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Irish Art Now: Contemporary Art Auction in support of Pallas Projects/Studios in association with Whyte’s and The Irish Georgian Society Thursday 2nd May 2019 City Assembly House, South William St, Dublin 2

Irish Art Now: Contemporary Art Auction in support of Pallas Projects/Studios in association with Whyte’s and The Irish Georgian Society Thursday 2nd May 2019 City Assembly House, South William St, Dublin 2

Thursday 2nd May 2019, 6pm to 9pm Auction: 7pm Previews: Tuesday 30th April

2 – 6pm

Wednesday 1st May

12 – 6pm

Thursday 2nd May

12 – 6pm

Venue: City Assembly House 58 South William Street, Dublin 2 Enquiries: Front Cover: Willie Doherty, Condemnation, see p 47 for details.

Pallas Projects/Studios, who have been breaking new ground for Irish visual arts and culture since 1996, and supporting the development of Irish artists, present their third NYC-style fundraising auction: Irish Art Now – a showcase of Irish contemporary artists – with the generous help of Whyte’s and The Irish Georgian Society. With artworks by over 70 established and emerging artists including: Willie Doherty, Amanda Coogan, Liam Gillick, Corban Walker, Abigail O’Brien, Paul Hallahan, Barbara Knezevic, Salvatore of Lucan, Julia Dubsky and many more. This exciting collaboration between the auction house and the artist-run space will introduce Irish contemporary art – painting, print, photography and sculpture – to seasoned auction-goers, with many affordable works, and the chance to secure a choice piece by a major Irish artist, or to grab a bargain by a future prospect. It also presents a great opportunity for budding collectors to enjoy the auction experience for the first time, and start a collection of their own with a unique artwork. It will demonstrate the strength and breadth of Irish contemporary art: with renowned Irish painters, already familiar to the auction house, alongside internationally-established artists, who are already selling work through the leading Irish contemporary and international galleries and art-fairs (Frieze, Art Basel), exhibiting at home in museums (IMMA, The Hugh Lane), and far and wide in art biennales (Venice Biennale) and international institutions. The lots include specially created work by Willie Doherty, twice nominated for the Turner Prize, and British artist Liam Gillick, who exhibits regularly in Ireland with Kerlin Gallery and represented Germany in the 53rd Venice Biennale, both of whom have produced new one-off pieces especially for the occasion. In addition the auction will feature the work of many hugely talented emerging artists who have been championed by Pallas in recent years. This gala evening will be an entertaining spectacle, with pop-up food, drinks, and surprise guests. It is generously supported by Whyte’s, who are donating their fees and commission to support the not-for-profit sector, and the Irish Georgian Society, who have once again provided the use of the newly restored Octagonal Room of the City Assembly House for the event. One of Dublin’s hidden architectural gems, and commissioned by a group of artists, it was the first purpose-built commercial public art gallery in Britain and Ireland at the time of its completion in 1771. We wish to extend our deepest gratitude to the artists who have donated these outstanding works of contemporary art, without their show of reciprocal support this event could not take place. In addition, we extend a special thanks to the the many sponsors and local businesses who have generously contributed to make this occasion memorable. Pallas, our board, staff and member artists thank you for attending and warmly welcome you to an evening of great art work. We hope you enjoy, bid often, and help us continue in our mission to support Irish art and artists.


buyers’ commision

20% is added to the hammer price of all lots. Please take this

into consideration when placing bids. The full price paid will go

towards fundraising efforts for the not-for-profit art space at

Pallas Projects/Studios and will directly support the work of Irish

artists. Whyte’s are kindly foregoing all fees and commission to

support this worthy endeavour.

room bidders


Room bidders must register and obtain a bidding number on

arrival. Proof of identity is required from clients new to us.


If successful in obtaining a lot please ensure you display your

number clearly to the auctioneer and that it is your number that is called out. If there is any doubt about the hammer price

or buyer, please draw this to the attention of the auctioneer immediately. 3

Payment may be made by cash, bank draft, cleared cheque,

debit or credit card – we accept Mastercard or Visa (a charge

of 2% is made on credit card transactions). There is no charge

on debit card transactions.

absentee bidding


If you are unable to attend you may bid before the sale, using

the form provided in the venue prior to the auction and Whyte’s,

Molesworth Street. Enter the maximum you are prepared to

offer for each lot and the auctioneer will represent you as if

you are personally attending the sale. Lots are knocked down

your highest bid. Example: your bid is €1,000 and next highest

bid is €800 – the hammer price is €850.


limit bidding

Absentee bidders may limit their total purchases

to a set amount by entering their limit on the bidding form. This

is especially useful for bidders wishing to cover as many lots as

at one step above the next highest bid, and not necessarily at

possible while setting a maximum amount to spend. 3 “or” bidding

Absentee bidders who wish to bid on two or more

lots, but only wish to purchase one, may do so by entering “or”

between the bids – the lots will be bid on in catalogue order.


equal bids

In the event of equal bids being received for the same

lot the first received will be given preference. If the instruction

“break ties” is entered on the bid form the auctioneer will increase

the bid by one step in the event of equal bids being received or


“buy” bids

Unless otherwise instructed bids of “Buy” or “Buy

at Best” shall be taken to indicate bids of up to three times the

stated higher estimate in the catalogue.


live telephone bidding

may be arranged on request, subject

to availability and given at least 24 hours notice. A minimum

bid may be requested.


invoicing and payment

Successful absentee bidders will be sent a pro forma invoice

immediately after the sale with details of payment methods.

All invoices must be paid within 7 days of the date of the sale

or the lot(s) may be deemed in default and any subsequent

losses incurred on resale become the responsibility of the bidder.

prices realised

A complete list of prices realised and unsold lots will be posted

to posted to following the sale

special notices concerning this auction venue for auction night

The venue for the auction is The Irish Georgian Society, City

Assembly House, South William Street, Dublin 2 (beside The

Powerscourt Centre) and the sale starts at 7pm.

Bidder registration will take place here from 6pm on Thursday

2nd of May.

colletion of lots

Collection of purchases at this sale may be effected on the night

of the sale and on Friday 3rd, 12–6pm (please arrange on night of auction).

After that date lots may be collected from Pallas Projects, 115–117

The Coombe, Dublin 8, by appointment only

(telephone 087 95722 32 or email

Purchasers must pay for and collect all lots within 7 days of the

date of sale. Note: each lot is at the buyer’s risk from the fall of the

Auction conducted by Whyte & Sons Auctioneers Limited on

behalf of Pallas Projects.

hammer. Storage charges will apply after 7 days.

with special thanks to

Thanks also to: The Fumbally Paulie’s Pizza and all our other sponsors.

Lots 1 – 73 Please Note: Additional Lots: Nan Goldin Lot# 37A page 55 Price Correction: Daniel Lipstein Lot# 50 page 41

1. Gabhann Dunne (b.1975)

2. Kathy Tynan (b.1984)

Pilgrim 2018, oil on board, signed on reverse, 24 by 18cm provenance: artist’s studio

Sensitive Skin 2017, oil on canvas, signed on reverse, 80 by 80cm provenance: Kevin Kavanagh, Dublin literature: featured in Kathy Tynan’s first publication, Proud and Strond All Day Long, published by Kevin Kavanagh, Dublin exhibited: Centre Cultural Irlandais, Paris

€500 – €700 Gabhann Dunne is a Dublin-based painter. He studied Fine Art Painting at the Dublin Institute of Technology and The National College of Art and Design, Dublin. He is also a former winner of the RDS Taylor Art Award (2011) and the Hennessy Craig Scholarship/the Whytes Award for Painting for his entry to the Royal Hibernian Academy Annual Exhibition (2009). Dunne has exhibited widely, his recent solo shows include: Crossing the Salt, Farmleigh House, 2019 and Limerick city gallery, 2018; In the Presence of Birds, Molesworth Gallery, Dublin, 2017; Magenta Honey, the Lab, Dublin, 2015; The Wavemaker’s Vision, the Rubicon, Dublin, 2012 and The Crossing, the Roscommon Arts Centre, 2012. His group shows include: Pallas Periodical Review, Pallas Studios, Dublin, 2016; Eigse, the Visual Centre for Contemporary Art, Carlow, 2016; Select, Vanguard Gallery at the Triskel Arts Centre, Cork, 2014; The Land of Tib and Tom, Rubicon Projects, Irish Georgian Society, Dublin, 2014; 40/40/40 (celebrating 40 Irish artists from the Office of Public Works), Rome (2013); and The Fold THE VISUAL, Carlow(2012).

€1000 – €1500 Kathy Tynan graduated from NCAD with a BA and an MA in 2010. Tynan makes paintings which focus on details and particularities of everyday domestic and urban environments. Recent solo and selected two person exhibitions include Atonal Supersound, Kevin Kavangh, Dublin (2017); Traversées du Marais, Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris (2018) and Hands Laid On, Kevin Kavanagh, Dublin (2016). Recent selected group shows include Trophy Hunters, Dada Post, Berlin (2018); Constellations, Kuvataide Academia, Helsinki (2018) and Many Worlds, Centre Cultural Irlandais, Paris (2017). In 2015 Tynan co-curated Panorama, an exhibition of women painters in Pallas Projects. She has recently returned from a three month residency in Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris and published her first book of paintings, Proud & Strong All Day Long. She is currently a studio resident of the RHA. Tynan is represented by Kevin Kavanagh, Dublin.


