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Heliosphere, 2014

    • Hand painted watercolour on gesso board
    • 10cm x 15cm
    • Edition of 50
    • Signed and numbered by the artist
    • €125 unframed
    • €180 Framed 
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A limited edition of 50 hand painted watercolour works by Irish artist Isabel Nolan to celebrate The weakened eye of day, a new body of work by Irish artist Isabel Nolan at the Irish Museum of Modern Art, 2014


Nolan’s recent solo shows include the Musée d’art moderne de Saint Etienne, France (2012), the Return Gallery, Goethe Institute, Dublin (2012/03), the Model, Sligo (2011) and Kerlin Gallery, Dublin (2007/09). Other solo shows include, Project Arts Centre (2005), Gallery 2, Douglas Hyde Gallery, (2008), all in Dublin, and in the Studio, as part of Glasgow International 2006 and in Artspace, New Zealand in 2008. She represented Ireland at the 2005 Venice Biennale in a group exhibition, 'Ireland at Venice 2005'. She has participated in numerous group exhibitions including 'How Things Turn Out' (2002) and 'Tir na nog' (2004), both at The Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin, 'The Yugoslav Biennial for Young Artists', Serbia-Montenegro, and 'If I Can't Dance' De Appel, Amsterdam (2007). Mediation Biennale, ‘Gardens and Islands’, Poznan, Poland, ‘Micro-narratives : tentation des petites réalités’ at Musée d’art moderne de Saint Etienne, Order, Desire, Light, Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin,  Through the Lens: New Media Art from Ireland, Beijing Art Museum of the Imperial City (2008), Coalesce: Happen-stance, Smart, Amsterdam, (2009), King Rat, Project Arts Centre, Dublin, Clocks and Seasons and Promises, Gallery Side 2, Tokyo, Forms of Reason, Lullin + Ferrari, Zurich (with Bill Woodrow & Mamiko Otsuba) (2010) and Into the Light: The Arts Council – 60 Years Supporting the Arts, The Model, Sligo (2012/13). Upcoming shows include The Black Moon, curated by Sinziana Ravini in Palais de Tokyo, Paris and a solo in The Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin (2014).