Cosmopolis #1.5: Enlarged Intelligence, opening November 2 in Chengdu, Sichuan Province in south-west China, presents artworks and programs by almost 60 artists and groups.
In collaboration with Fergus McCaffrey, Kerlin Gallery is pleased to announce the launch of Brian Maguire’s new monograph at FIAC 2018.
The Libby Leshgold Gallery is pleased to present Stalactite, a solo exhibition by Irish artist Dorothy Cross. The exhibition features two works: Stalactite, a single channel video work; and Foxglove, a small bronze sculpture.
Solo exhibition of painting and sculpture.
We are delighted to announce that on 7 September 2018, Kathy Prendergast was announced as the winner of the first David and Yuko Juda Art Foundation Award.
A major highlight of the 56th Venice Biennale, Sean Scully’s acclaimed Landline series makes its U.S. debut at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden.
Brian Maguire, HUMANITY Site Unseen is an exhibition of new work inspired by the men, women and children the artist met when he travelled to a Protection of Civilian camp in Bentiu, South Sudan with Concern Worldwide. The camp is home to 120,000 people who have been displaced by war.
Demise is a group exhibition curated by artist John L. Moore. A powerful meditation on the meaning of life and death, it features work by six prominent contemporary artists: Rina Banerjee, Esperanza Cortés, Jae Rhim Lee, Brian Maguire, Paolo Pelosini and Levent Tuncer.
Isabel Nolan One foot in the world is a solo exhibition of sculpture, textile, painting, photography and works on paper.
Château La Coste, in conjunction with Kerlin Gallery and Yoshii Gallery, is delighted to announce Broken, the first major solo exhibition in the South of France by the celebrated Dublin-based artist Guggi. The exhibition consists of new sculpture and works on paper.
A multi-venue exhibition expanding the common definition of painting.
In this retrospective exhibition, Sean Scully revisits his early works which reveal the origin of his continued fascination with stripes and the spaces in between. Scully was a prize winner in the John Moores Painting Prize in 1972 and again in 1974. The opening of the exhibition coincides with the opening of the John Moores Painting Prize 2018 and Liverpool Biennial 2018.
Gerard Byrne and Willie Doherty will both be included in the inaugural FRONT International Cleveland Triennial for Contemporary Art, titled An American City.
This major exhibition surveys the nude and the naked body as depicted by Irish artists, focusing on interconnecting themes of political allegory, domestic intimacy, gender politics, artistic training, censorship, sexuality and display. The exhibition features work ranging from historic Sheela na-gigs, to artists including Francis Bacon, James Barry, Dorothy Cross, Robert Fagan, Amanda Coogan, Mainie Jellett and Brian Maguire.
Curated by William Laffan and Dawn Williams
Willie Doherty REMAINS will present photographic and video work.
For Sam Keogh’s first solo show in the Netherlands, he presents Orbital Debris, an installation of film and sculpture with an ambient soundtrack made in collaboration with The Iduna Institute for Strategic Imitation & Delay.
Modern Art Oxford and Drawing Room jointly present A Slice through the World, a group exhibition that celebrates the sustained power of drawing in the digital age.
Initiated by Dublin-based artists and long-term collaborators, Sven Anderson and Gerard Byrne, A Visibility Matrix assembles contributions from a distributed panel of artists, film-makers and others within a synchronised, multi-channel video installation that will be presented for the first time in Gallery 1 of The Douglas Hyde Gallery.
Merlin James solo exhibition, featuring over 70 paintings and drawings that span over 30 years of the artist's work and present a diverse selection of genres, styles and subjects.
Elizabeth Magill Headland presents an exhibition of paintings and works on paper.
Group exhibition exploring the current and ongoing issues of migration, dispossession and national borders.
Group exhibition for Berlin Gallery Weekend.
Jaki Irvine will be included in Dwelling Poetically: Mexico City, a case study, a group exhibition at ACCA, Melbourne.
Sean Scully solo exhibition featuring works from the 'Landline' series.
Sam Keogh's installation Kapton Cadaverine will be included in Cellular World: Cyborg-Human-Avatar-Horror at GoMA, part of the Director's Programme for Glasgow International 2018.
Sam Keogh & Isabel Nolan will both participate in the 38th EVA International, curated by Inti Guerrero.
New collaborative LP by Mark Garry, with contributions by Karl Burke, Eileen Carpio, Sean Carpio, Mark Garry, Nina Hynes and Fabien Lesure, joined by Oliver Alcorn, Claudia Schwab, Robert Stillman, Padraig Murphy and Cillian Murphy. Available as limited edition 12-inch vinyl or digital download.
Sean Scully solo exhibition.
Solo exhibition of 16 hand-printed silver gelatin prints by Samuel Laurence Cunnane, all produced during a three-week residency in China.
Merlin James solo exhibition, featuring over 70 paintings and drawings that span over 30 years of the artist's work and present a diverse selection of genres, styles and subjects.
Group exhibition by Laura Aguilar, Dorothy Cross, Judy Dater, Annette Messager, Lorraine O’Grady, Robyn O’Neil, Linda Pace, Tracey Rose, Lara Schnitger and Kiki Smith.
Sean Scully solo exhibition, presenting eight paintings from the Doric series.
Coming Home: Art and the Great Hunger is an exhibition of the world’s largest collection of Famine-related art, shown for the first time in Ireland.
Sean Scully solo exhibition, exhibiting works from the late 1960s to the present day.
Group exhibition curated by Sacha Craddock. Featuring work by Ana Čvorović, Anna Fasshauer, Jack Killick, Brian Griffiths, Siobhán Hapaska and Alice Hartley.
2018 will be the 30th anniversary of Kerlin Gallery, Dublin. We would like to take this opportunity to express a heartfelt thank you to all the artists we have had the pleasure and privilege to work with over the past three decades.
Elizabeth Magill solo exhibition showing three recent works – two small paintings and one large hybrid work mounted on aluminium.
Callum Innes' first major solo exhibition in France. A fully-illustrated publication will accompany the exhibition, featuring a new text by critic and art historian Éric de Chassey (Director General of l’Institut National d’Histoire de l’Art, Paris).
Group exhibition curated by Heidi Brunnschweiler. Artists: Nadia Lichtig, Jaki Irvine, Theo Eshetu, Elisabeth Bereznicki.
Kathy Prendergast's work will be included in The Ethics of Scrutiny, curated by Daphne Wright for IMMA Collection: Freud Project.
Liliane Tomasko solo exhibition.
Sean Scully retrospective presented across the Laing Art Gallery and the Hatton Gallery.
Solo exhibition in the iconic Luis Barrágan-designed equestrian complex.
Solo exhibition including a major new wall painting, works with neon and over 120 framed drawings.
Brian Maguire solo exhibition, bringing together the artist's latest body of paintings, resulting from a visit to Syria in 2017.
Solo exhibition of paintings and works on paper. A publication will be produced to accompany this exhibition.
Two-person exhibition with Samuel Walsh.
Kerlin Gallery will be closed for the holidays from 24 December – 1 January inclusive.
We would like to wish all our friends, colleagues, supporters and visitors a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
We look forward to seeing you again in 2018!
Group exhibition curated by Ivo Ringe.
Group exhibition with work by Jack Butler Yeats, Rossella Biscotti, Elaine Hoey, Gülsün Karamustafa, Naiza Khan, Eoin McHugh, Cengiz Tekin and Sarah Wood.
Group exhibition curated by Chris Clarke and Fiona Kearney, in association with Professor Nuala Finnegan, Head of the Department of Spanish, Portuguese and Latin American Studios, UCC. Artists: Katharina Cibulka, Willie Doherty, Dragana Jurisic, Bouchra Khalili, Brian Maguire, Teresa Margolles, Dara McGrath, Larissa Sansour, Hrair Sarkissian, Javier Téllez, Jun Yang.
