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DAMN FINE NEWS

CLANDESTINE, An Exhibition of new print works By Neil Dunne

Eric Greene

Damn Fine Gallery proudly presents Clandestine, a solo exhibition of new screenprint works by printmaker Neil Dunne.

Neil is a hotly-tipped emerging talent whose pieces are already much sought after by both tastemakers and respected collectors alike on the Irish art scene.

Clandestine is his latest portfolio of hand-printed pieces and comprises of 5 abstract limited edition works all screenprinted at Damn Fine Print.

Created using a complex series of layers including drawings, photographs and found objects, Dunne aims to mix the abstraction of form and colour with suggestions of structure and architectural influence to spark the imagination of his audience.

By adding gestural mark making to develop depth and scale, these pieces comment on the material world and deconstruct the artist’s physical surroundings as he goes about his work.

An opening reception will be held on Thursday Sept 29th , 6 - 9:30 pm.

Join us for an exclusive preview of this new exhibition.


 

Clandestine will run from from September 29th through to October 26th . 
Gallery hours are Monday-Friday, 12am-6pm or by appointment.

For further information, please contact kim@damnfineprint.com  or call 0872821969

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ABOUT THE ARTIST: 

Dunne’s art has been exhibited internationally and he has won numerous awards for his work. In 2013 he was presented with the Mary Cawley Travel Bursary to work at Dieu Donne in New York.


He went on to win the AXA Insurance Award in 2014, the OPW purchase award in 2014 and was shortlisted for the Student Legacy Prize at the Hamilton Gallery in 2016.

A graduate of Fine Art and Printmaking at NCAD he was also award the college’s prestigious postgraduate scholarship from 2015-2017.