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Mel Brimfield at Void Gallery

Death and Dumb is an exhibition by London based artist Mel Brimfield and curated by Elaine Forde. Brimfield’s practice provides the audience with an eccentric, highly original, and infectiously humorous art history lesson. She tactically confuses, questions, and amusingly complicates the terms of validity in the history of art and the politics of representation.   The [...]

Anna Konik at Void Gallery

Void is pleased to present the first Northern Irish solo show Faraway, So Near... by Polish artist Anna Konik. Faraway, So Near... features two video installations, Transparency (2004) and In the same city, under the same sky (2012 onwards). Konik’s work deals with people; their complexities, intricacies and ineffability. That which cannot be easily articulated with words [...]

Santiago Sierra at Void Gallery

In two new site-specific works commissioned by Void Gallery – Veterans and Psychophonies – artist Santiago Sierra addresses the legacies of the conflict in Northern Ireland through an engagement with demilitarised sites and former military workers. Employing flying drones, video, sound recordings and postering, Sierra's latest interventions engage with existing dialogues about the past in [...]

Mark Wallinger at Void Gallery

For his exhibition at Void Gallery entitled One, Mark Wallinger will show a number of paintings from an ongoing series of Self Portraits. Also included is his feature length video installation Construction Site (2012) and Shadow Walker (2011) - another recent video work. The works demonstrate Wallinger’s ability as an interlocutor between the everyday and the [...]

Tomorrow's Almost Over, group exhibition at Void Gallery, 2013

Tomorrow’s Almost Over, curated by Greg McCartney, is a group show featuring artists living and working in the City of Derry.   A city in the middle of a year of culture and in the midst of regeneration schemata holding a contemporary art exhibition featuring artists based in the locale poses some questions including: Is [...]

Andrei Molodkin exhibition at Void Gallery, 2013

Void Gallery is pleased to present the premier of Andrei Molodkin’s Catholic Blood. Molodkin’s controversial work reflects an enduring examination into the corruption imbued in social, political and religious constructs. Using human blood, crude oil and ballpoint pen, the artist forces the viewer to re-engage with uncomfortable concepts of power and perversion inherent in society [...]

Laura Morrison & Maite Zabala exhibition at Void Gallery, 2013

Void Gallery is delighted to present the work of two emerging artists; Laura Morrison and Maite Zabala, curated by Ciarán Ó Dochartaigh. Concerned with the making of objects, texts and images that sit both firmly in a sculptural tradition and necessarily untether from these bounds, the artists create distinctly different works. Ó Dochartaigh curated the [...]

Candice Breitz at Void Gallery

As part of the first ever UK City of Culture programme for 2013, Void Gallery are proud to present critically acclaimed artist Candice Breitz and her two part video installation Him + Her. Through a multi-screen installation of reconfigured and composited film scenes featuring Hollywood icons Meryl Streep and Jack Nicholson, Breitz prompts us to [...]

Phil Collins Void Exhibition Images

This Unfortunate Thing Between Us, by artist Phil Collins at Void, sees the two galleries turned into domestic interiors complete with wall-to-wall carpeting and home furnishings. So kick back with a cuppa, snuggle up with pals old and new, to the only functioning channel: TUTBU TV – more experience isn't possible!   This Unfortunate Thing [...]

Damien Duffy Void Gallery exhibition photos

These new works by artist Damien Duffy trace the fractures in The Large Glass by Marcel Duchamp.   The works dismantle this iconic artwork, creating a series of paintings and two sculptures, which use the network of fractures as a readymade template.   Its title is a confluence of the Brawl at Austerlitz - another [...]

Grace Schwindt Void Exhibition image

Void is delighted to present Through the Front Door - the first solo exhibition on the island of Ireland by German artist Grace Schwindt. The exhibition includes a major new commissioned performance work Reading from a Ribbon.   Born in 1979 in Germany, the artist is normally based in London. She is currently participating in [...]

YoHa exhibition at Void Gallery images

Invisible Airs / Endless War brings together two of YoHa's projects which explore databases as governance. YoHa are made up of artist collaborators Graham Harwood and Matsuko Yokokoji.   Gallery 1 Endless War – YoHa with Matthew Fuller (2012 – work in progress)   NATO forces invaded Afghanistan on October 7th 2001. At that point [...]