Belfast Galleries. Current Exhibitions. September 2012

Belfast Galleries. Current Exhibitions. September 2012
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Belfast Galleries. Current Exhibitions. Yareah magazine list of some of the best exhibitions in Belfast during this month of September, 2012:


Belfast Galleries

Belfast Galleries

*Belfast Galleries: Ormeau Baths Gallery

18 Ormeau Avenue

Belfast, County Antrim

028 9032 1402

From September 8 to October 29, 2012

OBG is showing ‘Of de Blacam and Meagher’, ‘A Space for Learning’, ‘Made’ and ‘Struth’.

OBG presents up to 8 exhibitions a year showcasing a dynamic programme of the best of international and regional contemporary art. Their exhibition programme seeks to innovate, challenge and inspire.


*Belfast GalleriesBelfast Exposed

The Exchange Place

23 Donegall Street, Belfast

028 9023 0965

From August 31 to October 12, 2012

Belfast Exposed is pleased to present a major new work by Belfast based artist, Allan Hughes. “Enemy Blue” is a three screen, synchronized video installation that explores the role of video in relation to propaganda and the remediation of politicized historical narratives. Hughes is interested in the inherent propagandist character of video; the ways in which it causes a transformation of narrative and is itself subject to transformation by narrative.


*Belfast GalleriesGolden Thread Gallery

Switch Room

84 Great Patrick Street, Belfast

028 9033 0920

From September 6 to September 29, 2012

“Nocturama” explores the sense of uneasy nostalgia and instability of memory and self. Nocturama uses two films: “The Shining” (1980, directed by Stanley Kubrick) and “Blade Runner” (1982, directed by Ridley Scott) as the starting point for a process that makes connections and transforms found 35mm slides and footage, opening the potential for new narratives.


*Belfast GalleriesRed Barn

43A Rosemary Street

Belfast, Antrim

07821 260883

From August 3 to September 29 2012

“100 years’ of historic images at your fingertips”

The Red Barn Archive is not only dedicated to preserving an exceptional collection of images for the future, it is also committed to making this invaluable resource accessible to historians, students, commentators and the public alike.

The Archive offers 100 years’ worth of images, selected for their visual quality as well as their social, political and individual relevance. It includes comprehensive coverage of the early years of the Troubles, and of most of the principal personalities involved.

Very interesting!!!!


*Belfast Galleries: The Naughton Gallery at Queen’s

University Road

Belfast, County Antrim

028 9024 5133

From August 30 to October 7, 2012

“Peter Richards: An elective family tree.” An elective family tree is an exhibition of new works by Belfast-based artist Peter Richards, featuring a mix of collaborations and unrequited conversations with mediated references. The exhibition’s title points to a revisiting of Jean-Jacques Rousseau’s The Social Contract, particularly the book’s beginning. The model of family as society is transposed, with family being replaced by references, and society by knowledge.

And from August 3 to October, 7 2012

“Material Worlds.” It offers an insight into the minds of the recent graduates from the Applied Art departments at the University of Ulster.

Captured within the glass cabinets is a material world of forms born from ceramics, silversmithing and jewellery that illustrate individual artists’ perspectives.


*Belfast GalleriesCatalyst arts

5 College Court

Belfast, County Antrim

028 9031 3303

From September 9 to September 21, 2012

“Sunshine & Precipitation”

Selected works by Jean-Baptiste Ganne, Alexandra Guillot, Florian Pugnaire & David Raffini, Vivien Roubaud, Ugo Schiavi, Cédric Teisseire, Tatiana Wolska and Gérald Panighi.



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