For RijksakademieOPEN 2017, artists of the Rijksakademie in Amsterdam open their studios on 24, 25 and 26 November. Sam Keogh will give three performances during the event, taking place at 5pm daily.
Solo exhibition curated by Neringa Bumblienė.
Isabel Nolan inaugurates the programme at the new London Mithraeum Bloomberg SPACE, 12 Walbrook, City of London.
Solo exhibition curated by Olga Sviblova.
Come una falena alla fiamma / Like a Moth to a Flame. Curated by Tom Eccles, Mark Rappolt and Liam Gillick.
Curated by Anselm Franke, Nida Ghouse, Paz Guevara, and Antonia Majaca. With works by Art & Language, Doug Ashford, Michael Baers, Samuel Beckett, Charles & Ray Eames, Peter Friedl, Liam Gillick, Sheela Gowda, Philip Guston, Irving Norman, Nam June Paik, Sigmar Polke, Steve Reich, Ad Reinhardt, Gerhard Richter, Faith Ringgold, Norman Rockwell, Frank Stella, The Otolith Group and others.
Kerlin Gallery is delighted to participate in this year's TWO x TWO auction, which raises money for the AIDs research foundation amfAR and the Dallas Museum of Art. For the 2017 benefit auction, Kerlin Gallery will donate artworks by Willie Doherty and William McKeown.
Group exhibition with Gerard Byrne, Robert Barry, Phil Collins, Ruth Ewan, Sharon Hayes, Simon Starling, Corin Sworn and others.
Exhibition with Ant Farm, Dara Birnbaum, Mark Bradford, James Coleman, Phil Collins, Bruce Conner, Willie Doherty, Omer Fast, Morgan Fisher, Coco Fusco, Tatiana Gaviola, John Gerrard, Arthur Jafa, Zoe Leonard & Catherine Gund, Steve McQueen, Shirin Neshat, Pratibha Parmar, Ben Rivers, Rachel Rose, Anri Sala, Chick Strand, Jean-Marie Straub & Danièle Huillet, Anne Tallentire, and Rosemarie Trockel.
Three-person exhibition by Aleana Egan, Ulla von Brandenburg and Paulina Michnowska. Curated by Pádraic E. Moore.
Works by Dorothy Cross, Carlos Cruz-Diez, Clare Langan, Richard Long, Anne Madden, Anita Groener, Michael Mulcahy, Donald Teskey, Tony O’Malley, Alexandra Wejchert, Bridget Riley and others.
Exhibition with Laëtitia Badaut Haussmann, Francis Baudevin, Philippe Decrauzat, Marie-Michelle Deschamps, Angela Detanico / Rafael Lain, Hoël Duret, Sylvie Fanchon, Liam Gillick, Mark Hagen, Christian Hidaka, Sonia Kacem, Tarik Kiswanson, Vera Kox, Sarah Morris, Reinhard Mucha, Damián Navarro, Camila Oliveira Fairclough, Bruno Peinado, Julien Prévieux, Eva Taulois, John Tremblay, Pierre Vadi, Elsa Werth, Raphaël Zarka.
Group exhibition with James Lee Byars, Los Carpinteros, Catherine Chalmers, Dorothy Cross, Olga de Amaral, Lalla Essaydi, Don and Era Farnsworth, Luis Gispert, Laurent Grasso, Charles Lindsay, Teresa Margolles, Rachel Sussman, Shinji Turner-Yamamoto, Danh Vo, Hank Willis Thomas and Zarina.
Group exhibition with Keith Arnatt, Gerry Badger, Craig Barker, John Blakemore, Henry Bond and Liam Gillick, Paul Caponigro, Thomas Joshua Cooper, John Davies, Susan Derges, Mark Edwards, Anna Fox, Melanie Friend, Hamish Fulton, Fay Godwin, Andy Goldsworthy, Paul Graham, Mishka Henner, Paul Hill, Robert Judges, Angela Kelly, Chris Killip, John Kippin, Karen Knorr, Ian Macdonald, Ron McCormick, Mary McIntyre, Peter Mitchell, Raymond Moore, John Myers, Martin Parr, Mike Perry, Ingrid Pollard, Mark Power, Paul Reas, Emily Richardson, Ben Rivers, Simon Roberts, Paul Seawright, Andy Sewell, Theo Simpson, Graham Smith, Jem Southam, Jo Spence, John Stezaker, Paddy Summerfield, The Caravan Gallery, Chris Wainwright, Patrick Ward, Clare Woods and Donovan Wylie.
Exhibition with JMW Turner, Christopher Le Brun, Cornelia Parker, Gerry Fox, Idris Khan, Susan Hiller, Bob and Roberta Smith, John Smith, Elizabeth Magill, Dorothy Cross, Jonathan Wright.
A major exhibition of new work by Elizabeth Magill.
Opening reception Friday 8th September, 6–8pm.
Exhibition by Mark Garry, Sophie Gough, Michael Kutschbach, Akemi Nagao & Bettina Neuhaus, Sadie Weis. Curated by Sheena Malone.
Kathy Prendergast's Atlas will be included in the 2017 Yokohama Triennale. The exhibition this year is titled Islands, Constellations and Galapagos. Venue: Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse No.1.
Solo exhibition, comprising suspended and floor-based sculptures, portrait paintings, drawings, photographs and a rug.
Sean Scully is to give a reading from his book of collected writings, Inner, at Hodges Figgis in Dublin.
Mark Garry is one of four artists whose work has been selected by The Hennessy Art Fund for IMMA Collection 2017.
Mark Francis, Sean Scully and Liliane Tomasko are all to be included in Abstract Painting Now!, a major exhibition at Kunsthalle Krems.
Major exhibition exploring the enduring influence of Surrealism.
Two-person exhibition by Sean Scully and Liliane Tomasko.
Gerard Byrne will unveil a new video piece In Our Time [In unserer Zeit] at the prestigious exhibition Skulptur Projekte Münster.
Evolving group exhibition with Nico Beddeleem, Mekhitar Garabedian, Sachita Islam, Myriam Loyensm, Karl Meersman and Sven Unik.
Group exhibition with Waref Abu Quba, Ulrich Becker, Raphael Danke, Katja Eckert, Lauren Gregory, Helga Griffiths, Mila Hundertmark, Franziska Koop, Dr León Krempel, Rosilene Ludovico, Basir Mahmood, Klaus Mosettig, Roy Samaha, Regina Silveira.
It is with great sadness that we announce the death of our friend and colleague
Stephen McKenna. Stephen passed away at his home in County Carlow on 4 May 2017.
Artists: Barrie Cooke, Dorothy Cross, Rita Duffy, Michael Farrell, Marie Foley, Claire Langan, Alice Maher, Alfonso Monreal, Jack Pakenham, Tony O’Malley, Patrick Scott, Martin Wedge.
Solo exhibition organised by Peter Eleey, Chief Curator, MoMA PS1 with Margaret Aldredge Diamond, Curatorial and Exhibitions Associate, MoMA PS1.
Solo exhibition curated by Magnus af Petersens.
Artists: Ursula Burke, Willie Doherty, Rita Duffy, John Kindness, Locky Morris, Philip Napier, and Paul Seawright. Curated by John Carson.
Artists: Vikky Alexander, Robert Arndt, Gerard Byrne, Jacqueline Hoàng Nguyễn, Kelly Jazvac, Kelly Lycan, Niamh O’Malley, Dawit L. Petros, Greg Staats, Lisa Tan.
Curated by Jonathan Anderson.
Artists include: Jean Arp, Louise Bourgeois, Lynn Chadwick, Naum Gabo, Siobhán Hapaska, Barbara Hepworth, Sarah Lucas, Henry Moore, Magali Reus and Dorothea Tanning. Fashion designers include: Christian Dior, Jean Paul Gaultier, Rei Kawakubo of Commes des Garçons, Helmut Lang and Issey Miyake.
