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Published on February 10th, 2017 | by Aidan Kelly Murphy


Ban an Tí Exhibition


Today and tomorrow are the last days to catch the Ban an Tí exhibition in The Chocolate Factory on King’s Inn Street. The show is a multi-artist response to the home as a female space, and looks at the domestication of femininity and the role of women in modern Irish society. Ban an Tí features a broad range of mediums from a multitude of artists, including Orla LangtonKathryn McShane and Rachael Kelly – who was recently long-listed for the Aesthetica Art Price 2017.

As well as installation work, performance art is also included with tomorrow seeing Léann Herlihy performing A glove is a gift at 3pm. The space is open 10am – 5pm on both Friday and Saturday and represents a great opportunity to catch a host of emerging Irish artists discussing a vital topic. More details here.

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