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Back of Society


Back of Society Painting

Kevin Callaghan

United Kingdom

Painting, Airbrush on Wood

Size: 17.7 W x 17.3 H x 0.7 D in

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Inspired by si-fi, aesthetical, colour and form In the series "New Form" Callaghan takes the audience on a sensorial journey exploring the gap between form and its potentiality. For this purpose, the artist presents within the space these painting designed to stimulate both the viewer’s intellect and their emotions. a room; a public square; a city. On the wall, these geometric paintings are on show. Made of wood, each piece is coloured differently, with combinations of intersecting parallel lines. By merging geometrical patterns and different chromatic ranges, these wall pieces are intended by the artist as an exploration into form and colour to create a new aesthetical singularity. This medium is a natural progression to more wall based paintings, they achieve what the artist is aiming to explain.

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Painting:Airbrush on Wood

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:17.7 W x 17.3 H x 0.7 D in

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Kevin Callaghan completed an MA at the Royal College of Art, London in 2013, he has multi-disciplinary approach to his practice. Kevin currently lives in Glasgow and has his studio at The Glasgow Sculpture Studios, he runs intense explorative sculpture and ceramic workshops in the UK and Ireland. Kevin exhibits nationally and internationally. He has shown at Dublin Castle, The London Art Fair, the Saatchi Gallery, the Cynthia Corbett Gallery and the Young Maters Art Prize. At the Victoria and Albert Museum. Callaghan exhibited “What is Luxury” with Unknown Fields Division and Toby Smith which continues to receive extensive press worldwide it has been featured with an article in the Guardian and the New York Times. Other shows include “GLOBALE: Infosphere” ZKM Museum, Karlsruhe, Germany and Van Abbe-museum, Eindhoven, Holland. He has a major solo in Ireland in 2019 and I represents Ireland in the Ceramic Context Biennale, in Bornholm Art Museum 15th September - 11th November 2018.

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