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Niall O'Brien

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Tim Ash and Whiskey Photography 35mm 800mm X 533mm © Niall O'Brien
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Quick Facts
Birthplace
Dublin
Birth year
1979
Lives in
London
Works in
London
Statement

Born in Dublin in 1979, Irish photographer and filmmaker Niall O'Brien studied fine art photography at the renowned Dun Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design and Technology.

He has exhibited widely in both Ireland, England and across the globe and has many awards to his name, including the Irish Professional Photographer's Association Rex Roberts Medal and the International Portfolio Review Bratislava "Top 20 Portfolios". In October 2010 Niall was accepted as one of 49 artists to show in the Singapore International Photography Festival at the Lim Hak Tai Gallery, NAFA. His most recent film Anger was shown at Block T Gallery in Dublin as part of the 2011 Photo Ireland Festival.

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Born 1979. Lives and works in London

 

SOLO EXHIBITIONS


2011-07-27  "Anger", Block T Gallery, Dublin

2010  "Good Rats", Art Work Space, London

 

GROUP EXHIBITIONS


2011  "Sample 11" Print Space, London


2010   "Bare Bones V" The Red Gallery, London
"Art Mosh" Rochelle School, London
"SIPF", Lim Hak Tai Gallery, Singapore
"Bare Bones IV", Envoy Gallery, New York
"Bare Bones III" Maurice Einhardt Neu Gallery, London
"Pop Up", Art Work Space East, London
 
 
2009  "Bare Bones II", Maurice Einhardt Neu Gallery, London
"Bare Bones I", Dazed and Confused Gallery, London
"MKII", MKII Gallery, Clapton, London
"Creatures", Londonewcastle Project Space, London
"DIY London Seen", Covent Garden, London
"Watch this Space", Covent Garden, London
 
 
2008  "Derive", Rivington Street Gallery, London

2004   "Salon", Cabinteely Arts Centre, Co Dublin, Ireland

2003   "Epoch", Stella, Rathmines, Co Dublin, Ireland