By Julia Brennan
The Boring Art? Exhibition was curated and set up by young minds to enable accessibility and incorporate fun into the world of historic art. Currently showcasing in the National Gallery, Boring Art? discusses a range of modern day topics using art depicitions from the 18th century. Much of the art used came from the Milltown and Belt collections, which normally hang in the halls of Russborough House. Reporter Julia Brennan caught up with curator Jessica Sharkey to learn about the exhibition and the works being shown.
(Images shown accredited to the National Gallery and Julia Brennan)