2 October 2021 – 9 October 2022
Room 11 | Admission free
Delve inside the imagination of artist and designer Anne Yeats (1919–2001) in this free exhibition. Exploring the artist’s archive, Anne Yeats: The Everyday Fantastic highlights creativity, experimentation and process in Yeats’s art practice across a number of decades. Moving between traditional and modern worlds, Yeats was interested in both the everyday and the fantastic. As the chief designer for the Abbey Theatre and founding member of both Graphic Studio and Aosdána, Yeats’s important contribution to Irish culture can be explored through dozens of sketches, etchings and paintings in this exhibition.
A landmark exhibition celebrating the work of Anne Yeats’s uncle Jack B. Yeats runs in the National Gallery of Ireland’s Beit Wing from 4 September 2021.
Curators: Donal Maguire (Curator, ESB Centre for the Study of Irish Art), Grace O’Boyle (Fellow, ESB Centre for the Study of Irish Art) and Donna Rose (Fellow, ESB Centre for the Study of Irish Art)
ESB Centre for the Study of Irish Art
Houses the Gallery’s comprehensive Irish art library & archives
Irish Women Artists from the Archives
Discover the stories of Irish artists
Jack B. Yeats: Painting & Memory
4 September 2021 - 6 February 2022
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