3. Pat Byrne (1986) 4. Nick Miller (b.1962)

A Manifestation 2018, oil on canvas signed on reverse 30 by 26cm provenance: artist’s studio, Mountrath, Co, Laois exhibited: Birr Theatre and Arts Centre, Birr, Co. Offaly, October 2018

Flowering Sedum 2015, oil on linen, signed bottom left/dated bottom right, 31 by 26 cm provenance: artist’s studio exhibited: Part of series Vessels : Nature Morte (Solo | Art Space Gallery | London | 2016) ABSENT | Vandernoot Gallery |Lesley University College of Art and Design Cambridge MA | USA | 2017

€250 – €350 Selected Solo Exhibitions February, 2018 – Between the Hawthorns, Pallas Projects, Dublin Selected Group Exhibitions November, 2018 – Soul Noir Festival of the Dark Arts, The Chocolate Factory, Dublin September, 2018 – A Painted Otherworld, Dunamaise Arts Centre, Portlaoise July, 2018 – Island Life, Kevin Kavanagh Gallery, Dublin March, 2018 – Hermoine Exhibition, Alexandra College, Dublin Selected Publications January, 2018 – Interview, In Between Myth and Reality, de/konstruk/cionez, Dublin (Online) Selected Public Speaking February, 2016 – Symposium, Get a Real Job, Dunamaise Arts Centre, Portlaoise, Co. Laois Selected Awards and Funding November 2018 – Best Emerging Artist Award, Soul Noir Festival of the Dark Arts 2017

€3000 – €4000

A member of Aosdána since 2001, he received the inaugural 2014 Hennessy Portrait Award at the National Gallery of Ireland, and was the 2017 guest curator for the RDS Visual Art Awards exhibition. He has exhibited widely in Ireland and internationally including Museum shows at IMMA (1994 & 2015-16) The New York Studio School (2008) and the RHA (2003),, Selected recent solo shows include: “Rootless: new paintings” Art Space Gallery, London (2019) “Rootless” Oliver Sears Gallery, Dublin (2018) “Vessels: Nature Morte” Art Space Gallery, London (2016) “Nick Miller and the studio of Edward McGuire” Irish Museum of Modern Art (Nov 2015 - May 2016) “Vessels: Nature Morte” RHA, Dublin (2015);Rubicon, Dublin, 2012 “Tree House 360˚” OH Projects, Boston/Concord Arts Association, MA,


5. Isabel Nolan (b 1974) Thorn 2017 pencil on paper signed on reverse 29.7 by 42 cm provenance: artist’s studio / Kerlin Gallery €1500 – €2000

Nolan’s works evolve out of intensive scrutiny of cosmological or natural phenomena, historical artefacts, or the study of literary texts. Idiosyncratic investigations that ask how we make the world significant to ourselves. Recent shows include Krinzinger Gallery, Vienna, 2016; Douglas Hyde Gallery, 2017; The weakened eye of day, CAG Vancouver at IMMA 2014 & Mercer Union Toronto, 2016. Other solos include A Thing Is Mostly Space, Launch Pad New York, 2015; The Model, Sligo, 2011; Musee d’art moderne de Saint Etienne, France, 2012; The Return Gallery, Goethe Institute, Dublin, 2012-13; Gallery 2, Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin, 2008 and Project Arts Centre, Dublin, 2005. In 2005, Nolan represented Ireland at the 51st Venice Biennale as part of a group exhibition, Ireland at Venice 2005. She has exhibited with Pallas Projects in Periodical Review 20/16—Selected by Brian Duggan, Sarah Glennie, Jenny Haughton & Declan Long.

6. Una Sealy RHA (b. 1959) Manon, Bell’s Lane oil on canvas signed on reverse 40 by 40 cm provenance: artist’s studio literature: Boyle Arts Festival Catalogue 2019 exhibited: Boyle Arts Festival, Invited Artist 2019 €500 – €700

Una Sealy RHA is an award winning painter, who has had ten solo exhibitions, including most recently, the Lavit Gallery Cork (2018), two at RHA Ashford Gallery, (2016, 2000) two at Molesworth Gallery Dublin, (2006, 2003) and a major mid-career review show at Draoicht, Blanchardstown, (2012-2013). Una has exhibited regularly at the RHA Annual Exhibition since 1991, and has been selected for curated group shows in San Francisco, New York and Britain. She was the winner of the Irish Arts Review/Ireland-US Council Award for Outstanding Portraiture in 2011, and was one of 12 Finalists at the Hennessy Portrait Prize exhibition at the National Gallery in 2014. She was the winner of the Adam’s Award at the RHA in 2015.


7. Seán Molloy (b. 1964) Philip’s Head XIX oil, beeswax & enamel on canvas signed on reverse, 35 by 25 cm provenance: artist’s studio exhibited: Salon Exhibition, Oliver Sears Gallery 2017 €1200 – €1800

Selected solo & group exhibitions include: Claremorris Open Exhibition 2011; ‘Lacuna 1’ (Taylor Galleries, 2013); Eigse, Carlow, 2014 ; New Living Art V (IMOCA , 2014); RHA Annual (2013 – 2018) ; Neo Pentimenti RHA Ashford Gallery 2015 ; ‘Simulations’ Solstice Arts Centre 2017 ; Salon exhibition Oliver Sears Gallery 2017 ; ‘Landed’ Molesworth Gallery 2018 Awards: Longlisted for the Saatchi New Sensation prize 2013; K&M Evans Painting Prize 2014; Thomas Dammann Jr. Memorial Trust Award 2015 & 2016; Fingal County Council Arts Bursary Award 2017. Collections: Credit Suisse AG, Mason, Hayes & Curran, OPW, Fingal C.C. Municpal Art Collection, De Blacam & Meagher Architects.


8. Alison Pilkington (b.1967) Wanderer oil on canvas, signed on reverse 27 by 35 cm provenance: artist’s studio exhibited: Shown at the RHA Ashford Gallery in 2018 in solo show How We Roam €500 – €700

Alison Pilkington was born in Sligo and works in Dublin. Completed a practice led PhD in painting at National College Art and Design Dublin 2015. In 2012 awarded a British Institution Award for painting at the Royal Academy Summer Show London. Selected for the Marmite Painting Prize, London 2012 and 2016. Shortlisted for the Kurt Beers 100 Painters of Tomorrow publication (2013). Prizewinner at the Artslant International Jurors Award in Dec 2013. Recent exhibitions: How We Roam The Dock & RHA 2018. Will We Remember Volcanoes at Westminster Art Library London 2017. Strangelands, Collyer Bristow Gallery London, 2017. Contemporary British Painting, touring exhibition to China, 2017 to 2018. Currently showing in National Museum Gdansk, Poland, Group show, Contemporary Painting of 21st Century.

9. Ann Quinn (b. 1978) Waiting to Happen 2017, oil on panel, signed on reverse, 20 by 25 by 5 cm provenance: artist’s studio / Taylor Galleries, Dublin literature: published in Ann Quinn’s exhibition catalogue, ‘The Human Presence’ exhibited: Taylor Galleries, Dublin as part of Ann Quinn’s solo exhibition ‘The Human Presence’ during September 2018 €500 – €700

Born in Donegal in 1978, Ann Quinn received a BA in Fine Art from NCAD in 2000. Solo shows include Taylor Galleries (2018, 2016, 2013), Dock Arts Centre (2013), and Ashford Gallery (2009). Group shows include the RHA Annual Exhibition every year since 2004, Claremorris Open (2015), Galway Arts Centre (2010), Pallas Contemporary Projects (2017, 2016, 2010, 2009). Some of the awards she received are the Travel and Training Award from the Arts Council in 2016, Thomas Dammann Travel Award in 2017 and 2015, the K & M Evans Award in 2012, the Hennessey Craig Scholarship in 2009, a Visual Artists Bursary from the Arts Council in 2009.


10. Elaine Grainger (b. 1972) Dissolving boundaries 2018 Traditional gesso and gouache on board signed on reverse, 25 by 20 cm provenance: artist’s studio €300 – €400

Elaine Grainger Lives and works in Dublin. Has recently completed an MFA at NCAD. Exhibitions include: Detached curated by Niamh McCann at Solstice Arts Centre, Navan, 2017. MFA Interim Show at Eblana House, 2017. Time is not a line at Pallas Project /Studios, 2017. peripheriesOPEN, Gorey School of Art, 2017. RHA Annual Exhibition, 2017. Barely hardly there, The Annex, NCAD, 2018. Selected for RHA Peer Residency Award. Shortlisted for The RDS Visual Art Awards Exhibition 2018 curated by Amanda Coogan. Winner of The RDS, Centre Cultural Irlandais, Residency Paris, Award. Previously in 2005 Grainger established Talbot Gallery & Studios, Dublin. Also cofounder of MONTO Arts Group, Dublin 1. Collections: The State Art Collection (O.P.W) private collections in Ireland, U.K and Australia.


11. Colin Crotty (b.1974) untitled 2012 watercolour on paper 21 by 30 cm provenance: artist’s studio €600 – €800

Colin Crotty lives and works in Dublin, Ireland. He completed an MA in Fine Art at Chelsea College of Art, London in 2004. His work is concerned with ideas that relate to collective behavior and group identity within society. Often drawing on narratives from art history and popular storytelling his paintings create a fictional space that explores the social and political boundaries between people and land today. Recent solo exhibitions include Oonagh Young Gallery, Dublin (2018); Matthias Erngtes Galerie, Düsseldorf, Germany (2017). Invited artist for group exhibitions include Goodman Arts Centre, Singapore (2017); PERIPHERIES, Co. Wexford (2017); Forthcoming exhibitions include solo show at RAUM für Kunst, Düsseldorf, Germany 2019 and group exhibition Dearly Beloved…Artworks 2019, Carlow Arts Festival & Visual.

12. Mick O’Dea (b. 1958) Parked Cars pen and watercolour walnut frame with museum glass signed on front 30 by 24 cm provenance: artist’s studio literature: Mick O‘Dea, Occasional Press in conjunction with Ballynahinch Castle Hotel, Connemara exhibited: 40th Clifden Arts Festival, Mick O’Dea, in Connemara 2017 €350 – €450 Member of Aosdana, former President of the RHA, former member of the Board of the NGI, Chair of the Stamp Design Advisory Committee of An Post, Fellow of the Anatomical Society, honorary member of the Royal Scottish Academy, O’Dea has exhibited extensively in Ireland and abroad. He has won many awards and prizes. His practice is concerned with Portraiture, Landscape and Historical painting and sculpture.


13. Patrick Graham (b. 1943) 81 by 112 cm provenance: artist’s studio exhibited: Hillsboro Fine Art, Dublin

Síle-na-Gig series (Sheela) 2015 and continuing mixed media on board signed lower right

€3000 – €4000

Born in Mullingar, County Westmeath, Ireland in 1943, Graham attended the national College of Art and Design (1959–1963). Graham has long been considered ‘Ireland’s finest draughtsman’ and ‘a genuine artist’s artist’ but these much abused terms – though undoubtedly apt in relation to Graham – do not capture the truely powerful nature of his work. Graham’s paintings and drawings are a magnificent and unique balancing act of strength and fragility. Selected exhibitions: 2018/19 three person show Peripheries, Municipal Gallery, dlr Lexicon, Dún Laoghaire; 2016 Lullaby, Hillsboro Fine Art, Dublin, Ireland; 2016 Patrick Graham, Luan Gallery, Athlone, County Westmeath, Ireland; 2013 Half Light, Hillsboro Fine Art, Dublin Ireland; 2013 Re/Turn, 30th Anniversary Exhibition, TBG+S, Dublin, Ireland; 2009, The Quick and the Dead (with Patrick Hall, Timothy Hawkesworth, Brian Maguire); Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane, Ireland; 2008 Footfalls (with Michael Warren), Hillsboro Fine Art, Dublin.


