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Галерея и студии Темпл Бар — Temple Bar Gallery and Studios

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Discover books on art, design, visual culture, philosophy, architecture, select fiction, poetry and more, from some of the most creative Irish and international independent publishers, at Dublin Art Book Fair 2021.

As a centre for the artist book, you’ll also find limited edition and often, rare and one-off artist books! Purchase an Artist Book, as a collector item, or join in the many varied and stimulating events from the political to the poetic by participating artists, activists, writers, thinkers and others at this year’s DABF.

Opening Hours:
Monday to Friday, 11am-7pm
Saturday + Sunday, 11am-6pm

Explore the programme or shop online at the link in our bio
Dublin Art Book Fair 2021 is sponsored by Henry J Lyons and supported by @dublincityoflit.

Book Launch + Conversation: Manual of Hope — Alaa Abd el-Fattah ‘You Have Not Yet Been Defeated’

How might the work — writing, art, and everything in between — of political prisoners be understood as manuals?

Prison works that evade characterisation as speculative theory or by-products of praxis are often manuals for revolution, manuals for survival, and ultimately manuals for hope.

To mark the publication of You Have Not Yet Been Defeated. Selected Works 2011-2021 (Translated by a collective, foreword by Naomi Klein, Fitzcarraldo Editions, 2021) by Alaa Abd el-Fattah, one of Egypt’s longest imprisoned political activists, the event features recorded and live readings by writers Naomi Klein and Ahdaf Soueif, poet Seán Hewitt and sociologist-activist Ronit Lentin as well as a discussion between Annie Fletcher, director of IMMA and Hussein Omar, historian of political ideas.

30 November 2021, 6pm — 7.15pm
Studio 6, Temple Bar Gallery + Studios
⁠ ️ Book your FREE ticket now via our website (link in bio)

Dublin Art Book Fair 2021 is sponsored by @henryjlyons and supported by @dublincityoflit.

Book Launch: Orla Whelan ‘Matter Mammal Oil Soar’

To mark the publication of Matter Mammal Oil Soar by Orla Whelan, Whale Dust Books presents an online book launch.

This event will include a screening of a specially produced In Conversation between Orla Whelan & Harlan Lowe. The film will last 25 minutes and will be followed by a live, open discussion with the artist/author answering questions.

Subverting the traditional format of an In Conversation which is usually held between artist and art critic, Whelan plays the role of both interviewer and interviewee in an informative, self-reflexive and at times humorous interview, entirely in keeping with the spirit of the book being discussed.

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Matter Mammal Oil Soar is an experiment in art writing which explores the work of visual artist Orla Whelan. Playfully subverting conventions of art criticism, this publication reimagines notions of authorship, advocacy and agency, giving critical voice to the artist while painting a fuller picture of what is at play within an art practice, an exhibition and a body of work. With an essay by Noah Lawler and contributions from Dr. Rowena Hall and Lorna Whale, each text offers alternative insights into themes that inform Whelan’s work, while considering what can be said about painting, colour and the transcendent potential of art.

29 November 2021, 6.30pm
⁠ ️ Book your FREE ticket now via our website (link in bio)

Dublin Art Book Fair 2021 is sponsored by @henryjlyons and supported by @dublincityoflit.

@irelandatvenice Artist Niamh O’Malley’s new solo exhibition opens today at John Hansard Gallery, Southhampton.⁠

Niamh O’Malley uses steel, limestone, wood and glass to create a considered and purposeful sequence of forms. From polished wooden handles and sanded slivers of glass to stretched lines of steel, there is an assurance in O’Malley’s work of something still and solid. An exhibition which strives to produce successive moments of attention is perhaps timelier than ever.⁠

A series of sculptures occupy the gallery at varying heights and scales, yet their proportions and configurations are vaguely familiar. O’Malley also presents a new work commissioned by John Hansard Gallery; a series of shaped and scored slabs made from fossil-rich limestone. Each slab is shaped into a gentle slope that falls away to the ground. The apertures carved into the stone are reminiscent of water ducts, harsh cuts in this ancient sedimentary rock, itself vulnerable to erosion and transformation by the flow of water. This artwork titled Drain (2021) is stone on concrete on ground, reminding us, ultimately, of the earth beneath our feet.⁠

For more information, click the link in our bio.⁠

Image: Niamh O’Malley, Corner (hold), 2019, Steel, textured coloured glass, graphite and varnish on card, 1510 x 1041 x 600 mm. Photo: Kate Bowe O’Brien.⁠
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Workshop: Ann Maria Healy ‘Re-scripting’

Bring your outdated scripts to be reconfigured into a new narrative through old school collage.

