Exhibiting Artists: Barbara Ash, Maria Blake, Gemma Brownem Hugh Watt, Conor Caffrey, Ian Charlesworth, Paul Connell, Frances Donnelly, Clodagh Emoe, Andrew Folan, Paul Hegarty, John Younge, Severine Hubard, Wendy Judge, Juneau Projects, Anthony-Noel Kelly, Sean Lynch, Susan MacWilliam, Lisa Malone, Melissa McDonnell, Brendan Earley, Aoife McGovern, Lorraine Neeson, Gail O'Reilly, Katie Owens, Alan Phelan, Jim Dingilian, Eleanor Philips, Una Quigley, Linda Quinlan, Declan Rooney, Rosemary Shirley, Stem, Brigid Teehan, Alex Walsh, Cian McConn
Crawford Open 3 is the third annual open submission exhibition of contemporary art at the Crawford Municipal Art Gallery.
Selected by Eugenie Tsai (Independent Curator, New York), Hugh Mulholland (Director, Ormeau Baths Gallery, Belfast) and Danny McCarthy (Arti, this year´s theme, Beauty & Corruption, is explored by over thirty artists from Ireland and abroad.
Through various mediums including video, sound installation, painting and photography the work featured interprets Beauty & Corruption from a number of inquisitive and interesting standpoints. In Susan MacWilliam´s video After Image illusion and the paranormal of are explored, Eleanor Phillips uses the body as a site for reconstruction and conformity whilst Andrew Folan´s painting Susanna and the Elders confronts the ‘male gaze´.
The exhibition will be accompanied with a full colour catalogue by Gandon Editions which will include artists who participated in Crawford Open and Crawford Open 2.
Private View Thursday 12 December @ 6:30pm
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