14. Mollie Douthit (b.1986) Party of four 2017 oil on panel, signed on reverse 8 by 13 cm provenance: artist’s kitchen Originally painted while on residence at the Tyrone Guthrie Center at Annaghmakkerig. exhibited: Exhibited in 2017 at the artists solo exhibition at the North Dakota Museum of art. €400 – €600 Douthit’s work has been published in New American Paintings, The Irish Arts Review, the Irish Times, and Sunday Times Culture. Her work is included in both public and private collections. 2013 Recipiant of the RHA Hennessy Craig Award. 2014 Douthit’s work advanced to Stage II of the John Moores Painting Prize; and exhibited in Continental Shift, Saatchi Gallery, London. 2015 include RHA Ashford Gallery; and Panorama group exhibition- Pallas Projects. 2017 include 440 Gallery group show, NYC; ‘Paintings’ solo exhibition North Dakota Museum of Art (with catalog). 2019 include Prince Street Gallery’s small works, NYC; solo show at the Northwest Arts Center, Minot, ND. Douthit has received grants from the Irish Arts Council and North Dakota Council of the arts. Residencies include: Tony O’Malley Artist in Residence, Tyrone Guthrie Center, Ballinglen Arts Foundation, and Vermont Studio Center.

15. Lee Welch (b.1975) Prophecy is what we all have to go by now. 2019, acrylic on polyester, signed on reverse, 102 by 68.5 cm provenance: artist’s studio €1200 – €1800 Lee Welch completed an MFA at the Piet Zwart Institute, Rotterdam and gained his BFA from NCAD, Dublin. He was recently awarded a residency at the Irish Museum of Modern Art. Welch’s work has been featured in numerous institutions including Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum, Michigan; Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane; CCA, Derry; Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Castilla y León (MUSAC), León, Spain, Objectif Exhibitions curated by Raimundas Malasauskas, Antwerp and Pallas Projects. Welch has received awards from the Arts Council of Ireland, Culture Ireland and Dublin City Council. His work is held in the Hugh Lane Gallery, Office of Public Works, Digital Hub and private collections. Upcoming solo exhibition in Berlin Opticians and Platform, Belfast.


16. Caroline McCarthy (b.1971) Touché 2019, acrylic paint on sized linen 31 by 26 by 4 cm provenance: artist’s studio €2000 – €3000

Born in Dublin. Lives and works in London since 1997. Studied Fine Art at NCAD, Dublin and Goldsmiths College London, graduating with BA hons in 1994 and MA Fine Art in 1997. Solo shows include Green on Red, Dublin; Gimpel Fils, London; Hoet Bekaert, Ghent; Parker’s Box Gallery, New York; Limerick City Art Gallery; Temple Bar Gallery, Dublin; Gasworks, CaLondon; Void Gallery, Derry; and Bugdahn und Kaimer, Düsseldorf. Group shows include Europe Exists, MMCA, Greece, 2003; East End Academy, Whitechapel Gallery, London, 2004; To Be Continued, curated by The British Council, Helsinki Kunsthalle, Finland, 2005; (Z)art curated by Jan Hoet, Abtart, Stuttgart 2010; Group Coordination, Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin, ... 2014; and Dismaland, curated by Banksy, Somerset, UK, 2015. Her work is in the collection of Irish Museum of Modern Art, Arts Council of Ireland, Allied Irish Bank, Office of Public Works, Zabludowicz Collection and private collections.


17. Breda Lynch (b.1970) Blue TV, cyanotype, signed on reverse 210 by 297 cm provenance: Artist’s Studio €150 – €250

She holds a BA (Hons)Degree in Fine Art Print at Crawford College of Art, an MA in Fine Art from Chelsea College of Art and Design, London and an MPhil in Fine Art Print and Digital Media from the University of Wolverhampton. Lynch has exhibited extensively in Ireland and abroad. International exhibitions include curated group exhibitions in Scotland, England, Iceland, Spain, Italy, Turkey, Thailand, China, USA and Australia. She is represented in a number of national collections including the OPW - Office of Public Works, NUIG Collection - Galway, Luciano Benetton Italy, Trinity College Art Collection, Limerick City Gallery Collection, University of Limerick Collection, Hunt Museum Limerick and other private collections.

18. Jonathan Mayhew (b.1981) A Warning Not a Manual (Fountainhead), 2017 Unique folded pigment print on archival paper framed with clear vue glass signed on reverse of image, 21 by 30 cm provenance: artist’s studio literature: Front cover of Preview feb-mar 2017 Irish Times 14th of March 2017 exhibited: Wexford Arts Centre €300 – €400 Jonathan Mayhew (b. 1981) is an Irish artist based in Dublin. Recent Exhibitions include: ‘digital_self’, Irish Museum of Modern Art, 2018; ‘Zurich Portrait Prize 2018’ National Galley of Ireland; ‘The stars turn and a time presents itself’, Risør Kunstpark, Norway, 2018; ‘Sørlandsutstillingen,’ Kristiansand Kunsthall, Norway, 2017; ‘The Way Things Go: An Homage’, Butler Gallery, Kilkenny, 2017: ‘I Wanted to Write a Poem’ Wexford Arts Centre, 2017, where he was the 2015 EVA award winner. Upcoming Carlow Arts Festival Horton Artworks 2019 and solo exhibtion at Pallas Projects October 2019. He is the TBG+S and HIAP International Residency Exchange recipient for 2019. His works are part of the OPW collection along with many private collections around the world.


19. Liam Gillick (b.1971) Sunken Red 2019 unique signed inkjet print 10 by 14 inches provenance: artists’s studio €600 – €800

Liam Gillick is an artist based in New York. His work exposes the dysfunctional aspects of a modernist legacy in terms of abstraction and architecture when framed within a globalized, neo-liberal consensus, and extends into structural rethinking of the exhibition as a form. He has produced a number of short films since the late 2000s which address the construction of the creative persona in light of the enduring mutability of the contemporary artist as a cultural figure. Born 1964, Aylesbury, U.K. Lives and works in New York. Education: 1983/84 Hertfordshire College of Art. 1984/87 Goldsmiths College, University of London, B.A. (Hons.) Awards: 1998 Paul Cassirer Kunstpreis, Berlin; 2002 Turner Prize Nomination, Tate, London; 2008 Vincent Award Nomination, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam.


20. Padraig Spillane (b.1981)

21. Padraig Spillane (b.1981)

Living Potentials 2017, digital collage on archival print on Hahnemühle 310 gsm, framed 1/5 + 1 A.P., signed on reverse of print, 32 by 37 cm provenance: artists’s studio literature: This work has featured in the What Passes Between Us exhibition catalogue. This features an essay by Sarah Kelleher plus a text by the artist. A copy will be given with the work. exhibited: Sirius Arts Centre, Cobh, Co. Cork

Pulse Potentials 2017, digital collage on archival print on Hahnemühle 310 gsm, framed 1/5 + 1 A.P., signed on reverse of print, 32 by 37 cm provenance: artists’s studio literature: This work has featured in the What Passes Between Us exhibition catalogue. This features an essay by Sarah Kelleher plus a text by the artist. A copy will be given with the work. exhibited: Sirius Arts Centre, Cobh, Co. Cork

€400 – €600

€400 – €600

Pádraig Spillane works with photography, appropriation and object-based assemblages. Through these various means he explores intersections of desire through imagery, anthropomorphic arrangements, and installation. His employment of materials considers gestural potentials and animations of various forms with works performing as gatherings of disruption and appeal. Spillane’s solo exhibitions include: What Passes Between Us, Sirius Arts Centre, Cobh, Co. Cork, 2017; Shills, 126 Artist Run Gallery, Galway, 2016; Climb Under a Spell, Treignac Projet, France, 2014. Selected group exhibitions include: Naked Truth: The Nude in Irish Art, Crawford Art Gallery, Cork, 2018; Art Works 17, VISUAL, Carlow; This is not my voice speaking, Wandesford Quay Gallery, Cork, 2015; Fortnight Features Presents, Kerlin Gallery, Dublin, 2014; Periodical Review #3, Pallas Projects/Studios, Dublin, 2013.


22. Corban Walker (b.1967) Ink Drawing #25319 - 2019 ink on paper, signed on front 21 by 30 cm provenance: artist studio €700 – €900 Corban Walker (b. 1967, Dublin, Ireland) gained recognition for his installations, sculptures, and drawings that relate to perceptions of scale and architectural constructs. Walker graduated from the National College of Art and Design, Dublin, in 1992. His first solo show was held at the City Arts Centre in Dublin, in 1994. Since then, he has mounted solo exhibitions internationally and has realized eight important public commissions worldwide. Walker’s work is part of numerous public and private collections around the world, including the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York and the Irish Museum of Art, Dublin. Walker represented Ireland at the 54th Venice International Art Biennale in 2011. He received the Pollock Krasner Award in 2015

23. Brian Fay (b.1968) Swanson damaged nitrate film stock 1922 2010 pencil on paper, signed bottom right of drawing sheet 29.7 by 21 cm unframed provenance: artist’s studio €500 – €700

Brian Fay lives and works in Dublin. Solo shows include To something that went before (CSdeK), Oonagh Young Gallery, X (IR), (2016) nag Gallery, Of the Survival of Images (and Objects) (2014) also nag Gallery and Broken Images or When does Posterity Begin? (2011), Ashford Gallery, RHA. Group shows include Inspiration and Rivalry: After Vermeer (2017) National Gallery of Ireland, and After an Act (2018) Golden Thread Gallery, Belfast. His work is in the National Drawing Collection Ireland, and the collections of The Crawford, Cork, DIT, OPW and private collections. He received awards from the Arts Council and is the winner of the 2014 Derwent International Drawing Prize, the AXA Drawing Prize 2016. He is a Senior Lecturer at Technological University Dublin.


