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  1. Beasts From Brazil

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Immerse yourself in the exotic landscapes of Brazil at this exciting Frans Post exhibition at the National Gallery of Ireland. Read more

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  2. Artist Residency Róisín de Buitléar

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Irish artist Róisín de Buitléar has been selected as the Artist-in-Residence for the National Museum of Ireland for 2018. Read more

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  3. Monir Shahroudy Farmanfarmaian Sunrise Sunset

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Monir Shahroudy Farmanfarmaian is one of the most important Iranian artists in the contemporary art world. Read more

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  4. Niamh McCann Furtive Tears

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Niamh McCann is an Dublin-based Irish artist whose work attempts to distill into sculptural poetry the relationship between visual culture and the created environment. Read more

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  5. Intimacy

    Dublin City, Dublin

    How did the brain chemistry work when your parent saw you for the first time? What is scientific and artistic about the connection between humans? Read more

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  6. Prix Pictet Space

    Dublin City, Dublin

    This exhibition features work of the artists who have been shortlisted for the Prix Pictet’s seventh cycle. Read more

  7. Ailbhe Ní Bhriain Inscriptions of an Immense Theatre

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Temple Gallery and Studio’s winter exhibition will feature a film installation from Irish artist Ailbhe Ní Bhriain. Read more

  8. The Valiant Adventures of Tawara Toda

    Dublin City, Dublin

    The Chester Beatty Library celebrates the return of the mid-seventeenth century Tawara Toda scrolls to Dublin following an extensive three-year restoration of them which was undertaken in the Netherlands. Read more

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  9. Periodical Review #8

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Annual survey, this year curated by James Merrigan, Aisling Prior, Mark Cullen & Gavin Murphy. Read more

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