Niamh Flanagan

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Niamh Flanagan graduated from the National College of Art and Design, Dublin in 2002 with a 1st Class Honours in Fine Art Print and is now a member of Graphic Studio Dublin. Her first solo show ‘Dwellings of Mind and Space’ (2007) was held at The Printmakers Gallery, Dublin. Following on from the success of this exhibition she was invited to take part in various exhibitions including ‘Île d’Hiver | Winter Island’ at Centre Culturel Irlandais, Paris (2009) and ‘Artist’s Proof’ at the Chester Beatty Library Dublin. Niamh Flanagan has taken part in residencies and exhibitions in Oslo, Poland, Slovenia, Cork, Donegal and Dublin. Awards include Arts Council Mentorship Scheme, Travel and Training Award and a grant from Culture Ireland. Residencies include Cill Rialiag Project, Ballinskelligs, Co. Kerry, Lindart International Artists’ Colony, Lendava, Slovenia, ‘Na Granicy | Where Borders Meet’, Gorlice, Poland and Edinburgh Printmakers, Edinburgh, Scotland.

Selected Group Exhibitions
2023 Winter Exhibition, SO Fine Art Edition, Dublin
2023 Decennium, 10th Anniversary Exhibition, SO Fine Art Editions, Dublin
2023 Geomancy/Oscillation, Graphic Studio Gallery, Dublin
2022 This Places Of Escape And Return, SO Fine Art Editions, Dublin
2022 Summer Show 2022, SO Fine Art Editions, Dublin
2021 Winter Exhibition 2021, SO Fine Art Editions, Dublin
2021 Winter Exhibition 2021, Graphic Studio Gallery, Dublin
2021 Sunkissed, Graphic Studio Gallery, Dublin
2021 Kanreki, Graphic Studio Gallery, Dublin
2020 Winter Exhibition 2020, SO Fine Art Editions, Dublin
2020 Kanreki, The Model, Sligo, Ireland
2020 60 Years of Graphic Studio Dublin, Draiocht, Graphic Studio Gallery, Dublin
2018 Here comes the night, Graphic Studio Gallery, Dublin
2009 Île d’Hiver, Winter Island, Centre Culturel Irlandais, Paris
2009 Wystawa poplenerowa – ‘Na granicy’, Where Borders Meet – The Response, Gallery Sztuki MOK, Debica, Poland
2009 Artist’s Proof, Chester Beatty Library, Dublin
2008 ‘Na granicy’, Where Borders Meet, Muzeum “Dwory Karwacjanow i Gladyszow”, Gorlice, Poland