Waiting for the Barbarians

Joana Hadjithomas and Khalil Joreige; Waiting for the Barbarians

The Model is delighted to present Joana Hadjithomas and Khalil Joreige,  I stared at beauty so much: Waiting for the Barbarians, 2013, a film made in response to the poem Waiting for the Barbarians by Constantine P Cavafy. Both artists share with Cavafy the Middle East as a place of

Continue reading
Turbulence

Turbulence

Rossella Biscotti , Elaine Hoey, Gulsun Karamustafa, Naiza Khan, Eoin McHugh, Cengiz Tekin, Sarah Wood, Jack Butler Yeats “Homelessness is coming to be the destiny of the world” Martin Heidegger, 1946 Turbulence is a major exhibition that explores the way in which contemporary artists are responding to the refugee crisis

Continue reading
Arno Kramer

High Winds Move Slowly: Arno Kramer and Henk Visch

The Model is delighted to present High Winds Move Slowly, a very special two-person exhibition with Dutch artists Arno Kramer and Henk Visch. This show, which is curated and toured by the Museum De Buitenplaats in the Netherlands, marks the first time that these two artists have been brought together

Continue reading
Oliver Laric

Oliver Laric

Oliver Laric’s practice, which comprises sculpture, video and installation, explores both historical and contemporary image economies. In particular, his work attends to the dynamic context of images: how they move, transform and replicate as part of an ever-evolving visual culture. For his exhibition at The Model, Laric presents a recent

Continue reading
Eamon O’Kane: A History of Play

Eamon O’Kane; A History of Play

In this colourful three-dimensional installation, children are invited to explore shape, colour and constructive design through imaginative and creative play. Created by artist Eamon O’Kane and inspired by Frederich Frobel, the founder of Kindergarten. Suitable for families, early years, schools and groups.

Continue reading

Marie Brett & Kevin O’Shanahan; E.gress – a film exploring the twilight world of dementia

E.gress is a soulful and stirring film that maps a twilight world of loss and change, exploring how individuals diagnosed with dementia find new ways to adjust to a changing world. A multi-layered portrait of living moments on life’s edge, E.gress invites us to contemplate love, loss and life itself.

Continue reading