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Project Arts Centre in partnership with Temple Bar Gallery + Studios and Gallery of Photography
Dates: 18 Jan - 18 Jan
Show Time: 1pm
Tickets: €0.00 Admission Free
Meeting point: Temple Bar Gallery + Studios
Would you like an opportunity to introduce your friends and family to contemporary art? Relatively Speaking is the guided walking tour that takes place across three of Dublin’s most well-known contemporary art galleries, Temple Bar Gallery + Studios, Gallery of Photography and Project Arts Centre. The tours introduce their current exhibitions to those who might not be so familiar with contemporary art and offer an interesting insight into the work for those who are. The whole tour, contained within Temple Bar, will take about 60 minutes (approx.), with 15-20 minute tours taking place in each gallery.
January’s tour will begin at Temple Bar Gallery + Studios with Otobong Nkanga’s first solo exhibiion in Ireland, The Breath From Fertile Grounds. Visitors will be guided to the next venue, the Gallery of Photography for the exhibition of Krass Clement‘s work entitled The Light Gleams an Instant. The tour will finish with a visit to Project Arts Centre to take in the docu-fiction project by Szabolcs KissPál, From Fake Mountains to Faith (Hungarian Trilogy).
We’ll meet on Thursday 18 January at 1pm at Temple Bar Gallery + Studios. Book a spot for your parents, friends, cousins, housemates and anyone who you think might like to learn more about the things you love.
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