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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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An afternoon at MAC, Saturday, 11 January, 2014.

At  three o’clock, in front of approximately fifty viewers, Hugh O’Donnell started his performance in front of the projected video. Its subject was the weeping face of a Dutch artist who disappeared, later, in 1975, attempting to cross the Atlantic … Continue reading

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Ursula Burke

URSULA  BURKE Hope for a better past, MAC Belfast, 30 August – 13 October 2013-09-03 The title of this exhibition reminds me of the last verse in  a poem by Seamus Heaney:..”.hope and history rhyme” . In a gentle manner … Continue reading

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MAC Belfast – July/August 2013: L. Gotz, M. Cotter, K. Burke

Reminiscent of  the geometric abstraction of Josef  Albers (1888-1976) and El Lissitzky(1890-1947) the  Double-Take painting  hopes to evoke an immersive narrative that is both stable and changing depending on view point s of the moving viewer.

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