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Khib.noNAME Eamon O´Kane
WORK TITLE Professor 100 %, visuell kunst, KU-leder
2001 MFA (Design Technology), Parsons School of Design, New School University, New
1998-99 Research Fellowship (Painting), Cheltenham & Gloucester College of Higher 1998 Master of Fine Art Degree (with Distinction), University of Ulster, Belfast 1996 B.A. Joint Honours Degree in History of Art and Fine Art Painting, (First Class
Artistic research results over the past 5 years
Sheldon Art Museum, Lincoln, Nebraska, USA
Josef Filipp Galerie, Leipzig, Germany
Gregory Lind Gallery, San Francisco, USA
In All Things, 126 Gallery, Galway, Ireland
There Is Another World, But It Is In This One, RARE Gallery, New York, USA.
Crawford Muncipal gallery, Cork, Ireland.
Der Glasraum, Gregory Lind Gallery, San Francisco, USA
Teilansicht, Filipp Rosbach Galerie, Leipzig, Germany
Architect's Study, 101 California, San Francisco, USA.
E-1027 + Le Cabanon, Seeline Gallery, Los Angeles, USA
ArtSway, New Forest, UK
Plan 9, Bristol, UK
Centre Culturel Irlandais, Paris, France
Art Karlsruhe (solo presentation), Karlsruhe, Germany
Seaside, Josef Filipp Galerie, Leipzig, Germany.
Odds, Odda, Norway.
Painting exhibition, Bergen Kjøtt, Bergen, Norway.
10th Anniversary Show, Gregory Lind Gallery, San Francisco, USA
MOCA Fresh, Museum of Contemporary Art, LA, USA
ArtPad SF, San Francisco, USA
Overview, RCC, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal, Ireland
working.drawing, The Dock, Carrick on Shannon, Ireland
Are We there yet? MacGill Summer School, Glenties, Co. Donegal.
Rugby Art Collection exhibition, Rugby Art Gallery and Museum in Rugby, UK
Group exhibition, Cavanacor Gallery, Ireland
Dublin Contemporary 2011, Dublin, Ireland
Hellenic Foundation, Alexandria, Egypt.
The 43 Uses of Drawing, Rugby Art Gallery and Museum in Rugby, UK Luleå Art Biennial, LAB11, The House of Culture and The Regional Museum of Norbotten, Luleå, Sweden Ut i min hage – Nr. 19, Harstad, Norway. It's about Time, Ben Malz Gallery at Otis College of Art and Design, LA, USA Social Structures, Sun Valley Center for the Arts, Idaho, USA L'art de la rencontre, Galerie Favardin & de Verneuil, Paris lerie Favardin & de Verneuil, Paris ArtPad SF, San Francisco, USA DEARC: The RDS Taylor Art Award Exhibition - Celebrating 150 Years, RDS, Dublin, Ireland Figure and Ground, Cavanacor Gallery, Ireland Red, SOMA, Waterford, Ireland 2010 School Days Lewis Glucksman Gallery, Cork (IRL) Art-Report-Edition, Gallery ART-REPORT, Munich, Germany Artist's playgrounds, Micro Onde, Paris and touring to Le Quartier, Quimper, Brittany, FR An Eire of the Senses, Irish Pavilion, World Expo, Shanghai China, and touring to 3 other venues HAUTE. Curated by Roman Stollenwerk, Wignall Museum of Contemporary Art at Chaffey College, Rancho Cucamonga, CA STAY: Simply to Authenticate Yourself - Thomas Thiede & Eamon O'Kane Public Art Project commissioned by Munich City Council, Munich, Germany Smokescreen, Gallery ART-REPORT + Project space WELTRAUM, Munich, Germany Munich Contempo, International Contemporary Art Fair, Munich, Germany Contemporary Istanbul, International Contemporary Art Fair, Istanbul, Turkey Territories, Galerie Schuster, Miami, USA Noughties but Nice: 21st Century Irish Art, premiered in 2009 Limerick City Gallery of Art before touring to Letterkenny Regional Cultural Centre in Donegal, Solstice Arts Centre in Navan, Meath and VISUAL in Carlow throughout 2010. From My Universe: Objects of Desire, Seeline Gallery, Los Angeles, USA. 2009 OPEN ev+a 2009 - ‘Reading the City’, Limerick, Ireland ‘Into Irish Drawing’, Limerick City Gallery of Art, Ireland; Civic Arts Centre, Hengelo, NL, Centre Culturel Irlandais, Paris; MCAC, Portadown, N. Ireland 2010. Two person exhibition, Mogadishni, Copenhagen, Denmark 10 Year anniversary exhibition, Campus Galerie, Bayreuth, Germany ROOM COLLABORATORS, ROOM, London, UK Drawing Eire (Invited), 411 Galleries, Shanghai, touring to Hangzhou and Beijing, China Grants and Awards
2011 Imagine Ireland: Culture Ireland Grant
2010 Culture Ireland Grant
Travel Grant, Gæsteatelier Hollufgård, Odense, Denmark
2013 Interactive Commission, Saffron Gardens, Bristol, UK (Brunelcare, Willis Newson
and Bristol City Council)
2012 Foyer Commission, Saffron Gardens, Bristol (as above)
‘The Matter of Existence’ Nadja Bournonville, catalogue essay, 2010
Publications and Reviews
2012 Hyperdrawing: beyond the Lines of Contemporary Art Hardback book
Creative Ireland - Visual Arts Edited by Noel Kelly and Sean Kissane
Dublin Contemporary 2011, Catalogue
Isobel Harbison, School Days: The Look of Learning, Lewis Glucksman Gallery, Frieze,
Issue 137, March 2011
Maeve Connolly, School Days: The Look of Learning, Art Monthly
Article in SpinArt - Rundgang durch die Spinnerei-Galerien, Leipzig
Article in Leipziger Volkszeitung, Kunst in der Spinnerei 09/07/2010
Article in edition of Building Material published by AAI.
Sharon Mizota, Eamon O´Kane at See Line Gallery, LA Times, March 19, 2010
‘Neverlands. Architecture and the City in the
Contemporary Arts’ GestaltSpacecraft 2 More Fleeting Architecture and HideoutsReview by David Trigg in CIRCA Art Magazine
'Plans For The Past and the Future' reviewed by David Trigg for a-n magazine Artists
‘CARTOGRAPHY: Artists + Maps’, published as a hardcover edition by Princeton
Dan Cameron, 'Partial View', Case Histories
Other relevant activities over the past 5 years
Presentation at International Froebel Conference, Dublin, Ireland
Bergen Conversations, University of Bergen, Norway
Dead Sea EDOM Scientific Research A study involving a European occupational therapist suffering from psoriasis who had obtained compensation from her health insurance in order to undergo therapy at the Dead Sea has lead to great interest in health funds in Denmark, Germany and other European Countries. This has resulted in their subsidizing treatment from the Dead Sea for people suffering from