Studio Member Nimah Coffey has recently launched a new online shop. A number of her drawings such as this one ‘My cousin is better at cartwheels’ are available as beautiful digital prints. Visit https://tictail.com/niamhcoffey to see what else is on offer!
Studio member Niamh Coffey is exhibiting work in ‘Body | Battleground’ at A4 Sounds. The exhibition opens this evening at 6pm and continues until 29th July. All are welcome!
(Thinking About Blue Almonds) Chloe Brenan, Avalanches, Starlings, Gnats, digitised photograms on photo rag The displayed images are part of a larger series of images that explores the micro materiality of both the spoken and written word. The series takes text from Virginia Woolf’s novel To the Lighthouse as a kind of ‘ready made’, photographingContinue reading “Exhibition | Thinking About Blue Almonds”
(Thinking About Blue Almonds) Stay up late. Strange things happen when you’ve gone too far, been up too long, worked too hard, and you’re separated from the rest of the world. (Bruce Mau, The incomplete Manifesto for Growth) Ormond Studios is pleased to present its annual member exhibition ‘Thinking About Blue Almonds’, featured asContinue reading “Exhibition | Thinking About Blue Almonds”
Ormond Studios member Niamh Coffey was interviewed about her art practice by De Es. of ‘de/konstruk/cionez’ blog. The feature is called ‘PRE/HISTORIA MODERNA‘ and shares some interesting insights into Niamh’s work. Check it out here: http://www.dekonstrukcionez.com/niamh-coffey-interview
Studio member Niamh Coffey is exhibiting work in ‘Nasty Women Dublin’ at Pallas Projects/Studios, Dublin. Nasty Women Dublin is a fundraising exhibition that celebrates the strength and diversity of art by female artists in Ireland, and which acts to promote the cause of women’s rights, in particular reproductive rights and The Campaign to Repeal the 8th Amendment. ShowContinue reading “Niamh Coffey | Nasty Women Dublin | Pallas Projects/Studios Dublin”
Show opens Thursday 20th July (6-8pm) and runs until Sunday 23rd July, 2pm. Image: Detail of digital drawing by Ciara O’Neill, 2017