
Artists who will be presenting solo exhibitions are Amie Siegel (USA) curated by Megs Morley, Declan Clarke (co-commissioned with Belfast Exposed, CCI Paris and Trinity Creative), Orla Barry (co-commissioned with Wexford Arts Centre) and Barbara Knezevic. As well as this, a group exhibition featuring artists Michelle Browne, Lisa Marie Johnson, Ella de Burca, Jesse Jones and Avril Corroon will be curated by Rayne Booth (Programme Curator). TBG+S will host its 6th edition of the Dublin Art Book Fair in November 2016 and will again work with a writer to offer an alternative form of writing on art. Claire Louise Bennett is the commissioned writer for 2016.
Dates for your diary:
Imitation of Life
19.02.16 – 02.04.16
The Hopeless End of a Great Dream
A new film commission by Declan Clarke
22.04.16 – 18.06.16
My Brilliant Friend
Michelle Browne, Avril Corroon, Ella de Búrca, Lisa Marie Johnson, Jesse Jones
01.07.16 – 10.09.16
29.09.16 – 05.11.16
Dublin Art Book Fair
10.11.16 – 13.11.16
25.11.16 – 28.01.17
For further information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The full programme of events is available from www.templebargallery.com