Park is an exhibition across two venues in Guangzhou and Hong Kong.
Holly's Gallery, Guangzhou, 15 March – 16 April
G/F, 218 Hollywood Road, Sheung Wan, 20–25 March
Artists: Liam Gillick, Callum Innes, Merlin James, Liu Ke, Isabel Nolan, Sean Scully, Liliane Tomasko, Zhou Li
Sam Keogh will give a performance as part of Dark Water: The Dead of Night at CGP London.
Solo exhibition. Opeing reception Friday 17 February, 6pm.
Artists: James Lee Byars, Los Carpinteros, Dorothy Cross, Olga de Amaral, Lalla Essaydi, Don and Era Farnsworth, Luis Gispert, Laurent Grasso, Charles Lindsay, Teresa Margolles, Rachel Sussman, Hank Willis Thomas, Danh Vo, Shinji Turner-Yamamoto, Zarina
Mark Garry’s new solo exhibition An Afterwards opening at Luan Gallery on Saturday 11th February.
Two-person exhibition with Samuel Walsh. A publication will be made available.
Kerlin Gallery artists Mark Garry, Elizabeth Magill and Paul Winstanley are included in a major new exhibition at Towner Art Gallery, A Certain Kind Of Light.
Artists: Ana Čvorović, Anna Fasshauer, Brian Griffiths, Siobhán Hapaska, Alice Hartley, and Jack Killick. Curated by Sacha Craddock.
Sean Scully's major solo exhibition Resistance and Persistence continues its tour of China, opening at Hubei Museum of Art on 10 January.
We wish all our colleagues and friends a joyful holiday season and a peaceful and prosperous 2017. Kerlin Gallery will be closed for the holidays from 24 December – 2 January inclusive.
In conjunction with her exhibition If the Ground Should Open… at IMMA, Jaki Irvine presents a one-off live performance of the entire work, eleven tracks, performed by the project performers.
Two-person exhibition by William McKeown and John Ward, presented by LOEWE FOUNDATION in association with Kerlin Gallery and The William McKeown Foundation.
Kerlin Gallery is delighted to be participating in Dublin Gallery Weekend.
We will have three social events taking place over the course of the weekend, plus extended opening hours for our current exhibition by Kathy Prendergast.
Selected by Brian Duggan, Sarah Glennie, Jenny Haughton & Declan Long. Artists include Aquinas, Callan Workhouse, Nina Canell & Robin Watkins, Dorothy Cross, Willie Doherty, Douglas Hyde Gallery, Fergus Feehily, FOUR, Anthony Haughey, Des Kenny, Patrick Jolley & Reynold Reynolds, Aileen Lambert, Clare Langan, The Metropolitan Complex, Michael McLoughlin, Isabel Nolan, Seamus Nolan, Emer O'Boyle, Margaret O' Brien, Deirdre O'Mahony.
Solo exhibition of artworks from Prendergast's Black Maps series.
Artists: Amanda Coogan, Maud Cotter, Gary Coyle, Eleanor Duffin, Damien Flood, Siobhán Hapaska, Ramon Kassam, Sam Keogh, Ruth Lyons, Eoin McHugh, Ailbhe Ní Bhriain, Mairead O’hEocha, Niamh O’Malley, Darn Thorn, Lee Welch, and the Centre for Genomic Gastronomy.
Museum solo exhibition. An accompanying publication by Hatje Cantz is available.
Curated by Paul O’Neill. Exhibiting artists: Can Altay, Martin Beck, David Blamey, Gerard Byrne, Nina Canell, Jasmina Cibic, Céline Condorelli, Sara Cwynar, Marjolijn Dijkman, Mary Heilmann, James Hoff, Vlatka Horvat, Matt Keegan, Chris Kraus, Gareth Long, Ronan McCrea, William McKeown, Ulrike Müller, Museum of American Art Berlin, Brian O’Doherty, Harold Offeh, Eduardo Padilha, Sarah Pierce, Falke Pisano, Elizabeth Price, Richard Venlet, Anton Vidokle, Lawrence Weiner, Grace Weir, Arseny Zhilyaev, and others.
Liam Gillick is the artistic director of the first Okayama Art Summit, which will be held in Okayama, Japan. The title for the event is “Development.”
Museum solo exhibition.
Siobhán Hapaska will give an artist talk at Frieze London as part of its Reading Room programme on Friday 7 October. Presented by ArtReview.
Group exhibition. Exhibiting artists: Nazgol Ansarinia, Martin Brüger, Raphael Danke, Ulrich Horndash, Jiří Kolář, Eoin Mc Hugh, Radenko Milak & Roman, Uranjek, Alfred Nungesser, Annegret Soltau, Alexander Tillegreen, Dziga Vertov.
A newly commissioned video piece by Gerard Byrne, Jielemeguvvie guvvie sjisjneli (Film inside an Image), forms the centrepiece of this exhibition at MUMA.
Museum solo exhibition with accompanying publication.
Three-person exhibition with Giuseppe Gabellone and Charlotte Posenenske.
Curated by Ulrich Bischoff. Exhibiting artists: Alexander Archipenko, Robert Delaunay, Marcel Duchamp, Fernand Léger, Kazimir Malevich, August Macke, Gino Severini en dialogue avec David Claerbout, Marlene Dumas, William Forsythe, Gerhard Richter, Sean Scully and Luc Tuymans.
A new solo exhibition by Jaki Irvine will open at the Irish Museum of Modern Art on 23 September 2016. If the Ground Should Open… is a specially commissioned work presented on the centenary of the historic Easter uprisings of 1916.
Two-person exhibition curated by Javier Molins.
As part of the inaugural Yinchuan Biennale, Liam Gillick will present two large-scale wall diagrams: one abstract, the other an algorithm.
Sean Scully's major solo exhibition Resistance and Persistence continues its tour of China, opening at Guangdong Museum of Art on 6 September.
A new solo exhibition by Eoin Mc Hugh will open in the Douglas Hyde Gallery's Gallery 2 space on Thursday 4 August.
Isabel Nolan's touring exhibition The weakened eye of day will visit Contemporary Art Gallery Vancouver in July.
Work by Siobhán Hapaska will be included in Some Are Nights Others Stars at Towner Art Gallery. The exhibition brings together international artists whose works embody the contrasting experiences of displacement, loss and separation with the dynamic possibilities of movement, transformation and remembrance.
The artist will present up to 38 framed images and one freestanding work using the AA Road Atlas of Europe as a basis to explore the notion of migration and settlement.
Loose Ends is a new commission by Willie Doherty exploring how people, events and places associated with the 1916 Easter Rising are remembered and imagined today.
Work by Liam Gillick will be included in Béton, a group exhibition at Kunsthalle Wien exploring the artstic and architectural legacy of concrete.
A major solo exhibition of work by Sean Scully, The Body and the Frame will include a broad selection of painting, photography and works on paper, including Scully's lesser-known figurative works and some sketches for sculptures.
A meditation on the new forms of expression and knowledge that artists can offer society, this draws on Sol LeWitt's assertion that ‘Conceptual artists are mystics rather than rationalists. They leap to conclusions which logic cannot reach’. Artists include Karla Black, Daniel Buren, Dorothy Cross, Dan Graham, Sol LeWitt, Open Music Archive, Hannah Rickards and Amy Sillman.
For his new solo exhibition Eurocopter EC135, Sam Keogh will produce an installation of drawings, sculpture and performance which knots together the murder of Gianni Versace, police helicopters and the red marble clad lobby of Dortmund's Unique Hotel.
Elizabeth Magill will appear in conversation with Jesse Jones at the Hugh Lane on Thursday 12 May, 1pm. This event is free to attend, no booking necessary.
The artists will be reflecting on Magill’s works Lodge 2 and Roger and the Swans, included in the current exhibitions Jesse Jones NO MORE FUN AND GAMES and High Treason: Roger Casement.
