Capella Head Point Series: The Faraway Nearby

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Dan Shipsides' Capella Head Point (series A) 2008 were selected and included in The Faraway Nearby exhibition at the FE McWilliams Gallery in Banbridge.

The Faraway Nearby is a multi-generational exhibition that looks at the transient nature of influence, revealing visual and formal affinities and methodologies between artwork and artists from NI. The exhibition consists of works from multiple public and private collections. Artists include: Willie Doherty, Paul Henry, John Luke, Colin Middleton, Nevill Johnson, Paul Seawright, Philip Napier, Locky Morris, Elizabeth Magill, Mary McIntyre, Willie McKeown, Tim Millen, William Scott, Eoghan McTigue, Siobhan Hapaska, Conor McFeely, Tony Hill, Damien Duffy, Hannah Starkey, Eddie Rafferty, Patrick Jolley, Victor Sloan, Majella Clancy, Dougal McKenzie, Jennifer Trouton, Darren Murray, Andrew Nicholl, Ryan Moffett, Stephen Madden, Cian Donnelly, Brendan O'Neill, Joseph Beuys, Alaistair MacLennan, Una Walker, Aisling O'Beirn, Dan Shipsides, Peter Spiers and Peter Richards.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished (in print/issue) - 1 Sept 2008
EventThe Faraway Nearby - FE McWilliam Gallery / Banbridge, Northern Ireland
Duration: 7 Mar 201417 May 2014

Bibliographical note

This work was also shown in Desire Lines, ACCA, Australia. 2013.
Outputmediatype: 7 Photograph and white ink drawings


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