Gerard Byrne will be in conversation with John Lalor on the opening of his exhibition 'MOMENT OF SURRENDER' at Pallas Projects/Studios.
The two artists shooting the breeze, John as an artist coming from painting and making that journey into film-making cinema and Gerard making his journey from photography into film-making. The trials and errors and suffering combined with the magic of working with other people to try and create something greater than the sum of its parts...
4–8pm Saturday April 30th
1815 is an Irish magazine with a focus on photography, writing and illustration.
Issue 5 features a selection of work from artists, all of whom were hand-picked because of their roots in graffiti, and the culture surrounding it. Although graffiti is the common ground between the artists featured, they produced work in diverse mediums such as print making, painting, illustration and photography to bring together Issue 5.
We invite you to join us in wonderful surroundings of Pallas Studio's School Yard, where Bukeepsie Radio will be providing live tunes, we will be serving up sizzling BBQ delights and nothing but the best room temperature beer to wash it down.
Images of 1815 Launch photographed by Zak Milofsky.
Paddy's Day, BYOB, all day, outdoor party in a school yard. Disco, soul, afrobeat, RnB, 80s Pop, House, Italo & more. Boom. dot com.
Music by Joma, Papa Lou, Robbie Kitt, Liam Maher.
Food by Doughboys Sandwich Shop
Telephones happens in intimate & fun spaces with great music played through heavy sound systems, surrounded by your pals, dancing all day and night – big parties in small spaces.
Telephones is brought to you by the lads behind Discotekken and The Locals
Open late for Culture night 5 – 9pm
115–117 The Coombe (corner of St. Luke's Avenue)
Martin Boyle, Craig Donald, Jacqueline Holt, Colin Martin, Brigid McLeer, Bea McMahon, Elvira Santamaria Torres. Curated by Niamh McDonnell
Diagrams, curated by Belfast-based academic Niamh McDonnell, is a mixed media show of work by 7 Irish and Northern Irish artists based in Belfast, Dublin and London, comprising lens-based media, drawings, paintings and sculptures. The exhibition sees each artist using the diagram to describe a previous work or to make a preliminary sketch for a new work. The show explores how the dynamic space of the diagram visualizes different sets of relations between elements and so generates multiple reading narratives.
Special events at PP/S for Dublin Gallery Weekend
Friday 11th, 5–8pm: Opening reception – Special extended preview of the group exhibition Diagrams, sponsored by Guinness Porter
Saturday 12th, 1–2pm: The Coombe Tour – Meeting at Kevin Kavanagh gallery, continuing to Cross Gallery, Nag Gallery and ending at Pallas Projects/Studios.
Saturday 12th, 1.45pm: Curator's talk – a talk with curator Niamh McDonnel and Diagrams artist Colin Martin will take place in the gallery, no booking required.
Sunday 13th, 12–6pm: Sunday opening – The gallery will be open especially for Dublin Gallery Weekend
Dublin Gallery Weekend
30 galleries, 60 events, one weekend to discover great art in Dublin
This September, the first ever Dublin Gallery Weekend takes place. See the weekend listings for details of over 60 special events that are happening in galleries during Dublin Gallery Weekend (11th, 12th and 13th September)