May 3rd – June 29 2019
National Gallery of Ireland
13 April – 7 July 2019
Beit Wing (Rooms 6-10)
Spanning 250 years, Shaping Ireland: Landscapes in Irish Art comprises artworks by fifty artists, exploring the relationship between people and the natural world.
Encompassing a range of artistic media and perspectives, this exhibition examines different land types and uses, revealing the significant role artists have played in visualising aspects of human impact on the environment.
The exhibition will be accompanied by a fully illustrated catalogue, featuring a selection of expert responses by individuals such as Paula Meehan (poet), Mary Reynolds (landscape designer), Duncan Stewart (environmentalist) and John Tuomey (architect), among others.
Exhibition curator | Donal Maguire
Art on Paper returns to downtown Manhattan’s Pier 36 in March of 2019 with eighty-five galleries featuring top modern and contemporary paper-based art. Art on Paper’s medium-driven focus lends itself to significant projects – unique moments that have set the fair apart and established an important destination for the arts in New York City.
2046 Rittenhouse Square
Philadelpha, PA 19103
Crossing the Firebreak, an exhibition of paintings by Donald Teskey RHA, is showing throughout July at Ballina Civic Offices, Co Mayo as part of the inaugural Ballina Fringe Festival.
Donald Teskey’s prolific 40-year career encompasses diverse media, including drawing, painting, printmaking and watercolour. This exhibition focuses on recent paintings inspired by his ongoing fascination with the rugged coastline of County Mayo as well as countryside locations from Dublin, Co. Cork and the Lee Valley and new works from Gougane Barra Forest Park.
In association with The Oliver Sears Gallery, Dublin
The188th RHA Annual Exhibition
Royal Hibernian Academy, Gallagher Gallery, Ely Place, Dublin 2- May 22nd – August 11th 2018
Ireland’s largest and longest running exhibition of visual art.
Donald Teskey RHA – Riverbank and Willow 2018, oil on canvas 100 x 120 cm
Donald Teskey RHA – Crum Creek 2018 100 x 120 oil on canvas
Coast-lines :: Irish Museum of Modern Art until 16th September 2018
Donald Teskey Landfall II 2005 oil on canvas 183 x 215 cm. IMMA permanent collection
Drawing on the paradox implicit in the word ‘coastline’ – for never has a coast followed a linear course – the title of this exhibition throws a line around a 12 month programme of changing displays of artworks and archival material that will explore our sense of place, perception, representation and memory. Works by Dorothy Cross, Carlos Cruz-Diez, Clare Langan, Richard Long, Anne Madden, Anita Groener, Michael Mulcahy, Donald Teskey, Tony O’Malley, Alexandra Wejchert, Bridget Riley and others variously explore pattern and line, surface, folds, enclosures, erasures, borders, terrain, the inherent coastal tensions between motion and stillness and any attempt to map what our senses perceive. Others such as Brian O’Doherty, Hamish Fulton, Tim Robinson and OMG collective variously engage photographic, linear, linguistic and coded systems to invoke a mind/body relationship.
Main Galleries, East Wing Until 16th September 2018