Sean Lynch Publications

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A Preliminary Sketch for the Reappearance of HyBrazil

Sean Lynch 2007

Text and Photographs: Sean Lynch

Conversation: Matt Packer

Editorial Assistance: Michele Horrigan, Pippa Little

Additional Photography: Carl Doran, Ben Geoghegan

Design: Littleseal

Printing: Hudson Killeen, Dublin

ISBN 978-0-9558630-3-5

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The Stuccowork of Pat McAuliffe of Listowel 

Sean Lynch

Published by Siama Tire and Sean Lynch

November 2008- January 2009

ISBN 978-0-9558630-2-8

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Sean Lynch

Published by Limerick City Gallery of Art

2 February- 18 March, 2007

Catalogue Design: Richard Meade

Printers: Nicholson and Bass

Edition 500

ISBN 978-0-9553668-1-9

 

 

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Yesterday’s Papers

Compiled and Edited by Sean Lynch 2008

Layout and Design: Little    Seal Studio

ISBN 978-0-9558630-0-4

 

 

Sinéad Ní Mhaonaigh Publiactions

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27 October – 25 November 2006

Text: Armelle Skatulski, Tamsin Snow & Pádraic E. Moore
Design:Wendy Kavanagh
Photography: Jaqui McIntosh
Edition : 500
ISBN 978-0-9552525-6-3
Published by Kevin Kavanagh (2006)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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25 August – 16 September 2006

Text: Catherine Leen
Design:Wendy Kavanagh
Photography: Clare Pocock
Printed by: Future Print
Edition : 500
ISBN 978-0-9552525-4-9
Published by Kevin Kavanagh (2006)

Ulrich Vogl | of clouds and strings | 20.02-22.03 2014

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Ulrich Vogl’s most recent body of work focuses on sculptures that are – either in themselves or in their projection – films. Like in previous works Vogl uses movement, light and shadow to capture a suspension of reality and space.

Among the sculptures in of clouds and strings is the Wolkenfilmmaschine (2013) where Vogl  combines the early film techniques of the carousel with a moving mobile inside a rotating ball. Film (2012/2014) works with a turning wheel made from wire and its projection references the essence of early black and white movies.  Both works are good examples of Vogl’s approach: time-based, playful, simple in their creation. In their simplicity they create their own magic – thus giving space to the viewer’s own association, the viewer’s own film.

Ulrich Vogl was born in Kaufbeuren (Germany) in 1973 and is based in Berlin. He studied Fine Arts in Munich, Berlin and New York.  In May 2013 Vogl’s first permanent outdoor piece House of Clouds was inaugurated in Stavanger, Norway. Recent solo shows include  Do you Remember? (Artport, Tel-Aviv, 2012); Peindre d´abord une cage (Galerie Opdahl, Berlin, 2012); She brings the Rain (with A. Benchamma, ADN Gallery, Barcelona, 2011) and Dunkle Kammer (Kevin Kavanagh, Dublin, 2011). Latest group exhibitions include BERLIN – RIGA. Scores for intermediate places (Latvian Center for Contemporary Art, Riga, 2013), Berlin Status I(Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin, 2012), Märklin World (KAdE, Amersfoort, 2011), Halleluwah! Hommage a CAN (abtart, Stuttgart, 2011),  ARTIUM Collection (Artium, Vitoria, 2011/10). In 2012 Vogl was scholar of the Artport Residency in Tel Aviv. In 2011 he received the EHF grant of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation and in 2010 he was awarded the ZVAB Phoenix Price.

For further information please visit: www.ulrich-vogl.de.

Image: Film, 2012/2014, light source, wheel, motor, string, dimensions variable. Credit Eric Tschernow. 

 

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Luan an tSleibhe
2 October – 22 November 2008
Draoicht, Blanchardstown, Ireland

Text: Brian Maguire & Medb Ruane
Design & Production: Tom Feehan
Photography: Vincent Lestienne, Ronan McCrea, Jaqui McIntosh
Edition of 750
ISBN 978-0-9555164-9-8
Published by Kevin Kavanagh (2008)

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Sli na Firinne
05 May – 02 June 2006

Text: Dr. Yvonne Scott
Photography: John Kellett

ISBN 978-0-9552525-1-8

Paul McKinley – Available Works

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Paul McKinley – Farewell Chestnut Avenue

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Publlished on the occasion of the exhibition of the Nissan Art Project, Paul McKinley Farewell Chestnut avenue at the Royal Hibernian Academy.

16 March – 22 April 2007

Text: Patrick T. Murphy, Gaerard A. O’Toole + Declan Long.
Design: Studio : Muse
Photography: Gillian Buckley, Ronan Mc Crea, Dennis Mortell.
Printed by : Inglis Allen

ISBN 1-903875-40-4

 

Sonia Shiel

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The Mind Was Dreaming. The World Was its Dream 

Curated by Jacqui McIntosh
Solstice Arts Centre

19 January – 25 February 2012

Design – Lorenzo Tonti
Text and Photography – Jacqui McIntosh
Printing and Reproduction – Impress Printing Works
Edition: 200 Copies
ISBN 978-0-9560538-2-4

 

 

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Diana Copperwhite 

This publication is co-produced by West Cork Arts Centre and Highlanes Gallery to on the occasion of the exhibition Diana Copperwhite – Eclips of a title, at West Cork Arts Centre.

Text: Colm Tóibín + Skye Sherwin
Photography: Jaqui McIntosh, Davey Moor, Amelia Stein + Roland Paschoff
Design: David Joyce, www.language.ie
Printed by : 1455, Belgium

ISBN 978-1-904354-20-8

 

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Diana Copperwhite – Flat Earth

Published to coincide with ARCO Madrid 07

Photography: Jaqui McIntosh
Design: Stephen Nolan
Printed by : Drukkerij Rosbeek BV

ISBN 978-0-9555164-0-5

 

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Diana Copperwhite- Eclipse of a Title

Published by West Cork Arts Centre 2009

Essays: Colm Toibin, Skye Sherwin
Photography: Jacqui McIntosh, Davey Moor, Amelia Stein and Roland Paschhoff
Design: David Joyce

ISBN 1-904354-20-3

 

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Diana Copperwhite- New Paintings

Published by Galleri Kakelhallen 2001

Design and Layout: Patricia McNamara
Photography: Eamon O’Mahony
Printing: Thermofoil, Ennis, Ireland

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The Fold: A Painting Show- Diana Copperwhite, Gabhann Dunne, Mark McGreevy, Shelia Rennick

Published by VISUAL Centre for Contemporary Art &  the George Bernard Shaw Theatre

Visual: VISUAL Centre for Contemporary Art &  the George Bernard Shaw Theatre
Photography: Louise Daly, David Monaghan, Jacqui McIntosh, Davey Moor, Amelia Stein
Publication Design & Production: Tom Feehan

 

Sinéad Ní Mhaonaigh – Catalogues

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Curated by Pádraic E. Moore

25 August – 16 September 2006

Text: Catherine Leen
Design:Wendy Kavanagh
Photography: Clare Pocock

Printed by: Future Print

ISBN 978-0-9552525-4-9

 

 

 

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Curated by Pádraic E. Moore

27 October – 25 November 2006

Text: Armelle Skatulski, Tamsin Snow & Pádraic E. Moore
Design:Wendy Kavanagh
Photography: Jaqui McIntosh

ISBN 978-0-9552525-6-3