Sean Carpio and Mark Garry will launch Drift, a limited edition 10” record, witth a live performance at Kerlin Gallery on Monday 9 May. The performance will begin at 7pm sharp. Free admission.
As part of the Hugh Lane's 2016 Exhibition Programme, 'The Artist as Witness', Liam Gillick will present a solo exhibition of site-specific new work.
Artist Talk: the artist will also discuss and reflect on the exhibtion at 5.30pm, Thursday 28th April. No need to book, but places are limited, so please arrive early.
Works by Willie Doherty, Elizabeth Magill and Brian Maguire are among those included in IMMA Collection: A Decade, an exhibition of some of the highlights from IMMA's collection over the past ten years.
Mark Garry's publication A New Quiet will be launched at Dublin's RHA Gallery on Wednesday 27 April 2016.
Brian Maguire's painting Police Graduation (Juárez) has been highlighted in '10 of the best artworks at Art Cologne' by Artspace.
Part of EVA International 2016, And Then... is a spoken word film festival by Liam Gillick. The event will run nightly from 7pm in Mother Macs pub, High Street, Limerick over the opening weekend (14 – 17 April), and every Thursday from 7pm thereafter.
To celebrate its 150th anniversary, the London Mathematical Society has invited Mark Francis and George L-Legendre to create new work drawing on mathematical ideas. The resulting exhibition at Plymouth University is titled 'There is Geometry in the Humming of the Strings, There is Music in the Spacing of the Spheres': Conversations Across Art and Mathematics.
Sean Scully returns to China in April with a new major touring exhibition, Resistance and Persistance. Starting at Art Museum of Nanijng University of the Arts, the exhibition will go on to visit Guangdong Museum of Art and Hubei Museum of Art, lasting for one year in total.
Sean Scully has been awarded 'International Artist of the Year' by Harper's BAZAAR ART China.
Work by Dorothy Cross will be included in a group exhibition at Lismore Castle Arts, A Weed Is a Plant out of Place.
Work by Sam Keogh and Dorothy Cross will be included in Riddle of the Burial Ground, a group exhibition at Extra City Kunsthal, Antwerp. Sam Keogh will also perform at the opening reception for the event, from 7pm, Friday 25 March.
Work by Sam Keogh, Eoin Mc Hugh and Siobhán Hapaska will be included in 2116, a group exhibition at Glucksman Gallery, Cork. The exhibiton will travel to the Eli and Edythe Broad Museum in Michigan later this year.
Work by Elizabeth Magill will be included in High Treason: The Appeal of Roger Casement at The Hugh Lane.
Work by Sam Keogh will appear in Bandits Live Comfortably in the Ruins, curated by Sean Lynch at London's Flat Time House.
New and recent video and photographic works by Willie Doherty will be included in this exhibition at Villa Merkel (near Stuttgart).
Isabel Nolan's solo exhibition The Weakened Eye of Day travels to Mercer Union, Toronto, from 12 February – 2 April.
This first exhibition in Portugal of Liam Gillick (1964, Aylesbury, UK) takes the form of an evolving presentation over one year that reflects Gillick’s long-standing engagement with questions of process, participation, collectivity and decision-making, and of which his varied approach to language and the language of space is an expression.
This exhibition presents new works from the painter Merlin James, with others from across his career.
Gerard Byrne will be the subject of a new solo exhibition, 1/125 of a Second, at Mead Gallery, Coventry. The exhibition centres on the world-premiere of a new film by the artist made at the Biologiska Museet in Stockholm: the first natural history museum to use a large-scale diorama.
Merlin James has a new solo exhibition in the Douglas Hyde Gallery's Gallery 2 space. In addition, James will give a lecture on the work of Serge Charchoune – currently showing in Gallery 1 – at 5pm on Thursday 10th December.
For his forthcoming exhibition with Void, Maguire is developing a new series of paintings, large works which interrogate the international war on and for drugs, the violence of a destabilised state and the darkness that permeates borderlands and trade between wealthy and poorer nations.
A screening of Maguire's film Blood Rising will take place at The Nerve Centre, Derry, 8pm on Friday 27 November. Part of the Foyle Film Festival.
A seminar will take place at Void, 7pm on Friday 27 November. Brian Maguire, Eamonn McCann and Ed Vulliamy will participate in the panel discussion, 'In The Absence of Justice'.
Willie Doherty is the suject of a new solo exhibition in Lisbon's Centro de Arte Moderna (CAM) at the Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian. Curated by Isabel Carlos.
An exhibition of paintings from Richard Gorman's new series KAN opens at ASSAB ONE, Milan on 28 November.
Solo exhibition, curated by Virginia Shore.
Willie Doherty's Extracts From a File will be on display as part of The Margulies Collection at the Warehouse's permanent collection.
Liliane Tomasko is the subject of a solo exhibition, 'Mother-Matrix-Matter' at the Lowe Art Museum, Miami, FL, USA.
Sam Keogh will be included in the group exhibition 'REVERSE!PUGIN', curated by Sean Lynch at Lismore Castle Arts.
Works by Merlin James and Sean Scully will be included in the TWO x TWO for AIDs and Art auction in Dallas.
As part of his ongoing collaboration with the French fashion house Hermès, Richard Gorman has designed a window installation for the brand's shopfront in the iconic Japanese department store Isetan Shinjuku.
Gerard Byrne's exhibition Bright Sign will take place at the GrazMuseum in Graz as part of the Steirischer Herbst festival. Curated by Tessa Giblin.
Work by Sam Keogh will be included in Hall of Half-Life, a group exhibition curated by Tessa Giblin for steirischer herbst.
Launch Pad, the London based commissioning art series, will make its debut in New York City in September at the invitation of arts philanthropist Laura Taft Paulsen, with a newly commissioned sculpture by Dublin-based artist, Isabel Nolan.
Work by Willie Doherty is to be included in Longing for happier times: Media works from the collection of the Kröller-Müller Museum.
Samuel Laurence Cunnane will be showing a selection of new work at THEODORE:Art in September. It will be his first solo exhibition in the United States.
Paul Seawright's major touring exhibition Things Left Unsaid will visit the Ulster Museum in Belfast from September.
Liam Gillick will participate in the 14th Istanbul Biennale with Hydrodynamica Applied, a new site-specific piece on the side of the Istanbul Modern building.
David Godbold will discuss his exhibition More like living than life itself with critic and lecturer Dr Caoimhín Mac Giolla Léith on Saturday, 12 September 2015 at 2:30pm.
Isabel Nolan will participate in Disappearing Acts, the main exhibition at Lofoten International Arts Festival (LIAF) in Norway.
Aleana Egan and Merlin James will both participate in Out There, Thataway at CCA Derry, alongside Stephen Brandes, Kevin Gaffney, Rana Hamadeh, Fergus Feehily and Nathan Coley.
In the Douglas Hyde Gallery's Gallery 2 space, Aleana Egan will present "an intimate encounter with a single new sculpture".
This unique exhibition features works created throughout McKenna’s career, focusing specifically on cityscapes, parks and trees.
On the occasion of his 70th birthday, Sean Scully will unveil a new 'intervention' the Romanesque chapel Santa Cecilia de Montserrat, near Barcelona, Spain. The intervention consists of six large murals and eight stained-glass paintings.
Hazelwood Estate presents Magnetism, a major contemporary art exhibition in the old Snia/Saehan factory that sits on the peninsula at the historic site of Hazelwood in County Sligo.
Curated by Vaari Claffey the show brings large-scale sculptural works by a group of Irish and international artists together with a video programme, compiled to reflect the history of the factory at the site where magnetic video tape was manufactured from 1987-2005.
