Last week U2log asked our friend Derek McAllister to check in on the “In the Time of Shaking” exhibition opening at the Irish Museum of Modern Art in Dublin, where Edge introduced Yoko Ono to a gallery filled with socialites and media. Asked if he was happy with the new album to date, Edge told Derek, “It’s not just the finished article. But so far I think we will sell over 20 units of the album because the four of us are happy, the team in happy, the manager is happy, and some of our kids seem happy with the tunes on the new album.”
The Edge and Yoko Ono will open ‘In the time of shaking‘, an art exhibition at the Irish museum of Modern Art this Thursday, May 6. The event is invitation only. In The Time of Shaking will be open to the public on Friday, May 7.
The exhibition is in aid of Amnesty International. Amnesty will benefit from the sale of the art works and a limited edition book featuring the work of contemporary Irish artists, including Louis Le Brocquy, Amelia Stein, Guggi and Sybille Ungers.
The exhibition is in the East Wing of the Irish Museum of Modern Art from Friday 7 May until Sunday 23 May.
(source: RTE guide)
Last night in Dublin, Bono opened a new exhibition of Italian artist Francesco Clemente’s work at the Irish Museum of Modern Art. Bono agreed to open the exhibition because he is a major fan of Clemente’s work, possessing several of the artist’s paintings in his home.