Mapping, 2016 Emulsion paint and mixed media on board and plaster, with wooden frame 288 x 248 cm

Neil Carroll

Mapping, 2016 Emulsion paint and mixed media on board and plaster, with wooden frame 288 x 248 cm

2017 / Artists

Neil Carroll

b. 1977, Dublin, Ireland

2015 – 2016 MFA at the Ruskin School of Art, Oxford University, UK
2015 Fellowship, Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Maine
2008 – 2010 BA Fine Art, National College of Art and Design, Dublin


Recent Exhibitions

Solo:
2014 ‘The Year of Disillusionment’, Ulster University, Belfast
2013 ‘Made Undone, Futures 13’, Royal Hibernian Academy, Dublin
2012 ‘Between Leaving and a Possible Return’, The Lab, Foley St., Dublin

Group:
2016 ‘Some Kind of Real’, The Dock, Carrick-on-Shannon
2016 ‘Carnage Visors’, Rua Red, Dublin
2015 ‘What Is and What Might Be’, Highlanes Gallery, Drogheda

Awards and Residencies
2017 Artist's Bursary Award, Arts Council of Ireland, Dublin
2015 Fellowship to the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Maine
2015 Bursary Award, Arts Council of Ireland, Dublin
2014 Award, Membership Studio at Temple Bar Gallery and Studios, Dublin
2012 Hennessey Craig Scholarship, Royal Hibernian Academy, Dublin 


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