Crawford Art Gallery presents Figure / Abstract, a major exhibition by the internationally celebrated artist Seán Scully. Figure / Abstract is Scully's first ever museum show in Cork and coincides with his seventieth birthday on June 30. Figure / Abstract will feature works from 1964 to the present, most of which have never been exhibited before.
Marking its tenth year of visual arts exhibitions, Lismore Castle Arts is delighted to present its most ambitious project to date, The Persistence of Objects. Curated by The Common Guild this exhibition will be staged in existing gallery spaces, as well as a number of other locations around Lismore.
Dorothy Cross will participate in curated group exhibition Ridde of the Burial Ground, Project Arts Centre, Dublin, 11 June – 1 August 2015. One of Project Arts Centre's most ambitious exhibitions to date, it will "puzzle over signs, forms and communication, motivated by one of the major problems facing our planet – the markings and warnings around nuclear burial sites." Curated by Tessa Giblin.
A comprehensive exhibition, A Late Evening in the Future points to the various temporal levels that meet in Byrne’s large-scale works at Kunstmuseum St Gallen.
From May 30, All-Imitate-Act, a new installation by the British artist Liam Gillick will be on view on the Museumplein, right in front of the Stedelijk.
In a new solo exhibition at the Douglas Hyde, Sam Keogh explores the Old Croghan Man, one of a number of 2,000 year old ‘bog bodies’ unearthed from Irish wetlands in recent years.
Sean Scully presents Land Sea, part of the official programme of the 56th Venice Biennale, in the historic Palazzo Falier.
Siobhán Hapaska participates in 'Vita Vitale', a group exhibition curated by Artwise. It is one of two exhibitions held in the Azerbaijan Pavilion at the 56th Venice Biennale.
This exhibition presents a survey of over fifty years of British photography through the lens of documentary practices. Featuring work by some of the most significant photographers and artists of the time, it reflects photography’s growing cultural position both within the UK and on the international stage.
Sean Scully at the National Gallery of Ireland marks the artist’s 70th birthday. This exhibition charts the two decades – the 1980s and 1990s – in which Scully established his international reputation.
Brian Maguire has been selected by curator and critic Christian Viveros-Fauné as one of 15 Artists to Watch in 2015 for ArtNet.com.
The Pinacoteca de Estado de São Paulo presents Sean Scully 1974-2015. This is the first major retrospective of the renowned Irish artist in Brazil. Covering three decades, it will show 46 words produced between 1974 and 2014, allowing the visitor to observe changes in his creative process.
This exhibition brings together new work by Kathy Prendergast, an artist whose sensitivity to issues of individual and collective existence has resulted in some of the finest work made over the past three decades.
Works by William McKeown and Dorothy Cross are included in 'The Untold Want', a major group exhibition at the Royal Hibernian Academy, Dublin. The exhibition will examine notions of immensity, nature, mortality and freedom.
This exhibition presents portraiture in a variety of medium including painting, collage, bronze and new media. Sitting peacefully against a wall in the gallery will be the hyper-realistic sculpture by Siobhan Hapaska, entitled Saint Christopher. Although initially surprising and unsettling, this man rests in a calm, contemplative manner. Created predominantly from wax and incorporating human hair this work disrupts the safety of the contained 2D works showing that portraiture can occupy and invade a viewer’s space becoming almost too close for comfort.
Many of Tate's finest oil paintings, watercolours and drawings, prints and photographs –from Stephen McKenna, to Turner and Constable, Burra and Hockney– will be seen in the￼ context of the literary, philosophical, political and social forces which shaped the nation's growth over nearly three centuries.
The first solo exhibition of Aleana Egan's work at Konrad Fischer Galerie. The title of the exhibition originates from Mary Butts's 1928 novel “Armed with Madness”, which also forms its latent undercurrent.
Follow the Heart: The Art of Sean Scully, 1964-2014, London, New York is the first exhibition in China of the artist Sean Scully. The exhibition will show work from the last 45 years, in oil, pastel, watercolour as well as photographs and a major new sculptural work, specially made in China for the exhibition.
Since 2010, Maguire has worked regularly in the Mexican city of Juárez—the murder capital of the world—where more than 5,000 people have been butchered by drug cartels over the past six years. The exhibition includes fourteen large paintings completed between 2012 and 2014 that address the Mexican drug war.
The exhibition in Rostock shows newer as well as less-known works illustrating Scully’s development from figurative to abstract art.
Richard Gorman’s powerful compositions and inimitable colour in a magnificent encounter with the world of Hermès. An encounter which produced four bold silk carrés. The design also featured in the menswear AW15 show where it was used on men’s shirts. Now based in Milan, Gorman will be in Dublin next Wednesday opening the RDS Library Speakers.
The talk is free, but booking is essential – tel 01-2407254 or email librarydesk@rds.
Liliane Tomasko focuses her attention onto things, which lie in our immediate surroundings. She paints objects and spaces from the domestic environment; they are subtle interiors viewed from unusual angles. Dusk at Dawn is an exhibition about departure - it speaks of melancholia, of warmth and not least, of the love for painting.
While McKenna has lived and worked in various countries since the 1960s, since 1998 he has been based in Ireland. This exhibition will be the artist’s largest museum solo presentation in over a decade and will feature work from throughout his career including landscapes, cityscapes, trees, with loans both nationally and internationally.
More than forty years ago, John Lennon and Yoko Ono got into bed to protest against the war. The world’s most popular artist couple of that time made their honeymoon public by stating: “Make love, not war!”. Simultaneously, the bed turned into a political instrument of visual art.
The RHA are pleased to be hosting a new quiet by Dublin based artist, Mark Garry. This is the fifth major solo exhibition Garry has undertaken over the past twelve months. Mark creates beautifully considered ephemeral works that act as embodiment’s of slow time.
The major spring exhibition ‘La La La Human Steps’ in Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen features a hundred works of art from the museum’s collection, including work by Siobhán Hapaska. These works all deal with la condition humaine: human failings. Four top choreographers have each created a duet especially for the exhibition.
The inaugural MK Community Foundation New City Art Prize for the Visual Arts has been awarded to Siobhán Hapaska.
The 2014 New City Art Prize, funded by MK Community Foundation, recognises an outstanding and innovative UK artist, and aims to connect emerging visual artists in and around Milton Keynes to national developments in contemporary art.
"The idea of Trove is to make new relationships between painting and object from collections that would rarely meet." - Dorothy Cross
IMMA has invited internationally renowned artist Dorothy Cross to select an exhibition of work from the Collections of IMMA, Crawford Art Gallery, National Gallery of Ireland and the National Museum of Ireland. The resulting exhibition; Trove, will showcase the extraordinary depth of the National Collections in one unique and very subjective presentation.
The first exhibition by a Western abstract artist in China, this important survey includes over 100 works spanning Scully’s career to date. Featuring key pieces on loan from European and American public and private collections, the exhibition also showcases a new monumental corten steel sculpture entitled China piled up.
Follow the heart – The Art of Sean Scully 1964 – 2014 will tour to Central Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing, 13 March - 23 April 2015.
British and German Painting in Dialogue
Structures/Strukturen is a British/German collaborative exhibition of contemporary painters. It brings together the work of eight established artists, recognised internationally in their field, who explore the interaction of colour, form and structure.
Each year, vast colonies of monarch butterflies journey 4,000 km from Canada to winter in the mountains near Angangueo, in the Mexican state of Michoacán. Passing through the USA, they are decimated by toxic crop sprays and other dangers. Exhausted, numb, clinging to tree trunks in the cold forest, they gradually spread their wings and fly as the first rays of sunshine filter through the trees and begin to thaw them out. The forest comes alive with their colours.
'Shot in Mexico: On the Impossibility of Imagining the Numbers of Dead and Disappeared (Vertical)', 2014; 20 framed archival pigment prints on wallpaper.
