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Eamon O'Kane has exhibited widely and is the recipient of many awards and scholarships including the Taylor Art Award, The Tony O'Malley Award and a Fulbright Award. He has shown in exhibitions curated by Dan Cameron, Lynne Cooke, Klaus Ottman, Salah M. Hassan, Jeremy Millar, Mike Fitzpatrick, Sarah Pierce, Jeanne Greenberg-Rohatyn, Angelika Nollert, Yilmaz Dziewior and Apinan Poshyananda. He has taken part in EV+A, Limerick, Ireland seven times including 2005 when he received an EV+A open award from Dan Cameron. In 2006 he was short-listed for the AIB Prize and received a Pollock Krasner foundation grant. O'Kane has had over forty solo exhibitions including shows in Berlin, Frankfurt, Dublin, Zurich, New York, London and Copenhagen. He was short-listed for the Jerwood Drawing Prize in London in 2007. His artwork is in numerous public and private collections worldwide including Deutsche Bank; Burda Museum, Baden Baden, Germany; Sammlung Südhausbau, Munich; Limerick City Gallery; FORTIS; DUBLIN 98FM Radio Station; Microsoft; Bank of Ireland Collection; Irish Contemporary Arts Society; Country Bank, New York; Office of Public Works; P.M.P.A. and Guardian Insurance; Donegal County Library; UNIBANK, Denmark; NKT Denmark; HK, Denmark; Den Danske Bank, Denmark; Sammlung Strack, Cologne, Germany; Letterkenny Institute of Technology; University Of Ulster, Belfast; Sammlung Winzer, Coburg, Germany; British American Tobacco, Bayreuth, Germany; Aspen RE, London; Rugby Art Gallery and Museum Collection. Eamon completed a three month residency at Centre Culturel Irlandais in Paris in 2008. O'Kane is Professor of Visual Art at The Art Academy, Faculty of Fine Art, Music and Design, University of Bergen, Norway www.kmd.no

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Eamon O´Kane, Born in Belfast, N. Ireland in 1974. Lives and works in Odense, Denmark and Bergen, Norway.



Galleri Christoffer Egelund, Copenhagen, Denmark


Linenhall Arts Centre, Castlebar, Ireland
Galerie DGV, Svendborg, Denmark.
M100, Odense, Denmark
Rochester Art Center, MN, USA


Butler Gallery, Kilkenny Castle, Kilkenny, Ireland
LNM Gallery, Oslo, Norway
Regional Cultural Centre, Letterkenny, Ireland
Draiocht Arts Centre, Ireland
Cavanacor Gallery, Ireland
Kunstgarasjen, Bergen, Norway


Josef Filipp Galerie, Leipzig, Germany
Gregory Lind Gallery, San Francisco, USA
Rochester Art Center, MN, USA
Galleri Christoffer Egelund, Copenhagen, Denmark.


The Model Arts Centre, Sligo, Ireland.
Galway Arts centre, Galway, Ireland.
Riverbank Arts Centre, Kildare, Ireland.
Sainsbury Centre, Norwich, UK.
Galerie DGV, Svendborg, Denmark.

CCA, Centre of Contemporary Art, Derry/Londonderry, N. Ireland (forthcoming)
Klaipeda Culture Communication Center, Klaip?da, Lithuania (forthcoming)

Frobel Studio: The Institute for Creativity, RARE Gallery, New York, NY
Sheldon Art Museum, lincoln, Nebraska, USA
Josef Filipp Galerie, Leipzig, Germany
Gregory Lind Gallery, San Francisco, USA

126 Gallery, Galway, Ireland

There Is Another World, But It Is In This One, RARE Gallery, New York, NY

Crawford Muncipal gallery, Cork, Ireland
Der Glasraum, Gregory Lind Gallery, San Francisco, USA
Teilansicht, Filipp Rosbach Galerie, Leipzig, Germany
Architect's Study, 101 California, San Francisco, USA
E-1027 + Le Cabanon, Seeline Gallery, Los Angeles, USA

ArtSway, New Forest, UK
Plan 9, Bristol, UK
Centre Culturel Irlandais, Paris, France

The Architect’s House, RARE Gallery, New York, USA
GS, Berlin, Germany.
Economist Plaza, London, UK.
Rugby City Museum and Art Gallery, Rugby, UK.
Cavanacor Gallery, Ireland.
Regional Cultural Centre, Letterkenny.

GS, Frankfurt, Germany.
Ashford Gallery, RHA, Dublin, Ireland.

Panorama, Draiocht, Ireland (catalogue).
GS, Berlin, Germany (catalogue).
GFJK, Baden Baden, Germany.

GS, Frankfurt, Germany.

Millennium Court Arts Centre, Portadown, Northern Ireland (catalogue).
Galerie Mikael Andersen, Copenhagen, Denmark.
Retrospective, Process Room, Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin, Ireland.
Cavanacor Gallery, Co. Donegal, Ireland.
Triskel Arts Centre, Cork, Ireland (catalogue).
GS, Berlin, Germany.
Campus Gallery, Bayreuth, Germany (catalogue).

Galerie Pi, Copenhagen, Denmark.
Lead White Gallery, Dublin, Ireland.
Galerie Lutz & Thalmann, Zurich, Switzerland.
Das Atelier im Wald , GS, Frankfurt, Germany.
Hildesheim Kunstverein, Hildesheim, Germany (catalogue).

Scheuermann, Berlin, Germany.
Bildermacher, GS, Frankfurt, Germany (catalogue).
Studio 91 , 011 Podium, Tilburg, Holland.
Solo, Neuffer am Park, Pirmasens, Germany.

