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Unafraid Red, April 6 – May 4, 2017, QSS Belfast

Unafraid Red  (and the following U-Yellow, U-Blue and U-White)  curated by Dr Colin Darke has been inspired by Barnett Newman’s  Who is afraid of Red, Yellow and Blue ( four paintings made between 1966 -1970 as a pun on Albee’s play)) … Continue reading

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Chris Wilson, Dwelling Place, The Oriel Gallery, Antrim Castle Gardens, 28 January – 5th March 2016

Belfast street map, standardised small houses (he made those as metal objects/ sculptures earlier) black abstraction – those are three stable characteristics of Wilson’s early work. The transformatory power of what is legible and what is erased forges a metamorphosis: … Continue reading

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RONNIE HUGHES, Supernumerary at Fenderesky, Belfast February 2015

    This is a new space for  art exhibitions in Belfast.  The highly regarded gallery owner, art dealer, curator, writer, publisher and philosopher,  Jamshid Mirfenderesky  found his fifth abode reminiscent  of the one he had at the Upper  Crescent … Continue reading

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Seamus O’Rourke: Dark Inventory at Pallas Projects, Dublin, November 2014

A handout states: S e a m u s O ’ R o u r k e Dark Inventory 12/11/14 – 22/11/14 2014 marks the 75th anniversary of the burning of ‘Entartete Kunst’ or painting and drawings termed ‘Degenerate Art’ … Continue reading

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