Art of The Troubles

Research output: Non-textual formExhibition

Abstract

Dan Shipsides artworks: LOVE (exhibited) and MORTAR | DEVICE (screening) were selected and included in Art of The Troubles.This major new exhibition brings together the work of 50 artists from Northern Ireland and beyond including Joe McWilliams, Willie Doherty, FE McWilliam, Rita Duffy, Paul Seawright, Jack Pakenham, Micheal Farrell and Richard Hamilton. The exhibition features a broad representation of artists’ responses to the Troubles. Art of the Troubles offers avenues for exploring the way in which the Troubles have been viewed by a range of artists and for reflecting on the manifestations and impact of violence and division in our society. The exhibition comprises 60 works, including paintings, drawings, photographs, videos and sculpture. It explores a broad range of themes including violence and destruction, suffering and loss, traditions and life in the midst of turmoil. The exhibition has been developed in partnership with Wolverhampton Art Gallery and includes many works from the collections of National Museums Northern Ireland and the recently gifted Arts Council of Northern Ireland Collection. Also incorporated are loans from the Imperial War Museum’s Northern Ireland Collection, the Irish Museum of Modern Art and the Dublin City Gallery the Hugh Lane, as well as works from private collections and artists themselves. Art of the Troubles will be supported by a public programme, which will allow various themes reflected in the exhibition to be explored. Activity will include lectures, tours, workshops, film screenings and a conference in association with the Institute of British and Irish Studies from University College Dublin. A range of online resources will be created both to supplement the exhibition. These will include filmed interviews with a number of the artists, a digital record of the exhibition and images of other works by the artists represented in the exhibition. An online publication relating to the conference will also be produced.
LanguageEnglish
Size2
Publication statusPublished - 11 Jun 2011
EventArt of The Troubles - Ulster Museum / Belfast
Duration: 11 Apr 201417 Sep 2014

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Art
Artist
Northern Ireland
Screening
Dublin
Manifestation
Supplements
Imperial War Museum
Paul Seawright
Loans
F. E. McWilliam
Irish Museum of Modern Art
Willie Doherty
Online Resources
Destruction
National Museum
Private Collections
Artwork
Irish Studies
Wolverhampton Art Gallery

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