AKA II, Belltable Arts Centre, Limerick, Ireland.
Photographs, Fenderesky Gallery, Belfast, Northern Ireland.
After Kafka's America, Hallward Gallery, Dublin, Ireland.

Extension, Irish Arts Centre, New York City, USA.
Tourist Interface, Orchard Gallery, Derry, Northern Ireland.
An American Cross Section, Butler Gallery, Kilkenny Castle, Kilkenny, Ireland (catalogue).
HTML, Javascript, The USA etc., Galleri 21, Malmö, Sweden.

Koordinater MCMIC, Overgaden, Copenhagen


Folly, Lewis Glucksman Gallery, Cork, Ireland
RE:PLACE, Kino Kino, Sandnes, Norway
Relocate, Josef Filipp Galerie, Leipzig, Germany
Affordable Art Fair, New York, USA
Scope Art Fair, New York, USA
Mobile Architecture, Seeline Gallery, LA, USA

Seaside, Josef Filipp Galerie, Leipzig, Germany
Odds, Odda, Norway
Painting exhibition, Bergen Kjøtt, Bergen, Norway
10th Anniversary Show, Gregory Lind Gallery, San Francisco, USA
MOCA Fresh, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, USA
ArtPad SF, San Francisco, USA
Overview, RCC, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal, Ireland
working.drawing, The Dock, Carrick on Shannon, Ireland
The Invisible Seminar (curated by Brandon LaBelle), Bergen Academy of Art and Design, Norway
Are We There Yet?, MacGill Summer School, Glenties, Co. Donegal
Rugby Art Collection exhibition, Rugby Art Gallery and Museum in Rugby, UK
Group exhibition, Cavanacor Gallery

Dublin Contemporary 2011, Dublin, Ireland
Hellenic Foundation for Culture-Annex of Alexandria, Egypt
The 43 Uses of Drawing, Rugby Art Gallery and Museum in Rugby, UK
Luleå Art Biennial, LAB11, The House of Culture and The regional Museum of Norbotten, Luleå, Sweden
Ut i min hage – Nr. 19, Harstad, Norway
It's about Time, Ben Maltz Gallery, Otis College of Art and Design, LA, USA
Social Structures, Sun Valley Center for the Arts, Idaho, USA
L'art de la rencontre, Galerie Favardin & de Verneuil, Paris
Montano's Malady, Galerie Favardin & de Verneuil, Paris
ArtPad SF, San Francisco, USA
DEARC: The RDS Taylor Art Award Exhibition - Celebrating 150 Years, RDS, Dublin
Figure and Ground, Cavanacor Gallery, Ireland
Red, SOMA, Waterford, Ireland

School Days Lewis Glucksman Gallery, Cork, Ireland Art-Report-Edition, Gallery ART-REPORT, Munich, Germany Artist's playgrounds, Micro Onde, Paris and touring to Le Quartier, in Quimper, Brittany, France An Eire of the Senses, Irish Pavilion, World Expo, Shanhai, China and touring to three other venues HAUTE, curated by Roman Stollenwerk, Wignall Museum of Contemporary Art at Chaffey College, Rancho Cucamonga, CA STAY: Simply to Authenticate Yourself, Thomas Thiede & Eamon O'Kane, Public Art project commissioned by Munich City Council, Munich, Germany Smokescreen, Gallery ART-REPORT + Project space WELTRAUM, Munich, Germany Munich Contempo, International Contemporary Art Fair, Munich, Germany Contemporary Istanbul, International Contemporary Art Fair, Istanbul, Turkey Territories, GS, Miami, USA Noughties but Nice: 21st Century Irish Art, premiered in 2009 Limerick City Gallery of Art before touring to Letterkenny Regional Cultural Centre in Donegal, Solstice Arts Centre in Navan, Meath and VISUAL in Carlow throughout 2010
From My Universe: Objects of Desire, Seeline gallery, Los Angeles, USA

OPEN ev+a 2009: Reading the City, Curated by Angelika Nollert and Yilmaz Dziewior, Limerick, Ireland 'Into Irish Drawing', Limerick City Gallery of Art, Ireland; Civic Arts Centre, Hengelo, Holland; Centre Culturel Irlandais, Paris; MCAC, Portadown, N. Ireland.

'Winter Salon', Temple Bar Gallery, Dublin, Ireland.
'Timbuktu', Pallas Contemporary projects, Dublin, Ireland.
ARTfutures 2008, Bloomberg Space, London, UK.
Better is something you build, Kevin Kavanagh Gallery, Dublin
Prize Drawing, Southwell art space, Nottinghamshire, UK
Multichannel, Millais Gallery, Southhampton, UK
Jerwood Drawing Prize, RWA, Bristol; BayArt, Cardiff; Hatton Gallery, Newcastle.

(C)artography: Map-Making as Artform, Crawford Muncipal gallery, Cork.
Jerwood Drawing Prize, Jerwood Space, London and touring UK
Multichannel, ArtSway, New Forest, UK (forthcoming).
LISTE, Berlin, Germany
Ten Years Running, Chelsea Museum, New York, USA
Spike Island Open, Bristol
Scope Art fair, Basel.
The Double Image, Golden Thread Gallery, Belfast.
LISTE, Cologne, Germany
'Not what you'd expect: Irish Painting 1919-2007', Courthouse Gallery, Ennistymon, Co. Clare, Ireland
IONTAS 2007, Sligo Art Gallery, Ireland
'Martin Kippenburger with fries and a shake', Plan 9, Bristol, UK
Scope Art fair, New York, USA.
Inter-Changes, Farmleigh Gallery, