A new frontier of space

A new frontier of space
James Earley: ‘I feel like the stuff I’m doing doesn’t necessarily fit the mould of any Irish gallery’ Pic: Fergal Phillips

Artist James Earley’s new exhibition, Things Fall Apart, combines the personal with the political in a location that will surprise many, writes Nadine O’Regan

Walk into James Earley’s new exhibition space and you will find yourself catching your breath in surprise. In place of a traditionally austere setting, the Irish artist has located his debut exhibition in an industrial space: all exposed beams, dangling wires, peeling paint and flooding light, right in the heart of the city, next to the Clarence Hotel on Wellington Quay in Dublin.

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