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DUBLIN CITY GALLERY THE HUGH LANE

Charlemont House, Parnell Square North, Dublin D01 F2X9
00 353 1 222 5550

www.hughlane.ie
info.hughlane@dublincity.ie

Tue-Thur 9.45-6, Fri 9.45-5, Sat 10-5, Sun 11-5

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Click to enlargeWORLD WITHOUT END
Apr 30 - Aug 2, 2020
Lieven De Boeck, Tania Bruguera, Elaine Byrne, Tony Cokes, Chto Delat, Dor Guez, Lawrence Abu Hamdan, Dragana JuriĻić, Ari Marcopolous, Raqs Media Collective, Dermot Seymour and Mark Wallinger.
 
World Without End (WWE) is an exhibition conceived to reflect on the narratives of ‘borderisation,’ that have been used to justify the construction of physical borders and nationalized territories as well as the creation of psychological frontiers.

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KERLIN GALLERY

Anne's Lane, South Anne Street, Dublin 2
00 353 1 670 9093

http://www.kerlingallery.com/exhibitions/richard-gorman_10
gallery@kerlin.ie

Tue-Fri 11-5 & Sat 11-4



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Click to enlargeRICHARD GORMAN : DALKEY 2
Jun 16 - Aug 15, 2020
Kerlin Gallery is pleased to announce that the gallery will re-open to the public, by appointment on Tuesday 16th of June with the exhibition dalkey 2 by Richard Gorman.
 
dalkey 2 is the second part to the exhibition by Richard Gorman that began in early March but was quickly interrupted by Covid-19. All of these paintings were made by Richard while he was cocooning in his studio in Dublin during 'lockdown'.
 
In dalkey 2, Gorman continues with his personal take on the 'emotional geometry' for which he has become celebrated in the past two decades. Approached with a lightness of touch, the works carry a renewed sense of movement and immediacy: angular, interlocking blocks of colour seem to spiral outwards, while radial shapes pirouette on their axis.
 
As Gorman’s understanding and mastery of colour has deepened, he has begun to use it not only as a harmonic device, but as an active and animating element in his paintings: flat blocks of colour step to an offbeat rhythm, laid down in a jazz cool palette. Giving a nod to the gestural, expressionist works with which Gorman began his career in the 1980s, this new body of work takes on a more liberated, looser and freer painterly approach, all while demonstrating the intuitive balancing of colour, form and line that his work is prized for.
 
Recent solo exhibitions include: Keijo, Chigasaki Museum, Japan (2019); Iwano, Kerlin Gallery, Dublin (2016); KAN, Assab One, Milan (2015); KIN, The MAC, Belfast (2014); Richard Gorman, Painting and Prints, Mitaka City Gallery of Art & Ashikaga City Museum of Art Japan (Both 2010); Shuffle, Royal Hibernian Academy, Dublin (2009); Oeuvres nouvelles, Centre Culturel Irlandais, Paris (2007); Homerun, Kerlin Gallery, Dublin (2003); Paintings and Paper Works, Koriyama City Museum of Art Koriyama, Japan (2002); Big Blue, Mural Koriyama City Museum of Art Fukushima, Japan (2002); Nine Paintings, Royal Hibernian Academy, Dublin and Crawford Art Gallery, Cork, (2001); Made in Japan, Limerick City Art Gallery, Limerick, Ireland (2000) and Itami City Gallery of Art and Mitaka City Art Foundation, Japan (1999). Recent group exhibitions include: Der Spiegel Galerie, Cologne; Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin; and 'A Measured Quietude', an exhibition of contemporary Irish drawings, which toured the Berkeley Art Museum, California and The Drawing Centre, New York.
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