Passerelle Centre d'art contemporain presents the first solo exhibition by Sean Scully in Brittany.
Passerelle Centre d'art contemporain presents the first solo exhibition by Sean Scully in Brittany.
Work by Dorothy Cross will be included in Reimag(in)ing the Victorians, an exhibition curated by art historian Isobel Elstob at Djangoly Gallery, Nottingham.
On Culture Night, Kerlin Gallery will host a pop-up bookshop filled with monographs, exhibition catalogues and postcard sets from gallery artists.
Gerard Byrne's sculpture Construction V (based on Giacometti), 2006, is included in Le temps de Giacometti (1946–1966) at Les Abattoirs, Toulouse.
Liliane Tomasko has three large paintings in the exhibition Austria-Germany Painting 1970 to 2020 at Vienna's Albertina Modern.
Phillip Allen and Mark Francis both have work in this exhibition pairing artists based in London with their counterparts in Los Angeles.
This exhibition is intended to be both a small survey of, and an introduction to, some of the themes and images that have remained consistent in Merlin James’s practice from the 1980s until the present, tracing how these recur and transform.
Dorothy Cross will discuss her ongoing project KINSHIP, the return of a mummified body to Egypt, at Clifden Arts Festival on 16 September. The event will take place at the Station House Theatre at 3pm.
Works by Dorothy Cross, Ailbhe Ní Bhriain, and Isabel Nolan are included in Following Threads, an exhibition of textile-based work at Crawford Art Gallery, Cork.
Dorothy Cross's iconic 1993 sculpture Udder Chair will be included in RHA West, an exhibition celebrating the 200th anniversary of the RHA.
On 31 August, Sam Keogh will stage a performance in his ongoing exhibition at Primary, Nottingham, The Unicorn is Killed and Brought to the Castle Cartoon.
Brian Maguire is included in Converge 45, a biennial exhibition in Portland, Oregan presented by guest curator Christian Viveros-Fauné.
Three-person exhibition by Andy Fitz, Lucy Andrews and Katie Watchorn
This exhibition of new sculpture and painting by Irish artist Guggi explores the complexities of the human experience and the artist’s personal memories through interpretations of the humble vessel.
Brian Maguire will discuss his ongoing solo exhibition law of the land with the artist and professor Jeremy Welsh.
Andy Fitz and Dorothy Cross are both included in The Art of Sport at Butler Gallery, Kilkenny. Curated by Anna O'Sullivan.
Works by Willie Doherty and Paul Seawright are included in Landscape Trauma, Centre for British Photography, London.
Liam Gillick will take part in Vilnius Biennial of Performance Art (VB23), a new and ongoing international event dedicated to contemporary performance art.
Brian Maguire is part of a three-person exhibition alongside James Concagh and Robert Chase Heishman, Then I laid the floor.
A solo exhibition by Sam Keogh will relaunch the programme of Primary, Nottingham.
To celebrate the artist’s donation of Arles Nacht Vincent (2015) to the Centre National des Arts Plastiques for permanent inclusion in the Collection Lambert, the Avignon-based institution is presenting a series of four paintings on canvas, from July 1 to October 15.
Marcel Vidal is featured in MAKING ART: Sculpting, an exhibition exploring expanded notions of sculpture from four mid-career Dublin-based artists.
Andy Fitz presents their first institutional solo show in Germany.
Solo exhibition by Brian Maguire, presenting two bodies of work made in the US: Missing and Murdered Indigenous People (M&MIP), and The Remains, Arizona.
The Unicorn Surrenders To A Maiden Cartoon is a solo exhibition by Sam Keogh presenting an installation of large-scale figurative collage.
Nathalie Du Pasquier’s solo exhibition paintings of things. paintings as objects opens at Kunsthal Aarhus on 9 June.
Join us in Kerlin Gallery at 5pm on Thursday 1 June for the launch of a new publication by Merlin James, and an edition by Victoria Morton.
The event will be followed by an opening reception for the artists’ two-person exhibition, Double Shuffle.
In conjunction with their collaborative exhibition at Void, Derry, Jaki Irvine & Locky Morris present Re_sett_ing_s_Knots as a billboard display located at Strand Road & Garden City, Derry.
Dorothy Cross, Richard Gorman and Marcel Vidal all have work in the 193rd RHA Annual Exhibition.
Samuel Laurence Cunnane and Ailbhe Ní Bhriain are both included in THIS RURAL, curated by Miriam O’Connor & Paul McAree.
Ailbhe Ní Bhriain was interviewed by John Kelly on RTÉ One’s culture series The Works Presents.
Liam Gillick is interviewed about his current exhibition Filtered Time at the Pergamonmuseum in Berlin for the May issue of e-flux.
