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MAC update

In line with the spirit of the public health update and associated restrictions announced by the NI Executive, the MAC is now closed until Saturday 14 November.

Frederic Huska:
The Black Monolith of the Flâneur

Coming soon to the Sunken Gallery.


Dates, Times & Prices for Jay Rayner ‘The Ten (Food) Commandments’
Date: 14 Nov 2020 - 24 Jan 2021
Time: Wed - Sun, 10am - 4pm
Space: Sunken Gallery
Price: Free, but booking is essential

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About the Artist

Frederic Huska

Frederic Huska is a French artist, currently in residency at Fire Station Artists’ Studio in Dublin. His practice incorporates photography, writing and film to explore the multi-layered connections between the self, history and the architecture of the city. His work has been exhibited internationally, including through collaborative installations at Place and QSS Gallery in Belfast; screenings at Catalyst Arts Gallery and Belfast Exposed; group shows at MAC International 2016, Ku Art Center in Beijing, Kathleen Cullen Gallery in New York and the National Portrait Gallery in London.

Your Visit

The safety of our visitors and staff is a top priority, so to help us manage the number of people in the MAC at any one time, we are asking you to pre-book your gallery visit.

Booking your gallery visit

Click the Book Now button to begin the booking process, and select the date and time you wish to visit this exhibition. These are listed as 30 min slots, and you can arrive at the MAC anytime within that 30min time slot. Next tell us how many will be attending – our exhibitions are free to visit, but you can choose to add a donation to your booking. At this difficult time, we are more grateful than ever for those who give financially towards our work – your donations truly make a difference.

To complete your booking, we’ll ask you for some personal details including a contact telephone number for Track and Trace purposes. Once your booking is confirmed, we will send you a confirmation email, and the day before your visit, we’ll also send an email with some helpful information for your visit.

On the day of your visit

We have introduced a one-way system at the MAC, as part of our efforts to keep you safe. On arrival, please enter via the door from Exchange Street West. You will be met by a member of staff, or you may have to queue for a few moments.

Please show your e-ticket or print at home ticket, and our staff will check you in and share some further information with you about your visit.
For more information to help prepare you for a visit to the MAC, check out our Keeping You Safe page. There you’ll find a customer journey video, showing you how your visit might look, and answers to our frequently asked questions.

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