Aleana Egan

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    Aleana Egan, At intervals, while turning, installation view at Drawing Room, 2012 Photo: Dave Morgan

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    Aleana Egan, At intervals, while turning, installation view at Drawing Room, 2012 Photo: Dave Morgan

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    Aleana Egan, At intervals, while turning, installation view at Drawing Room, 2012 Photo: Dave Morgan

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    Aleana Egan, Opinion, 2010, detail At intervals, while turning, installation view at Drawing Room, 2012 Photo: Dave Morgan

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Aleana Egan (b. 1979, Dublin, Ireland) currently lives and works in Dublin. Egan studied Fine Art, Painting, Glasgow School of Art, 2003-1999 and Stillorgan Senior College, Stillorgan, Co. Dublin, 1999-1998. Selected solo exhibitions include: Galerie Konrad Fischer, Berlin (2015); There are all sorts of lives, Mary Mary, Glasgow (2014), The Sensitive Plant, Kerlin Gallery, Dublin (2013), day wears, The Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin (2012), nature had an inside, Mary Mary, Glasgow (2011), Aleana Egan (At intervals, while turning), The Drawing Room, London (2011), and Art Basel Statements, Basel (2009). Selected group exhibitions include: Dukkha, Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin (2014), Vestibule - outdoor work commission, Merrion Square, Dublin (2014), The Line of Beauty, The Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin (2013), Several Species of Small Furry Animals gathered Together in a cave and grooving with a Pict, Veneklasen/Werner, Berlin (2013), Francesco Arena / Aleana Egan / Rudolf Polanszky, Kadel Willborn, Karlsruhe (2013), Aleana Egan / Lucia Nogueira / Bojan Sarcevic, Jupiter Artland, Edinburgh (2013), Drawing: Sculpture, Drawing Room, London (2013), A Reader of Materials and a Writer of Forms, MOT International, Brussels (2012), The Alchemy of Material, Landesmuseum Muenster, Germany (2010), Leopards in the Temple, Sculpture Center, New York (2010) and Jerwood Contemporary Painters 2009, Jerwood Space, London and touring.

Last updated: 13.11.2015

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