Jan Pleitner has a solo exhibition at Kunsthalle Emden, Germany, which includes an ambitious new large-scale painting in the atrium, and as well as a tent roof outside the museum.
A new site-specific and collaborative artwork by Liam Gillick and Hito Steyerl in the village of Roddino, Italy.
Brian Maguire has two paintings included in Bodywork, an exhibition highlighting the crucial relationships between contemporary art practice and the body.
Nathalie Du Pasquier is interviewed by The Financial Times ahead of her solo exhibition at Pace, London.
Elizabeth Magill is included in a new survey exhibition rethinking the ways in which artists approach landscape painting.
Sean Scully will take over the grounds, galleries and historic interiors of Houghton Hall in Norfolk, presenting sculpture, painting and works on paper.
Sean Scully has unveiled a major new public sculpture in Hanover Square, London.
We are delighted to announce the publication of a landmark new book by Merlin James.
Isabel Nolan is interviewed by Martin Herbert for the April issue of ArtReview.
Kerlin Gallery is pleased to announce Repeating Song, an exhibition of new work by Aleana Egan.
Liliane Tomasko is interviewed by Phong H. Bui for the cover story of The Brooklyn Rail April 2023.
The premiere performance of Jaki Irvine's Re_sett_ing_s (for live mixed chamber ensemble and live video/VJ) will take place as part of Dublin Sound Lab, a showcase as part of Music Current Festival 2023.
Work by Ailbhe Ní Bhriain is included in Hollow Earth: Art, Caves and The Subterranean Imaginary, a major thematic exhibition which brings together a wide range of responses to the image and idea of the cave.
A trans-historical, site-specific presentation by Liam Gillick throughout the halls of the Pergamonmuseum.
Liliane Tomasko will appear in conversation with Diana Copperwhite as part of Highlanes Gallery's ongoing 'Painter to Painter' series of talks.
Brian Maguire was interviewed by John Burns for a full-page feature in The Irish Times.
Hannah Fitz's exhibition at Kerlin Gallery has been reviewed by Frank Wasser for Frieze Magazine.
Château La Coste is delighted to announce a solo exhibition ‘499 seconds’ by the multi-disciplinary Irish artist, Isabel Nolan, to include paintings, sculpture and a large new tapestry.
The Hugh Lane Gallery, Dublin presents Living through paint(ing), Richard Gorman’s first museum solo show in his hometown.
Jaki Irvine & Locky Morris, Re_sett_ing_s is a collaborative two-person exhibition at Void Gallery, Derry.
Kerlin Gallery is pleased to announce The Clock Winds Down, an exhibition of new paintings by Brian Maguire.
Trickster Figures presents the next chapter in the story of British sculpture, bringing together a selection of work by eleven contemporary artists.
Name Me Not, a solo exhibition of recent paintings by Liliane Tomasko, will open in February at El Centro de Arte Contemporáneo de Burgos, Burgos, Spain.
Kinship is the act of returning a mummified body of a man to Egypt. It follows in a line of large-scale projects created by Dorothy Cross over the past three decades.
Artists: Dorje de Burgh, Samuel Laurence Cunnane, Aleana Egan, Louise Hopkins, Seda Mimaroğlu, Cecilia Szalkowicz
Kerlin Gallery is pleased to announce Lookieloo, an exhibition of new work by Hannah Fitz.
Artists: Chen Wenji, Chen Yufan, Ding Yi, Huang Yuanqing, Liang Quan, Tan Ping, Wang Yi and Zhou Li. Curated by Cui Cancan.
Titled 'Urban Cosmologies', the 9th Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism/Architecture explores ways in which cities can achieve regenerative and balanced development.
Patrick Murphy, Director of the RHA, and artists Merlin James and Isabel Nolan will come together to share memories and insights into the enduringly fascinating artist Stephen McKenna, paying tribute to his long and illustrious career.
Kerlin Gallery will take part in 2022's edition of Art Basel Miami Beach.
Kerlin Gallery is delighted to present an exhibition of rarely-seen early works by Stephen McKenna. Painted in the 1960s, when the artist was in his 20s and living in London, the works in this exhibition result from a decade of remarkable creative freedom.
Solo exhibition comprising paintings, drawings and objects, reflecting Nolan’s ongoing interest in modes of human organisation, the shifting status of artefacts and images over long periods of time.
Large-scale retrospective presenting sixty-four of Sean Scully’s seminal artworks – canvases, works on paper, photographs, and sculptures – showing a cross-section of the past 50 years of the artist’s work.
Group project with Beth Collar, Peli Grietzer, Sam Keogh, Yves Mettler, Sunny Puder, Theodore Cale Schafer, Oli Surel and Titre Provisoire. Curated by Oli Surel.
New installation in Pinacoteca Agnelli’s Lingotto building, a former car factory in Turin.
