Kerlin Gallery

Kerlin Gallery
Liam Gillick, Rescinded Production, 2008, Powder-coated aluminium, Plexiglas, 200 x 240 x 240 cm

Courtesy the artist and Kerlin Gallery
Located at M01

Gallery Information

Established in Dublin 1988, Kerlin Gallery has built its international reputation through the representation of leading contemporary artists both from Ireland
and abroad. In recent years, the gallery has produced significant solo shows with Liam Gillick, Willie Doherty, Siobhan Hapaska, Phil Collins, David Godbold,
Mark Francis, Jaki Irvine, Elizabeth Magill, Sean Scully and Paul Winstanley amongst others.
Over the last two decades the gallery programme has reflected significant trends in international contemporary art with several memorable highlights in both the solo and group exhibitions including Martin Kippenberger and Albert Oehlen (1991), Andy Warhol (1993), Sean Scully (1994, 2004, 2007), and Hiroshi Sugimoto (1996, 2000).
Critically noted curated group exhibitions include ‘Newfound Landscape’, with Uta Barth, Oliver Boberg, Jeff Burton, Walter Niedermayer and Esko Manniko; ‘Kin’,
with John Currin, Cheryl Donegan, Ellen Gallagher and Sean Landers, and ‘Architecture Schmarchitecture’with Isa Genzken, Liam Gillick, Roger Hiorns, Jim Lambie, Sarah Moris and Thomas Scheibitz.
Several gallery artists have been shortlisted for the Turner prize including Phil Collins (2006), Willie Doherty (1994, 2003), Liam Gillick (2002), Callum Innes
(1995), Stephen Mc Kenna (1986) and Sean Scully (1989, 1993). The gallery has also supported artists exhibiting at Venice Biennale since 1988 including Dorothy Cross, Willie Doherty, Liam Gillick, Siobhán Hapaska, Jaki Irvine, Merlin James, William McKeown, Isabel Nolan and Kathy Prendergast (winner of the Premio Nuovo Award 1995). 

Kerlin Gallery
Anne’s Lane, South Anne Street
Dublin, D2, Ireland

+ 35 3 1670 9093


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