From Friday the 3rd of March I will be exhibiting work as part of Post-Picturesque: Photographing Ireland at the Perlman Teaching Museum at Carleton College in Minnesota. The exhibition is curated by Laurel Bradley and Gary Coyle, Martin Cregg, David Farrell, Paul Gaffney, Anthony Haughey, Miriam O’Connor, Anna Rackard and Ruby Wallis will be showing work also. Image by Anthony Haughey.
Images from Rural Fluorescent will be included in an exhibition of Irish artists opening tomorrow in Dublin entitled Young III - A New Generation. The exhibition will run from 16th February to 25th March, in SO Fine Art Editions gallery, 10 South Anne Street, Dublin 2.
Many thanks to SO for including my work. More details of the exhibition can be found on their website.
I will be speaking today in Belfast Exposed gallery as part of their artist talks to coincide with the group exhibition, Interactions. The talks take place today, 2nd of February, from 2pm to 4pm, in Belfast Exposed, and will include artists Peter Evers, Jan McCullough, Ruby Wallis and myself speaking about our work, and curator of Seen Fifteen gallery, Vivienne Gamble discussing the partnership between her gallery and the Belfast Exposed Futures programme.
A group exhibition of artists who have taken part in the Belfast Exposed Futures series opens this evening in the Belfast Exposed gallery. The opening is at 7pm, Thursday, 12th of January.
It will include work from my Rural Fluorescent project, as well as work from Ciarán Óg Arnold, Peter Evers, Alberto Maserin, Aisling McCoy, Jan McCullough, Yvette Monahan, Joanne Mullin, Andrew Rankin and Ruby Wallis.
See the Belfast Exposed exhibition page for further details.
Very pleased to be involved in this collaborative project organised by The Forgotten Collective and Belfast Photo Factory opening in Café Milk in Glasgow this evening. Details of the event here.
Installation shots of my work in the Sentimental Ballads group show in the fascinating Casa Esperança in Braga, Portugal, which was part of the Encontros da Imagem photo festival.
OAI13 displays photographs from Rural Fluorescent in it’s Portfolio section.
An exhibition of images from my Cottages of Quigley’s Point project will open tomorrow (6th of October) at 6pm in The Library Project, 4 Temple Bar, Dublin 2, alongside Jan McCullough’s Home Instruction Manual.
Details on the Facebook event page.
The exhibition is part of a series of exhibitions taking place over 2016 & 2017 called New Irish Works, curated by PhotoIreland. It will run until the 23rd of October, and is accompanied by a publication of each participating project.
Selected by an international panel of 23 professionals, New Irish Works brings you a selection of 20 projects and 20 photographers representing the diverse range of practices coming from Ireland. New Irish Works 2016 is a year long project of 10 presentations and 20 publications that aims to highlight the great moment Irish Photography is experiencing.
The artists selected are Ailbhe Ní Bhriain, Aisling McCoy, Caitriona Dunnett, Dara McGrath, Daragh Soden, David Thomas Smith, Eanna de Freine, Emer Gillespie, Enda Bowe, Jan McCullough, Jill Quigley, Kate Nolan, Mandy O’Neill, Matthew Thompson, Miriam O’Connor, Noel Bowler, Robert McCormack, Roseanne Lynch, Shane Lynam, and Yvette Monahan.
Every month from July 2016 to July 2017, a special presentation will be hosted at The Library Project for two of the selected artists at a time. The presentation will include a display and a publication for each artist’s project. The two artists that will be presented during PhotoIreland Festival 2016 are Daragh Soden and Mandy O’Neill.
As part of the project, PhotoIreland will bring New Irish Works abroad at key events like PhotoEspaña, with the support of the Embassy of Ireland in Madrid, and to Paris during Paris Photo, with the support of the Centre Culturel Irlandais and Culture Ireland.
Find out more: newirishworks.com