24. Gavin Murphy (b.1973) On a flimsy framework of reality, imagination spins out and weaves new patterns (Lignum Vitae), 2017 Archival black & white photograph edition from a series of 9 signed on reverse of frame 10 by 12 inches exhibited: Produced in collaboration with Louis Haugh and Peter Mulvaney for the exhibition ‘Double Movement’, Temple Bar Gallery + Studios, 2017 €400 – €600

Gavin Murphy (co-director of Pallas Projects/Studios) is an artist and curator with an interest in the documentation of cultural spaces and histories. His research-based, intertextual practice involves the assemblage of unique fabricated elements, sourced and found objects, images and texts, with an interest in the sculptural possibilities of cinematic structures and mise en scène. Exhibitions include (solo): ‘Double Movement’, Temple Bar Gallery + Studios, 2017; Sleepwalkers, Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane, 2014; Royal Hibernian Academy, 2012; Oonagh Young Gallery, 2012; The Golden Bough, Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane, 2010; and (group): Light Rhythms, Irish Museum of Modern Art, 2014; Changing States: Contemporary Irish Art & Francis Bacon’s Studio, BOZAR, Center for Fine Arts, Brussels, 2013; 40/40/40, touring exhibition from the collection of the OPW: Madrid, Warsaw, Rome, 2013. His work is in the collections of the OPW and Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane

25. Lucy McKenna (b.1979) Anomaly 2014, pencil drawing signed on reverse 40 by 40 cm provenance: artist studio €250 – €350 Lucy McKenna’s work is concerned with the observation and constant structuring/ restructuring of information systems that attempt to explain the universe and our place in it. Her practice is a multidisciplinary one consisting of drawing, photography, film, installation, and sculptural works. Lucy McKenna studied at NCAD. Recent projects include IDA/IMMA commission (2019), Subliminal SublimeRoscommon Arts Centre Park Project Residency (2019), KEC commission (2019). Exhibitions include solo exhibition in the Cube Space, The LAB, Dublin; Periodical Review #5, Pallas Projects/ NCAD Gallery, Dublin; Process Space, VISUAL Carlow; The Lacuna In Parallax, Source Arts Centre, Tipperary;...

..The Darker Wood, GalleryWest, Toronto; Electron Cloud, Kilkenny Arts Festival; Convergence III, With Space Gallery, Beijing; Sanctioned Array, White Box Gallery, NY.


26. Stephen Loughman (b.1969) A Wave of Fear oil on canvas signed on reverse 30 by 40 cm provenance: Kevin Kavanagh, Dublin exhibited: Island Life, Dublin €1500 – €2000 Stephan Loughman (b. 1969) lives and works in Dublin. Recent solo exhibitions include WI, Kevin Kavanagh, Dublin (2016), Interiors, Kevin Kavanagh, Dublin (2013), Fisherman’s Widow, Cake Contemporary Arts, Kildare (2010) and OUR VICTORY, Kevin Kavanagh, Dublin 2009). Recent selected group exhibitions include Hold to the Now , SLAG Gallery, New York (2015), Art Brussels, Brussels, Switzerland (2015), Exiles, The Lab, Foley Street, Dublin (2013), Last, Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin (2012), Collecting the New, Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin (2010), What Happens Next is a Secret, Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin (2010) and Summer Show, Galerie Bugdahn und Kaimer, Düsseldorf, Germany (2009). Loughman has taken part in international art fairs and biennials including a solo presentation at VOLTA NY 12, New York (2012) and a group exhibition at the 26th Sao Paulo Biennale, Brazil (2004). He was the recipient of the Arts Council Bursary in 2003 and in 2006 as well as the Arts Council Travel Award in 2000. His work is held in numerous public collections including the Irish Museum of Modern Art, the Arts Council of Ireland, the Office of Public Works and Dublin City University as well as Private Collections in Ireland, UK, Spain and U.S.A.

27. Melissa O’Flaherty (b.1972) Exomoon Geysir 2016 conté chalk on black paper initials bottom right corner 59 by 42 cm provenance: artist studio exhibited: Created for Mermaid Arts Centre Solo Show 2016, selected for Pallas Periodical Review #7, 2017 €350 – €450

Melissa O’Faherty is a contemporary artist working in the fields of drawing and painting. She is currently a selected artist on the prestigious Turps Contemporary Painting Programme , London , UK. Her work has featured in the RHA Summer exhibitions, Solo and group shows nationwide. Her work has been collected privately and by Royal College of Surgeons and OPW. Also a selected artist for Pallas Periodical 2017. An emerging contemporary Irish artist.


28. Paul Hallahan (b.1980)

29. Orla Whelan (b.1975)

Pale shelter wild in the woods 2018 watercolour paint (sealed with Golden watercolour varnish) on canvas, framed signed on reverse 50 by 40 cm provenance: artist studio literature: RHA annual brochure 2018 exhibited: in 2018 as part of the RHA annual

Moon, Valley, Dew, Death #60 2019 oil paint on linen, oak frame signed on reverse 24 by 18 cm provenance: artist’s studio

€700 – €900 Paul Hallahan is a Dublin-based artist working with water-based paintings, installation and video. He uses pattern, repetition and chance to look at themes that explore perception and interaction with environment both on micro and macro scale. The primal mind is of huge interest to him as well as the way in which we read and interact with art both now and in the past. He set up and ran Soma Contemporary in Waterford (2009-2012) and he has been both an invited curator and artist for PP/S Periodical reviews, curator on PR #4 and artist in PR #7. In 2018 he won the Golden Fleece Award and he has exhibited widely both in Ireland and internationally and his work is in national and private collections.

€800 – €1000 Orla Whelan is a visual artist whose practice is rooted in painting. She had solo exhibitions at The LAB, Draiocht, and the Goethe Instituit in Dublin, and Archeus Fine Art, London. Group exhibitions include Claremorris Open 15, Periodical Review #4, Pallas Projects, Dublin, and There, Not There (5 Contemporary Painters) at Crawford Art Gallery. Orla has an MA in Visual Arts Practices from IADT, MA European Fine Art from WSA, Barcelona and BA Fine Art from NCAD, Dublin. Studio residency awards include, The RHA Studios, Studio 468, Draiocht, Temple Bar Gallery & Studios in Dublin, Cill Rialaig artist retreat, and the VCCA, USA. She has received awards from The Arts Council of Ireland, South Dublin County Council, and the Tyrone Guthrie Centre. Orla is founder and director of the artists collective AtHomeStudios. Her work is in the collections of Trinity College Dublin, the Office of Public Works and many private collections. She lives and works in Dublin, Ireland.


30. Salvatore of Lucan (b.1994) Self portrait in mood 2016, oil on canvas signed on front, 80 by 80 cm provenance: artist studio, La Cathedral Studios €500 – €700 Salvatore of Lucan is of mixed-race: half Bangladeshi and half Irish. He was raised by his mother, a single parent who lives with her mother, and his younger sister. He mainly makes work about his own life; often figurative domestic scenes. He always wants to represent himself as accurately as possible. Throughout his life, he has been asked where he is from, and has always replied ‘Lucan’. This is why he has recently decided to call himself Salvatore of Lucan instead of Salvatore Fullam.

Salvatore of Lucan studied Fine Art Painting at NCAD. His solo exhibition Salvatore of Lucan’s Show of Himself took place at Pallas Projects in 2018 as part of the Artist-Initiated Projects series. Since then he has exhibited in the Kevin Kavanagh gallery in a group show, has produced a print edition with Hang Tough Gallery, and he was shortlisted for the Zurich Portrait Prize, exhibiting his work Me and my Dad in McDonalds in the National Gallery of Ireland.

31. Oscar Fouz López (b.1979) Sketching machine 2017 oil on canvas signed on reverse 60 by 50 cm provenance: artist studio exhibited: ‘Pickled Chimp Ears’ 2018, Pallas Projects €500 – €700 Oscar Fouz Lopez (1979) is a Spanish born artist that lives and works in Dublin. Lopez has had his work featured in group exhibitions such as Winter Open (2016) in Rua Red, Dublin, Insider Art (2016) in MCE, Belfast, and participated in the 187th and 188th Annual Show at the Royal Hibernian Academy. His solo show Pickled Chimp Ears was held at Pallas Projects as part of its 2018 program. He graduated with a BA in Fine Art from D.I.T. in 2010 and was shortlisted for the Most Promising Graduate Award at the Talbot Gallery the same year. Lopez also holds an MFA in Painting from NCAD (2016) and is the current Tony O’Malley artist in residence for 2018/19.


32. Eleanor McCaughey (b.1980) Eleanor McCaughey is an Irish artist living and working in Dublin. She Kings dead 2018 oil on canvas, signed on reverse 30 by 40 cm provenance: artist’s studio €300 – €500

has exhibited both nationally and internationally including the National Portrait Gallery London, Pallas Projects, Dublin, Galerie C.O.A, Canada. She was awarded the Arts Council Ireland, Next Generation Award 18/19, the Conor Prize for a figurative work from the Royal Ulster Academy and the KM Evans Painting Prize, from the Royal Hibernian Academy. Her work is represented in the OPW art collection and private collections in Ireland, Europe, United States and Canada. Eleanor is currently working towards upcoming exhibitions in June 2019 at The Richard Heller Gallery, US and Platform Arts in Belfast. / @eleanormccaughey


33. Sean Hillen (b.1961)

34. Mark Cullen (b.1972)

Collecting Meteorites at Knowth, IRELANTIS

Double Halo 2015, oil on board, signed on reverse, 30 by 30 cm provenance: artist’s studio exhibited: Daily Practice: Selected Works 2007 – 2016, The Molesworth Gallery, 2016

print 2019 from collage 1996 archival print from collage signed on front 50 by 40 cm provenance: artist’s studio literature: featured in many publications including covers of “Irish Literature Since 1910” and “Changed Utterly: Ireland And The New Irish Psyche” €200 – €300 Born in 1961 in N.Ireland, studied at Belfast, LCP and the Slade. A collagist whose work has both popular and intellectual appeal, Seán Hillen’s earliest photomontage works from the ‘Troubles’ era in Northern Ireland were based on his own documentary photos which were themselves recently acquired as a permanent collection by the National Library of Ireland. His 1990’s series ‘IRELANTIS’ have become part of the wider cultural landscape, e.g. on the covers of over 40 books including the definitive ‘Art in Ireland Since 1910’. He co-designed the Omagh Bomb Memorial. In 2019 a new book designed by Erik Kessels and onehour documentary for RTE Television will be published. He is represented in Ireland by Oliver Sears Gallery.

