Tag Archive | Alan Phelan

Two New Joly Screen Exhibitions in July

Two New Joly Screen Exhibitions in July

Two New Joly Screen Photograph Exhibitions Opening in July FLEURS TARABSCOTÉ JOLY SCREEN PHOTOGRAPHS 8-31 July 2021 The exhibition title is a phrase which translates as ‘florid flowers’, as the show is comprised of flower Joly screen images, made from 2018-2021. Several have never been exhibited before, and will be shown in the upstairs gallery.

Artist Alan Phelan: Free Webinar – CCI Paris – 4th February

Artist Alan Phelan: Free Webinar – CCI Paris – 4th February

Artist, Alan Phelan, will feature in a FREE Zoom Webinar, at CCI Paris, speaking with Ruth Carroll, curator from the RHA, Dublin, on 4th February. On Thursday, 4 February, 2021, Ruth Carroll, curator from the RHA, Dublin, will be in discussion with Irish artist, Alan Phelan, at the Centre Culturel Irlandais, Paris, via Zoom, at 8pm […]

Exhibition: Alan Phelan – Molesworth Gallery Dublin

Exhibition: Alan Phelan – Molesworth Gallery Dublin

March exhibition at the Molesworth Gallery, Dublin JOLY SCREEN PHOTOGRAPHS FLEURS TARABSCOTÉ: ALAN PHELAN This exhibition, by artist Alan Phelan, will be opening in early March, and will present a new selection of flower photographs, using the Joly screen process. Most will be shown for the first time in Dublin, and several have never been […]

Exhibition: ‘echos are always more muted’ – Void Derry – Alan Phelan

Exhibition: ‘echos are always more muted’ – Void Derry – Alan Phelan

Exhibition: ‘echoes are always more muted’ 8 September – 31 October 2020 Void, Derry Preview Saturday, 5 September, 6-8pm (or anytime during the day – masks on please) Alan Phelan’s exhibition, echoes are always more muted, is part of an expanded series of exhibitions that encompass his continuing research into the intersections of history, sexuality, […]

RHA: Alan Phelan Exhibition – Folly and Diction

RHA: Alan Phelan Exhibition – Folly and Diction

Alan Phelan Exhibition, Folly & Diction Brown & O’hUiginn Galleries, until 27 March 2020, Royal Hibernian Academy, Ely Place, Dublin 2 This exhibition brings together 23 of Alan Phelan’s unique Joly Screen photographs, and a new large scale music video work about the inventor of this forgotten colour photography process, which was abandoned from use […]

Art: Red Lines – Alan Phelan at The Dock, Leitrim (Until 4th Jan)

Art: Red Lines – Alan Phelan at The Dock, Leitrim (Until 4th Jan)

Red Lines Alan Phelan Joly Screen Photographs Alan Phelan has been working for the past three years on reviving the Joly Screen process, a forgotten colour photography process invented in the 1890s in Dublin, by John Joly, a physicist and geology professor from Trinity College, Dublin. This exhibition marks the first major exhibition of this […]

Exhibition: Alan Phelan – TBG+S Atrium – When the idea is extinguished

Exhibition: Alan Phelan – TBG+S Atrium – When the idea is extinguished

Alan Phelan: When the idea is extinguished TBG+S Atrium Space 19 July – 07 September 2019 Opening reception Thursday 18 July 2019 6-8pm Temple Bar Gallery + Studios, 5 – 9 Temple Bar, Dublin 2   Alan Phelan has been working for the past three years on reviving the Joly Screen process, a forgotten colour […]

‘Our Kind’ screening Irish Centre Paris and Hugh Lane Gallery Dublin

‘Our Kind’ screening Irish Centre Paris and Hugh Lane Gallery Dublin

The film Our Kind, about Roger Casement, will be screened at the Irish Cultural Centre, Paris on Wednesday 8 June 2016 at 19:30 Centre Culturel Irlandais 5, rue des Irlandais 75005  Paris + 33 1 58 52 10 30 RER B: Luxembourg (exit Gay Lussac) // Metro: Line 10 – Cardinal Lemoine and Line 7 – Place Monge […]