BIOGRAPHY

Lives and works in Dublin, Ireland

Education and Qualifications

2016, Masters in Fine Art (Distinction), Ruskin School of Art, Oxford University, UK

2015, Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Maine, US

2010, Degree in Fine Art (Distinction), National College of Art, Dublin, Ireland

Exhibitions

Solo Shows:

2017, Process Works, Temple Bar Gallery and Studios (Atrium Space), Dublin

2014, The Year of Disillusionment, Ulster University, Belfast, UK

2013, Made Undone, Futures 13, Royal Hibernian Academy, Dublin, Ireland

2012, Between Leaving and a Possible Return, The Lab, Foley St, Dublin, Ireland

2011, Changeable Limits, Ormond Studios, Dublin, Ireland (Graduate Award)

2011, Working Backwards, The Joinery, Arbour Hill, Dublin, Ireland (Graduate Award)

Group shows:

2017, Bloomberg New Contemporaries, Baltic Arts Centre, UK (Upcoming)

2017, Standard Exhibition, Artbox, Dublin

2016, Some Kind of Real, (three person), The Dock, Carrick-on-Shannon, Ireland

2016, MFA graduate exhibition Ruskin School of Art, University of Oxford, UK

2016, Carnage Visors, Rua Red, Dublin, Ireland

2016, Futures Anthology, Royal Hibernian Academy, Dublin, Ireland

2015, Common Street Arts, (curated by Michelle Grabner), Waterville, Maine, US

2015, What Is and What Might Be, Highlanes Gallery, Drogheda, Ireland

2014, Lacuna [2], Taylor Galleries, Dublin, Ireland

2013, Manhattan Rising, Richmond Street, Dublin, Ireland

2013, Catalyst Arts, Belfast, UK

2013, Housing a Pig, Flood Gallery, Dublin, Ireland

Awards

2017, Arts Council Ireland Bursary Award, Dublin

2015, Arts Council Ireland Bursary Award, Dublin,

2015, Fellowship to the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, US, June-Aug

2015, Arts Council Travel and Training Award, June

2014, Membership Studio at Temple Bar Gallery and Studios, May

2013, Arts Council Ireland Bursary Award, Dublin, March

2012, Hennessey Craig Scholarship, Royal Hibernian Academy, Dublin

2012, Short-listed for the Royal Academy Schools, London

2011, Short-listed for Red Stables Irish Residential Studio Award

2011, The Joinery, Arbour Hill, Dublin, Solo Show

2011, Ormond Studios Residency and Solo Show, Dublin


Bibliography:

06.07.12, The Irish Times, Aidan Dunne,Lost and Fond and Reworked,

http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/features/2012/0706/1224319502202.html

2011, Paper Visual Art, Roisin Russell, http://papervisualart.com/?p=4671

2010, Irish Arts Review, Autumn 2010, Vol 27 No. 3.

2010, The Irish Times, ‘Watch out for the canaries in the coal-mine’, Aidan Dunne, Saturday 19th June, 2010