€600 – €800 Mark Cullen is a well known Irish artist with an international practice working with various media. Artist in residence in the School of Physics, UCD in 2014: exhibiting Mandala: As within so without, and Daily Practice, solo exhibition in The Molesworth Gallery, 2016. Recent shows include: DE_XI, HDLU, Zagreb, DE_IX, Onono, Rotterdam, Connect Art Fair, New York, Cosmic Dust, Visual, Carlow, The Future is Self Organised, LCGA and XL Group Exhibition, Dublin. Works include ARK, Dublin Contemporary, MAIM XI for IMMA, Temporary Portable Reservoirs at Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane and Siege House, London, Cosmic Annihilator, Pallas Heights and EV+A Collected by OPW, Chamber of Commerce, Hefei, China and private collections. Member of Difference Engine - a self determined artists group. MAVIS IADT, BA NCAD. Award winner at EV+A 2005. Co-founder of Pallas Projects/Studios.


35. Stephen Dunne (b.1973) Evenfall oil on linen 2018, signed on reverse 31 by 25 cm (12 by 10 inch) provenance: artist’s studio €500 – €700 Based in Dublin, Dunne graduated with an MA in Fine Art painting at the Royal College of Art. Recent exhibitions include As Above, So Below: Portals, Visions, Spirits & Mystics & Wilder Beings Command both at the Irish Museum of Modern Art. Solo shows: Uchronia at RHA, Luminous at NAG; Poached Eyes on Ghost & Corpse of Milk, Fumbally Exchange; Subliminal Anarchy, Pallas Projects and a series of exhibitions at Rise in Berlin The Phantom Limb; Schizo Epiphanies and Der Zauberlehrling (The Sorcerer’s Apprentice). Toot Tootsie Goodbye at V1 Copenhagen, group shows at Domobaal London, GSK Contemporary at the Royal Academy in London and The Big Four at Channel Four. Stephen was also included in Pilot 3 which was exhibited as part of the Venice Biennale in 2007.

36. Martin Healy (b.1967) Those who were birds IV 2018, archival pigment print, Edition 1/3 plus 2 AP’s 60cm x 48cm framed, signed on rear of frame provenance: artist’s studio, exhibited: Butler Gallery, Kilkenny €1200 – €1500 Martin Healy lives and works in Dublin. He works predominantly through the mediums of photography, film and sculpture and his works have been shown widely both nationally and internationally. He has taken part in residencies at Cove Park, Scotland, 2014; HIAP-International Residency Exchange, Helsinki, 2010; Centre Culturel Irlandais, Paris, 2008; Artists’ Residency Programme, Irish Museum of Modern Art, 2007; the International Studio Programme Residency, PS1 Contemporary Art Centre, New York, 2000/01. Select solo exhibitions include: The Augury, Butler Gallery, Kilkenny, 2018; A moment twice lived, Crawford Art Gallery, Cork, 2016; Terrain, Galway Arts Centre, 2015 (Galway International Arts Festival); Aether, Oonagh Young Gallery, Dublin, 2014; The Future Perfect, Rubicon Projects, Brussels, 2013; Last Man, Crawford Art Gallery (screening room), Cork, 2012


37.Fergus Martin (b.1955) Untitled 2015 Intaglio and carborundum on Somerset 410gsm paper A/P edition of 40 signed bottom right corner 73 by 106 cm provenance: artist’s studio mixed media on board signed lower right 81 by 112cm €700 – €900

Fergus Martin’s exhibition, Fergus Martin Then and Now, is currently showing at the Irish Museum of Modern Art, where it will run until September 2019. He is currently working on a Department of Foreign Affairs commission for a new sculpture for the International Criminal Court, The Hague, and a new work for the grounds of the Royal Hospital/ Irish Museum of Modern Art. His work is in public collections including The Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane, The Arts Council/An Comhairle Ealaion, The Office of Public Works, as well as private collections in Ireland and abroad. Martin is a member of Aosdána. Awards include The Irish American Cultural Institute O’Malley Award in 2014; the Curtin O’Donoghue Photography Prize RHA Annual Exhibition in 2010; The Pollock Krasner Foundation, New York, 2006 and 1999. Martin is represented by Green On Red Gallery, Dublin


38. Abigail O’Brien (b.1957) Blazing Star 2012, 2/2Ap Lambdachrome Print under Acrylic signed on back of image, dated and edition 420 by 590 cm provenance: artist’s studio exhibited: Airfix Days, Peppercanister Gallery, Dublin October 2012. €1500 – €2000

Abigail O’Brien is a contemporary Irish artist. She explores themes such as ritual, rites of passage and the domestic realm in her practice, using various media such as; photography, sculpture, video, sound and handmade embroidered objects. Her work is held in many public and private collections including the Irish Museum of Modern Art, the Caldic Collection (Rotterdam), the Museum of Modern Art (Vienna), The Gemeentmuseum (Netherlands) and Centro National des Artes (Mexico). Most recently, O’Brien has focussed on the Cardinal Virtues of Fortitude, Temperance, Prudence and Justice.  O’Brien is the current President of the Royal Hibernian Academy (RHA) and the first female to hold this position. She is also an ex-officio Member of the Board of the National Gallery of Ireland

39. Marcel Vidal (b.1986)

Flags, 2017 oil on linen, signed on reverse provenance: Kerlin Gallery exhibited: SILVERFISH, The Dock Arts, Carrick-on-Shannon, Leitrim 2018. 30 by 25 cm €800 – €1000 Current member of Temple Bar Gallery + Studios. Forthcoming; Solo at The Ashford Gallery, RHA 2020. Shortlisted for The RHA Hennessy Craig Biannual Award 2019. Recently, I was Awarded The Golden FLeece Award and featured in Cristin Leach: Eyes peeled – Eight Artist to Watch in 2019 (RTE Culture) In 2018 I was awarded an Arts Council Bursary and The Fire Station Sculpture Award. Recent exhibitions during 2018 include; SILVERFISH at The Dock, Leitrim, WHITE NOISE, RHA Futures, Dublin, Syntonic State, Tulca, Galway, curated by Linda Shevlin, Island Life, Kevin Kavanagh Gallery, Dublin and STREAM, The Sailors Home, Limerick. During 2017, I was award a 1 year project studio at TBG+S and featured in a Summer show at Kerlin Gallery, Dublin.


40. Gillian Lawler (b.1977) Translocation III 2018 oil on canvas signed on reverse 50 by 50 cm provenance: Molesworth Gallery, Dublin exhibited: Solo exhibition, Hiraeth, at the Molesworth Gallery, Dublin, May 2018 Solo exhibition, This entropic order, at the Weber and Weber Gallery, Turin Italy October 2018 €900 – €1200 Mid career artist, studied at NCAD. Awards include the Hennessy Craig Award, RHA Annual 2007, the Whytes Award, RHA 2007, Open Selection Exhibition Award at Eigse Arts Festival 2009, Arts Council Bursary 2009, and Culture Ireland Award 2018. Prize 2012 and a Golden Fleece Merit Prize 2013. I was shortlisted for the Beers Lambert Contemporary, Thames and Hudson publication, 100 Painters of Tomorrow 2013, the Celeste International Art Prize 2012 and a Golden Fleece Merit Prize 2013. Recent shows include The Weber and Weber Gallery,, this entropic order, Turin, Italy, (Solo 2018), the Molesworth Gallery, Hiraeth, (Solo 2018), Resort Revelations, Difference Engine, curated by Caroline Cowley, Linders Mobile Park, Portrane, (2018), Difference Engine, Altern_nator, HDLU, Zagreb, (2018), House Taken Over curated by Hickey + Hickey, The Sonorities Festival, Belfast, (2018).

41. Glenn Fitzgerald (b.1977) KOSMOS 2018, oil pastel, paper, marker, 18 by 25 cm signed on reverse of frame, provenance: artist’s studio. exhibited: All Other Places (2018), Point Square, Dublin €300 – €500 Born 1977. Lives and works in Dublin, Ireland. Education: 2017 MFA Painting, National College of Art and Design, Dublin; 2003 BA Fine Art Painting, Crawford College of Art and Design, Cork. Solo exhibitions: 2018: Gappy Being, Source Arts Centre, Thurles, Tipperary, Ireland; 2015 We Don’t Dream, Pallas Projects, Dublin, Ireland; 2006 Caro 2, Form Gallery, London, England; 2005 Sentient, The Hunt Museum, Limerick, Ireland; 2004 Caro, Form Gallery, Cork, Ireland. Group exhibitions: 2018 All Other Places, Point Square, Dublin, Ireland; 2017 RHA Annual, Dublin, Ireland; 2015 Pallas Periodical Review, N.C.A.D Gallery Dublin, Ireland; 2012 RHA Annual, Dublin, Ireland. Collections: University College Cork; Bank of Ireland Dublin. Residencies: 2005 Cill Rialaig, Co Kerry, Ireland.


42. Denis Kelly (b.1959) Untitled (Blue Black Lime) 2018, Oil, acrylic and bitumen on found wood on birch plywood, signed on reverse, 50 by 40 cm provenance: artist’s studio, literature: Exhibition Catalogue (Turin, Italy) – ‘Painting through it’s poetical emotions (Episode #2)’, solo exhibition: Solo Exhibition ‘A Sense of Order. A Sense of Disorder’ at Galleria Weber, Turin Italy. 13 December – 2 February 2019 €600 – €800 Denis Kelly is an Irish artist based in County Kildare. He holds an MFA in painting from the National College of Art and Design and a BA Honours Degree from the Institute of Art, Design and Technology Dún Laoghaire. Recent solo exhibitions include ‘A Sense of Order. A Sense of Disorder’, Galleria Weber, Turin (2018/19); ‘Impeccable Defect’, Pallas Projects, Dublin (2017); ‘Structure/Void’, Riverbank Arts Centre (2016) and ‘Edge’, dlr Lexicon, Dún Laoghaire (2016). Group exhibitions include ‘Anonymous Drawings’, Berlin (2018); ‘Peripheries Open’, Gorey (2017) and RHA and RUA Annual exhibitions. He is a winner of the KCC Emerging Visual Artist Bursary Award 2015.

43. Shane Murphy (b.1970) Untitled_2019 expanded drawing 30 by 30 by 30 cm €250 – €350 Shane Murphy’s work is informed by phenomenological ideas of perception and explores the tacit integration between viewer and object. A keen appreciation of Minimalism supports his inquiry into light and architectural space. Working three-dimensionally through the process of expanded drawing, he develops a vocabulary of open form geometric sculptures. By subtly employing line as a medium, he demonstrates that a drawing is not confined to a purely two-dimensional act but is in fact a three-dimensional process demanding an active participation from the viewer in pedestrian space. This diffused interface creates ambiguity between the figure / ground relationship.


