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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: Artist Name.. Exhibition Title.. Gallery Artists.. Exhibition Dates.. 13/07/2010.. -.. 29/08/2010.. An exhibition of work by gallery artists is currently on show.. The next exhibition will be recent work by David King which opens on Thursday 9th September.. The gallery will be closed on Saturdays throughout August..

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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: I wanna be.. The Flower Girl.. Interval.. Echo.. The Girl from the East.. Performance.. Girl at the window.. Cristina Bunello.. Persona.. 14/06/2010.. 10/07/2010.. Press Release.. Cristina Bunello.. Persona.. Preview Thursday 17 June 2010.. Exhibition continues until 10 July 2010.. Persona is an Italian word that comes from the Latin, meaning a kind of mask or a character played by an actor.. Cristina's work to date has been of the human face and the possible interpretations  ...   portraits.. The source material comes from photographs of real people taken by the artist but the process then becomes blurred when props such as sunglasses, a hat or an article of clothing are added to that image as if dressing a mannequin.. The integral part of Cristina's work lies in the difference between her paintings and portraiture.. Cristina Bunello graduated from the National College of Art and Design in 2009.. This is her first solo exhibition..

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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: Untitled (Colin Martin).. Blue Drift (Graham Crowley).. Rye - 10 (Graham Crowley).. Rye - 5 (Graham Crowley).. Rye - 3 (Graham Crowley).. Rye - 4 (Graham Crowley).. Small Drift (Graham Crowley).. Pacific Ocean Blue (Colin Martin).. Future Days (Colin Martin).. Americanaire, The Urban in The Rural.. 04/05/2010.. 29/05/2010.. Americanaire, the urban in the rural.. Curated by Mark St.. John Ellis.. Featuring the work of.. Graham Crowley.. Colin Martin.. Preview Thursday 6th May, 6 – 8pm.. Exhibition continues until Saturday 29th May 2010.. A recent visitor from the Continent commented on how the new houses built in rural Ireland reminded them of the typical urban dwellings they witnessed in  ...   landscape inundated with the unfinished mock palace, the uninhabited developments and the house and bungalow that seem to have shared the same architect with gardens by the same designer.. In some cases the desire to escape the past is demonstrated by the building standing next to or not far from the derelict original family cottage or house.. Although this would not be the direct inspiration for the paintings of Graham Crowley and Colin Martin, it is a curator’s choice of these two painters who have observed houses in West Cork and then London and the United States of America to make the above observation and bring them together..

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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: Flooded Field (Loretta Cooney).. The Shelter (Eoin O'Connor).. The Outskirts (version II) - Eoin O'Connor.. The Marquee (Eoin O'Connor).. The Funicular Station (Eoin O'Connor).. The Diviner (Eoin O'Connor).. The Dividing (Eoin O'Connor).. The Crossing (Eoin O'Connor).. The Boundary (Eoin O'Connor).. The Blue Margin (Eoin O'Connor).. The Barracks Field II (Eoin O'Connor).. The Barracks Field I (Eoin O'Connor).. Reception (version II) - Eoin O'Connor.. Nightwatch (Eoin O'Connor).. Convergence (Eoin O'Connor).. Untitled.. 01/04/2010.. 01/05/2010.. Gallery 1 New Work by Eoin O'Connor.. Galleries 2 and 3 Did you mean fir tree by Loretto Cooney.. 9th May – 1st May 2010.. Eoin O’ Connor graduated from NCAD in 2003 and has since been awarded the CAP Award and a number of residencies including the Lassallian International Art Culture Centre, Florence, Italy.. Using painting, sculpture and photography, Eoin works under an array of different themes and styles relating to the notion  ...   and habitats.. Alluding to an isolated existence, devoid of people, a sense of belonging seems to linger beneath these sharp and sometimes serene structures.. Eoin's work is included in many private collections including the Office of Public works, Axa, and the CAP collection.. Loretto Cooney graduated in 2008 with a B.. A.. Degree (First Class Hons.. ) in Fine Art (Painting) from Galway Mayo Institute of Technology.. Loretto's starting point for her paintings are random images sourced from the net.. The work title refers to her system for collecting these images.. This evolved from her misspelling, in the search engine, of Partree, a village in County Mayo, and the resulting suggestion by the Google algorithm was Did you mean: fir tree.. This journey of exploration takes the artist to areas previously not thought of and suggests images that the painter chooses to edit and select from..

