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Incognito 2018

Added on by Adrian and Shane.
We are delighted to announce that we're part of the ‘Incognito’ exhibition, Jack & Jill’s 2018 Public Art Project.

Over 1000 Irish and International artists have joined this initiative to paint, draw, photograph, etch, sew or create something on a postcard (150mm x 100mm), which will form the largest group exhibition held in Ireland this year. It will include work by Tracey Emin, John Kelly, Peter Curling, Martin Gale, Olivia Golden, P.J. Crook, Ed Miliano, Abigail O’Brien, and Richard Gorman – but all pieces are exhibited anonymously, and sold for €50 each to the first buyer present in person at the Solomon Gallery after 10am on Friday 6th April.

In 2017, this event raised €81,000 for the Jack & Jill Children’s Foundation – but this year we undertake to solve the dilemma of the queue going all the way round the block on the sale days, by having two viewing days before the artworks go on sale.

4th - 8th APRIL – SOLOMON GALLERY, DUBLIN

More details here: https://www.incognito.ie

INCOGNITO Exhibition

Added on by Adrian and Shane.

INCOGNITO is Jack & Jill’s 2017 public art project, featuring artwork by an eclectic range of talented Irish artists including Adrian+Shane.

This is an exhibition and sale of 1500 miniature pieces of artwork (postcard size) which will be displayed for sale in the Solomon Gallery in Dublin (beside the Westbury Hotel) from Friday 21st April to Tuesday 25th April.

Each piece will cost €50 but you won’t find out the name of the artist until you finalise the purchase of the piece. You might end up with something worth €10,000 or something that you love by a Sunday painter!

All funds raised from this campaign will help provide home nursing care for very sick babies nationwide.

More details: https://incognito.ie

64 Bits Exhibition

Added on by Adrian+Shane.
A selection of images by Adrian+Shane feature in the '64 Bits' exhibition at 'Here East' in London right now. The exhibition runs from March 30th - April 21st. Admission is free.


There was a lot of weird shit going on in the early days of the internet. Taking us back in time, 64 Bits is an interactive recreation of the early years of the web, which hopes to tell the stories of the forgotten artist engineers that shaped today’s digital culture. See a working version of the first search engine, Archie, created by Alan Emtage; the work of Susan Kare - who designed the first microsoft playing cards and browse the very first website made in 1991. The exhibition also includes an open-door digital media archiving service, where artists and designers can bring in obsolete media to migrate inaccessible historical artwork to a modern format.

Here East,
East Bay Lane,
Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park,
London,
E20 3BS.

More info here: http://www.64bits.co.uk/

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Added on by Adrian and Shane.
An exhibition of live-streaming performances.



On the 2nd of March, MAFA Gallery becomes the venue for a new type of art exhibition format. The ‘show’ is performed by a group of seven Chelsea College MA Fine Art students and selected guest artists including Adrian+Shane.

The evening combines an interactive live streaming experience inviting the audience to share the performances digitally, many of which are enacted remotely.

The artists aim to destabilize the current repose of the traditional white gallery space by creating a new cyber reality whilst highlight the ubiquitous preoccupation with our mobile phones and digital devices.

Details:

Date and time:
Thursday, March 2, 2017 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM GMT

Location:
MAFA Gallery, Chelsea College of Art,
University of the Arts London (UAL),
16 John Islip Street,
London,
SW1P 4JU.

“Please arrive 10 mins before the show.”

NOTE: If you can't make it to the gallery you can watch on Instagram live.



Hares On The March

Added on by Adrian and Shane.

The ‘Hares on the March’ project will see a ‘Gathering’ of 110 3ft tall Hares being designed and beautifully created by an eclectic range of talented Irish artists.

Each unique hare will sit on top of a stylish 4ft tall plinth; these will be located in public accessible places and sold after in a Live Auction event and online in order to raise much needed funds for families of babies with brain damage nationwide. We anticipate that the Hares on the March project will positively contribute to the economic, cultural and social life of the Dublin City, whilst at the same time raising significant funds to support the invaluable work undertaken by The Jack & Jill Foundation.

Adrian+Shane's hare, entitled 'Audience' is on display at the Lighthouse Cinema, Dublin from 22nd January to 29th February 2016.

You can now bid in the online hare auction HERE!


New Adrian+Shane Prints

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A new collection of limited edition prints is available now from:
adrianandshane.bigcartel.com

The prints feature a selection of self portraits.

Archival pigment print.
Hand signed and numbered edition of 25.
Each print comes with a certificate of authenticity.

Size
Paper size: 33 x 48 cm
Print size: 28 x 28 cm

FREE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE.

Order here: adrianandshane.bigcartel.com


New Adrian+Shane Paintings Feature in Dublin Exhibition

Added on by Adrian and Shane.

Two brand new paintings by Irish pop art duo Adrian+Shane feature in an exhibition which opens at Gallery Zozimus, Dublin tonight (June 18th).
The paintings entitled ‘Liza Fucking Minnelli’ and ‘Judy Fucking Garland’, have already caused a stir from regular patrons of the gallery who have described the work as “blasphemous”,“disgusting” and “highly offensive”.
 The exhibition runs until June 28th.
Gallery Zozimus,
56 Francis Street,
Dublin 8,
Ireland.