44. Brian Duggan (b.1985)

Brian Duggan lives and works in Dublin, His work is represented by Balzer Projects, Basel, Switzerland.His work is included in the permanent collections of the Hugh Lane Gallery, the OPW national collection, Trinity College Dublin, the National portrait collection and the Irish Museum of Modern Art as well as private collections in Ireland and Europe.He has undertaken residencies in UCD School of science, ISCP New York, IMMA, CCI Paris.Solo exhibitions include: Project Dublin, Crawford Art Gallery, Balzer Projects Basel, Art Brussels, POSITIONS Berlin, Art Rotterdam, ISCP New York, Limerick City Gallery, Visual, Carlow, RUARED, Crawford Gallery Cork, Irish Museum of Modern Art Process room, Dublin City Gallery the Hugh Lane.

Atmospheric, Underground, Exoatmospheric, Underwater, 2054 test sites, (#0041 Grable). ongoing, digital print on Cotton. Grable, (Upshot–Knothole), 36.793°N 115.9156°W Launch area 5, Detonation over NTS Nevada Test Site, United States, 25 May 1953. 2017 digital print on hand stitched cotton cloth 60 by 46 cm signed lower reverse provenance: artist’s studio nd Balzer Projects, Basel, Switzerland literature: Future proof, Catalog, The Lab Gallery, Curated by Sheena Barret and Emer O’Boyle. September 14 - December 14 2017 exhibited: The End is Where We Start From. On Tsunamis, Nuclear Explosions and other Fairy Tales” in balzer projects, Basel, Switzerland, 2018; Untitled MIAMI, November 2016; UCD School of Science 2016; Future Proof, The Lab Dublin 2017 A signed Artwork and signed certificate and documentation shall accompany this Artwork. (1/6+2AP, created in 2017) €900 – €1200

45. George Bolster (b.1972) Of something far more deeply interfused, Whose dwelling is the light of setting suns, And the round ocean, and the living air… 2019 Digital C-type print signed on reverse 16 by 20 inch provenance: Gibbons & Nicholas gallery €900 – €1200

Irish multidisciplinary artist George Bolster lives and works in NYC. His work -through oppositional narrativesaddresses ideas and belief systems from multiple perspectives. In films such as Un/natural History: Drowning Captiva (addressing climate change, rising sea levels and Rauschenberg’s environmental legacy) and The Moon, McMoon’s, and the Moon Museum (which focuses on the first art object in space, and long-term cultural preservation and conservation in the face of environmental disintegration), he combines science/art history, and science fiction to examine our most prescient societal and species-wide challenges. He has exhibited in numerous museums and galleries in Europe, America and Canada.


46. Barbara Knezevic (b.1968) Pink Gypsum 2018 Archival print on paper edition 1/5 signed on reverse 420 by 594 mm provenance: Berlin Opticians €700 – €900

Barbara Knezevic lives and works in Dublin, Ireland. Recent exhibitions include Scapes: Rose Quartz at Berlin Opticians, Dublin (2018); The Irish Museum of Modern Art Hennessy Art Fund, exhibition and acquisition (2018); The Last Thing on Earth, a solo exhibition at the MAC, Belfast (2016), Pallas Periodical Review, (2017), Exquisite tempo sector a solo exhibition at Temple Bar Gallery and Studios (2017), City Agents, curated by Jussi Koitela, at EKKM, Estonia (2016), With Leftover Agencies, Gallery Augusta, Helsinki (2016); Duality of Form, Solstice Arts Centre (2016); Seachange, Tulca Festival of Visual Art, curated by Mary Cremin (2015). Her work is represented in private and public collections such as the Irish Museum of Modern Art, The Arts Council, and the OPW.

47. Darina Meagher (b.1962) Helter Skelter 2016 oil on canvas signed on reverse 30 by 40 cm provenance: artist’s studio €400 – €600 WIth a Masters in Fine Art Painting from the NCAD, (2014). Meagher also holds a BA(Hons) In Visual Arts Practice IADT (2011)., MA, Vis Comm., NCAD (1997), and B.Des., NACD (1985). Winner of the Peter O’Kane Solo Exhibition award at the RDS Student Awards 2011, and a three month studio residency at the RHA, in 2015. Meagher was awarded a residency at Arthouse, Stradbally, at the Dunamaise Arts Centre Annual Open Submissions Exhibition (2016). Recent exhibitions include RHA Summer Show, Cavanacor Gallery, café@Rua Red, Pallas Project Studios. In many private collections and the OPW, Meagher has a solo show opening in July at the Dunamaise Art Centre, Portlaoise.


48. Colm Mac Athlaoich (b.1980) Fearr Grinn 2017 oil on canvas signed 57 by 48 cm provenance: artist’s studio exhibited: The Cowshed Gallery, Farmleigh Estate, Dublin €600 – €800

Colm Mac Athlaoich (b. 1980, Dublin, Ireland) lives and works between Dublin and Brussels. Recent exhibitions include The Waiting Game, Weber Gallery, Turin, Italy (2018), Elsewhere to be found, Farmleigh Estate, Dublin. IRE (2018) Traveling Without Moving, PP/S, Dublin. IRE (2017). Una Terrible Belleza, Rizoma Galeria, Madrid, ES (2017). (OPW) The Casino in Marino, IRE (2016). Pallas Periodical Review / PP/S (2011). Residencies included: Intercambiador (Madrid), Cyprus School of Art (Cyprus), RHA studio award (Dublin). Work included in Collections: TCD Provost collection, OPW, NCAD. Mac Athlaoich’s work uses various media to deal with ideas of materiality, process and perception. His works sits between figuration and abstraction, exploring the space between.


49. Stephane Rowe (b.1976) Daydream oil on panel signed on reverse 10.5 by 13 cm €700 – €900

Stephanie Rowe is Canadian born, Irish naturalised, visual artist living in Dublin, since 2005. She holds a BA in Fine Arts from Emily Carr University in Vancouver, British Columbia. Her work has been shown in various commercial and public galleries in Dublin and Vancouver. She exhibited in Futures 12 at the Royal Hibernian Academy in Dublin. Also at the RHA in 2012, she was co-awarded the Hennessy Craig Scholarship. Rowe’s work can be found in private collections in Dublin, London and Vancouver as well as public collections including, Fishburns Solicitors, Mason Hays and Curren, the OPW and Emily Carr University. She is represented by Oliver Sears Gallery.

50. Daniel Lipstein (b.1959) Flooded Park 2018 Monotype (oil based ink on Fabriano paper) signed bottom right, pencil, and the back of the paper 49.5 by 69.6 cm provenance: artist’s studio, Graphic Studio Gallery, The Printmakers Gallery exhibited: Graphic Studio Gallery, ‘Ones Off’ three person show, March 2018, also shown at The Printmakers Gallery Dublin. €600 – €800 Daniel Lipstein is a painter and printmaker, born in Israel and lives in Ireland most of his life, he is a member of The Graphic Studio Dublin since 2002. Upon his graduation in 2006 from the fine art print faculty of NCAD he received the CAP Foundation Award, in 2009 he graduated from the MFA course in the same faculty in NCAD. He won several awards including the K&M Evans award for painting in the RHA in 2017, Winner of the Professional Artist Category of the inaugural Legacy National Fine Art Print Competition, Sligo, 2016, and first prize in the Biennial Fine Art Print competition, ‘Impressions’ at Galway Arts Centre in 2010. Daniel exhibits regularly in galleries such as the Graphic Studio Gallery where he had a solo show in 2015, the RHA Annual Exhibition and the Printmakers Gallery.


51. Brian Maguire (b.1975) War changes its address/ Aleppo March 2018 edition: 59/60 96 by 70 cm provenance: artist’s studio €600 – €800 Born 1951, Dublin, Ireland.2018 sees the publication of a substantial new artist monograph for Brian Maguire, surveying his career to date. Maguire has shown extensively in Europe and the US, also participating in shows in Korea, China and Japan. Current and forthcoming solo exhibitions include Juarez to Aleppo, Rubin Center for the Visual Arts, University of Texas, El Paso; Museo de Arte de Ciudad Juárez, Juárez, Mexico (all 2019) and American University Museum, Washington DC, USA (2020). Recent solo exhibitions include War Changes Its Address: The Alepp42o Paintings, Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin; Concerned, Royal Hibernian Academy, Dublin (both 2018); J’Accuse!, The Void, Derry (2015–2016); The Absence of Justice Demands This Act, Fergus McCaffrey, New York (2015); X Espacio de Arte, Mexico City (2013); European Parliament, Brussels (2012) and Cultuurcentrum de Werft, Geel, Belgium (2012).

52. Gerry Balfe Smyth (b.1968) 3 Girls 2015 oil on panelfilm photography signed on reverse 12 by 16 inches provenance: Dublin exhibited: Pallas Projects 2018, part of the Last Breath Exhibition €150 – €200

Gerry studied Photography at DIADT in Dublin before working as a photographic assistant to Perry Ogden & Bruce Weber. He began developing his own personal projects while living in New York and London, working in medium format and polaroid photography. His work is inspired by ‘real people’ giving a voice to those on the margins, exploring social and cultural themes, in particular groups of people that share a common identity. His editorial & documentary work takes him to many different locations around the world, commissioned by leading publications including, Dazed Digital, Sunday Telegraph Magazine, Sunday Times Magazine, ATOD Magazine L.A and Vice. He is currently based in Dublin, Ireland.


53. Vera Ryklova (b.1974) Untitled #5001, from series Aesthetic Distance 2015 medium format colour film photograph / archival pigment print mounted onto dibond in a silver aluminum frame signed on reverse 60 by 60 cm provenance: artist’s studio literature: VAI News Sheet January/February 2017 exhibited: shortlisted for the Hennessy Portrait Prize 2016, which exhibited at the National Gallery of Ireland €600 – €800 Vera Ryklova graduated in 2015 from the IADT, Dún Laoghaire with a BA (Hons) in Photography. She explores the relationship between performance and the sociology of the self through the medium of her own body that takes form of performed video/photographic self-portraits. Most recently Ryklova presented her first solo exhibition at Triskel Arts Centre in Cork. She has also exhibited in group exhibitions at the RHA in Dublin, the VISUAL Carlow, the RUA in Belfast, and at FiLiA feminist conference. She was shortlisted for the Hennessy Portrait Prize 2016, which exhibited at the NGI, and she is the winner of 2017 Hotron Art Works Prize for work by a recent graduate. Her work is included in the Art Collection of Trinity College Dublin.

