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My solo show “Inside the Void” is running in Talbot Gallery and Studios 5th-19thMay 2016.

Cuckoo Magazine interview

I did a recent interview with Cuckoo Magazine about my work, the Hennessy Portrait Prize Shortlist and other stuff and things…

I’m so excited Adam will be exhibited along with 11 others shortlisted for the National Gallery’s Hennessy Portrait Prize ! Recently covered in Metro

Hennessy Portrait prize – long-listed…then SHORT LISTED!

I’m thrilled to receive notification that Adam newest work from my Breaking Point series has been long-listed for the Hennessy Portrait Prize organised by the National Gallery of Ireland and Hennessy!  Fingers, toes, legs and arms crossed!

I am now a proud resident at the new Block T studios in Smithfield!!! Looking forward to having a space to dedicate to my art projects! http://www.blockt.ie/BLOCK_T/MEMBERS.html

Breaking Point 2 selected for Manifest’s International Photography Annual

Out of 1020 works, Breaking Point 2 has been selected for the Manifest Gallery’s (Ohio, USA) International Photography Annual! http://www.manifestgallery.org/inpha/inpha1/index.html

 

Manifest Gallery opening


Here are a few photos from my Ohio show Observed at the Manifest Gallery where one of my pieces from my Surveillance series is on show.

The gallery’s executive director said, ” It was a great reception with over 175 people in attendance. The general opinion has been, by many, that this pair of exhibits is our best ever. (And we think we’ve had a pretty darned good track record as it is.) Thanks to you all for that!”

 

Cincinnati here I come!

Surveillance will be shown as part of the Manifest Gallery’s OBSERVED exhibition…in Cincinnati, Ohio!  So if you or someone you know happens to be around and about in Ohio next month, pop in and check it out.

Wolfgang Tillmans abstracts

“What do we, the viewers, bring to the picture?” via zero1magazine.com

Possibly Sept 11th’s most controversial photo?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

It was originally kept under wraps until the 5th year anniversary of that dreadful day back in 2001. Full Guardian article here.