Impossible Things

Fergus Feehily
Exhibition: 14 May – 7 June 2017
Opening: Sunday May 14, 2-5pm
Curated by Aeron Bergman and Alejandra Salinas


Things fall out of the sky, appear out of nowhere, are found and lost, regained and reformed. In Feehily’s work the made, painted, found, pinned, pieced together and reassembled are all elements brought to the table. A man balances the seemingly impossible, the simplest things turn out to be rather special. Rare earth elements are that, rare here but common-place elsewhere.

Fergus Feehily is an artist, born in Dublin (1968), he currently lives and works in Helsinki and Berlin. Solo exhibitions include The Paradise [37], 2012 and Pavilion, 2009 both at The Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin, Concentrations 54: Matt Connors and Fergus Feehily, Dallas Museum of Art, 2011, and Makeshifts and Endpapers, Neuer Aachener Kunstverein, 2008. Group shows include Painter Painter, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Why not live for Art? II – 9 collectors reveal their treasures, Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery, Changing States: Contemporary Irish Art & Francis Bacon’s Studio, Bozar – Palais des Beaux-Arts, Brussels, all 2013, and Time out of Mind, Irish Museum of Modern Art, 2012. His work is included in the collections of Dallas Museum of Art and the Irish Museum of Modern Art.

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