April 05, 2005
This morning I received an email from Brian Duggan, who I met over a year ago in Bangkok, that my proposal for an installation has been accepted by the Hugh Lane Gallery in Dublin, Ireland. This marks the first time my work will be exhibited, physically, in Europe. The installation will be part of a larger group show running from July through October 2005. I will be collaborating in HCMC with photographer Trung Bui Nam to create a series of medium format prints for the photographic component of the installation. There may also be possibilities of exhibiting recent videos produced by projectone as well.
The exhibition, which runs from July 7 to September 30 (with possibility of extending through October), is described on the Hugh Lane Gallery Current Exhibitions site as:
Curated by Mark Cullen and Brian Duggan
July – October 2005
After a period of closure for building works The Hugh Lane is very pleased to re-open with a temporary exhibition programme beginning with Clarke and McDevitt Present and followed by Pallas Off-Site, both exhibitions where the Head of Exhibition, Christina Kennedy has invited collaboration with artists in the curation of its temporary exhibitions programme. This programme deliberately underpins the Gallery’s role in the presentation of contemporary art practice in Dublin.
Posted by rst at April 5, 2005 10:29 AM
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