Mark O'Kelly 27092018

Mark O'Kelly is an artist living and working in Dublin and is Head of Fine Art Painting at the National College of Art and Design, Ireland. O'Kelly's painting practice demonstrates a sustained engagement with theories of representation, reproduction and quotation towards investigations around questions of cognitive representation and the psychological poetry of the image. The imagined public spaces that result within his architecture of pictures narrates consciousness formation in contemporary public interaction within cosmetic image cultures. Selected past exhibitions include. It’s Very New School, Rua Red, Tallaght, 2017, EMPIRELAND, Project Arts Centre, 2016 (solo), AGITATIONISM EVA International Biennale 2104, Periodical Review 2, Pallas Projects, Dublin, 2012/13. After the Future, EVA International Biennale, Limerick, 2012. Last, Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin, 2012. Transitive Relationships, Limerick City Gallery of Art 2012. Figure of 8, Kevin Kavanagh Gallery Dublin 2011, (solo). Leaders and Followers, Temple Bar Gallery Dublin 2010, (solo) Cinema Impero, Occupy Space, Limerick 2010, (solo). Unconscious, The Black Mariah, Cork, 2009, (solo). Mark O’Kelly, Kevin Kavanagh Gallery, 2008, (solo). Selective Knowledge, ITYS, National Bank of Greece Cultural Foundation, Eynard Mansion, Athens 2008. Mark O’Kelly and Stephen Loughman, Galway Arts Centre, 2008. Presence, Limerick City Gallery of Art, 2007. New Territories; Cityscapes, ARCO Madrid, 2006,Other Visions: Representation in Contemporary Irish Painting and Photography, Purdy Hicks, London 2006, In Fashion, Limerick City Gallery of Art, 2005, (solo). Mark O'Kelly studied at the National College of Art and Design, Dublin, 1985-1990 and at the Slade School of Fine Art, University College London, 1990-1992.


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