Arena RTE : A Matter of Time

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A Matter of Time : Irish Times review 17/2/24

You know those artworks that stop you in your tracks?’ The
powerful A Matter of Time opens at the Crawford gallery
The 60 works by 25 Irish and international artists on show in Cork sing together in
ways that reveal richly evolving ideas
Gemma Tipton Sat Feb 17 2024 - 05:15

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The Irish Times 2024 in art: 10 shows to look out for over the next 12 months

The Irish Times
2024 in art: 10 shows to look out for over the next 12 months
As the world teeters on the brink of calamity, artists get busy exploring questions big and small
Gemma Tipton
Sat Dec 30 2023
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A Matter of Time : Crawford Art Gallery, Cork: Opening 16-2-24

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In Residence III : Cromwell Place, London

FullMoonRed Dust-2017-23

"Red dust – full moon”, Nick Miller, 2017-23, oil on linen, 112 x 97 cm

Showing at In Residence III
Cromwell place, London, SW7 2JE
20th June-1st July

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Patrick Hall @ Fergus McCaffrey Gallery, New York

Patrick Hall Opening Reception

I am delighted to say that I have been working with Fergus McCaffrey Gallery in New York to help realise two shows celebrating the work of Patrick Hall.

At eighty eight, this is Patrick’s first New York solo exhibition, and opens on Friday 5th May, 6-8pm in the 26th Street, Chelsea gallery space, showing both historic and new work alongside a presentation at TEFAF New York, the following week.

Some of you may know that for the last number of years we have enjoyed a weekly collaborative studio practice bearing fruit with both joint shows and curatorial projects of his work. If you think you can make it to his opening, I will be there on Patrick’s behalf & it would be great to catch up.

Message me if around & feel free to share with those who may be interested.

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Close Encounters: National Gallery of Ireland Magazine, Feb 2023

Irish painter Nick Miller reflects on two decades of working encounters with different artists, and how they have informed his practice in the light of the purchase by the National Gallery of Ireland of four works from the recent joint exhibition, Sanctuary held with Patrick Hall

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PH Head”. 2022 ,Nick Miller ,Oil pastel and paint on canvas, 51 x 41 cm.
Collection of The National Gallery of Ireland

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After Beauty : SPIKE magazine, issue 74#

After Beauty: Issue 74#, SPIKE ART MAGAZINE

READ : From 7 Art Critics on Beauty | Martin Herbert

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Still Nature : Art Space Gallery, London.

Still Nature | Nick Miller
Art Space Gallery, London
9th Sept- 21st October

New Publication:
With Texts by Martin Herbert and Brian Treanor
Available from the gallery
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The Irish Times , VIDEO FEATURE Enda O'Dowd –SANCTUARY

Sanctuary: Nick Miller & Patrick Hall
Hillsboro Fine Art | Dublin | London | June 9th -0 July 9th 2022

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Sanctuary: Nick Miller & Patrick Hall @ Hillsboro Fine Art, Dublin

Sanctuary : Nick Miller & Patrick Hall
Hillsboro Fine Art
Opening : Thursday June 9th, 4-7pm
Exhibition continues until July 9th 2022
Hillsboro Fine Art
49 Parnell Square West
Dublin, D01 A971. Ireland

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Nick Miller | Sanctuary I . 2022 Oil pastel on canvas 64 x 61 cm


Patrick Hall | Working drawing 19, 2022 Ink and watercolour on paper 25.5 x 25.5 cm

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Words at Wilton Park – Dublin outdoor screenings May & June 2022

Words at Wilton Park :
The Living Canvas
May & June 2022
Public large scale screenings of art and literature in the park
Supported by
IPUT Real Estate

CLICK TO VIEW FILM The Colours (2013) : An animated poem. A time lapse- work commissioned by the Poetry Project
oem by: John F Deane Film © Nick Miller, 2012 Music © Steve Wickham

The Poetry Project

Various artists: Originally commissioned as part of the Culture Programme of Ireland’s EU Presidency in 2013.
The Poetry Project paired contemporary Irish poetry with videos by contemporary Irish artists. Words at Wilton Park presents a welcome chance to revisit some favourites. The Project was viewed over the course of the Presidency by people in more than one hundred countries.

Artists: Katherine Boucher Beug, Oliver Comerford, Nick Miller, Nigel Rolfe, Susan Tiger, John O’Connell, Grace Weir, Diana Copperwhite, David Farrell and Anne Ffrench.
Poets: Brendan Kennelly, Eavan Boland, John F Deane, Francis Harvey, Enda Wyley, Paula Meehan, Derek Mahon, Eiléan Ní Chuilleanáin, Harry Clifton and Iggy McGovern. Each film is approximately three minutes long.

The Poetry Project was a partnership between The Kinsale Arts Festival, The Royal Hibernian Academy and Poetry Ireland. It was supported by Culture Ireland and Foras na Gaeilge.

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