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CHANGING PLACES CHANGING COLOURS PAR RITA O’CONNELL

Rita O’Connell is graduate of Crawford College of Art and a teacher of art for 24 years. She has exhibited in the Lavit Gallery, Cork, in Lismore and has held a solo exhibition in Limerick. Rita attends classes at the Alliance Française to smooth her many visits to France. Changing Pla ces, Changing Colours is […]

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COULEUR DES SUDS PAR THIERRY MIRAMON

Thierry Miramon is a figurative painter with an exceptional sense of observation. His paintings incorporate scenes of everyday life – crowd, the animated settings found in cafes, concert halls and bull fighting arenas. From these moments, he highlights the tender, the amusing, the positive. He uses mainly primary colours in his playful and mischievous work. […]

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AU-DELÀ DES FAÇADES PAR FIONA ARNOLD

Fiona has worked as a painter/illustrator, mural artist and screen-painter or fabric in Dublin, London and Lyon over the past 25 years. She is currently working with photographs, paint and mixed media including digital enhancing, creating layers and illusions. The photographs are generally based on surface details and illusions sometimes using reflective windows and mirrors. […]

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LENDEMAINS PAR GRÉGORY VALTON

Grégory Valton born 1975 is a fine art photographer living and working in Paris. His work looks at landscape and its deeper meaning. He has photographed some superb architectural shots in New York and Istanbul and Brass bands of Guca, Serbia. Valton has exhibited in France at Galerie Dialogos, Galerie Bateau Lavoir, Multi-media Pôle of […]

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LE TOUR D’IRLANDE DE P’TIT BONHOMME PAR IRISH CLUB IN VINCENNES

Le tour d’Irlande de P’tit Bonhomme is an exhibition created by the Irish Club in Paris and Irish Eyes Magazine with documents borrowed from the Albert-Kahn Museum(Boulogne – Billancourt), the National Gallery of Ireland and Guinness archives. This is an exhibition of photographs of Ireland from 1880, to represent Ireland as it was when P’tit […]

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A RIDE ON THE WILD SIDE PAR ALAIN SAGAULT

Alain Sagault was born in Paris and belongs to a long established family of artists. He studied in the Sorbonne getting a Master’s and “agrégation de lettres”, subsequently becoming a teacher in French litterature and linguistics. Soon he became involved in the artistic world, becoming an actor and creating a fully improvised one-man show “Les […]

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‘2005-2061’ : DERRIÈRE LES RIDEAUX PAR MAGALI PETTIER

2005-2061: Derriere les rideaux is work presented in 2 parts. The major part, which includes 24 images, takes a look at everyday life of the people in Kathmandu, Nepal, when visited by the artist in Feb, March 2005. The purpose of this exhibition is to give the audience an opportunity to look at aspects of […]

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TUTEURS ET DÉPLACEMENTS PAR ALAIN DENHEZ

Supports and Displacements makes us wonder about the way we see and comprehend the world and our own thought structures. Indeed, the structure is not fixed; the spectator brings his own identity and interrogations. Besides, when he seeks to understand how the structure works, he opens up a new path in his way of thinking […]

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HEART MATTERS PAR ISABELLE MEERSTEIN

Features photographs of by-pass heart surgery and its fictional account on DVD,‘La Ballade de la Folle au Bord de la Mer’ (‘The Mad Woman Walking by the Sea’). The artist wishes to thank all at the Cardio-Thoracic Unit of Cork Universtiy Hospital, especially Consultant Surgeon Mr Aonghus O-Donnell and his team, including Head Nurse Sr […]

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FUSION PAR PASCAL UNGERER & GILLES PETER

Pascal Ungerer is a photographer living in West Cork, where he has set up a studio dedicated to traditional methods of black and white printing. Pascal works mainly landscape photography, much of his work is inspired by the Irish countryside in which he lives. Prior to moving back to Ireland, Pascal lived in France and […]

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