Tadhg McSweeney, Ulrich Vogl and Michael Boran at VOLTA 12.
June 13th – 18th 2016.
Kevin Kavanagh is pleased to present new work from Michael Boran, Tadhg McSweeney and Ulrich Vogl at VOLTA 12.
All three artists, though working in a variety of media and with differing methodologies, are all concerned with the mutable qualities of light and space, and with the meeting of the natural and artificial world. Both Tadhg McSweeney and Ulrich Vogl employ a wide variety of materials into their work, with a particular emphasis on the everyday and repurposed, turning often-overlooked elements into quietly beautiful forms that echo phenomena from the natural world, though ones that possess a very man-made delicacy and elegance. Michael Boran is a lens-based artist whose most recent body of work examines the overlap and interplay between flora and fauna, and the manmade interventions that populate contemporary landscapes. These landmarks and objects are presented in manipulated contexts, highlighting their inherent strangeness. All the artists have made new work especially for presentation at VOLTA 12.
Kevin Kavanagh is pleased to present a solo display of recent paintings by Sinéad Ní Mhaonaigh at VOLTA NY 2016. Booth F2, Pier 90, 2nd-6th March.
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Kevin Kavanagh is pleased to present recent work by a number of artists at VUE contemporary art fair at the Royal Hibernian Academy from November 05, 2015 – November 08, 2015. The presentation will feature work by Paul McKinley, Nevan Lahart, Paul Nugent, Diana Copperwhite, Oliver Comerford, Mick O’Dea, Sinéad Ní Mhaonigh, Margaret Corcoran, Sonia Shiel and Robert Armstrong.