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Stephen Brandes

Born in Wolverhampton, UK in 1966. Lives and works in Cork.



Education

1984 - 1985     Bournville College of Art

1985 - 1988     B.A., Bath Academy of Art

2000 - 2002     M.A., National College of Art and Design, Dublin



Selected Exibitions:



2005 

Irish Pavillion, Venice Biennale, Italy

Rubicon Gallery, Dublin (Solo)

Vinyl’, Sullivan’s Quay Christian Brother’s School, Cork. (Curated by Simon Cutts and Coracle Press for Cork 

‘Superbia 2’, Douglas, Cork. in conjunction with Cork 2005 European City of Culture (Curator)

‘C2’, Crawford Municipa l Gallery, Cork.

Eurojet Futures 05”, RHA Gallery, Dublin



2004

‘Ways of Escape’, Temple Bar Gallery, Dublin. (Solo)

‘Tir na n”g’, Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin.

‘The Retreat’, City Limits, Melbourne.

‘ArtFutures’, Contemporary Art Society, City of London School, London

‘Drawn’, Schick Gallery, Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, New York.

‘Something for over the Sofa’, Rubicon Gallery, Dublin.

‘In-Between Space’, West Cork Arts Centre, Skibbereen, Co Cork.



2003	

‘Necessary Journeys’, Temple Bar Gallery, Dublin.

‘Permaculture’, Project, Dublin.

‘The National Gallery’, Goethe Institut, Dublin.

‘Pavilion’, Crawford Municipal Gallery, Cork.

‘Superbia’, Ballymun, Dublin. (Curator)

‘Artists/Groups’, Project, Dublin. (Including cooking performance as The Domestic Godless with Mick O’Shea).

‘Flix’, Rubicon Gallery, Dublin.



2002	

‘Eurojet Futures’, R.H.A. Gallery, Dublin.

‘N.C.A.D. M.A. Show’, Hugh Lane Municipal Gallery, Dublin.



1999	

‘Drawing Thinking’, R.H.A. Gallery, Dublin.



1998	

‘EV+A’, Limerick.



1997 	

‘A Metaphor for Ireland’, Fuller Gallery, Boston University.



1996	

‘Art of the State - New work from the collection of the Office of Public Works, Crawford Municipal Gallery, Cork and tour.



1989 	

‘16th John Moore’s Liverpool Exhibition’, Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool.



Collections

The Irish Museum of Modern Art, Office of Public Works, Ireland

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