Artists L9 Exhibition ‘Ground’

Artists L9 launched their collective Exhibition, ‘Ground’ at MLV Studios on Thursday, 30th May 6pm – 8pm. 

“The Ground swelled up and spoke of that below

And we kneeled – to listen- so that we should know”

‘Ground’ is an exhibition that explores our relationship to permanence and place.  The ground may represent this apparent stability.   Throughout human history the ground has taken symbolic and spiritual forms, in recognition of its importance in our collective consciousness.  It is a place of birth, protection and nourishment, belonging and our place of death.  It is the constant beneath our feet.  Yet it is fragile, subject to natural forces and human exploitation.  This fragility can lead us to question ourselves, our place, our beliefs.  The artists in this exhibition explore the curiosity that arises when we acknowledge this vulnerability.

The Exhibition runs from 30th May until 2nd June, 2019

Trip to EVA Limerick Biennial

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Sinéad, Jenny and Daniela on a day trip to Irish Biennial in Limerick. A great art experience with plenty of Irish and international artists’ works exhibited over four different venues. Especially interesting the Cleeve’s Condensed Milk Factory venue with large scale installation and video installation works by, among others, Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster, Isabel Nolan, Sam Keogh, Laurent Grasso, John Gerrard. Some amazing artworks very difficult to see in person if not at one of the big art events. Very good job by the organizers to bring this to Limerick and Ireland.

‘Beneath the Surface’ exhibition a great success

Great success for the exhibition ‘Beneath the Surface’ at Studio 6 in Temple Bar Gallery + Studios – Dublin

Artists L9 Collective launched their ‘Beneath the Surface’ Exhibition last Friday evening, 20th April 2018, at Studio 6, Temple Bar Gallery + Studios – Dublin.

There was a cheerful atmosphere throughout the evening as friends and visitors viewed the Collective’s new Art works. Curator, Beth O’Halloran launched the exhibition with an inspiring and moving speech …

The opening party was kindly sponsored by Green Man Wines

All pictures courtesy of Maximilian Cope