Martin Boyle and Lorraine Burrell
The juxtaposition of the real with the imaginary has been of constant interest to Golden Thread Gallery and has led to the realisation of this exhibition, These Days are Persistent and Changeable.
The Golden Thread Gallery is delighted to present the VAI-Suki Tea 2015 Art Prize, featuring works by the five shortlisted artists: Colin Darke, Clodagh Emoe, Michael Hanna, Vera Klute, Elaine Leader in its Project Space this February through March.
Curated by PLACE in collaboration with Golden Thread Gallery, this exhibition follows the line connecting east and west Belfast. It interrupts the gallery as we travel around, under, over and through. Programmed as part of City as a Gallery, Desire Line plays with the poetic and anecdotal elements of Belfast’s visual culture referenced along this route.
A one-off food event to accompany the exhibition ‘G R O U P S H O W’, looking at alternative modes of curatorial representation.
L O N G T A B L E S M A L L P L A T E S is supported by Esmée Fairbairn Foundation.
Curated by Phillip McCrilly.
Stuart Calvin; Christopher Campbell; Erin Hagan; Brónach McGuiness; Sinead McKeever; Paul Moore; Sharon Murphy; John Rainey; Michael Sheppard.
‘G R O U P S H O W’ questions the legitimacy of the group show-format as a potential space for productive exchange.
The various works and the different critical perspectives coexist within a discourse of many voices, where the multiplicity of women's worlds and visions emerge...SHE DEVIL in Belfast will contribute to the wider international discourse with a special edition curated by a group of Irish and Northern Irish curators, selected by Peter Richards.
A never-ending journey, an infinite number of images. Limitless angles of light, colour, lines and patterns. There is no end-point, just the loop of new beginnings. Endless Wander is a two-person exhibition with Kevin Killen and Clement McAleer, curated by Sarah McAvera.
5.11.2015 - 30.11.2015 Invisible Barriers: Moving Images is a Creative Belfast project funded through the Arts Council of Northern Ireland and Belfast City Council and developed by Draw Down the Walls - a partnership between North Belfast Interface Network, Lower...
Dissolving Histories follows the acclaimed Collective Histories of Northern Irish Art series, which was conceived to explore the unreliable nature of history. While Dissolving Histories refers to this series, its purpose is to actively investigate the notion of history itself. Co-curated...