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b. 1968, United Kingdom

Pádraig Timoney Biography

At the core of Pádraig Timoney’s practice is an ongoing inquiry into the mechanics of image-making—each canvas represents its own investigation into the ways images are constructed, or reconstructed through painting. Resisting a singular style, Timoney’s works are instead united in approach; each painting aims to seamlessly connect a chosen image with both material and process. Often inventing new processes as a result, the works function as an index or record of decisions made, while reveling in the shortcomings in the medium itself. By including the errors of translation and the faultiness of recognition, abstraction and figuration never seem too far apart, often appearing on the verge of collapsing into one another. Through these divergent modes, his exhibitions in turn document a specific duration of time and research in the studio, rather than a traditional artistic thesis.

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Pádraig Timoney (b. 1968, Derry, Ireland) lives and works in Brooklyn. Solo exhibitions of his work include Lulu, Mexico City (2018), There was a Study Done, Cleopatras, Brooklyn (2017), a lu tiempo de..., curated by Alessandro Rabbotini, Museo Madre, Naples (2014), and Fontwell Helix Feely, Raven Row, London (2013), among others. Timoney has participated in numerous group exhibitions, which include Markers, David Zwirner, London (2017), The Painting Show, Contemporary Art Centre, Vilnius (2016), travelled to Limerick City Gallery of Art, Limerick (2017), and Collected by Thea Westreich Wagner and Ethan Wagner, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris (2016). His work is included in the permanent collections of the Albright–Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, Museo Madre, Naples, the Arts Council England, and the Arts Council Ireland, among others.

Pádraig Timoney Featured Artworks

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Untitled by Pádraig Timoney contemporary artwork
Pádraig TimoneyUntitled, 2018Oil on canvas
157.8 x 127.3 x 3.8 cm
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Not To Put Too Fine A Point On It... 9 by Pádraig Timoney contemporary artwork
Pádraig TimoneyNot To Put Too Fine A Point On It... 9, 2019Indian ink and rabbitskin glue on canvas
83.8 x 111.8 x 3.8 cm
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The Scrambled Eggs Salute The Trifle by Pádraig Timoney contemporary artwork
Pádraig TimoneyThe Scrambled Eggs Salute The Trifle, 2016Oil on canvas
206 x 254 x 4.5 cm
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Belleek Chapanicas by Pádraig Timoney contemporary artwork
Pádraig TimoneyBelleek Chapanicas, 2016Oil, acrylic and photo developer on canvas
254 x 205.7 x 4.4 cm
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Hut Game Fabric by Pádraig Timoney contemporary artwork
Pádraig TimoneyHut Game Fabric, 2018Oil, acrylic, sepia ink on canvas
127 x 101.6 cm
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Meer-a-minute by Pádraig Timoney contemporary artwork
Pádraig TimoneyMeer-a-minute, 2009Rabbit skin glue, ink and pigment, oil on canvas
160 x 120 cm
Xavier Hufkens Enquire about this work
Dry Dock 2 by Pádraig Timoney contemporary artwork
Pádraig TimoneyDry Dock 2, 2009Rabbit skin glue, pigment, wood and ink on canvas
265 x 435 cm
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Pádraig Timoney Current & Recent Exhibitions

Contemporary art exhibition, Pádraig Timoney, Superfare at The Modern Institute, Glasgow
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2 March–4 April 2020 Pádraig Timoney Superfare The Modern Institute, Osborne Street
Contemporary art exhibition, Pádraig Timoney, A Silver Key Can Open An Iron Lock Somewhere at Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York
Closed
8 November–21 December 2019 Pádraig Timoney A Silver Key Can Open An Iron Lock Somewhere Andrew Kreps Gallery, 22 Cortlandt Alley

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