54. David Lunney (b.1988) A Walk at Kilmashogue Passage Tomb No.1 2018 photography, digital collage, various framing techniques, acrylic, string and ribbon signed on reverse 55 by 65cm provenance: artist’s studio €800 – €1200 I am a Dublin based artist. I use a wide variety of materials and processes to examine themes such as landscape, reflection, point of view and making. In 2018 I had 3 solo-shows; Pallas Projects (Dublin, MART Gallery and Galleri Elgen, Norway). I am currently reflecting on these recent achievements and the artwork created. I have complex and ambitious plans for my next set of exhibitions for 2019/20. I have begun working with Arts Council Next Generation Award Winner Eleanor McCaughey on a collaborative project Bedeck. This will be a meeting of our practices, using lengthy processes which emphasise both realistic and expressionistic approaches to depiction, pattern and inherited cultural aesthetics. We have secured a two-person show in Platform Arts, Belfast (June ’19).


55. Joan Coen (b. 1946) Head 2015 oil on board signed on back of painting 31 by 26 cm provenance: artist’s studio €300 – €500 I have shown in Art Centres in Ireland, eg PortLaoise, Garter Lane , Waterford and in the National Folk Theatre in Tralee, 2017, MFA exhibition in NCAD 2014. I am an Irish Language poet and write under the name of Siobhán Ní Shíthigh. I hold a literary award and am also an Hon. Fellow in Writing of the University of Iowa.

56. Julia Dubsky (b. 1990) blue blue electric blue is the colour of my room that I live in 2018 oil on canvas 56 by 76 by 2.5 cm provenance: artist’s studio €1500 – €2000

Julia Dubsky (b. 1990, Dublin) graduated from the National College of Art and Design BA in Fine Art and Visual Culture in 2016. She received the Temple Bar Gallery and Studios Recent Graduate Residency Award in April 2017 until May 2018. Currently exhibiting in a group exhibition in Galerie Christian Lethert, Cologne, curated by Fergus Feehily: ‘Tauchgang’ JULIA DUBSKY | SOPHIE ERLUND | PIUS FOX | ROMAN GYSIN | KATHRIN SONNTAG | MARK SWORDS | MIROSLAV TICHÝ . Upcoming: a solo exhibition in Amanda Wilkinson Gallery, London (Sepetmber 2019). Recently: A painting purchased by the Office of Public Works, toured in the cross-boarder exhibition Untitled [landscape]; and a two-person exhibition in Pallas Projects and Studios in November 2018 with Kyle McDonald.


Ailbhe Ní Bhriain is an Irish artist known for her use of film, computer generated imagery and photography. Her work is exhibited widely nationally and internationally with exhibtions at RHA, Dublin; Broad Museum, Michigan; Domobaal Gallery, London; Paris Photo; Reina Sofia Museum Museum, Madrid; Caixa Forum, Barcelona; Centre of Contemporary Art, Thessaloniki; and Centrale, Brussels among others. Recent commissions include One Here Now: The Brian O’Doherty/Patrick Ireland Project, curated by Miranda Driscoll (2019) and Passages, curated by Mary Hickson and Bryce Dessner for Sound from a Safe Harbour (2015). Ailbhe Ní Bhriain is represented by Domobaal Gallery, London. Public collections include Trinity College Dublin, The Arts Council of Ireland and The Office of Public Works.

57. Ailbhe Ní Bhriain (b. 1978) Inscriptions (#6), 2017 Pigment baryta print Edition 10 Presented in a raw american black walnut box frame with clarity glass. signed on reverse of frame 34 by 45 cm exhibited: Galway International Arts Festival, Galway; Domobaal Gallery, London

58. Keith Wilson (b.1971) From the Gardens,16 2008 oil on panel signed lower right corner 37 by 40 cm provenance: artist’s studio exhibited: The library Project, Dublin in an exhibition titled Anicca.

€600 – €800

€1000 – €1500 Keith Wilson studied at Methodist College, Belfast, the University of Ulster and at Edinburgh College of Art, Scotland, gaining an Honours Degree in Visual Communication and a further Postgraduate Diploma in Illustration. His many awards include the Axa Insurance drawing prize and the Hennessy-Craig Scholarship award, both at the Royal Hibernian Academy, Dublin. He was the recipient of the Mayo County Council Bursary Award, shortlisted for the Golden Fleece Award in Dublin and commissioned by The Gallery Press to produce a series of images to accompany ‘Wayside Shrines’ by poet Paul Muldoon. In 2018 he was the recipient of a Pollock-Krasner Foundation grant. He is represented in Ireland by the Oliver Sears Gallery, Dublin.


59. Ciarán Murphy (b.1978) sighting (study) 2013 oil on linen signed on reverse 25 by 35 cm provenance: artist’s studio €2000 – €3000

Murphy has exhibited Nationally and Internationally over the past 15 years. Group and solo shows in IMMA, Douglas Hyde Gallery, Grimm Gallery, Amsterdam, New york. Kavi Gupta Gallery Chicago. Upcoming solo show in the RHA, 2020.

60. Robert Dunne (b.1968) Untitled 2019, plaster, wood, paint, perspex signed on reverse 37 by 42 by 9 cm provenance: artist’s studio €1000 – €1500 Robert Dunne (b.1968 Ireland) and lives in Co Kilkenny. He has exhibited in Europe and America, he has had three solo shows in the last two years, one in the Theca Gallery, Milan, Italy, Linenhall Art Centre,Co Mayo and Pallas Studios, Dublin. He studied in the Cleveland Institute of Art, School of the Museum of Fine Art, Boston, and received his BFA from the National School of Art and Design. Dunne works mainly with plaster and used wood, and says his work “is a way to reframe our `made` environment. I try to capture physical and visual elements of my surroundings and reimagine, juxtapose and alter their structure and meaning to make new but vaguely familiar scenarios”.


61. Willie Doherty (b.1959) Condemnation 2019 Framed pigment print (Unique) 40 by 60 cm provenance: artist’s studio / Kerlin Gallery €1000 – €1500

Since the 1980s, Willie Doherty has been a pioneering figure in contemporary art film and photography. At once highly seductive and visually disorientating, Doherty’s artworks tend to begin as responses to specific terrains (most often mysterious isolated settings; places, we suspect, with a troubled past) and evolve as complex reflections on how we look at such locations – or on what stories might be told about their hidden histories. Doherty has exhibited in many of the world’s leading museums, including the CAM Gulbenkian, Lisbon; Museum De Pont, Tilburg; IMMA, Dublin; SMK, Copenhagen; Fruitmarket, Edinburgh; TATE, London; Modern Art Oxford; Dallas Museum of Art; Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York; Neue Galerie, Kassel; Kunsthalle Bern; Kunstverein München; Kunstverein Hamburg and the Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville, Paris. He was nominated twice for the Turner Prize and has participated in major international exhibitions including Documenta, Manifesta, the Carnegie International, and the Venice, São Paulo and Istanbul biennales. Willie has exhibited with Pallas Projects in Periodical Review 20/16—Selected by Brian Duggan, Sarah Glennie, Jenny Haughton & Declan Long.


62. Amanda Coogan (b.1971) Snails, After Alice Maher, Live 2010, photograph from a live performance signed on reverse provenance: artist’s studio 29.4 y literature/exhibited: This was part of a suite of work I made in commission from IMMA for their Altered Images exhibition in 2009/2010. It will be exhibited again in the Highlanes Gallery’s Entangled Affinities in November this year. €200– €300 Amanda Coogan is an internationally recognised and critically acclaimed artist working across the medias of live art, performance, sculpture and installation. The Irish Times have said, ‘Coogan, whose work usually entails ritual, endurance and cultural iconography, is the leading practitioner of performance in the country’. Her extraordinary work is challenging, provocative and always visually stimulating. Using gesture and context she makes allegorical and poetic works that are multi-faceted, and challenge expected contexts. The body, as a site of resistance, is the centrality of Coogan’s work. Her expertise lies in her ability to condense an idea to its very essence and communicate it through her body. She is one of the most dynamic contemporary artists practising in live art.

63. Eve Woods (b.1990) VeRY diSAPpoiNTIng 2019 oil and acrylic on gesso board signed on reverse 22 by 28 cm provenance: artist’s studio €250– €350 Eve Woods is a visual artist and curator based in Dublin City. Her practice investigates the human condition with a focus on belief systems and their mediation through the internet. She holds an MA in Visual Arts Practices from IADT, BSc. Digital Technology & Design from DIT and BA. in Fine Art Painting from GMIT. Her work has been included in: ‘Smile’ (solo as part of PP/S Artist-Initiated Projects 2017), F.Festival Gallery 2017, PP/S 20 Year Anniversary Benefit Auction, Peachy Dublin, Artists Among Us, Group of Writing People Zine, ‘Temporary Sights’ curated by Siobhan Mooney, MART Gallery (2014) & RDS Visual Art Awards (2012).


64. Gemma Browne (b.1966) Lady Head-Hopeful 2019 acrylic on linen signed on reverse 30 by 40 cm provenance: artist’s studio €400 – €600 Born in London, UK. Lives and works in Dublin. Recent shows include Paper Cuts, Saatchi Gallery, London, SuprEYES at the Lexicon Gallery, Dun Laoghaire, Faces, Places and Spaces at New Art Projects, London and When Supplies Last in Seattle. Upcoming shows include GIFC at Agnes B HQ in Paris and at The Hole Gallery, New York. She has shown in numerous galleries in Ireland including the Crawford Gallery, the Hugh Lane, Hunt Museum, Glucksmann Gallery, Eurojet Futures at the RHA Gallery and several solo and group shows at the Kevin Kavanagh Gallery to name a few. She has also shown with Pallas Contemporay Projects in Fresh Fruit, Paper Works and other shows and is included in the Pallas Heights publication. Recent publications incude Art Maze Mag,Circa and Into the Light-The Arts Council-60 years of supporting the arts. She has received many awards from the Arts Council including bursaries and travel grants. She has work in many private collections and public collections include The Arts Council of Ireland, OPW, AXA Insurance, Bank of Ireland and the University of Central England. She received an M.A Fine Art from Birmingham Institute of Art and Design(UCE),UK in 1993

65. Gemma Browne (b.1966) Not at Home 2018 acrylic on linen signed on reverse 31 by 41 cm provenance: artist’s studio literature: New Art Projects, The Art Newspaper, WIA website, ArtRabbit exhibited:New Art Projects, London,` Faces,Places Spaces`, Contemporary Painting in the UK, ,curated by Hedley Roberts and Fred Mann, 2018 €300 – €400


66. Sarah Farrell Sicilian Mackerel 2007, copperplate ctching & carborundum on paper Image 490mm by 385mm on paper measuring 560mm by 450mm, edition of 25 provenance: artist’s studio €150 – €250 Sarah Farrell completed studies in NCAD with a first class distinction in 2012 following a career as a barrister specialising in human rights, immigration, family and child protection law. She works from a studio at Pallas Projects/Studios and is currently researching and developing a new body of work focussed on vulnerability, emotional resilience and our capacity to negotiate the unpredictable. Her practice centres on painting, drawing, photography and sculptural forms. She was Incubate Artist in Residence in Draoícht April – June 2018 and her work will feature in a group show in Draíocht in June 2019. Since graduation, she has exhibited in group shows in Pallas Projects/Studios, Block T and in Birr Theatre & Arts Centre.

