Monthly Archives: September 2014

Ian Wieczorek at Marginalia, QSS Gallery Belfast, 4th September – 3rd october 2014

Like a hunter gatherer, Wieczorek searches for images on the internet. The screen with someone else’s image is his inspiration and a source for a choice.  More than that – the final painting above is an exact replica of the … Continue reading

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Colin Darke: Grotesque Mediocrity, Mac Belfast, 8 August – 19 October 2014

The spiral from the veritable belly of Monsieur  UBU flew over  118 years and over the distance from Paris to Belfast courtesy of an artists’ artist Dr  Colin Darke.

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Peter Liversidge: Doppelganger at MAC Belfast, 8 August -19 October, 2014

  First exhibited by Ingleby Gallery in Edinburgh  from  1st August till  21st September 2013  the  facsimiles  of  ten Max Klinger’s  etchings from 1881,  and Liversidge’ s large scale prints of them  were complemented by an imagined room, constructed in … Continue reading

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Graham Gingles at MAC, Belfast, 2014

Graham Gingles  at MAC,  August, Belfast, 2014 As Fukuyama put it: in the post-historical period there will be neither art nor philosophy, just the perpetual caretaking of the museum of human history. A phase of contemporary art has also been … Continue reading

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