In his most recent work, Seawright investigates television studios which create the news bulletins about current wars. The virtual rapprochement between the TV viewer and the victims is belied by sensational representation that ultimately distances and desensitizes. Exhibited for the first time here at the CCI, these photographs are put in context by a selection from previous projects in Afghanistan (Hidden, 2002) and Northern Ireland (Sectarian Murder, 1988).
Isabel Nolan and Jaki Irvine participate in PULL BITE RALLY, an exhibition and parallel events series to mark the Black Church Print Studio 'Process' project, with other artists including Brian Fay, Damien Flood, Jesse Jones and Sarah Pierce.
The exhibition will provide a critical overview of Willie Doherty’s photographs and videos made on the streets of his native city of Derry in Northern Ireland and its surrounding hinterland, presenting new insight into the artist’s working methods and rationale.
Almost no other artists have been so strongly influenced by their encounters with contemporary abstract paintings as Sean Scully (b.1945 in Dublin). For the first time, a museum presentation will be establishing a dialogue between the figurative works of his early oeuvre and his abstract works.
Sensory Spaces is the title of a series of solo exhibitions at the Willem van der Vorm Gallery, the freely accessible exhibition space in the entrance area of the museum. For each edition, one artist asked to turn. Properties of the space in a surprising way to his hand for the fifth edition Siobhán Hapaska create a site-specific work.
A public conversation will take place between artist Dorothy Cross and co-director of MA Art in the Contemporary World, Declan Long, at 5pm on Wednesday 5th November, at Kerlin Gallery, Dublin. This event is part of an ongoing series of talks arranged in collaboration between Kerlin Gallery and MA Art in the Contemporary World at NCAD.
Through the lens of an artist, Brian Maguire, who has spent time in Juarez getting to know the families left behind, the film looks at the fallout and follow up to femicide and whether the families can ever find peace.
A new exhibition examining the role of nature in the work of Irish and International artists over the past seventy years opens to the public at the Ulster Museum. New Art, New Nature includes work by world-renowned figures including Henri Matisse, William Scott and Willie Doherty. Paintings by one of Northern Ireland’s most important artists of the last century, William McKeown, will also be displayed at the museum for the first time, together with work by Dorothy Cross, Siobhan Hapaska and Paul Seawright amongst others.
Also featuring artists Odey Curbelo, Olafur Eliasson, Spencer Finch,Helen McMahon, Tumi Magnusson, Paula Stokes, Norbert Vollath, Jack B Yeats. Curated by Marie-Louise Blaney.
“The world and the universe contain elements that cannot be articulated or contained using the codes, language and meaning with which we try to make sense of our lives. But our world is somewhere we can feel, and feel reassuringly part of in those moments that the boundaries between us and it dissolve.” - William McKeown
Kathy Prendergast presents a solo show of recent and existing works at the Mill as part of the Kinsale Arts Festival, providing a survey of her past work and future directions.
In Sean Scully Encounters: A New Master among Old Masters, the artist's first exhibition in Oxford, eleven paintings and thirty-three prints by Scully will be on view.
The weakened eye of day, is a new body of work by Irish artist Isabel Nolan, conceived as a single project for IMMA. The exhibition explores how light manifests as a metaphor in our thoughts, obsessions and pursuits and includes text, sculpture, drawings and textiles. Nolan’s works begin with the close scrutiny of individual literary or artistic works, or evolve out of consciously erratic enquiries into the aesthetics of diverse fields, such as cosmology, humoral theory, and illuminated manuscripts.
Punctum is an exhibition exploring the nature of photography today. Consisting of 50 works chosen by artists, curators and writers, and including a series of lectures and a publication, Punctum takes its cue from the term “punctum” coined by Roland Barthes in his final book, Camera Lucida: Reflections on Photography. Punctum is curated by Séamus Kealy and artist Duncan Campbell selected Willie Doherty.
MAGASIN - Centre National d'Art Contemporain de Grenoble presents an exhibition by artist Liam Gillick. 199C to 199D is the second part of a collaborative process that began with the artist working alongside students of the Center for Curatorial Studies at Bard College (New York) in 2012.
Aleana Egan presents a major outdoor sculpture as part of Vestibule, a project curated by Aoife Tunney, alongside Daniel Gustav Cramer and Eva Rothschild, activating Merrion Square and its surrounding institutions.
The City of Charleston Office of Cultural Affairs presents We Cast Shadows; New Work by Mark Garry. The artist will transform the exhibition space with an installation of new works and ephemera created for the site. Utilizing a variety of media and mechanisms, Garry's delicately considered works are measured and quiet, requiring meticulous systems of construction. Combining physical, visual and sensory analogues, the installation arranges elements that intersect the space and form relationships between a given room and each other, creating a situation that is at once empathetic and spectacular.
The Office of Public Works will present an exhibition 'Meditation on Plates: Inspired by Lord Charlemont's Casino' in one of Ireland's most highly regarded historic buildings, the Casino at Marino, Dublin.
A group of almost 40 esteemed Irish and international artists, designers and architects was invited to respond to the Casino building, some of its ornamental elements or surroundings in a personal drawing. The artists' drawings have been transferred onto porcelain plates and reproduced in a limited edition of 18 plates per artist. The resulting collection is rich in its variety of interpretations and the quality and beauty of the work.
Things go Dark presents a visual exploration of the principles of aestheticism through the work of nine contemporary Irish artists. The paintings in this exhibition lure the viewer into a world of beauty, fear, tension, dark comedy and suspense. Working in various pictorial languages these artists invoke an intense emotional response that demands to be put into sensible form, while at the same time overwhelming all attempts to do so. Their work explores the possibility of a space of immediacy, which remains outside the workings of power and history.
Mark Garry creates a portrait of a Marseillais hip-hop song on the occasion of his first solo show in France. A recent interview in the magazine Volume. What you see is what you hear (December 2013), entitled “Musicker”, develops his artistic practice in connection with music and sound.
Curated by Caroline Hancock as part of the Printemps de l'Art Contemporain 2014, Marseille
‘Home is no longer a dwelling but the untold story of a life being lived.’
A large-scale group exhibition featuring works by Kathy Prendergast, William McKeown, Isabel Nolan, Siobhan Hapaska, and Dorothy Cross.
Comparisons of works by four English and four German painters will form the centrepiece of this exhibition, with Mark Francis showing alongside Tim Allen, Andrew Bick, Ian McKeever, Günther Förg, Michael Jäger, Ivo Ringe and Miro Zahra.
The first film, 'Outsider', is a documentary of the relationship between a republican Frank Quigley from Belfast, Brian Maguire, and Edward Cahill, a member of Martin Cahill's group in Dublin. All three met inside Portlaoise Prison in the mid 80s to the mid 90s while working and studying on the NCAD's course in the prison. All three continue to work as artists and colleagues today. The second film, 'Blood Rising' is a documentary of the work Brian Maguire has been making in the city of Juarez with families of murdered female factory workers. The feature film version has been recently premiered by the Curzon Cinema, Soho, London.
Richard Gorman has spent the past twenty years refining his vision of, and his fluency, in paint. He has chiselled out a compositional language and tonal spectrum that are his own. He insists that his paintings mean no more or no less than what they are.
“There is a delicate form of the empirical which identifies itself so intimately with its object that it thereby becomes a theory”.
Philip Allen, Jake Clark, Nelson Diplexcito, Freya Guest, Dave Leeson, Tom Rapsey
Exhibition Dates: 8 -17 May 2014
Through the lens of an artist, Brian Maguire, who has spent time in Juarez getting to know the families left behind, the film looks at the fallout and follow up to femicide and whether the families can ever find peace.
Following its debut at Turner Contemporary, Margate, UK, the RHA is delighted to present Connemara an exhibition of new and existing work by Dorothy Cross.
The Model is excited to present a major survey show by Irish contemporary artist Mark Garry from Feb to April 2014. This will be the first time that a range of works drawn from Garry’s diverse and distinctive practice will be presented in a comprehensive solo exhibition.
