In Sotheby’s in London, on November 21, a sale of Irish art from the collection of Brian P. Burns – one of the most significant collections of its kind in private hands – brought a total of $4,204,562, the highest total for a private collection of Irish art sold at auction. The transaction brought Sotheby’sRead more..
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Hear my Voice, a cinematic tribute to those who suffered loss as a result of the Northern Irish conflict known as The Troubles, (1968–1998), was screened at the Core Club in New York on November 26. The film is based on artist Colin Davidson’s exhibition of portrait paintings, Silent Testimony, exploring the common humanity ofRead more..
In February, New York City’s Irish Arts Center will stage a three-night run of one of the most unique Irish theater spectacles of the year. The production, called RIOT, won Best Production at the 2016 Dublin Fringe Festival and sold out shows in Sydney, Australia, in January. Starring legendary Irish drag queen Panti Bliss, theRead more..
An exhibition of J. Kieran McGonnell’s new work will be held at the Axel Raben Gallery in New York City from January 7 – February 8, 2003. McGonnell’s work, an exploration of graphic iconography within the context of today’s corporate and world politics, has been widely reviewed, discussed and written about by critics and artRead more..