Established in 1988, Kerlin Gallery continues today to provide the artists it represents with multiple platforms to promote and present their work locally, nationally and internationally; by supporting the visual arts ecology and infrastructure in the city of Dublin, from grassroots education to major institutions, the gallery invests in the present and the future. In 2018, Kerlin Gallery donated a major body of over 60 works by national and international artists, collected over thirty years, to the Irish Museum of Modern Art. Kerlin Gallery’s programme continues to be varied and truly international both in the gallery and abroad via five art fairs, incorporating younger generation, mid-career and long-established artists. In recent years, many of Kerlin Gallery’s artists have participated in Documenta, the Venice Biennale, and the Turner Prize, including Dorothy Cross, Gerard Byrne, Willie Doherty, Liam Gillick, Siobhán Hapaska, Callum Innes, Merlin James, Isabel Nolan, Kathy Prendergast and Sean Scully, amongst others. Recent Kerlin Gallery publications include Sean Scully, in association with De Pont Museum, Tilburg; a Brian Maguire monograph in association with Fergus McCaffrey Gallery, New York; Callum Innes, in association with Château La Coste, Aix-en-Provence and Merlin James, in association with Sikkema Jenkins & Co, New York.
Gallery Weekend Berlin launches its second event of the year with galleries presenting artists whose work is lesser known to the broader public.
Natalie Rudd, Senior Curator of the Arts Council Collection, discusses the touring exhibition Breaking the Mould: Sculpture by Women Since 1945.
The event promises a return to normalcy for art in New York City following over a year of cancellations, closures, and delays.
The Ocula Advisory team select six highlights from Art021 Shanghai Contemporary Art Fair's 8th edition.
'I'm the Donald Trump of the art world,' Sean Scully jokingly declared in the BBC documentary released in April this year about his art and life as one of the world's wealthiest living artists, in whi
VENICE — The two most arresting exhibitions I saw among the Venice Biennale's collateral displays were Sean Scully's Human and _Artists Need to Create on the Same Scale that Society Has the Capacit
The 58 th edition of the Venice Biennale, May You Live in Interesting Times curated by Ralph Rugoff–from London’s very own Hayward Gallery–proves to be as interesting as its title promises. Venice
When I became an art critic in 1981 one of the first artists I met and wrote about was Sean Scully. At that time I was teaching philosophy in Pittsburgh and he, having recently moved to New York, was
Kerlin Gallery is delighted to present Double-M, Double-X as the second exhibition of our autumn programme. Bringing together ten artists in a stimulating and eclectic presentation, this group show
Callum Innes is one of the leading abstract painters of his generation, widely recognised for the distinctive visual language of layering and removing pigment that he has developed over the past 20 ye
Artist Paul Winstanley speaks to historian, writer and broadcaster Charlotte Mullins about his new body of paintings and prints that depict the interiors of British art schools. During the summer mon
TateShots travelled to Edinburgh to meet Callum Innes, one of the artists featured in Tate Britain's 'Watercolour' exhibition.