Brian Harte

Biography / CV

Brian Harte was born in 1978, in Co. Tipperary, Ireland. He studied painting at the Crawford college of Art, Co. Cork, graduating with an honours degree in 2002. Since then he has exhibited his work both nationally and internationally. He has been the recipient of several awards and residencies including the Art Council of Ireland’s New Project Award on two occasions. Harte’s work has recently been included in two group shows in Los Angeles, Human Condition, The Hospital,Western Ave, and ICM, Constellation blvd. After his solo presentations at GNYP Berlin he will have his second solo presentation at Evergold Projects, San Francisco, in February, 2018.

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2013

Visual Artists News (VAI), Ireland, April/ May Edition, Cover
May 31, 2013. John Gayer, Critique, Ffrench/ Harte at Mermaid Arts Centre

What’s the point of pointless art?
March 23, 2013. Gemma Tipton, The Irish Times

20011

https://www.irishtimes.com/culture/art-and-design/i-m-an-artist-can-i-take-your-order-1.1278195
January 18, 2011. Tipton, Gemma

2008

Roundup #10: The Best Artists This Week on artreview.com
June 12, 2008. Laura Mclean Ferris, Artreview.com

Plugging the gaps in history’s wreckage
July 16, 2008. Aidan Dunne, The Irish Times

2005

Across Boundaries, Touring Exhibition of Contemporary Art Works from Irish Artists
2005. OPW / DFP Collections. Foreword by Patrick J Murphy, published 2005 Nicholson and Bass ltd.

2004

Modern Irish Painters
March 2004. Alannah Hopkins, Zephyr and Chlori, Form, Cork

http://circaartmagazine.website/backissues/autumn-2004-cork-brian-harte-at-form/
September 01, 2004

2003

Expressing an unease with the nature of images
March 12, 2003. Aidan Dunne, The Irish Times

Exhibitions

Group Shows

2016
Human Condition at Former Los Angeles Metropolitan Medical Center; John Wolf Art Advisory & Brokerage Los Angeles

2011
EverythingSoon at The Joinery Dublin

Exhibitions at GNYP

2017, Brian Harte – Family, GNYP Gallery

Works