Do you have a story that never made it to the page, lens or screen? Something that fell away to the depths of a sketchbook, lost on a hard drive or simply sitting in a ‘to do’ folder on your desktop. Then root it out and bring it to Temple Bar Gallery + Studios for an afternoon of storyboarding through cutting and pasting. You bring the narrative, we’ll provide the glue.

27 November 2021, 2pm
Studio 1, Temple Bar Gallery + Studios⁠
⁠ ️ Book your FREE ticket now via our website (link in bio)

Dublin Art Book Fair 2021 is sponsored by @henryjlyons and supported by @dublincityoflit.

Dublin Art Book Fair 2021: Manual is open!⁠

Temple Bar Gallery + Studios is pleased to present Dublin Art Book Fair 2021: Manual. We welcome you to the eleventh edition of Ireland’s only art book fair. Browse a range of exceptional and hard to find artist books, and books on art, design, visual culture, philosophy, architecture, select fiction and poetry, both on-site and online. Explore the rich programme, guest curated by Dr. Lisa Godson. ⁠

Official Launch: Thursday 25 November, 5.30pm — 6.30pm⁠
Continues until 5 December 2021⁠⁠

Dublin Art Book Fair 2021 is sponsored by @henryjlyons and supported by @dublincityoflit.⁠

Tap the link in our bio to visit the online book shop ⁠


Image: Pictured at Dublin Art Book Fair 2021 are TBG+S Studio Artist Ann Maria Healy and Clíodhna Shaffrey, Director at Temple Bar Gallery and Studios. Photo: @sparkyscoops1⁠
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Talk: Johanna Drucker ‘Reading Matters’

Join artist, writer and academic Johanna Drucker for a live online talk focusing on the materiality of textual objects in social life.

Engagement with the physical aspects of written language are part of the larger interaction we have with the made world. Habits of reading blind us to that made-ness and to the ways basic features of scale, size, materials, and other aspects of texts inscribe embodiment, and with it, the asymmetries of power that are part of social relations. By looking at the often overlooked “ergonomics” of textual production and reading as a set of positioning strategies, this talk asks how the materiality of textual objects participates in social life across a range of modes of address. How, in effect, does a written text position its reader through physical as well as textual strategies? Given the diversity of reading positions and demographic identities, this talk argues that this aspect of textual materiality matters in all kinds of ways.

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2 December 2021, 6.30pm
⁠ ️ Book your FREE ticket now via our website (link in bio)

Dublin Art Book Fair 2021 is sponsored by @henryjlyons and supported by @dublincityoflit.

Guest Curators 2022

Temple Bar Gallery + Studios is pleased to announce the awarded curators from our recent Open Call for Curators as RGKSKSRG (Rachael Gilbourne and Kate Strain), and Katherine Murphy.

RGKSKSRG will curate Oh My Demigod, a group exhibition that re-reads and re-tells the epic Irish story of the Táin Bó Cúailnge, particularly the role played by the young Cú Chulainn, and re-situates it in today’s cultural landscape. This revisiting takes place through a kaleidoscopic merging of Louis le Brocquy’s iconic tapestries, with three contemporary practices: choreographer Oona Doherty’s honed embodiment of aggression and conflict shot through the lens of filmmaker Luca Truffarelli, Michelle Doyle’s raw anarchic sound work via Rising Damp, and Farouk Alao’s hyper-contemporary take on how we project attitude, persona, legacy.

RGKSKSRG is the paired curatorial practice of Rachael Gilbourne and Kate Strain. Based between Aughrim, Achill, and Dublin, RGKSKSRG commission, present and contextualise contemporary art.

Katherine Murphy will curate Galalith, the first solo exhibition in Ireland by artist Lauren Gault. Gault’s responsive sculptural practice engages with a wide range of fields including agriculture and the shifting perception of ‘rural’, biomaterials and archaeology. Within the exhibition she will present an ambitious and expanded staging of her ongoing research involving agri-relations and agroecology, matter inter-connectivity, and agency within unstable micro and macro environmental systems. Gault will employ museological analysis techniques, such as ‘micro-fading’ which gives a tangible visualisation of a material’s future state. Within the work, Gault will interrupt the natural flow of time, indicating the possibility of alternative or suspected futures, whilst raising questions around agency, potential for change, conservation and loss.

Katherine Murphy is a Scottish independent curator and producer based in Glasgow.

Oh My Demigod and Lauren Gault’s Galalith, with take place at Temple Bar Gallery + Studios in March and May 2022.



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