Colin Martin | Artist Talk
Monday, 19 April 2021
19:00 – 20:30
ArtNetdlr is proud to present COLIN MARTIN, the winner of the 2020 RCSI Art Award, for online conversation & live Q&A.
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About the Artist:
Colin Martin is an artist and lecturer based in Dublin. He is currently Head of the RHA School and lectures part time in the NCAD Media Department. He is a graduate of DIT and NCAD and works in the medium of painting and film. He has received the Arts Council Visual Arts Bursary in 2020, 2015, 2012 and 2007.
Recent solo exhibitions include Keyframe, Platform Arts, Belfast, 2014, Collection, City Assembly Building, Dublin, 2012, The Garden, curated by Kate Strain, Broadcast Gallery, DIT, Dublin, 2011, Cyclorama, Basic Space, Dublin. Recent group exhibitions include Locations of Estrangement, Art Projects, London, Surveille.e.s, CCI Paris, curated by Nora Hickey, House Taken Over, Private House, Belfast 2018 ,This is Not Architecture, Highlanes Gallery, Drogheda 2017, Far From Me, Josef Fillip Gallery, Leipzig, N.O.W.H.E.R.E. Interview Room 11, Edinburgh 2016. He has received the Arts Council Visual Arts Bursary in 2015, 2012 and 2007.
Martin has been an active participant in the Irish visual arts cultural landscape acting as the chairperson in BlackChurch Print Studio where he initiated projects such as Black Church Process (an initiative to produce collaborations with artists and master printmakers and the A&E public talk series). He has been member of the RHA Council and Programme Board and has initiated public talk series, national and international artist masterclasses, drawing groups and structured skill workshops for artists at the RHA. He has served as a judge on the RDS Graduate Award Panel, Marmite Prize for Painting . He has curated exhibitions ‘What is and What Might be’ and ‘This is Not Architecture’ at the Highlanes Gallery and ‘Real Real’ at the Waterford Municipal Gallery.
150 x 170 cms
Oil on canvas