Perspectives: Where is Irish Art Now? with Nick Miller
Perspectives is a series of talks exploring one question or idea from the point of view of different artists, writers, critics and curators.Nick Miller (London, 1962) is a leading Irish contemporary artist. He has pursued different ‘traditional’ genres of representation, including the figure, portraits, and still life, as well as landscape, adopting different modes of working in each case appropriate to his p articular concerns. Miller is a member of Aosdána since 2001 and has exhibited widely in Ireland and internationally including solo exhibitions at: The New York Studio School (2008), Limerick City Gallery (2008), Centre Culturel Irlandais, Paris (2007), Butler Gallery, Kilkenny Castle (2004), Royal Hibernian Academy, Dublin (2003), and Irish Museum of Modern Art Dublin (1994).
Perspectives is a series of talks exploring one question or idea from the point of view of different artists, writers, critics and curators. The current series invites artists to discuss their relationship to Ireland and Irish art history in their individual practices. Perspectives: Where is Irish Art Now? has been developed in conjunction with the exhibition From Highwood to Home: Highlights from a Private Collection, and is generously supported by Cork Institute of Technology / Crawford College of Art & Design.
|Category:||Arts and Cultural Events: Glucksman Gallery|
|Time:||13.00 - 14.00|
|Location:||Lewis Glucksman Gallery|
|Target Audience:||All welcome|
|Admission Price: €||Free|