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Current Exhibition

Selective Memory: Artists in the archive

21 November 2014 - 15 March 2015

 

 

Recent Exhibitions:

Fieldworks: Animal Habitats in Contemporary Art

The Learning Zoo: Artefacts from UCC's Zoology Museum


FACING PAGES: The Art of The Great Book of Ireland

FOLLY: Art after Architecture

Searching for the New Jerusalem: The Art of William Burges

Modern Families: Relatives and Relationships in Art

Lost Boys: The Territories of Youth

The Artist's Eye: Photographic Portraits of Artists

Living/Loss: The Experience of Illness in Art

Passports: Globalisation in Contemporary European Video

Motion Capture: Drawing and the Moving Image

The Sacred Modernist: Josef Albers as a Catholic Artist

Exhibition Policy

The Glucksman's artistic mission is to explore all aspects of visual culture and present a range of innovative and intellectually stimulating displays. The exhibitions and displays programme provided by the Glucksman has two core objectives:

Firstly, in conjunction with the gallery’s education programme, to foster scholarship in the gallery environment placing particular emphasis on the unique role of visual media in communicating knowledge. Central to this is the creation of discursive relationships between academic disciplines and art practice. This is reflected in a wide range of exhibitions that span various media and historical periods.

Secondly, to increase awareness and understanding of the University Art Collection. This includes creating displays of the collection throughout the college campus, providing opportunities for the collection to be displayed in the gallery and encouraging a higher regional and national profile for the collection through loans and touring displays.

The Lewis Glucksman Gallery does not accept unsolicited exhibition proposals. You can download the current exhibition policy here.

For press images and further information on current or past exhibitions, please contact exhibitions@glucksman.org

 


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