Work­ing to­wards his Mas­ter’s de­gree at NCAD, Jamie Mur­phy ap­plied him­self to mak­ing a book that re­lates, in visual

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AL­BERT, ERNEST & THE TI­TANIC Cop­per House Gallery, off Synge St, Dublin Mon-Fri 10am-5pm Un­til Nov 27 the­cop­per­house­gallery.com 01-4784088 Mer­lin James New work by an artist who ques­tions and builds on the po­ten­tial of paint­ing. Ker­lin Gallery, Sth Anne St MonFri 10am-5.45pm, Sat 11am4.30pm Un­til Nov 24 01-6709093 Jour­ney Maeve McCarthy’s metic­u­lous rep­re­sen­ta­tional paint­ings. Molesworth Gallery, Tues-Fri 10am-5.30pm, Sat 11am-2pm Un­til Nov 30 01-6791548 Alice Maher | Be­com­ing Out­stand­ing mid-term ret­ro­spec­tive plus new work by one of Ire­land’s lead­ing con­tem­po­rary artists. Imma at NCH, Earls­fort Ter­race Tues-Wed 10am5.30pm, Thurs 11am-7pm, Fri-Sat 10am-5.30pm Sun noon-5.30pm Un­til Feb 3 Man on the Moon Per­vaneh Matthews and Frank O’Dea. Balla bán Art Gallery, West­bury form, the story of the Ti­tanic’s two res­i­dent print­ers. An ocean­liner is a world in mi­cro­cosm, re­quir­ing an en­tire sup­port sys­tem and all man­ner of skills, de­sign­ers and print­ers among them.

Abra­ham “Al­bert” Mishel­lany and Ernest Corbin de­signed and printed “the res­tau­rant menus, sta­tionery, note pads, pro­grammes of events” and Mall Tues-Sat 11am-5.30pm Un­til Nov 30 087-6622234 Sid­ney Nolan: The Ned Kelly Se­ries Cy­cle of 26 paint­ings trac­ing the story of the no­to­ri­ous Aus­tralian bushranger, pre­sented by Eti­had Air­ways. Ir­ish Mu­seum of Mod­ern Art, Kil­main­ham Tues-Sat 10am-5.30pm (Wed 10.30am- 5.30pm), Sun noon-5.30pm 01-6129900 Lars Ny­berg and Lina Nor­den­strom Print­works. Graphic Stu­dio Gallery, Tem­ple Bar MonFri 10am-5.30pm, Sat 11am5pm Un­til Nov 28 01-6798021 The Pas­sage of Time Dis­tinc­tive magic-re­al­ist paint­ings by Robert Ryan. Pep­per­can­is­ter Gallery, Her­bert StTues-Fri 10am-5.30pm, Sat 10am-1pm Un­til Dec 1 01-6611279

Project 30 – Emerg­ing Views of even the tick­ets. In the af­ter­math of the dis­as­ter, these ephemera, as with vir­tu­ally ev­ery­thing as­so­ci­ated with the Ti­tanic, be­came much sought af­ter me­men­toes and have sold for thou­sands at auc­tions.

Mur­phy has com­mem­o­rated the print­ers in the medium of linocut, one of the most ba­sic print­mak­ing tech­niques. The book he has made with the Ire­land Emerg­ing pho­to­graphic artists. Gallery of Pho­tog­ra­phy, Meet­ing House Sq Tues-Sat 11am-6pm, Sun 1-6pm Un­til Dec 2 01-6714654 Raivo Pu­usemp – Dis­so­lu­tion How a con­cep­tual artist took on a job as mayor of a trou­bled New York town, a job that be­came an art project, and over­saw the dis­so­lu­tion of the town. Plus re­lated works by Ben Kin­mont. Project Arts Cen­tre, Tem­ple Bar Mon-Sat 11am-7pm Un­til Jan 12 01-8819613 Rem­i­nis­cence Senija Top­cic’s pho­to­graphs ex­plore a house un­oc­cu­pied since 2002. Al­liance Française de Dublin, 1 Kil­dare St Mon-Thurs 8.30am-9pm, Fri 8.30am-7pm, Sat 10am-2pm Un­til Dec 21 01-6381447 Rest­less Spa­ces | Frag­ile Traces Nat­u­ral pro­cesses in the im­ages, plus the kind of let­ter­press meth­ods em­ployed by his sub­jects, also uses pow­der from coal sal­vaged from the site of the wreck. Idion­u­mina Hughes, Graig­na­managh, Co Kilkenny Un­til Nov 18 land­scape in works by Michelle Con­si­dine (Un­til Dec 1). Tal­bot Gallery & Stu­dios Tues-Fri 10.30am-5pm, Sat 11am-4pm 01-8556599 Root The cen­tre­piece of Bea McMa­hon’s show is a lens-based work made at Het Twiske, a Dutch polder land­scape. Tem­ple Bar Gallery Tues-Sat 11am-6pm Un­til Nov 24 01-6710073 Sou­venir Views Wendy Judge ex­plores arm­chair travel and the authen­tic ex­pe­ri­ence. Pal­las Projects/Stu­dios, The Coombe Thurs-Sat noon-6pm Un­til Dec 1 Street Eithne Jor­dan’s ur­ban land­scapes. An Artist, The Stu­dio and all the rest...: John Beat­tie’s projects. RHA Mem­bers Ex­hi­bi­tion: re­cent work by aca­demi­cians. En­light­en­ment and Legacy: Seán Keat­ing and the ESB, cu­rated by Dr Éimear

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