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Anne Tallentire installation image at Void Gallery

Void was delighted to host the solo exhibition Drift: diagram vii by Anne Tallentire.  Human labour is often invisible, carried out beyond the sight of others or passed by unnoticed. The products of labour are certainly almost always taken for granted, and paradoxically this is especially true of work which is carried out in public. The cleaning [...]

Gerard Byrne install image at Void Gallery

Void was delighted to host a solo exhibition of photographic works by Gerard Byrne in the summer of 2005.  Gerard Byrne works primarily with photographic and video based media. In the News is a photographic collage of diverse images, presented in a modular fashion, which is re-drafted on each occasion it is installed. The work is a [...]

Amanda Coogan install image at Void Gallery

Void was delighted to host a solo exhibition A Brick in the Handbag by Amanda Coogan.  The Dublin artist was the winner of the 2004 AIB Art Prize, exhibited a number of photographs and video pieces, including the double-projection piece, The Headbangers in Gallery One, along with four videos and five photographs in Gallery Two. Amanda’s [...]

Gerard Hemsworth's installation image at Void Gallery

Void was delighted to host a group exhibition, Death is Part of the Process? featuring artists Jane Harris, Gerard Hemsworth, KAPITZA, Bashir Makhoul, Pam Skelton, Annie Whiles. Is death a part of the contribution we make to the world, the final part we play in the historical development of the human race? Or does our final demise after a few short years simply [...]

Jacqueline Salloum install image at Void Gallery

Void was delighted to host a solo exhibition Samadoon by Jacqueline Salloum.  Jacqueline Salloum is a Palestinian American film-maker, printmaker and sculptor and her exhibition included examples of each of her areas of work. Jacqueline’s concerns are centred around the issue of the Israeli occupation of Palestine and racist depictions of people from Arab nations. One [...]

Peripheral Image group exhibition installation at Void Gallery

Void’s inaugural show, Peripheral Vision included artists Ghazel, Frances Hegarty and Vong Phaophanit. Ghazel is an Iranian artist, now living in Paris. Her three-monitor video installation, titled Me, consisted of a collection of short pieces, staged scenarios in which she acted out simple sketches which questioned the status of women in Iran and the country’s [...]