Philip Napier Void Gallery exhibition photos

Void is pleased to present :recalculating a solo show by Philip Napier.   In this passage I would like to make some connections linking this body of work to the genealogy of its own discipline and to this place and time.   Arguably the terror of a security vernacular has been swept away by a new culture [...]

Uwe Wittwer Void Gallery exhibition photos

Swiss artist Uwe Wittwer’s exhibition at Void Gallery, Outsiders Delight, is work spanning from 2007- 2009.   Swiss artist Uwe Wittwer creates work using the mediums of watercolour, oil paint and Inkjet prints. Wittwer’s source materials are found images taken from the Internet which he then modifies by blurring, editing, erasing and omitting elements.   [...]

Niamh McCann Void Gallery exhibition photos

Niamh McCann is an Irish artist living and working in Dublin. Untitled is her first major solo exhibition in Northern Ireland. McCann presents a diverse range of working practice that includes sculpture, installation, and painting.   Using everyday objects from the contemporary urban environment, McCann makes visible poetry of chance connections, whimsy and paradox.   [...]

Polly Morgan Void Gallery exhibition photos

Having emerged on the London art scene just six years ago Polly Morgan has shot to fame and has quickly become one of the most important and collectable contemporary artists of her time.   Taxidermy is Morgan’s medium, a skill often associated with Victoriana prosperity, and the western view of human superiority over animals.   [...]

Ackroyd & Harvey Void Gallery Exhibition images

I came across Ackroyd & Harvey's work a decade or so ago and I was fascinated by their ‘living’ landscapes and portraits which lived, which grew, which got older, not in a sinister Dorian Gray manner but rather reflecting the natural and often beautiful ageing processes of the subjects. Both landscape and portraiture have traditionally [...]

John Gerrard Installation image

Void Gallery was delighted to present the first exhibition in Northern Ireland by Irish artist John Gerrard.   The exhibition consisted of Sow Farm (Near Libbey, Oklahoma), 2009, a screen-based work depicting a vast and unmanned, computer-controlled animal farming facility, and Universal (Near Iron Springs, Alberta), 2011, a high-resolution projection, which centres on a pair [...]

Margaret Salmon Void Gallery Exhibition image

Void Gallery is delighted to present Company - the first exhibition in Northern Ireland by US American artist Margaret Salmon. It is curated by Susanne Stitch.   Born in 1975 in Suffurn, New York, Margaret Salmon lives and works between Kent, London, and New York. The exhibition shows a selection of early works, including the award-winning [...]

Unrealised Potential installation image

Unrealised Potential was a collaborative group exhibition that aims to explore the creative potential of artists' unrealised projects, blurring the lines between artist, curator, visitor and producer. Mike Chavez-Dawson together with artists Sam Ely and Lynn Harris present an amassed collection of over 60 artists' unfulfilled proposals, offering visitors the opportunity to purchase the right [...]

Mat Collishaw install photo_Void Gallery

Void hosted the first solo exhibition in Ireland of the acclaimed British artist Mat Collishaw. First gaining prominence in the exhibition Freeze, the ground breaking show which transformed British Art, then in the influential “Sensation” show at the Royal Academy of Art in the nineties, marking the advent of what would become known as the [...]

Burn the Gaze Installation photo

Burn the Gaze is an exhibition of work by past and present Void Art School Students. The work has been created by a number of students who have attended Void Art School over the past 5 years, some of which have gone on to study art at third level. Throughout the Summer of 2010 the [...]

George Shaw Installation Image

Devon based artist George Shaw (born 1966 Coventry) is noted for his highly detailed paintings, naturalistic approach and English suburban subject matter. Shaw’s work has a unique appearance as his favoured medium is Humbrol enamel paints, more commonly used to paint Airfix models. Shaw who was brought up on a housing estate in the Midlands [...]

Installation image of Christian Jankowski at Void Gallery

Void was pleased to welcome Christian Jankowski, a multimedia artist who "lodges himself with sly humour in popular entertainment programs and the art business to challenge the role of art and medial entertainment in our society" (Briefing, Hatje Cantz & Kunstmuseum Stuttgart, 2008). The works shown included: Welcome Home (2008) Through a single screen monitor the audience views [...]