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  • Title: Cross Gallery Dublin, Irish Art Gallery, Modern Art Gallery, Art Consultant, Artist Agent, Art Dealer Ireland, Nicholas Gore Grimes
    Descriptive info: back.. Title.. Around The Park.. |.. Size.. Request Price..

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  • Title: Cross Gallery Dublin, Irish Art Gallery, Modern Art Gallery, Art Consultant, Artist Agent, Art Dealer Ireland, Nicholas Gore Grimes
    Descriptive info: White Fields.. Oil stick on board.. 111cm x 183cm..

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  • Title: Cross Gallery Dublin, Irish Art Gallery, Modern Art Gallery, Art Consultant, Artist Agent, Art Dealer Ireland, Nicholas Gore Grimes
    Descriptive info: Nonument 52º 23’ 36”N 13º 31’ 09”W.. Nonument 53º 28’ 37”N 2º 14’ 26”W.. Nonuments Mountain 2.. Nonument Mountain No 4.. Nonument 47º 22’ 04”N 8º 32’ 42”E.. Nonument 52º 54’ 26”N 6º 51’ 07”W.. Nonument 52º 24’ 49”N 6º 56’ 29”W.. Nonument 53º 41’ 30”N 8º 26’ 26”W.. Nonument 52º 14’ 23”N 6º 49’ 24”W.. Artist Name.. Mary Ruth Walsh.. Exhibition Title.. Nonuments to a New International.. Exhibition Dates.. 29/05/2012.. -.. 30/06/2012.. Press Release.. Nonuments to a New International.. by Mary-Ruth Walsh.. Preview Thursday June 7, 2012.. Exhibition continues until June 30, 2012.. Mary-Ruth Walsh uses drawings, painting, sculpture and video to explore the masts, dishes, drums and satellites or the ‘hardware’ of the Internet in this show Nonuments to a New International.. These communication structures are often located in lonely places on remote hills or quiet urban rooftops.. They are strangely silent, devoid of human life yet they are the conduits of global communication.. While the sites are silent they are in constant  ...   intention of invisibility can make these dumb sentries more visible.. The white sculptural landscapes are made from chance castings from domestic refuse.. The structures on the landscapes like the communication spheres are made from roll-on deodorants; others structures are from casts of discarded packaging.. Their satellite-view offers us an aestheticised landscape where realism and gritty detail is eschewed through distance.. These landscapes read like Google maps, cleaned-up and sanitised.. The global communication of the Internet appears like a utopian democracy, apparently disregarding borders or boundaries.. Its message is non-discriminatory to ethnicity, gender or class, simultaneously operating at local levels and across continents.. Along with this connectivity comes a monitoring system tracking every person via his/her mobile phone, computer and bankcard.. Exact locations, calls and texts, what is bought and where one eats are all recorded, becoming a conceptual web of connectivity on a global scale.. This mundane information appears irrelevant on a personal scale until it’s calculated on a national and international scale for commercial gain..

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  • Title: Cross Gallery Dublin, Irish Art Gallery, Modern Art Gallery, Art Consultant, Artist Agent, Art Dealer Ireland, Nicholas Gore Grimes
    Descriptive info: Interior with Pictures.. Square.. Palace 2.. Hotel.. Bridge.. Nocturne.. Information.. Cards.. House.. Graham Chorlton.. Parks, Hotels & Palaces.. 30/04/2012.. 26/05/2012.. Parks, Hotels and Palaces.. by Graham Chorlton.. Preview Thursday May 3.. 2012.. Exhibition continues until May 26.. The phrase 'Parks, Hotels and Palaces' is from the 1970s song 'Europe Endless' by Kraftwerk, a song which, in its lyrics and musical rhythm attempts to evoke a sense of passing through a Europe of familiar and unfamiliar places; the passage of time.. The works in this exhibition continue Graham Chorlton's concern with place and time.. The paintings conduct the viewer through an urban landscape made up from public places ( town squares and parks),  ...   from direct observation (via the camera), others from second hand sources such as postcards, books on interior design and films.. These latter sources are from the 50s and 60s, and evoke both an idealised romanticism and the mysterious sense of presence or absence created by the manipulated photography of the past.. Images may look familiar yet unknown at the same time.. The painting process conjures images out of washes of paint, creating scenes which are only just there, fragile and yet permanent.. The sense of embedded time, of the past in the present, is important to Graham's work.. It is the enduring nature of place and its capacity to embody experience and memory..

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  • Title: Cross Gallery Dublin, Irish Art Gallery, Modern Art Gallery, Art Consultant, Artist Agent, Art Dealer Ireland, Nicholas Gore Grimes
    Descriptive info: Green 2552 - Gareth Jenkins.. Red 2499 - Gareth Jenkins.. Rules of Engagement, 2012 - Amy Stephens.. The Tenant, 2012 - Amy Stephens.. Out of the Fold, 2012 - Amy Stephens.. Magenta 757 - Gareth Jenkins.. Suspended Whisper, 2012 - Amy Stephens.. Lines of Behaviour.. 27/03/2012.. 28/04/2012.. Lines of Behaviour.. Featuring the work of:.. Gareth Jenkins and Amy Stephens.. Preview Thursday March 29, Exhibition continues until April 28, 2012.. What is in a line? The recent work of Gareth Jenkins is concerned with the reduction of concept in his paintings.. In the past the work was developed from urban culture, man made structures, the walls and spaces that went into the make up of the architectonic environment.. Perhaps to the viewer they still echo these concepts but to the artist it is less about where it came from and more about what it is and how it is.. For Gareth the title of the exhibition 'Lines of Behaviour', demonstrates how line in its simplest form can be used to convey a sense of the object while asserting spatial structure within a non-figurative format.. From this perspective he has tried to  ...   also impossible not to reflect on colour field theory when considering the volume of space and line with its inherent historical links to modernism and more recently its post modernist ideals.. In Lines of Behaviour London based artist Amy Stephens presents a body of new work made predominantly of wood, metal and flock fabric.. A series of lively freestanding and hanging configurations punctuate the exhibition space.. There is a bold tactility to the work, transforming wooden surfaces into abstract lines that connect artificial and naturally occurring substances.. Layers of juxtaposed materials are carefully placed to form mini hybrid objects.. Following her exhibition 'This Urban Silence' late last year, as part of the residency at the Irish Museum of Modern Art, Stephens offers the viewer a sensuous tactility hovering between abstraction and a subtle form of figuration.. Architectonic in form and often at human height, the objects reference Minimal Art and Russian Constructivism, with some of the work in this exhibition constructed specifically to the surrounding architecture of the Cross Gallery.. There is a reconciliation of organic and artificial forces, ultimately revealing the contradictions and overlaps between nature and the manufactured..

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  • Title: Cross Gallery Dublin, Irish Art Gallery, Modern Art Gallery, Art Consultant, Artist Agent, Art Dealer Ireland, Nicholas Gore Grimes
    Descriptive info: Winter Silhouette (Cara Thorpe).. Dominant Structure (Cara Thorpe).. The Outpost (Cara Thorpe).. Weave (Eoin O'Connor).. The Stage (Eoin O'Connor).. The Navigator (Eoin O'Connor).. The Draw (Eoin O'Connor).. Maypole (Eoin O'Connor).. Homecoming (Eoin O'Connor).. Frontier (Eoin O'Connor).. Dwelling (Eoin O'Connor).. Crop (Eoin O'Connor).. The Soldier's Dog (Gabhann Dunne).. The Wolf's Wood (Gabhann Dunne).. Gabhann Dunne, Eoin O'Connor & Cara Thorpe.. 21/02/2012.. 24/03/2012.. ‘only shapes in Stalker's landscape’.. featuring the work of:.. Gabhann Dunne, Eoin O'Connor & Cara Thorpe.. Preview Thursday March 1, 6pm-8pm.. Exhibition continues until March 24, 2012.. "Things separate from their stories have no meaning.. They are only shapes.. ” (Taken from “The Crossing” by Cormac MacCarthy, Picador, 1994).. Exploring the tradition of the romantic landscape Gabhann Dunne considers marginalisation as it occurs in the animal world and it’s reflection on humanity.. Gabhann looks at displacement and the journey towards by reinventing found imagery to complement his imagined narratives.. Influenced by Cormac McCarthy's 'The Crossing' in which the  ...   O’Connor has referenced photographs from the American National Archive taken in the early 1900’s by unknown or anonymous photographers.. These images serve as a navigation point exploring notions of the forgotten and the erased, exemplified by the loose and pared back application of paint.. Not intended to solely be a representation of the geographical aspects of an area, the paintings are an aspirational and nostalgic backdrop to a quiet and plaintive hinterland.. In this series of paintings by Cara Thorpe, she continues to explore the work through the use of textures, mark-making, and overlaying of printed images.. The process is one of repetitively layered and scraped away surfaces against which shadows, silhouettes and flat areas of colour are preserved and allow a residual presence.. Many of the environments are solitary places that seem to rest on the threshold of memory, occupied by shadows of people passing through, wandering or lost.. Places half imagined yet strangely familiar, of another world..

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  • Title: Cross Gallery Dublin, Irish Art Gallery, Modern Art Gallery, Art Consultant, Artist Agent, Art Dealer Ireland, Nicholas Gore Grimes
    Descriptive info: Group Show.. 05/12/2011.. 28/02/2012.. An exhibition by gallery artists will be on show at the gallery until the end of February.. Artists include:.. John Boyd.. Cristina Bunello.. Claire Carpenter.. Graham Chorlton.. Andrew Clancy.. Michael Coleman.. Jack Donovan.. David Eager Maher.. Simon English.. Gareth Jenkins.. David King.. Anthony Lyttle.. Kohei Nakata.. Eoin O'Connor.. Clea van der Grijn.. Michael Wann..

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  • Title: Cross Gallery Dublin, Irish Art Gallery, Modern Art Gallery, Art Consultant, Artist Agent, Art Dealer Ireland, Nicholas Gore Grimes
    Descriptive info: Crossing.. Stitch.. Secondary Falling Through.. Float.. Merge.. Link.. Veil.. Remain.. Diamond Light.. Anthony Lyttle.. The white mark.. 08/11/2011.. 06/12/2011.. The White Mark.. by.. Preview Thursday 10th November.. Exhibition continues until Saturday 3rd December 2011.. Anthony Lyttle is interested in exploring secondary images, 'in-between' images and transitional states.. The drawings predominantly concentrate on movement through recurring marks and patterns where there is no single point of focus, and which aims to draw the viewer into an immersed space.. The time consuming physical process marking the paper is an important part in the making of this work.. The repetition of  ...   drawings evolve, an investigation into the random openings and closures sometimes happens, and begin to form a shadow image.. The shadow assumes a visual influence of the picture plane, and the resulting play of balance between dominant / recessive.. Obscuring and camouflaging becomes the preoccupation in building a density of marks on the surface of the delicate paper.. There is association with water and light, and also with indigenous textiles, which is an increasing influence, and is echoed by the production of the drawing and the making of the pieces.. For more information please contact Mark St.. John Ellis..