Two-person exhibition by Jaki Irvine and Locky Morris.
Join Willie Doherty on a walkthrough of his current exhibition IS AND IS NOT with Declan Long, critic, lecturer and author of Ghost-haunted land: Contemporary art and Post-Troubles Northern Ireland. An open, conversational format reflecting on this new series of black and white photographs and the broader concerns of Doherty’s practice.
This major touring exhibition challenges the male-dominated narratives of post-war British sculpture by presenting a diverse and significant range of ambitious work by women.
Liam Gillick’s A Variability Quantifier (The Fogo Island Red Weather Station), 2022 is an artwork intended to function as an operational weather station for Fogo Island. It gathers local weather data and is a place for education, reflection, and discussion.
Willie Doherty presents a new solo exhibition of black and white photography at Kerlin Gallery.
On Culture Night, Kerlin Gallery launches a Booksale Bonanza—turning the gallery into a pop-up bookshop for two consecutive days.
Solo exhibition of later paintings by Stephen McKenna.
Ruby City's Tangible/Nothing is a new installation of its permanent collection galleries, featuring approximately 40 works by national and international artists including Dorothy Cross.
Sean Scully is creating large-scale, site-specific sculptures specifically for the museum in his first ever Danish solo show.
Bones in the Attic is an inter-generational exhibition comprising the work of eleven Irish artists, each exploring recurring and ongoing societal issues affecting women.
Group exhibition by Aleana Egan, Fergus Feehily, Martin Healy and Caoimhe Kilfeather.
Work by Dorothy Cross is included in PAC Milano’s exhibition PERFORMING PAC: Take me to the place I love.
Work by Kathy Prendergast is included in Earth: Digging Deep in British Art 1781-2022, a major exhibition spanning four centuries of artwork.
Works by Gerard Byrne, Willie Doherty & Paul Seawright are included in PhotoIreland 2022, the biggest ever edition of the annual photography exhibition.
For this solo exhibition, Liliane Tomasko presents two new large, frieze-like wall paintings, S P E L L and W O O D, made specifically for the unique space of Highlanes, together with a series of new smaller oil-based works on paper, a floor work entitled Magic Carpet, made of wool and fabric, from 2016, and two large works on linen from 2016 and 2018.
Large-scale retrospective of works by Sean Scully.
Opening on Bloomsday, renowned artist Guggi celebrates CCI’s 20th birthday with a retrospective of works spanning three decades.
L'eau et Le Rêve, or Water and Dreams, is a solo exhibition of paintings by Zhou Li.
For the inaugural Ostfriesland Biennale in Northwest Germany, Jan Pleitner presents an exhibition of nine paintings along with sculptural elements (or ‘stones’) in various sizes in a medieval church, Ludgerikirche Norden.
Review of Sean Scully's retrospective at the Philadelphia Museum of Art by Philip Kennicott for The Washington Post.
Sean Scully retrospective and first exhibition in Poland.
Solo project by Zhou Li, responding to Tao Yuanming's The Peach Blossom Spring from the Eastern Jin Dynasty.
New work by Marcel Vidal is included in GENERATION2022: New Irish Painting.
The Shape of Ideas is a solo exhibition by Sean Scully at Philadelphia Museum of Art.
Co-curated by guest curator Liam Gillick.
Sean Scully solo exhibition at Langen Foundation, Neuss.
Jan Pleitner’s new publication gives an overview of the artist’s career to date, bringing together 15 years of artworks and exhibitions.
Group exhibition marking the centenary of Bozar, Brussels.
Edward Hopper House Museum & Study Center announces a new exhibition ‘Evening Wind’ by contemporary painter Liliane Tomasko.
A Max De Vos is a novel by Liam Gillick.
Work by Kathy Prendergast will be included in Breaking the Mould: Sculpture by Women since 1945, a touring exhibition starting at The Box and The Levinsky Gallery at the University of Plymouth.
Mark Francis’s first solo exhibition in an Italian public museum, Re-Echo presents 15 works made between 2021 and 2022.
Brian Maguire solo exhibition at Missoula Art Museum, Montana.
Château La Coste presents an exhibition of works paintings by William McKeown, curated by Jonathan Anderson and featuring a work by Kazunori Hamana.
Mark Francis’s new monograph collects over a decade of work by the internationally acclaimed artist.
Crossing is a visual retrospective spanning over 35 years of work by artist Dorothy Cross, published by Dürer Editions.
Elizabeth Magill's Overhead III is included in Bringing to Light at Towner Eastbourne, curated by artist and guest curator Jananne Al-Ani.
Paul Winstanley at Whitechapel Gallery, 'A Century of the Artist’s Studio: 1920 – 2020'.
Aleana Egan presents a solo exhibition of new sculpture and painting at VOID, Derry.