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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: Gap.. Casino II.. Rome.. Blossom Tree.. Beach.. Store.. Graham Chorlton.. 'Somewhere Else'.. 04/03/2010.. Graham Chorlton.. Preview Friday 5 March 2010.. Exhibition continues until 1 April 2010.. Graham Chorlton first exhibited in Dublin in an exhibition entitled 'The Obsessive Garden' curated by Mark St.. John Ellis in the Ashford Gallery at the RHA in 2006.. From that Graham was invited to the RHA Annual and subsequently was awarded the De Vere’s Prize for most promising newcomer to Ireland and his paintings became sought after.. This is Graham's first solo exhibition in Dublin.. Graham Chorlton is a painter who collects postcards.. His paintings from these postcards are diverse in subject from the urban petrol station to the blossoming of a Japanese cherry tree.. He is a painter of contemporary practice working on canvas and on board, diverse in his techniques as he is in his subject matter.. He is a painter who often has a simple narrative in his work and a pace and an aesthetic suggestive of certain film makers ( Wenders / Tarkovsky / Lynch ).. Graham’s depictions of the interiors  ...   the artist has passed almost every day for years in BIrmingham, they are generic, archetypal structures from different eras of the modern world.. Without the presence of people, a sense of melancholy pervades Chorlton’s work – a gentle feeling of detachment and anomie that places the artist as a solitary onlooker, an observer on the outside looking in.. While this sense of estrangement is enhanced by the accomplished draughtsmanship of Chorlton’s works, they are rarely cold or devoid of humanity.. The subtle and complex use of colour matched by a sensitive range of brush marks brings a warmth and curiosity to these buildings and locations – one that invites narrative readings of the work, both cinematic and literary.. In addition to having exhibited in East International, Norwich; John Moores, Liverpool, and at Ikon, Birmingham, Chorlton has had solo shows at venues such as the Midlands Arts Centre, Birmingham; University College, Worcester, and the Library Gallery, University of Warwick.. He was recently awarded first prize for painting in both the Leamington Gallery Open and The Birmingham Open at Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery..

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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: Masked.. Chiralaty.. Going to the mountain.. Willow pattern racking.. Border beyond.. At each time in each place.. After all is said and done.. Myladies.. Jouissance.. War for the roses.. Out there.. Murder at swan lake.. Claire Carpenter.. 03/02/2010.. Claire Carpenter.. 12th February – 3rd March 2010.. The Cross Gallery is delighted to announce its 2nd solo exhibition of new paintings by Claire Carpenter which opens on Thursday 11th February and will run until Wednesday 3rd March.. There is a shifting blend of fantasy and recollection in Claire Carpenters predominately small scale tempera on gesso paintings.. Using passages of loose rhythmical brushwork Carpenter conjures up a dream-like and intimate atmosphere and then weaves it together with intricate narrative details.. This complex relationship between the remembered and real, abstracted and representational  ...   see, how we know and how we remember.. However this hidden personal narrative, is full of contradictions and is open to interpretation as we are never given enough information to be conclusive about what she is trying to say, forcing us to surrender and open up to what is before us.. Carpenter studied printmaking in NCAD, completing a Masters in Chelsea School of Art.. She has shown in the RHA Annual Exhibition since 2002.. In 2006 she exhibited in AIRMAIL, organised by the painter Richard Gorman RHA, at the Yanagisawa Gallery in Tokyo, which also included the artists Nathalie du Pasquier, Chung Eun Mo, Patrick M Fitzgerald, Ronnie Hughes and Willie McKeown.. More recently Claire was involved in a touring exhibition curated by Arno Kramer entitled ‘Into Irish Drawing’..

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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: Installation shot.. all colours black (two).. 13/01/2010.. 02/02/2010.. all colours black (two).. Featuring the work of:.. John Beattie.. Michael Coleman.. Dee McDonnell.. Gavin O'Curry.. Tom O'Dea.. Seamus O'Rourke.. Jane Proctor.. John Ellis.. Preview Thursday 14 January 2010.. Exhibition continues until 6 February 2010.. The title of this exhibition, 'all colours black (two)' is prompted by an examination of black and its reference to art history.. It is the second exhibition on this subject curated by Mark St.. John Ellis.. 'all colours black (two)' is as much about the installation of the works as the works of art themselves.. The individual pieces at first glance are looked upon as objects and how they relate to each other in the space.. An argument put forward by Malevich’s black painting, 'Black Square' of 1915, was to take away all aspects of initial informative meaning and therefore exclude the visual narrative of the painting.. In this case the viewers second and more detailed gaze to the paintings, drawings and sculpture in 'all colours black (two)’ realise a conceptually worked process of using materials and technique.. Art is about looking and going beyond the initial impression.. nag.. New basement exhibition space at the Cross Gallery.. 59 Francis Street.. Dublin 8.. Observations of an Atheist.. a film by.. Elijah's Mantle.. in collaboration with the artist.. Including the  ...   from digitally transferred material, by and in collaboration with the visual artist John Beattie.. It is to be viewed as an installation in a gallery space.. The film images have been separated onto three monitors with the track Misere de Profundis, from the album Observations of an Atheist by Elijah's Mantle, playing on a separate piece of audio equipment.. None of the monitored images are synchronised to each other or to the music.. The images used, like the work of Caravaggio, have a strong aesthetic and are designed, through lighting and colour, to resemble the sumptuousness of a Baroque painting.. M St.. J E has a bias toward painting and as a curator believes that an average attention span looking at a work is approximately three minutes.. Whether this is true or not, this was the premise for the viewing of this film work.. As a composer he also has a bias towards sequential music.. The audience will never see or indeed hear the same exhibition, as the images and music are a constantly shifting sequence similar to the idea of Steve Reich's tape loops of the sixties.. A member of the audience can stay for the speculated three minutes, or defy that theory by staying three hours, whatever the choice, the viewer’s experience of the work will be constantly changing..

