The Glen Dimplex artists award 1997
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Published by Irish Museum of Modern Art in Dublin .
Written in English

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StatementIrish Museum of Modern Art.
ContributionsIrish Museum of Modern Art.
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Pagination[24]p. :
Number of Pages24
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Open LibraryOL17413538M
ISBN 101873654529

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The £15, Glen Dimplex Artists Award is designed to mark a significant level of achievement or development in the work and practice of exhibiting artists. The award was open to Irish artists who had exhibited in Ireland or elsewhere from 1 October to 31 December and to non-Irish artists who had exhibited in Ireland in the same period. IMMA / Glen Dimplex Artists Award, Irish Museum of Art, Dublin, Galerie du Jour, Agnes B., Paris, Death, Cambridge Darkroom Gallery / Kettles Yard, List of book awards: Prix des Lecteurs Vincennes, Nagrada Dubravko Horvatić za prozu, prix des écoliers Rilleux la Pape, Glen Dimplex Award, වසරේ හොඳම නව. In they were awarded the Glen Dimplex Artists’ Award, the Irish Museum of Modern Art’s annual contemporary art prize, seen as the Irish equivalent of the Turner Prize. Their short video Suspension was awarded a Golden Spire at the San Francisco International Film Festival, and they were the recipients of the New Langton Arts Award for.

In he received the Glen Dimplex Award for a Sustained Contribution to the Visual Arts in Ireland. The Ulster Museum held a major exhibition of his work in and a major book was published by Eamonn Mallie on the artist in The Glen Dimplex Artists Award Exhibition, Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin (cat.) Valencia Biennale, Valencia (cat.) 49th Venice Biennale, Venice (cat.) New Acquisitions from the Dakis Joannou Collection, Deste Foundation, Athens Give & Take, Serpentine Gallery, London I Am a Camera, Saatchi Gallery, London (cat.) Tate Modern Members room, London. The award was presented to Catherine Yass on 14 July. Past winners of the award are Alanna O’Kelly (), Willie Doherty (), Janine Antoni (), Paul Seawright () and Siobhán Hapaska ().   Tony O’ Malley is now recognized as one of the leading Irish painters of his time and in he was the recipient of the Glen Dimplex Award for Sustained Contribution to the Visual Arts in Ireland. He died in and in The Irish Museum of Modern Art hosted a major retrospective of his work.

Susan’s first video work The Last Person () was short listed for the Irish Museum of Modern Art Glen Dimplex Award, Dublin. Her video installation Kuda Bux, , was awarded the Ormeau Baths Gallery, Belfast, Perspective Prize by curator Enrique Juncosa. REMOTE VIEWING () a book about MacWilliam’s practice with essays and contributions from . Won the Citigroup Photography Prize (now known as the Deutsche Borse Photography Prize) Billingham's film Fishtank, produced by Artangel and filmmaker Adam Curtis, is broadcast on BBC2 Shortlisted for the Turner Prize Glen Dimplex Artist Award Shortlist, IMMA, Dublin Sargant Fellowship, British School in Rome   About the Author. Philip ó Ceallaigh, a native of County Waterford, currently lives in Bucharest. His first collection of stories, Notes from a Turkish Whorehouse, won the Glen Dimplex New Writers Award for fiction and was shortlisted for the Frank O'Connor International Short Story Award. Philip won the Rooney Prize, Author: Philip O'ceallaigh. • Museum of Modern Art, Glen Dimplex Award Finalist, Dublin, Ireland • Sirus Project, Cobh Fellowship, County Cork, Ireland: • AICA International Association of Art Critics, Exhibition Award: • The Joan Mitchell Foundation, Sculpture Grant, New York, New York: • Acadia Art Program Fellowship, Northeast Harbor, Maine: