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Sacred Traditions.

Ongoing exhibition exploring works from the great religious traditions.
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Brian Ranalow

Until 20 May 2008. Landscape paintings by Brian Ranalow.
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Polish Strongholds

Until 17 May 2008. Paintings by Matthew O'Kane based on a journey in central and eastern Europe.
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Anthony Caro

Until 24 April 2008. Bronze and steel works by Anthony Caro. The first one-man exhibition of Anthony Caro's work in Ireland.
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Until 31 May 2008. Solo exhibition of new works by Amy Walsh.
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Jack B Yeats: Highlights from the Model Arts & Niland Gallery, Sligo

8 March-30 November 2008. Due to the renovation of Sligo's Model Arts & Niland Gallery, its fine collection has been temporarily dispersed and is currently on show in various galleries across Ireland....
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David Browne.

3-19 April 2008. "Sun in the City" . Much of Dublin's city centre is candidly portrayed in this latest offering by David Browne; however as the title of the show suggests, Browne's emphasis and pictor...
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John Bellamy.

31 March-23 April 2008. Autobiographical expressionist paintings laden with colour and allegory mark the style of David Bellamy, whose paintings can currently be viewed in the city centre's Solomon Ga...
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Hidden Islands: Notes from the War on the Poor.

21 March-19 April 2008. Acclaimed artist Brian Maguire's newest paintings are concerned with human and collective rights issues. Effused with a mixture of wit and political consciousness, these painti...
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Venice at Farmleigh.

6 March-5 May 2008. Contains aspects of the artwork that represented Ireland, North and South, at last year's Venice Biennale. Artists featured are Willie Doherty and Gerard Bryne.
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Julian Opie. Walking Down O’Connell Street.

20 Jan-8 Nov 2008. On its centenary the Dublin City Gallery displays the first large-scale exhibition of works by the contemporary British artist Julian Opie. The exhibition includes five animated LED...
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McDermott & McGough photographic exhibition.

6 Feb-27 April 2008. The Irish Museum of Modern Art hosts this comprehensive retrospective of the photographic output of American-born artists David McDermott and Peter McGough, with around 120 works...
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Affinità by Andy Devane.

27 Feb-10 March 2008. A solo exhibition by Andy Devane. The exhibition of Devane's works at the Italian Cultural Institute bears all the marks of his seven years in Rome. Affinit
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James McKenna: A Retrospective.

28 Nov 2007-2 March 2008. The first comprehensive examination of the work of one of Ireland's leading sculptors of the 20th century.
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Franciscan Faith: Sacred Art in Ireland 1600 - 1750.

22 Nov 2007-31 March 2008. Part of the ongoing Artefacts Project, paintings and sketches by Lorcan Walshe based on Early Christian treasures.
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New Paintings by Victor Richardson.

4-29 Feb 2008. 30 new paintings by acclaimed Belfast artist Victor Richardson are on show at the prestigious Solomon Gallery. Best known for his six enormous paintings hanging in Dublin's exclusive Sh...
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Polish art at the IMMA.

14 Nov 2007-27 Jan 2008. Sculptures and installations by leading Polish artist Miroslaw Balka are on show in the
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Portraits at the National Gallery.

3 Sept-9 Dec 2007. Over 50 portraits on paper dating from the 15th to the 20th century are on show in the
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Images of the supernatural exhibition.

4 April-12 Aug 2007. Exploring the role of the
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