Archive

  • PLAN X
  • PLAN X

    • 5th August -
      5th September, 2006
  • ASHP, Stadium Youth, Newington Residents Association, Cornerhouse Community Centre & Ardoyne Young Women’s Group.
  • The Soft Estate
  • The Soft Estate

    • 6th May -
      2nd July, 2006
  • The Soft Estate An exhibition of works by: Philip Napier and Michael Hogg. The Soft Estate is the name given to that area which lies between the Hard Shoulder and the Visual Amenity (which is the view beyond) Philip Napier...
  • 2006-2077
  • 2006-2077

    • 11th March -
      22nd April, 2006
  • 2006-2077 An exhibition of works by Delcy Morelos The Golden Thread Gallery cordially invites you to join us in the launch of 2006 -2077, a major solo exhibition of new paintings by Delcy Morelos, an artist living and working in...
  • The Subjects
  • The Subjects

    • 3rd December -
      14th January, 2006
  • The exhibition uses drawing, photography, and video, in order to investigate the problems inherent within an ‘indexical’ reading of representation.
  • PREPOSSESSION
  • PREPOSSESSION

    • 17th September -
      8th October, 2005
  • Curated by Liam Kelly (Belfast), Jill Bennett (Sydney) and Felicity Fenner (Sydney), Prepossession is a group exhibition of mainly video-based and photographic work, focusing around the issue of trauma.
  • splace
  • splace

    • 6th August -
      3rd September, 2005
  • Sims' interest lies in the way space holds traces of different pasts, and collectively juxtaposes iconography and artifacts.
  • A SMALL URBAN INVENTORY: A selection of Belfast Sagas
  • A SMALL URBAN INVENTORY: A selection of Belfast Sagas

    • 4th March -
      23rd April, 2005
  • A Small Urban Inventory: A selection of Belfast Sagas An exhibition of works by Aisling O'Beirn There was a Belfast character that used to walk the city streets with a toothless lion on a lead. His name was Buck Alec...
  • Manifold
  • Manifold

    • 12th February -
      26th March, 2005
  • Manifold An exhibition of works by Gary Shaw at The Grove Gallery, Downpatrick. A colorful series of abstract paintings that incorporate the language of International Maritime Signal Flags. Supported by Arts Council of Northern Ireland and Belfast City Council  
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