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  • Title: Cross Gallery Dublin, Irish Art Gallery, Modern Art Gallery, Art Consultant, Artist Agent, Art Dealer Ireland, Nicholas Gore Grimes
    Descriptive info: Manifold: Blue-Orange (Gareth Jenkins).. Manifold: Green-Magenta (Gareth Jenkins).. Manifold: Red-Grey (Gareth Jenkins).. Manifold: Yellow-Blue (Gareth Jenkins).. Triptych (Claire Kerr).. Between beige & pearl pink (Kohei Nakata).. Between turquoise & gold (Kohei Nakata).. Between ultramarine & dark grey on black.. New Forms of Beauty.. 04/10/2011.. 05/11/2011.. New Forms of Beauty featuring the work of:.. Gareth Jenkins, Claire Kerr, Kohei Nakata, Pertiwi.. Preview Thursday 6 October 2011.. Exhibition continues until 29 October 2011.. "It is not without some irony that the notion of beauty in art today stands on trial, in need of defence.. For in a culture that would by most estimates seem utterly infatuated with appearance and image — the more impeccably beautiful, the more narcissistically satisfying — one might expect to find works of art aspiring to this consummate value being held in the highest regard by critics, gallerists, and others on whose authority public opinion depends.. Instead, what we find more often than not is a lofty disdain for ‘mere beauty’ in the arts, as if the degree of beauty in a work of art were a measure of its irrelevance, its naiveté, and its anachronicity.. Indeed, even raising the subject of beauty with regard to art often feels embarrassingly retrograde, as if it were a frivolous and indulgent concern, not worthy of a serious artist's interest.. " *.. 'New Forms of Beauty' is an exhibition of work by artists who have different intellectual approaches to their work but who share a similar sense of aesthetic.. The concept of aesthetic over intellect is the unifying element among  ...   to produce a concentration of meaning that fills / inhabits the space around it (both physical and mental), the dimensions enabling and demanding a close one-to-one dialogue with the viewer.. For 'New Forms of Beauty' Pertiwi is working with various materials - gesso, plaster, sugar, elastic, and a pair of butterflies that fell to their death in unity on to the doormat.. It is a curious combination which looks at beauty as a creative motive and how it touches us.. The intention is to embrace beauty, the aesthetics and feelings within the work….. not representing anything, though by it’s very nature it will speak to the senses.. "With a sense of wonder beauty speaks to our feelings, opening to the deep patterns of life that inform and delight us.. As it is always in the eye of the beholder, it is within all, within everything.. ".. The paintings of Kohei Nakata seem at first glance an exercise of beauty in minimalism but they demonstrate through the application of paint how the process can change the viewer’s perception of that painting.. He creates by a process of repetitive layering of semi-transparent colour.. By this method a delicate surface is produced and because of slight errors that occur in the application and mixing of colour, a subtle impression is given which changes depending on the light and how it is viewed.. These paintings are engaging in two subjects that interest the artist, change and the mental approach of the observer.. * From the essay 'In Defence of Beauty' by Taney Ronige..

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  • Title: Cross Gallery Dublin, Irish Art Gallery, Modern Art Gallery, Art Consultant, Artist Agent, Art Dealer Ireland, Nicholas Gore Grimes
    Descriptive info: Rest (Tom O'Dea).. Lacuna (Tom O'Dea).. Installation shot.. Untitled [cg1] - Roseanne Lynch.. Nonument: White Mountain 1 (Mary Ruth Walsh).. Airport for Shadows.. 07/09/2011.. 01/10/2011.. Airports for Shadows.. Felicity Clear.. Susan Connolly.. Roseanne Lynch.. Tom O'Dea.. Pertiwi.. Karen Trusselle.. Curated by Mark St.. John Ellis.. Dublin Contemporary 2011.. Preview Friday 9 September 2011.. Exhibition continues until 1 October 2011.. Work that inhabits spaces that have the capacity and authority to effectively silence their surroundings.. ".. Destiny, and even God Himself, have become famous above all because they answer us with silence.. " *.. Airports for Shadows is how John Cage described Robert Rauschenberg's White Paintings.. The following year Cage responded  ...   chairs and the hum of outside traffic **, thus demonstrating that complete silence can only be digital.. Airports for Shadows seeks to demonstrate works in the gallery space that have the capacity to quieten, if not silence the surroundings of the viewing experience.. The Mark Rothko room at the Tate Modern in London has this effect as does a Japanese Zen garden.. * extracts from ' Thoughts on Dolls ' by Rilke.. ** See Daniel Drews essay Next to Nothing in the book published 2004 on the occassion of the exhibition Singular Forms ( Sometimes Repeated ) Art from 1951 to the Present shown at the Guggenheim Museum, New York..

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  • Title: Cross Gallery Dublin, Irish Art Gallery, Modern Art Gallery, Art Consultant, Artist Agent, Art Dealer Ireland, Nicholas Gore Grimes
    Descriptive info: Swing Low (Michael Wann).. Place Unknown (Cara Thorpe).. True Phrenology (Andrew Clancy).. Vitrine (Simon English).. Hortulanus II (John Boyd).. Hortulanus I (John Boyd).. Gallery Artists.. 03/08/2011.. An exhibition of work by gallery artists will be on show for the month of August..

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