Uphold: New Collections
A group exhibition of work from Uphold — an online platform for selling and promoting the work made by artists in Northern Ireland — opens on Thursday 3rd November at 6pm in 35DP, Donegall Place, Belfast.
Thanks to Uphold for their work in organising this exhibition and providing their not-for-profit online platform for artists.
Works in New Collections address themes and issues such as displacement, belonging and nostalgia; transgression and resistance; individual and collective expressions of self; queer identity and desire; nature, the body and society through a variety of media including photography, sculpture, painting, textiles, print, ceramics, drawing, design, and installation.
Exhibiting artists, designers and collectives include: Aisling O’Beirn, Alex Synge, Array Collective, Bassam Al-Sabah, Dorothy Hunter, Emma Wolf-Haugh, Grace McMurray, Hannah Casey-Brogan, Helena Hamilton, Jan McCullough, Jennifer Mehigan, Jill Quigley, John Macormac, John Rainey, Katie Watchorn, Mark Mcgreevy, Martin Boyle, Michael Hanna, Miguel Martin, Phillip McCrilly, Rachael Campbell-Palmer, Sean Greer, Soft Fiction Projects, Susan Connolly, Susan Hughes, Tara McGinn, Thomas Wells.