ECOFILM es un Festival Internacional de Cortometrajes ambientales, que se realiza anualmente en México.

Responde a la necesidad de sensibilizar a la sociedad sobre la problemática ambiental, promoviendo la producción audiovisual y la cultura ecológica con soluciones que equilibren al ser humano en interacción con su medio ambiente.

Sustenta sus acciones gracias a la colaboración y alianza con instituciones, empresas y personas comprometidas con los temas ambientales prioritarios en la agenda internacional. El intercambio de ideas se funde en un evento único: competencia entre artistas, muestra, conferencias, invitados especiales; prisma de ideas, visiones y emociones con un nuevo entendimiento del mundo Leer más

This new exhibition brings together Brian Maguire’s latest body of work, resulting from a visit to Syria in 2017. It is shown in the context of earlier work made in response to the refugee crises hitting Europe’s shores as a result of the Syrian conflict. The Aleppo Paintings document the ruined buildings of the city, offering a visceral and stark insight into the physical consequences of war and the international arms trade that fuels all conflict. As with all his work, Maguire’s work is informed by first-hand experience of the city of Aleppo and its people and is fuelled by a desire to see beyond the news coverage to gain a personal insight into the reality of the situation.  Maguire’s paintings bear stark testament to the human suffering implicit in his depiction of the building fragments left after the bombardment, underlining the need for justice.   
Since the very beginning of his career in the 1970s Maguire’s work emerges from social and political situations and a deep engagement with a particular place or group of people. He approaches painting as a gesture of solidarity and has undertaken projects in prisons, women’s shelters and psychiatric institutions. 
This exhbition is presented as part of an on-going initiative, New Art at IMMA, proudly supported by Matheson, which allows IMMA to continue to support artists’ vital work in a strand of programming that recognises and nurtures new and emerging talents, new thinking and new forms of exhibition-making.

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It is an exhibition, where the work of 24 of Mexican visual artist is promoted. Working in a global diffusion with the artistic context of the roots and schools of the different Mexican Visual artists. Achieving an integration of cultural exchange.

The exhibition will be open in two stages. From 21st of March to the 23rd of May

Open hours: Monday to Friday 10am to 1pm and 3pm to 5pm

"Colours of Mexico: Tradition" from March 21st to April 20th

"Colours of Mexico: contemporary view" from April 23rd to May 23rd

19 Raglan Road, Ballsbridge, D4. 



Javier Camarena

Mexican tenor Javier Camarena famously became only the third singer in 70 years to perform an encore during a performance at New York’s Metropolitan Opera – the others were Luciano Pavarotti and Juan Diego Flórez. For his Irish debut he will be joined by another operatic rising star from Mexico, soprano Rebeca Olvera, in a programme of Italian bel canto arias with the RTÉ Concert Orchestra conducted by Robert Houlihan. More info here.

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