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Brian Fay is an artist and lecturer in Fine Art at the Dublin Institute of Technology. His practice, rooted in drawing, uses the materiality of pre-existing artworks and objects to examine their complex relation to time. Recent solo shows include Of the Survival of Images (and Objects) Nag Gallery, Dublin and Broken Images or When does Posterity Begin? RHA Gallery, Dublin. Selected group shows include Motion Capture: Drawing and the Moving Image, Glucksman Gallery, Cork, Projet Gutenberg, Galerie Jeanroch Dard, Paris and Pull, Bite Rally, NCAD Gallery, Dublin.
His work is in the National Drawing Collection, and the collections of The Crawford Art Gallery, DIT, Office of Public Works and private collections. In 2014 he completed a practice led PhD at Northumbria University on drawing and temporalities. He is the winner of the 2014 Derwent International Drawing Prize and the 2016 AXA Drawing Prize.
CURRICULUM VITAE: BRIAN FAY
Brian Fay - 29 Richmond Avenue, Monkstown, County Dublin, Ireland
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Selected Solo Shows
2016 X (IR), nag Gallery, Dublin
2014 Of the Survival of Images (and Objects), nag Gallery, Dublin, Ireland
2011 Broken Images or When does Posterity Begin?, Ashford Gallery, Royal Hibernian Academy, Dublin, Ireland
2007 Some Time Now, The LAB, Dublin, Ireland, Mermaid Arts Center, Wicklow, Ireland, Solstice Arts Centre,Navan, Ireland
2005 Web, Butler Gallery, Kilkenny, Ireland
EnCODEd, Project Arts Centre, Dublin
2004 EnCODEd, Context Gallery, Derry, Northern Ireland
2000 MORSE, Proposition Gallery, Belfast, Northern Ireland
1998 STILL, Belltable Arts Centre, Limerick, Ireland
1997 New Work, The Arts Council/ An Chomhairle Ealaion, Dublin, Ireland
2017 Inspiration and Rivalry: After Vermeer, National Gallery of Ireland, Dublin, Ireland (forthcoming)
The Space Between, Selection from The OPW and Northern Ireland Collection, Oriel Gallery Clotworthy House, Antrim, Northern Ireland and The Pearse Museum, Dublin, Ireland
2016 Royal Hibernian Academy Annual Exhibition (Invited Artist), RHA Gallery, Dublin
Open Studio: A Conversation on Drawing, RHA Studios, Dublin, Ireland
Conversations at the Casino, Casino Marino, Dublin, Ireland
Portraits of a Nation, Farmleigh Gallery, Dublin, Ireland
2015 Drawings: National Collection of Contemporary Drawing, Limerick City Gallery of Art, Ireland.
Paper Table Wall and After, Gallery North, Newcastle, England
Finders and Keepers: An exhibition of artworks from the State Art Collection, Municipal Gallery,
DLR Lexicon, Dublin, Ireland
Construct, Luan Gallery, Westmeath, Ireland
Paper, wall, table, and after, Taiwan University, Taiwan
Finders and Keepers, Lexicon Gallery, Dublin
2014 Paper, wall, table, and after, Gallery North, Northumbria University, Newcastle. (2014-15) Pull, Bite Rally, National College of Art and Design Gallery, Dublin.
Derwent Art Prize, Mall Gallery, London
Palimpsest II,The Pearse Museum, Dublin.
2013 Motion Capture: Drawing and the Moving Image, Region Cultural Centre, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal
The Palimpsest Project, Tbilisi History Museum, Georgia.
Re/TURN, Studio show, Temple Bar Gallery and Studios, Dublin.
nag offsite, WickIow, Ireland.
2012 Projet Gutenberg, Galerie Jeanroch Dard, Paris, France
Motion Capture: Drawing and the Moving Image, Lewis Glucksman Gallery, University College Cork, Cork
Launch, nag Gallery, Dublin, Ireland
2011 The 43 Uses of Drawing, Rugby Art Museum, England
Pencil to the Plough, Cross Gallery, Dublin, Ireland
Fine Lines: a selection from the National Collection of Contemporary Drawing,
Limerick City Gallery of Art, Limerick, Ireland
Essomenia, The Tea Rooms, Dublin, Ireland
Outside the Lines Contemporary Drawing Practices, The Town Hall, Dublin, Ireland
New Directions in Drawing symposium and exhibition, Emily Carr University, Vancouver, Canada
2010 Touchstone, Salisbury Art Museum, Salisbury, England
Ventral Surface, Oliver Holt Gallery, Dorset, England
2009/10 Into Irish Drawing, Limerick City Gallery Of Art, Ireland, Civic Arts Centre in Hengelo, Holland, Irish Cultural Institute Paris and Millennium Arts Centre Northern Ireland
2008 Other Men’s Flowers, Dublin City Gallery: The Hugh Lane, Ireland
Interim Findings, Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester, England
Ábhar agus Meon, University College Dublin, Ireland
Without the Walls, University of Northampton Gallery, England
Recent Aquistions, Crawford Art Gallery, Cork, Ireland
Fokatronica, The Sugar Club, Dublin, Ireland
2007 (C)Artography, Map Making as Artform, Crawford Art Gallery, Cork, Ireland.
Flatfiling, ArtNews Projects, Berlin, Germany
Still Moving, Siamsa Tire, Kerry Film Festival, Kerry, Ireland
2006 The Square Root of Drawing, Temple Bar Gallery & Studios, Dublin, Ireland
Flatfiles Drawings, Pierogi Gallery, New York, USA
Seconds: The Imperfect Artwork, Wexford Arts Centre, Wexford, Ireland
2004 COE 04, Claremorris Open Exhibition, Mayo
2003 Perspective 03, Ormeau Baths Gallery, Belfast
Roaratorio Multimedia Archive, Roaratorio International Art Festival, Paris, France
Haunted, Civl Arts Inquiry, City Arts Centre, Dublin
Recontres Internationales, Podweil Contemporary Art Centre, Berlin.
US Live, Guinness Storehouse, Dublin
6x6 for Ireland, the First Annual Exhibiton of Irish Art, 411 Gallery, China and Eastlink Gallery, Shanghai.
2011 Imaging Madness, Mieke Bal, Broadcast Gallery, DIT Portland Row, Dublin
2009 Lost and Found Group Show, Solstice Arts Centre, Navan
2007 Milestones, Black Church Print Studio, OPW Gallery, Dublin
Pleasures and Days Group Show, The LAB, Dublin
2014 Winner of the Derwent International Drawing Prize, London.
2011-14 PhD Studentship Award, Northumbria University, Newcastle, UK
2007 Touring Experiment Visual Arts Award, The Arts Council / An
2006 Travel Award, The Arts Council / An Chomhairle Ealaíon
Sabbatical Award, Dublin Institute of Technology
2004 Creative Practice Research Collaboration Award, Dublin Institute of Technology
2003 Creative Practice Research Individual Award, Dublin Institute of Technology
2002 Winner of the Sound and Vision Collaborative Award with composer Donal Siggins, organised by the Contemporary Music Centre of Ireland and the Context Gallery, Derry, Northern Ireland
1999 President Hyde Gold Medal Award Winner, An TOireachatas, Guinness Hopstore, Dublin
Materials Grant, The Arts Council/An Chomhailre Ealaion
1997 Nominated for The Victor Tracey Award, Butler Gallery, Kilkenny
Documentation Grand, The Arts Council/An Chomhairle Ealaion
1996 Thomas Damman Memorial Trust Travel Award, The Arts Council/An Chomhailre Eolaion and The Arts Council Northern Ireland