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Exhibitions of work from the Project

 Cycling the MGWR from Past to Present: Exhibition and talk about the project in the Central Library, Ilac Centre 5th -31st August 2016. There will be an illustrated talk about the project on Wednesday 17th August at 1.00pm. All welcome.

Midland - Lár Tíre: Cycling the MGWR from Past to Present in the National Photographic Archive, Meeting House Square, Temple Bar, Dublin 2 from Friday 9th  January  to  Sunday 24th May 2015

Midland - Lár Tíre: Cycling the MGWR from Past to Present is the third and most comprehensive in a series of exhibitions, which involved the artist Pamela de Brí cycling the entire route of the old railway network, the former Midland Great Western Railway (MGWR). This bilingual multimedia installation consists of photographs, audio clips, maps, video, notebooks and sculptural work taken from The Midland Project


Midland - Lár Tíre 2  is a multimedia installation of photographs, notebooks, maps, prints, audio clips and video focusing on the North West section of The Midland Project. It is the second in a series of exhibitions. The exhibition runs in the Linenhall Arts Centre Castlebar, Nov 22nd 2014 - Jan 17th 2015.


Lár Tíre/ Midland 1  -   Ag fiosrú Éire an tsean-MhórIarnród Lár Tíre agus Iarthair/ An exploration of Ireland of the Midland Great Western Railway

Áras Inis Gluaire, Belmullet, Co. Mayo 

12 July to 5 August

Art at The Ivy House Bar and Restaurant, 114 Upper Drumcondra Road

 Silence

 An exhibition of photographs by    Pamela de Brí

 1 February – 25 April 2011

Exhibition Launch: Thursday 10 February 6.30 – 8.30pm

 Art at The Ivy House is delighted to present a solo exhibition of new work by artist Pamela de Brí. Her work is concerned with the infinite continued progress of existence and events in the past and the present. Through her explorations of the transience of culture, she offers us a perspective on temporality, utilizing the varying medium in her work to comment on and respond to an ever-evolving world, thereby critiquing values and trends that result from social and political changes.



2.  Unveiling The Broadstone Project


 

 

 Culture Night, 22nd September 2011.        9.30 21.00

 

Kildare Library, Kildare Town Centre, Claregate Street

 

pameladebri@gmail.com

 

045 530626 (library)

 

www.cucuart.com 


 

A recent acquisition for Kildare County Councils Municipal Collection, The Broadstone Project by Pamela De Bri, is a series of photographs of the abandoned and condemned sheds, beside the Bus Éireann depot, in Broadstone, Dublin 2. They explore the history of the location  and of the people who worked there. The poignant, yet vibrant images ultimately seek to express a sense of wonder and admiration for the skills used there. The photographs will be on long term exhibition in Kildare Town Library

This exhibition is on-going