February 2 – March 20
‘Noughties but Nice: 21st Century Irish Art’, surveyed the extensive terrain of art made in Ireland during the first decade of this millennium. This exhibition selected some of the most exciting contemporary master-works of the Noughties, including seminal works by leading Irish artists including Tom Molloy, Andrew Kearney, John Shinnors, Aideen Barry and Seamus Nolan. The exhibition included large components of technologically advanced digital and interactive media which placed the audience as the central focus of the art experience. Originally curated from the Limerick City Gallery of Art, ‘Noughties but Nice’ was designed and developed with the support of an Arts Council touring grant.