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Contemporary art in Galway city!
Transcript of Contemporary art in Galway city!
Owned & managed by galway harbour company.
From March 2012-April 2013 ADAPT GALWAY will take over the space for projects & exhibitions by artists based in Galway.
http://www.theshedgallery.com/ The shed, Galway Made his reputation with a series of monumental sculptural installations & public artworks in the 1980's
''PRECIOUS LIGHT'' is based on the king James bible
Its visualized in a series of enormous photographic collages & sculptures. DAVID MACH ‘Play is nothing if not an open and unreserved challenge to everything opposed to play.
'Georges Bataille UNREQUITED HATRED @ THE SHED GALLERY AN EXHIBITION FOR GALWAY GAY PRIDE WITH WORKS BY AND DEALING WITH LESBIAN,GAY AND TRANSGENDER ISSUES
It was held in BAR NO.8 and the cafe in the Galway city museum. GALWAY GAY PRIDE ART EXHIBITION Darren Barrett, Alan Bulfin, Daniel Cunniffe, Terrance Erraght, Neven Lahart....... Irish pride. Wendy Wright a high or inordinate opinion of one's own dignity, importance, merit, or superiority, whether as cherished in the mind or as displayed in bearing, conduct, etc. ‘Sugar, Spice and puppy-dogs’ tails……’
For this collection of portraits I have focused on the subject of androgyny and gender ambiguity. The idea that gender is not a clearly defined matter of either ‘male’ or ‘female’ but rather a personal compilation of ‘masculine’ and ‘feminine’ attributes is something that I have always found fascinating and empowering.
This sense of ambiguity and freedom is further explored through my choice of methods and materials. Not only by eschewing a traditional colour palette but also through the incorporation of several different types of paint in a single image. Peter Bradley