The Butler Gallery presents Stephen McKenna: Drawings and Watercolours 1974 - 2013.
This exhibition will be dedicated to the works on paper by Carlow based artist Stephen McKenna. Concerned with the enduring value of the time-honoured genres of the still life, the interior, the landscape and the seascape, these works on paper, mostly pencil on paper, reveal a looser body of work by this accomplished artist.
Blood Rising – Daughters of Juarez: A Story of the World on Tuesday 11 February, 13.30-16.00 in Brussels, European Parliament, ASP 3H1. The film documents the work of Brian Maguire, who spent six years working with the families of victims of femicide in Juarez, Mexico.
Kunstverein Freiburg presents a solo exhibition by Merlin James. Freestyle presents landscapes, figurative and abstract paintings from James' entire career that reveals a complex picturesque language.
Pallant House Gallery is pleased to present Sean Scully: Triptychs, a solo exhibition exploring the artist's engagement with the triptych format and featuring major works spanning the last 40 years.
ACCA presents the group exhibition Crescendo, featuring seven projects where artists have used film and music to create enclosed worlds, each exploring myth, history and human pageantry as metaphors for life. Exhibition opens Friday 20 December and runs until 2 March 2014.
Huis Marseille Museum voor Fotografie has recently acquired for its collection two large works by artist Willie Doherty – Seepage and To the Border, A Fork in the Road....
The exhibition showcasing works by Willie Doherty and other artists whose work has also recently been acquired by Huis Marseille will open on 14 December.
Dorothy Cross features in the group exhibition 3AM: Wonder, Paranoia and the Restless Night at Chapter Gallery, Cardiff.
Walker Art Center presents 9 Artists, an international, multigenerational group exhibition featuring Yael Bartana, Liam Gillick, Natascha Sadr Haghighian, Renzo Martens, Bjarne Melgaard, Nástio Mosquito, Hito Steyerl, and Danh Vo.
Brian Maguire's solo exhibition Seed Corn is not for Harvesting and other Works at Xespacio de Arte, Mexico opens Wednesday 16 October from 7 - 10 pm.
The Model, Sligo, presents Croquet, an installation work by Dorothy Cross dating from 1994 and will run until 1 December 2013.
Aleana Egan and Sam Keogh are amongst the young Irish artists to feature in the much anticipated group show In the Line of Beauty which opens at the Irish Museum of Modern Art on 12 October.
This companion exhibition to our historic trees show looks at how artists working today are still drawing inspiration from trees including Elizabeth Magill and Paul Winstanley amongst others.
Dorothy Cross' solo exhibition Connemara opens Saturday 5 October at Turner Contemporary, Margate.
A solo presentation by Siobhan Hapaska opens at Magasin 3, Stockholm, 28 September until June 2014.
UNSEEN is a major exhibition of photographic and video works by Willie Doherty which opens 27 September at the City Factory Gallery, Derry and will form part of the city's 2013 Derry-Londonderry City of Culture celebrations.
The Drawing Center, New York, presents the final stage of Sean Scully's Change and Horizontals touring exhibition, which opens 27 September, 2013.
Curated by Brett Littman and Joanna Kleinberg Romanow.
Merlin James' solo show Signal Box opens 18 September at Kunst Werke Berlin and is Merlin's first institutional show in Germany. It spans three decades of his work, representing his range of imagery, genre, technical and stylistic approaches.
Liam Gillick's solo exhibition at The Contemporary Austin will open 21 September. The exhibition consists of a multicolored, powder-coated steel platform structure installed below the villa at the border of the waterfront on Laguna Gloria's grounds (the museum's twelve acre site of semi-wild landscape), and a film taken by the artist on his visits to the grounds. The film will be exhibited at the Jones Center.
The exhibition ‘Remember Them’ brings together a group of international artists - Brian Maguire, Julián Cardona, Lise Bjørne Linnert and Teresa Margolles - to highlight the issue of femicide on the Mexico-USA border.
Dorothy Cross is amongst the UK and international artists exploring various themes related to 3 a.m. - psychological, sociological, natural and astronomical – to capture something of the strangeness of the night and the extraordinary range of emotions, states and experiences it witnesses.
The exhibition opens on Friday 27 September from 6 - 8 pm and runs until 24 November at the Bluecoat Liverpool.
Image: Seachlight (detail), 2008, as part of diptych, Giclee prints on hannemuehle photo rag paper
Dorothy Cross will be presenting her film Eyemaker at this year's ENGAGE, a bold contemporary arts festival specialising in the promotion of emerging talent, showcased side by side with more established artists.
Engage 2013 will be an innovative, contemporary arts festival which will host a diverse spectrum of events from 26 - 29 September 2013 in Bandon Cork.
From Fredensborg to Halen via Loch Ruthven - Courtyard Housing Projections, Liam Gillick's ongoing residency project with the Highland Institute for Contemporary Art, will open to the public on Sunday 1 September, 2 - 5 pm, and continue as a developing exhibition until 6 October.
Aleana Egan - Juliana Cerqueira Leite - Maria Nepomuceno - Elisabeth Wieser
Curated by Alma Zevi
By appointment only
Chesa Lendi / Marolani
Giassa da las Barrieras 15
Musee d'Art Classique de Mougins is pleased to announce Sean Scully: Doric, the fourth stage in this monumental travelling exhibition which began last year in Benaki Museum, Athens. The exhibition opens from 12 July until 29 September.
Eoin Mc Hugh has described his work as ‘focused on the psychology of imagery’, but although this may be true from a conceptual perspective, there is more to it than that. He deftly explores the space and boundaries between image, object, and idea, and yet his art is perhaps even more remarkable for its arresting sense of the uncanny.
Lewis Glucksman Gallery, presents Modern Families, a group show of Irish and international artists which explores various types of 'family' relationships through art.
Isabel Nolan is amongst the artists in this exhibtion which opens Thursday 25 July and is co-curated by Chris Clarke and Matt Packer.
Nottingham Contemporary presents Aquatopia, a major exhibition which brings together over 150 contemporary and historic artworks that explore how the deep has been imagined through time and across cultures.
The exhibition opens 20 July and is a collaboration with Tate St Ives in Cornwall, where it will be shown from October 2013 to January 2014.
A haunting film work by leading Derry-born artist Willie Doherty opens to the public in the Annex at the Irish Museum of Modern Art’s temporary off-site exhibition spaces in Earlsfort Terrace on Tuesday 21 May 2013.
Secretion, 2012, first shown to critical acclaim at dOCUMENTA 13, draws on the possibilities of lost and forgotten narratives located somewhere between recent history and a near future.
Island: New Art from Ireland is a group show featuring works by Dorothy Cross, Damien Flood, Mark Garry, Martin Healy and Niamh O'Malley at Galleria Civica di Modena, opening from 20 June - 15 September 2013.
Curator, art critic and lecturer at the Sorbonne, Sinziana Ravini is known for her “exhibition-novels.” The Black Moon is «a film-exhibition» that presents an encounter between a man and a woman visiting an exhibition. Meanings suggested by the juxtaposition of works by diverse artists are meant to suggest a narrative. Thus the story of this relationship unfolds around the works, playing with love, art and life. While one searches only for a fleeting tryst, the other aspires to finding true love. Fleeting tryst or true love: which will triumph?
A lunchtime conversation with artist Elizabeth Magill and Godfrey Worsdale, Director of the Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art.
Parasol unit foundation for contemporary art presents the work of Welsh painter Merlin James, focusing on a selection of works from his early career in the 1980s to the present. This will be the artist’s first major solo exhibition in a London institution.
Cross will discuss her work in film, sculpture, photography and other media.
The talk begins at 6 pm.
Dublin City Gallery, The Hugh Lane presents Doric, the third stage of this major touring exhibition of Doric paintings, a series of works Scully has produced since 2008.