Brian Maguire and Isabel Nolan at Crawford Art Gallery, 'Odysseys', curated by Flicka Small and Michael Waldron.
Merlin James at The Philadelphia Art Alliance at University of the Arts.
Curated by artist Isabel Nolan for aemi and coinciding with ‘Spaced Out’, Nolan’s exhibition of new rugs and paintings at Kerlin Gallery, ‘So, what did you do today?’ is a programme of short films that illuminates aspects of Nolan’s work in drawing, sculpture, tapestry and the moving image.
Sam Keogh's 'The Island' (2021) included in Rethinking Nature, curated by Kathryn Weir with associate curator Ilaria Conti at Museo Madre, Naples.
Almost ten years after Doric, the exhibition that introduced the art of Sean Scully to Greece, the Benaki Museum presents a major retrospective of the eminent artist’s work, Passenger.
Sean Scully and Liliane Tomasko are included in 'Andy Warhol to Cecily Brown from the Collections of the Albertina Museum'.
One of Ireland’s most highly regarded artists working in video installation, photography, music composition and writing, this aemi screening presentation draws attention to an early phase of Irvine’s career when she was making single channel work on analogue film. Introductory text by Gwen Burlington.
We are pleased to announce Elizabeth Magill's participation in the 2021 TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art Auction at The Rachofsky House, Dallas.
Aleana Egan presents new site-specific work for group exhibition 'Feeling of Knowing' at The Complex, Dublin.
Belfast Exposed presents a solo photographic exhibition ‘Beasts of Burden’ which showcases new photographic works by Paul Seawright taken in Rwanda. This insightful exhibition will be showcased as part of the Belfast International Arts Festival 2021.
Dorothy Cross and Aleana Egan feature work in 'The Museum of Ancient History', a site-responsive exhibition that places artworks by six contemporary artists in dialogue with a collection of ancient artefacts from the Classical world.
Marcel Vidal's DEFENDER (2021) included in group exhibition 'Wayward Eye' at Temple Bar Gallery + Studios.
Isabel Nolan speaks with Dónal Dineen for Episode Three of 'We Are The Makers', with particular emphasis on the making of her latest exhibition, A Delicate Bond Which is Also a Gap, at Solstice Arts Centre in Navan.
Running across the basement galleries of the Goldsmiths CCA, Sam Keogh presents a performance, installation of ceramic sculptures and collaged paintings on paper, that draw on pre-modern motifs and myths of abundance.
'Remains', a major museum show of the 'Arizona' paintings and other recent works opens at Crawford Art Gallery, Cork. The exhibition is accompanied by a new publication.
Sam Keogh presents a new performance and work for the group show ‘Trouble In Outer Heaven: Portable Ops Plus’, which focuses on the influence and fan cultures of ‘Metal Gear Solid’, one of the most popular video game franchises of all time.
Elizabeth Magill presents 'Outlying (2)' as part of the group exhibition 'Unsettling Landscapes: The Art of the Eerie' at St. Barbe Museum + Art Gallery.
Merlin James will have a dedicated room of paintings in the survey of contemporary painting, ‘Mixing It Up: Painting Today' at the Hayward Gallery, London.
'Morpheus' brings together recent work by Liliane Tomasko at the Kunstmuseum Kloster Unser Lieben Frauen Magdeburg, Germany.
From The Real: Liliane Tomasko and Sean Scully is an exhibition of two painting shows in one, presenting the artists' work side by side at Newlands House Gallery, Petworth, England.
Solstice Arts Centre open a significant exhibition of work by Isabel Nolan. ‘A delicate bond which is also a gap’ ranges across a vast span of time beginning with woven images of the 40,000 year old sculpture “Löwenmensch” and concluding with an ambitious, specially commissioned tapestry depicting the disintegration of the sun. The exhibition includes new textile work, sculptures, drawings, painting and text.
Sean Scully: The Shape of Ideas, organized by the Philadelphia Museum of Art, features the artist’s most significant works and examines his contribution to the development of abstraction over a span of nearly five decades.
Willie Doherty, Where comes from Fondazione Modena Arti Visive to Ulster Museum supported by the British Council, as part of the “Being Present” UK/Italy Season 2020. The exhibition offers an overview of Doherty’s career through photographic and video works focused on the theme of borders, from the works of the 90s to a new video installation commissioned for the occasion. The exhibition is curated by Daniele De Luigi and Anne Stewart.
ro’ ro’ is new work by Jaki Irvine and a companion piece to an immersive 13-channel video and sound work, Ack Ro’, showing concurrently at Frith Street Gallery, London.
Sean Scully's 'Eleuthera' series shown for the first time in Ireland at the Royal Hibernian Academy, Dublin.
Aleana Egan presents 'small field', a solo exhibition at Künstlerhaus, Bremen.