Exhibitions | 30-03-2023

Ireland Glass Biennale at Dublin Castle

The Ireland Glass Biennale (IGB) 2023 opens on 28 April and features work by some of the world’s most innovative glass artists, designers and craft practitioners.

Glass practitioners from Europe, North America, the Middle East and Asia are among those selected by the international panel of jurors.

Exhibitors include: Jude Abu Zaineh; Róisín de Buitléár & Alisa Shakor collaborative; Inguna Audere; Kalina Bańka – Kulka; Sergei Belaoki; Emma Bourke; Thérèse Bouwens; Sinéad Brennan; Fiona Byrne; Joseph Cavalieri; Rayleen Clancy; Hilde de Rooij; Piret Ellamaa; Carrie Fertig; Karin Forslund; Noa Hagiladi; Helen Hancock; Alli Hoag; Luke Holden; Krista Israel

Antonina Joszczuk-Brzozowska; Kevin Killen; JeoungHee KIM; Morten Klitgaard; Karen Lise Krabbe; Marzena Krzemińska-Baluch; Gayle Matthias; Anna Mlasowsky; Sadhbh Mowlds; Yoshiko Okada; Birgit Pählapuu; Morgan Peterson; Laura Quinn; Eva Reddy; Valérie Rey; Gerhard Ribka; Michael Rogers; Anthony Scala; Perla Segovia; Chuchen Song; Andrea Spencer; Michaela Spružinová; Pavlína Šváchová; Matthew Szösz; Kazue Taguchi; Rebecca Tanda; Disha Trivedi; Sarah Wiberley, and Peter Young.

The selection panel included: Kim Mawhinney, Senior Curator of Art at National Museums Northern Ireland; Katya Heller, Director of Heller Gallery in New York; Zhang Lin, Founder, Director and President of the Shanghai Museum of Glass, and Karen Donnellan, artist and educator. The exhibition is curated by Dr Caroline Madden of the National College of Art and Design, Dublin.

The Ireland Glass Biennale (IGB) exhibition will be on show in the Coach House Gallery at Dublin Castle, Ireland, from 28 April to 20 August 2023 (10am–5pm daily. Closed for Lunch 1.15pm-1.45pm. Free admission).

It is organised by Ireland’s National College of Art and Design (NCAD) in association with the Office of Public Works.

The show is co-funded by the NCAD and Creative Europe as part of a Creative Europe project: Imagining Sustainable Glass Network Europe (ISGNE).

For more information email: ireland_glass_biennale@ncad.ie

Dublin Castle is at Dame St, Dublin 2, Ireland. Find out more via the website.

Image: ‘Without Title II’ by Krista Israel comprises flame-work, mixed media, glass, porcelain, and 23.5krt gold. Photo: Krista Israel.

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