Nevan Lahart

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K R I E G
Elfde-Liniestraat 25
3500 Hasselt
BELGIUM

28.9 – 30.11.2017

Opening: Thursday 28.9 (6 pm)

The title of Nevan Lahart’s first solo exhibition in Belgium, Liberty Party Shop, was found on the side of a van a few doors down from his studio in The Liberties, Dublin.

Naivety is the new newspeak for courage. But what to expect, if not bunting, helium filled balloons and personalised flags? The following word salad is an appetizer of what’s on the menu.

Green Screams on Tarpaulin Travesties rendered in Payne’s Gray. History is a low rendered CGI poly mesh search engine, to add colour and form to the unconvincing backdrop of our lives. Unfashionably fathomable. Cured in el-blow grease. Distilled in despair. Gastronomically speaking it’s flavoured with some wholesome stables of Flemish liquid colour, dressed in a stodgy drizzle of Gaelic Island belligerence.

For more information please visit the KRIEG gallery website.

Sonia Shiel

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Sonia Shiel at The Crawford Art Gallery, Cork

9th September – 28th October, 2017

Sonia Shiel’s exhibition Rectangle, squared. invites the viewer into a series of performative spaces, where-in the action is painted, built, written, presented, intimated or provoked in chapters titled by shape and interspersed with props, some still, some moving. The exhibition tells the story of a fictional artist’s surreal encounters with the illusory world she finds herself in, and the tremendous challenges it throws her. Shiel’s work contemplates the mundane drama of living, in a series of large scale works that appear to be peripatetic but are connected through their surreal narrative imagery. Bold, yet enigmatic, Shiel’s works conjures theatrical connotations both through their life-size scale, and in their staged scenarios which allow us to interrogate, dream and hold empathy with the characters portrayed by the artist.

More information available here.
Image: Sonia Shiel, Still Life with Bouquet, 2017

Elaine Byrne

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Elaine Byrne at The Hugh Lane Gallery
The Ocean After Nature
7th September, 2017 – 7th January, 2018

Elaine Byrne will take part in a group exhibition titled The Ocean After Nature curated by Alaina Claire Feldman and produced by Independent Curators International (ICI). The Ocean after Nature considers the ocean as a site reflecting the ecological, cultural, political, and economic realities of a globalised world through the work of twenty artists and collectives. In September 2017 The Ocean After Nature continues its international tour at Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane. At every hosting site, a new work by a locally based artist is added to the exhibition in order to further contextualise the exhibition for diverse global audiences. Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane has invited artists Elaine Byrne and Philip Napier to contribute to the project, Byrne will be showing new sculpture works and a new video, commissioned by the Hugh Lane.

Elaine Byrne at Rosenbach Museum and Library 

Elaine Byrne will give a public lecture at the Rosenbach Museum and Library, Philadelphia (September) to discuss her work in relation to the museums purchase of work ‘Everything Edited’ (2017).

More information available here and on the ICI Website
Image: Elaine Byrne, Still from Cold Rush (2017)

Ulrich Vogl

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Villa Köppe

Knausstraße 19, 14193 Berlin, Germany

Exhibition: 08.09.-13.10.2017

Opening: 07.09.2017 | 19-22 hr

Ulrich Vogl will take part in an exhibition in Berlin-Grunewald with Yotta Kippe in the Belle Etage with works by students of the UdK Berlin.  Among other works Vogl will show new work titled Hammershoi-Studies from 2017.

Further information available here.

Alice Maher

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HYBRID

8 – 25 September 2017

Exhibition Opening Thursday 7 September 6 – 8pm

Purdy Hicks Gallery, London is pleased to present Hybrid, a group exhibition including work by Nilbar Gures, Marcia Kure, Alice Maher and Sally Smart. The works exhibited demonstrate visual explorations of hybridization, both through the subject matter and artistic medium.

Further information available here.