Panchaea: In Search of an Equal Utopia & a Willing Suspension of Disbelief opens Friday 26 April at VISUAL Centre for Contemporary Art Carlow. This group exhibition presents work by Denis Roche, with Emma Finucane, Brian Maguire & people using the mental health service in Carlow - Dolmen Studios.
The summer programme at St Carthage Hall opens with a solo exhibition of works made by the late William McKeown in Lismore during the early 2000s
Siobhan Hapaska showcases a newly commissioned installation, 'The Sky has to Turn Black Before You Can See the Stars, presented by INDEX, at the Site Festival, Stroud, Gloucershire from 4 May - 12 May.
This installation was created especially for the Goods Shed in Stroud and featuring an astonishing diversity of materials and elements, which organisers say address the themes of dislocation and loss, hope and desolation, conflict and resolution.
Jaki Irvine is one of the featured artists in this artist-curated video art exhibition organised by Christopher Grimes Gallery LA and presented by Museum of Modern Art Rio - the final institution for the Super 8 show.
Dorothy Cross presents her momentous work, Whale, in the third and final stage of the touring exhibition, Galápagos, at Centro de Arte Moderna, Lisbon.
Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Moderna e Contemporanea, Rome presents the third stage of this major transcontinental tour, Sean Scully: Change and Horizontals, an intensely focused survey comprising of acrylic, ink, graphite and masking-tape drawings from 1974-75 - presented together for the first time in over 30 years.
Whitworth Art Gallery Manchester, presents a solo exhibition of new work by internationally renowned abstract artist Callum Innes. This exhibition showcases a selection of works on paper and new watercolours produced especially for the Whitworth Art Gallery.
Meadow Arts presents Time Will Tell, a series of events and an evolving exhibition in the stables, parkland and castle at Croft, showcasing works from artists who were invited to spend time at Croft throughout 2012.
In Collaboration | Bampton Lecture Series
Selected as the 38th Bampton Series speaker, artist and Visual Arts faculty Liam Gillick presents a series of four lectures examining a particular genealogy of the modern period that offers a revised understanding of the origins of contemporary art and its analysis. The series is co-presented by the Institute for Religion, Culture and Public Life.
Fotomuseum Winterthur presents Concrete - Photography and Architecture, a photographic group show which explores the relationship between architecture and photography. This exhibition, curated by Thomas Seelig, features work by Willie Doherty amonst others, and runs until 20 May.
Blood Rising, the documentary film featuring artist Brian Maguire and directed by Mark McLoughlin will be premiered at the Savoy Cinema Dublin, the closing weekend of the Jameson Dublin Film Festival on Sunday 24 February at 7:30 pm
The Henry is pleased to present a focused exhibition of works by the celebrated artist Sean Scully with a presentation of the artist’s photographic Harris and Lewis Shacks portfolio, from the museum’s permanent collection and October a large scale oil painting from the same period.
The exhibition explores whether the languages of drawing and sculpture are intertwined or simply parallel.
Willie Doherty is amonst the artists presenting work in this exhibition which looks at continuities in the way artists have framed our vision of the landscape over the last 300 years.
Bill Roberts’ “Burnout: Liam Gillick’s Post-Fordist Aesthetics” in the Journal of the Association of Art Historians
Sean Scully and Paul Winstanley are amongst the highly acclaimed artists presenting work in this exhibition, 'Window to the World' at Fondation de l'Hermitage Lausanne, Switzerland until 20 May 2013.
Merlin James will be one of the panelists in a discussion about the condition of painting in its contemporary context and whether the current plurality in painting dilutes meaning, or if it is just a case of many people doing many interesting things.
To coincide with the exploration of sub-glacial Lake Ellsworth in Antarctica this winter, Millennium Court Arts Centre presents Crystalline, an exhibition exploring the twin themes of scientific endeavour and the landscape of Antarctica.
In her exhibition "Unmade" which will be opened in the Goethe-Institut's Return Gallery on Thursday 15 November 2012 at 6pm, Isabel Nolan refers to documentary material from the Prinzhorn Collection in Heidelberg/Germany.
The Fruitmarket Gallery is pleased to present the second leg of this exhibition, which brings together work by twelve artists who have travelled to and spent time in the Galápagos archipelago through a residency programme initiated in 2007.
Liam Gillick interviewed by Tom Eccles in November’s issue of ArtReview
Since 2009 Brian Maguire has travelled on a number of occasions to Ciudad Juárez in Mexico, described as the most violent city on earth. On a journey to uncover and bring to international attention the endemic injustices and cyclical nature of the violence that occurs in this place Maguire has involved and collaborated with a number of artists, journalists and human rights activists, in an effort to uncover what it is that perpetuates this violence and strengthen the voice calling to attention the grave situation that has come to define this place.
The show features six works from the Guggenheim Bilbao Collection, the majority of which have never been exhibited before, including Liam Gillick's How are you going to behave? A kitchen cat speaks (2009) curated by Lucía Agirre
A large ethereal landscape by Elizabeth Magill is winner of the John Moores Painting Prize Visitors’ Choice 2012, sponsored by Rathbones.
Eoin Mc Hugh’s first solo exhibition in Finland is centred on an exploration of morphology. Unlike typical linguistic or botanical accounts, Mc Hugh tackles the morphology of human objects and experience; seeking to define the underlying structures and the law of form behind the everyday things which shape our lives.
Dorothy Cross is among the artists presenting work in the innovative contemporary art programme, 'Time Will Tell' at Croft Castle, Herefordshire, which is in collaboration with Meadow Arts.
Celebrated internationally for his abstract paintings, Edinburgh based artist Callum Innes works for the very first time with light, in a simple intervention which floods a dark tunnel on Calton Road with colour to reveal the magnificent architecture of the Regent Bridge above.
Notations: Sean Scully features two major works by this internationally acclaimed artist that were recently donated to the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
IVAM is pleased to present the second leg of 'Doric', a series of monumental sized paintings that the artist has produced since 2008 until now, and in addition to that a series of watercolour paintings created in Greece during the 1980s.
Conjuring for Beginnings is an exhibition that will transform the entire Project Arts Centre with three unique shows on each floor.
As part of Conjuring for Beginners the Space Upstairs will become a giant gallery filled with sculpture on an enormous scale, by one of Ireland’s most promising young artists Sam Keogh.
Liam Gillick: From 199A-199B is one of the featured exhibitions of CCS Bard's 20th anniversary year and offers a comprehensive survey of the artist’s seminal projects and installations which challenged the orthodox presentation and reception of art and its methods and practices during the 1990s.
Kerlin Gallery is pleased to announce Willie Doherty's participation in dOCUMENTA(13) with the premiere of his new video installation 'Secretion' .
The exhibition, curated by Christian Malycha, takes its impetus from the first two words of two completely contrasting sentences: “There is ...”
We all look at it as we wake up, and again as we leave our homes in the morning, throughout the day and before we go to sleep; our eyes have evolved to sense it acutely and green plants harness its energy, mostly in the blue and red regions of the spectrum, which is why they appear green: it is the light that makes life on earth possible. Yet as a subject for art it is relatively ignored. The Californian sculptor James Turrell uses it as a primary art material, building 'Sky spaces' - enclosures open to the sky to present light as solid colour. The German Romantic Landscape painter Caspar David Friedrich (1774 - 1840) notably captured the sublime qualities of the sun at dawn and dusk and of the moon at night.
The CCA Andratx is very pleased to host the Special Edition of the Art Foundation Mallorca Collection.
For the second stage of its transcontinental tour, Sean Scully: Change and Horizontals opens in Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art, UK, from March 2-July 13, 2012, then travels to Galleria nazionale d’arte moderna e contemporanea, Rome, from March 14–June 9, 2013 and The Drawing Center, New York, from September 26–November 10, 2013.