Percept / Ethos

Painting through its poetical emotion – Episode #3 The Irish Brussels-based artist Colm Mac Athlaoich retraces in his most recent works the phases of the Aristoteles’ rhetoric about percept intended as perceptum.  The artist’s ‘percept’ is concerned with the analysis of the pictorial object as a figurative and representative element of a real object transfigured on… Continue reading Percept / Ethos

Crossing Borders. A Global Exhibition Exploring Themes of Migration

The theme encompasses migrating fauna, as well as human migration. The aim is to provoke the audience to consider the narrative of the migrant, to understand and empathise with both the material, and the psychological journey involved, and to question their personal relationship to migration.  The project explores the theme of migration through concurrent shows… Continue reading Crossing Borders. A Global Exhibition Exploring Themes of Migration

Paraphernalia III Plantationocene

This fourth solo exhibition of Judy Carroll Deeley is still concerned with the word ‘paraphernalia’, whose etymological meaning comes from the ancient Greek parapherna, and then later from the medieval Latin paraphernalis. Today this word has largely assumed in English a completely different meaning, but in the past it had a clear connection with women and their conditions mainly… Continue reading Paraphernalia III Plantationocene

Over Nature

Over Nature offers a new optical experience, greater ecological awareness and responsibility towards landscape and environment which surround us. The exhibition consists of a series of multimedia artworks and paintings from Shane Finan, an innovative and interactive approach from Beata Piekarska-Daly to move towards painting, an abstract method of landscape representation with paintings and printings from Mary… Continue reading Over Nature

De Natura 

De Natura has the intention to bring together three singular painters to show by different cultural approaches, the Dutch Evi Vingerling, the Italian Daniele Fabiani and the Chinese Chen Li, the relationship between art and nature and how vernacular traditions, social and cultural situations change the perception of nature in art and vice versa. Different artistic practices… Continue reading De Natura 

Painting through its poetical emotion – Episode #2

The artistic and aesthetic impulse of each age is characterised by external historical-social factors that effectively influence the personal experiences of the artist. These are the basis of the curatorial project Painting through its poetical emotion which, articulated in a series of three solo exhibitions, investigates the visual art of Ireland. Irish pictorial art, developed… Continue reading Painting through its poetical emotion – Episode #2