67. David Eager Maher (b.1979) The Way 2014 oil on panel signed on reverse 40 by 30 cm provenance: Galerie Drei Ringe, Leipzig exhibited: Galerie Drei Ringe, Leipzig €900 – €1200 “Within David Eager Maher’s compositions, boundaries between lived interiors and fantastical exotica are in constant flux. They exemplify a merging of worlds ­ natural and domestic, dream and reality, ostentation and reticence. Within them there is a conflation of living, collecting, and art making. In many­ways Eager Maher’s compositions describe dreams and follies, mediated through the colours and contours in their surroundings.” – Ingrid Lyons 2016 Recent solo exhibitions include, Dream Head, Jarmuschek + Partner, Berlin, 2018. Locus, Oliver Sears Gallery. Villa, Galerie Drei Ringe, Leipzig, 2017. Paper Tress, Pallas Projects Dublin, 2016. Inheritance, Galerie Drei Ringe Leipzig, 2015. He is the recipient of several awards including, Arts Council of Ireland Bursary 2016. The Golden Fleece Award 2015 (merit prize) The Whytes Auctioneers Award 2013, The Thomas Damman Memorial Trust Award 2013.


68. Lesley Ann O’Connell (b.1985) Bay 2018 oil on canvas 50 by 40 cm provenance: artist’s studio exhibited: Kevin Kavanagh Gallery as part of Island Life exhibition (July 2018) €400 –€600

Lesley-Ann O’Connell is an artist from County Meath. She graduated with a Bachelor and a Masters in Fine Art Painting from NCAD in 2008 and 2014. Between 2009 and 2018 she has exhibited in Dublin showing work with different galleries including NCAD, Monster Truck, Taylor Galleries, SO Fine Art Editions. She has exhibited with Pallas Projects/Studio three times, including her first solo show Surface in Motion (2015). Recently, she has shown with Kevin Kavanagh Gallery for group exhibition Island Life (2018). Country-wide, she has participated in group shows with Solstice Arts Centre, Visual, The Model and Custom House Studios.

69. Caoimhe Kilfeather (b.1979) Untitled 2019 slip cast ceramic tiles 30 by 12 cm provenance: artist’s studio literature: Caoimhe Kilfeather, this attentive place, TBG+S- John Graham, VAN Magazine, Sept/Oct 2014; Caoimhe Kilfeather, TBG+S -=Ed Krčma, Enclave Review, Autumn 2014 exhibited: Earlier version of it shown in TBG+S, Pallas Projects. €400 – €600

Caoimhe Kilfeather studied at the National College of Art Design, Dublin and the Slade School of Fine Art, London. Her work is predominantly sculptural and often generated through intuitive processes alongside more targeted research. The affect and experience of different materials, light conditions and scales is integral to the development of the work. Recent solo exhibitions include Elemental at the Uillinn (2019), season and evening and weather and history at the Douglas Hyde Gallery (2017) and this attentive place at Temple Bar Gallery + Studios (2014). Her work is included in many national collections such as IMMA, the OPW and the Arts Council. She lectures in Sculpture and Combined Media at the Limerick School of Art and Design.


70. Atsushi Kaga (b.1978) Taking shelter with hydrangea acrylic on MDF 16.5 by 22 cm provenance: artist’s studio €1200 – €1800

Atsushi Kaga is a Japanese visual artist, working in mixed media, painting, drawing, animation and sculpture. He is best known for his practice steeped in popular culture. Born in 1978 in Tokyo, the artist got his education at the National College of Art and Design – NCAD in Dublin, where he got his BA in Fine Art Painting in 2005. Atsushi also got a diploma at Coláiste Stiofáin Naofa, Cork, in 2001. His work will be included in the Maho Kubota Gallery’s booth at Busan art fair in Korea in May, and have a solo presentation at Dangai art fair in Taipei in January 2019 by Mother’s Tankstation Limited.


71. Donald Teskey (b.1956) Turning 2016 acrylic on paper mounted on panel signed lower left provenance: artist’s studio €4000 – €6000

Born in County Limerick and graduated from Limerick School of Art and Design. Elected to Aosdana in 2006 and is a member of the Royal Hibernian Academy since 2003. Awards and artist residencies include Centre Culturel Irlandais in Paris, The Vermont Studio Centre VT; The Josef and Annie Albers Foundation CT; Swarthmore College PA; Model Arts Centre, Sligo; Ballinglen Arts Foundation, Co. Mayo; Exhibitions include solo shows at Oliver Sears Gallery, Dublin; Art First, London; The List Gallery at Swarthmore College PA; The Hunt Museum, Limerick; Limerick City Gallery of Art; Ballina Arts Festival, Co. Mayo. Collections include IMMA, National Gallery of Ireland, National Drawing Collection, OPW, Arts Council, Yale University Art Gallery, Allied Irish Bank, Butler Gallery, Collections Worldwide.

72. Blaise Smith (b.1967) Woman’s Head (Anna) in the RHA School 2016 oil on board, 30 by 40 cm signed lfront and on reverse provenance: collection of the artist €600 – €800 Blaise Smith R.H.A. is one of Ireland’s leading Figurative painters. He was runner up in the National Gallery’s Zurich Portrait Prize 2018 with “My Parents”. The previous year he won the Irish Arts Review Portrait Prize with his much celebrated group portrait “8 Scientists” which was a portrait of Irish female Scientists for the Royal Irish Academy and Accenture’s “Women on Walls” Campaign. He has completed several Large scale commissions a 5 metre panorama of Waterford City in 2016 and and in 2012 - SCHOOLWORK - twenty paintings portraying life in a Carlow School. He has had numerous solo shows and his work is held in many Public and Private Collections.


73. Brendan Earley (b.1971) Interior, Blue 2017 pen and marker on paper, cardboard, coloured paper signed on reverse of paper

29 by 21 cm provenance: artist’s studio exhibited: Back of Beyond, Gallery 2, DHG 2017 €1200 – €1800

Brendan Earley, born 1971. Lives and works in Wicklow. After graduating from NCAD with first class honours spent number of years travelling before receiving the Fulbright scholarship to attend Hunter College, New York City. Graduated with a Master in Fine Art in 1999 and returned to Dublin where he exhibits regularly. Exhibitions include Artist Space New York, Ars Electronica, Austria and Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin. He was awarded his PhD in 2010 from the National College of Art and Design, Dublin and recently had a major solo show in RHA, Dublin. His work is in a number of public and private collections. He is represented by mother’s tankstation.


37A. Nan Goldin (b.1953) The Singing Pub, Co. Donegal, Ireland 2002 Archival Pigment Limited Edition Print, on TECCO PHG 260 Highgloss. Mounted on Dibond Edition of 50, signed and numbered on an attached plate €1200 – €1500

Nan Goldin (born 1953, Washington, D.C., U.S.) is one of the most c ompelling and internationally renowned photographers working today. Please be aware that there are a number of conditions that the artist has asked to be put in place regarding this particular Edition, in particular a 5 year no re-sell clause and first refusal to purchase the work after the initial 5 year period.



Maguire, Brian: 42

Browne, Gemma: 49 Byrne, Pat: 14

Mac Athlaoich, Colm: 40 Mayhew, Jonathan: 23

Coen, Joan: 44 Coogan, Amanda: 48 Crotty, Colin: 19

Martin, Fergus: 34 Maher, David Eager: 50 McCarthy, Caroline: 22

Cullen, Mark: 32

McCaughey, Eleanor: 31

Doherty, Willie: 47

McKenna, Lucy: 27

Douthit, Mollie: 21 Dubsky, Julia: 44

Meagher, Darina: 39 Miller, Nick: 14

Duggan, Brian: 38 Dunne, Gabhann: 13 Dunne, Robert: 46

Molloy, Sean: 16 Murphy, Ciaran: 46 Murphy, Gavin: 27

Dunne, Stephen: 33 Earley, Brendan: 54

Murphy, Shane: 37 Nolan, Isabel: 15

Farrell, Sarah: 50 Fay, Brian: 26

Ní Bhriain, Ailbhe: 45 O’Brien, Abigail: 35

Fitzgerald, Glenn: 36

O’Connell, Lesley-Ann: 51

Gillick, Liam: 24

O’Dea, Mick: 19

Goldin, Nan: 55 Grainger, Elaine: 18

O’Flaherty, Melissa: 28 Pilkington, Alison: 17

Graham, Patrick: 20 Hallahan, Paul: 29

Quinn, Ann: 17 Rowe, Stephane: 41

Healy, Martin: 33

Ryklova, Vera: 43

Hillen, Sean: 32 Kaga, Atsushi: 52

Sealy, Una: 15 Smith, Blaise: 53

Kelly, Denis: 37

Smyth, Gerry Balfe: 42

Kilfeather, Caoimhe: 51

Spillane, Padraig: 25

Knezevic, Barbara: 39 Lawler, Gillian: 36

Teskey, Donald: 53 Tynan, Kathy: 13

Lipstein, Daniel: 41 López, Oscar Fouz: 30 Loughman, Stephen: 28

Vidal, Marcel: 35 Walker, Corban: 26 Welch, Lee: 21

Lucan, Salvatore of: 30 Lunney, David: 43

Whelan, Orla: 29 Wilson, Keith: 45

Lynch, Breda: 23

Woods, Eve: 48

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