PAUL HALLAHAN

 

 

Kildare, Ireland

 

 

Lives and works in Dublin, Ireland

 

 

SOLO and TWO PERSON EXHIBITIONS

2019

- It's not the worst I have looked, just the most I have ever cared. Studio 11, TBG+S October

- back on the beach in the freezing sand (Paul Hallahan, Lee Welch),Garter Lane Gallery, Waterford, August - Oct

- and it was raining out of a low sky (Paul Hallahan, Lee Welch),sternview gallery, Cork, July

- Tone as is, Berlin Opticians Gallery, May

- and the tide was way out (Paul Hallahan, Lee Welch), DLR Lexicon Gallery, Dun Laoghaire, February

2018

- We, Ashford Gallery, RHA, Dublin, November

- the number called value, The Lab, Dublin, November

2017

- Paper thin walls, Eight Gallery, Dublin, August

2014

- What, Steambox Gallery, Dublin, March

2009

- Paintings, Soma, Waterford, August

GROUP EXHIBITIONS (selected)

2019

- (upcoming) ARRANGEMENTS, a project with writer/critic/artist James Merrigan, PPS, December

- BINGO!, Berlin Opticians Gallery, Dublin, June

2018

- Berlin Opticians Gallery Launch, Dublin, October

- Stream, The Sailors Home, Limerick, June

- Tell me, Garter lane Arts Centre, Waterford City, May

- Hermione exhibition, Alexandra College, Dublin, March

2017

- Periodical Review 7, Curated by RGKSKSRG, (Rachael Gilbourne and Kate Strain) and Mark Cullen and

Gavin Murphy, Pallas Gallery, Dublin, November

- VUE art fair, RHA, Eight Gallery, November

- Soul-Beating: An exhibition of painting told through the lens of film, [Robert Armstrong, Susan

Connolly, Diana Copperwhite, Colin Crotty, Brian O’Doherty, Damien Flood, Paul Hallahan, Mark

Joyce, Mark O’Kelly, Sheila Rennick, Emma Roche, Mark Swords, Kathy Tynan curated by James

Merrigan, Gorey School of Art, July

2016

- This is Water, Paul Hallahan, Lee Welch & Simon Cummins, Catalyst Arts, Belfast, February

- Mirror, Independent Studios, Dublin, December

- Painting Show, Queen Street Studios, Belfast, December

- Infra, Basic Space project, Gallery Eight, Dublin, September

- Small... far away, curated by Davey Moor and Peter Prendergast, Molesworth Gallery, Dublin, July

- Carlow Arts festival, Visual, June

2015

- Waterford Collection, RHA, September – December

- Too Soon, Too Late, Mart Project Space, Curated by Jonathan Carroll, June

2014

- Art in the Eastside, (billboard project) Creative Exchange Studios, Ulster Bank Festival at Queens,

Belfast, October

- Thirty, Garter lane Arts Centre, Waterford City, September

- Dumbfounded by Nature, Curated by Walter Phillips Gallery and TRUCK Contemporary Art, Banff

Centre, Canada, July

- STICK UP FIR-TREE, IRISHISE, Broadstone Studios, Dublin, February

2013

- I want to be your Dog, The Glue Factory, Glasgow, November

- F, S, P, Engage Studios Too many Dinner Parties project, 126 Gallery, July

2012

- Watching the river flow, Caminhos do Cinema Portugues, Centro de Artes Visuais in Copimbra,

Portugal, November

- TULCA , Curated by Greg McCartney, Galway, November

- Horizon Sprawl, Curated by Stéphanie Bertrand, Ormston House, Limerick, August

- Civilizing the Wilderness, Eigse 2012, Carlow, June

2011

- Undertow, Curated by Alice Maher and Aideen Barry, Ormston House Gallery & Barry The Lab,

Dublin December

- NLA (New living art), IMOCA, Dublin, October

- Neu/Now, Tallinn, Estonia, July

PUBLICATIONS and REVIEWS

- James Merrigan, silly renditions of human behavior, *hard copy only* April 2019

- This is tomorrow, and the tide was way out review, feb 2019 (link)

 

EDUCATION

 

- 2011 BA (Hons) in Visual Art, WIT

- 2005 classical Animation, BCFE

AWARDS

2019 Arts Council Bursary

2018 Temple Bar gallery and Studios Project Studio Award

2018 Golden Fleece Award

2018 Kildare County Artists Bursary

2015 Independent Studios residency

2015 Kildare County Artists Bursary

2013 Broadstone Invited Artists (BIA), Broadstone Studios

2012 Waterford City Council Arts Bursary

COLLECTIONS

Trinity College Dublin

IDA

The Office of Public Works

Waterford City Collection

Private Collections


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