I had the honour of working on some amazing exhibitions at Lismore Castle Arts in 2017, including Anthony McCall, Massimo Bartolini, Clare Langan, Michael Hanna, Luke Fowler, Gabrielle Drimalovski and The Expanded Field (with Askeaton Contemporary Arts). Some images below.
I’ve been making music on and off since 2007 under the name To Blacken the Pages. I haven’t made much in the last couple of years – scuppered by the arrival of 2 children into my life – but have been working on new material for release in 2018 over the last few months. This will most likely appear under… Read More
Some design work below, including catalogues for Lismore Castle Arts (Wilhelm Sasnal, The Persistence of Objects and A Weed is a Plant Out of Place), and various stuff for FLOOD, Rua Red and earlier. Will tip in more images every now and then.
I’ve been lucky to have curated a major exhibition by Anthony McCall at Lismore Castle Arts. The show brings together seminal early works such as ‘Line Describing a Cone’ (1973), alongside complex new works such as ‘Swell’ (2016). This is Anthony McCall’s first solo exhibition in Ireland and presents a rare opportunity to see this important and groundbreaking work. Anthony McCall… Read More
Michael John Whelan at RUA RED. 4 July – 20 August 2016. Preview Sat 2 July 3.30 pm. Curated by Paul McAree. RUA RED is delighted to present the solo exhibition Yellow Amber Grey Amber by Michael John Whelan, including a specially commissioned video work. Working predominately with video and photography, Whelan investigates the history and future of science and… Read More
‘A Weed is a Plant Out of Place’ and Enrico David’s ‘Autoparent’ both opened in Lismore Castle Arts on 2 April. A Weed is a Plant Out of Place Anna Atkins, Harry Callahan, Pierpaolo Campanini, Mat Collishaw, Dorothy Cross, Latifa Echakhch, Susan Hartnett, Michael Landy, Mateo Lopez, Maria Sibylla Merian, Adrian Paci, Luisa Rabbia, Jeanne Silverthorne, Philip Taaffe,… Read More
Carnage Visors has opened at RUA RED, Dublin. 7 MARCH – 9 APRIL 2016 NEIL CARROLL, AMANDA COOGAN, MARTIN HEALY, JUNTAE T.J. HWANG, NEVAN LAHART, AMANDA RICE, SONIA SHIEL, MARCEL VIDAL, RICHARD T. WALKER. Curated by Paul McAree. Carnage Visors Carnage Visors – a metaphor for Rose-tinted glasses – is a group show exploring the idea of making work today… Read More
Launching at Rua Red, Saturday 5 March, 3.30 pm
CARNAGE VISORS RUA RED, 7 MARCH – 9 APRIL 2016 PREVIEW SATURDAY 5 MARCH 3.30-6.30PM NEIL CARROLL, AMANDA COOGAN, MARTIN HEALY, JUNTAE T.J. HWANG, NEVAN LAHART, AMANDA RICE, SONIA SHIEL, MARCEL VIDAL, RICHARD T. WALKER Carnage Visors – a metaphor for Rose-tinted glasses – is a group show exploring the idea of making work today and the autonomy of an… Read More
‘9 Dumb Acts at the location of the Irish Glass Bottle site in Dublin Docklands’ the artist wears a Dunce’s hat, and enacts a series of lame, ‘dumb’ poses on the site of the Dublin Docklands bottle recycling plant. The 9 photographs represent 9 acts possible on one roll of medium format film, and the grid-like display references the legacy… Read More