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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: Leaned.. Just revealed.. Ivory and Charcoal.. Tony heart attack.. Amber sant.. Clutch.. Blue screamer.. Blue new thought.. Standing plaster.. Sausage face.. Reclined it, patched it.. Queen.. Prince Adam & Eve.. Nudity in the sun.. Much bigger.. Ross McDonnell.. 33 Paintings, A Film and Some Posters.. 20/11/2009.. 08/12/2009.. 26 November -8 December 2009.. Reception Wednesday 25 November at 6pm.. 33 PAINTINGS, A FILM AND SOME POSTERS.. An exhibition of work by Ross McDonnell.. The first part of the exhibition presents 33 paintings.. It is a series of work executed on a variety of surfaces; plaster, mdf, linen, canvas and cotton.. Memories of making a life drawing acts as a compositional departure point  ...   It presents a single shot, uncut scene.. There is music, camera flash and landscape.. There are several posters to accompany the two bodies of work.. Derived from a series of drawings and subsequent Japanese Woodblock prints made while on residency in Nagasawa Art Park in Japan in the run up to this exhibition.. Ross McDonnell lives and works in Dublin.. This is McDonnell's forth solo exhibition in Dublin since graduation from NCAD in 2002.. He has previously exhibited at the Draiocht Arts Centre, the Goethe Institute, the Ashford Gallery and the Royal Hibernian Academy.. His work is part of numerous private and public collections, including the OPW and AXA Insurance collection..

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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: After Image.. After Lorca II.. Across Clearings VII.. Across Clearings V.. Caliso.. The knot of place and time.. Thaw.. Deep Song XV.. Bridget Flannery.. 08/10/2009.. 03/11/2009.. Bridget Flannery.. 8th October – 31st October.. Bridget Flannery returns to the Cross Gallery for a solo exhibition of new work, opening on Thursday 8th October and running until the 31st October.. These new paintings have been the focus of Bridget’s creativity for the past 2 years, making fresh discoveries; derived from the excitement and inspiration she takes from – landscapes, memories and  ...   behind this particular body of work, as Bridget constructs and organises shape and colour and lines and texture to bring into existence something which has been experienced but maybe forgotten.. These paintings appear to have a subtle quiet rhythm with pauses; the surface textures do not detract anything from these abstracts, only adding to the brilliance of the placement of the colours.. Bridget is one of Ireland’s leading female abstract artists and has exhibited internationally and throughout Ireland.. Her work can be found in many private and public collections..

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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: Angels of Perversity.. 09/06/2009.. 05/07/2009.. Press release.. 'Angels of Perversity' at the Cross Gallery.. featuring the drawings of :.. Ida Mitrani.. Kieran Moore.. Kate Street.. curated by Mark St.. Reception Thursday 11 June 2009.. Exhibition runs from 12 June - 4 July 2009.. ".. eternally beloved, were endlessly enraptured by the impatient and imperious caresses of the angels of perversity.. The above extract is from the short story Danaette by the French writer of the fin de siecle Remy de Gourmont ( 1858 - 1915 ) a symbolist in style and inspired by  ...   in Berlin and Kate Street based in London.. The common expression from all the works is a confusion of reality with the dream within a sexual atmosphere, a modern gothic.. Drawing is traditionally the judged measure to demonstrate an artists technical ability.. These three artists, while comfortably placed in the arena of contemporary art practice, all draw beautifully.. This is an exhibition that contains the traditional in execution and timeless in its subject and reference.. During the exhibition there will be a soundtrack played, constructed especially for 'Angels of Perversity' by Elijah's Mantle..

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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: Island.. Lost Form.. Falling Silence.. Dawn.. Siobhan McDonald.. Ash & Ether.. 03/05/2009.. 30/05/2009.. Siobhan McDonald.. 8th May – 30th May 2009.. Reception Thursday 7th May 2009 between 6pm – 8pm.. The Cross Gallery is delighted to present an exhibition of new work by Siobhan McDonald entitled Ash and Ether.. Siobhan McDonald’s work explores the chaotic and often unpredictable forces and rhythms that shape nature and their symmetry with human existence and experience.. Her landscape paintings are penetrating studies of the environment, from oceans and oil-slicks to rust-patterns and the residue of rainwater, that depict a world in a constant state of flux from both  ...   surfaces of relief and ambiguity.. Within this fragile harnessing of randomness, McDonald’s paintings find their own equilibrium.. She creates each piece through an endless motion of putting down and scraping back, revealing and obscuring beneath the surface to touch an internal resonance or memory.. Siobhan McDonald lives and works in Dublin.. Born in New York and brought up in Monaghan she trained in Belfast, Amsterdam and New York and has exhibited extensively throughout Ireland and abroad.. Her work is in many public and private collections including AIB, Office of Public Works, Ulster Museum and Bank of Ireland.. For further information please contact Jill Matthews..

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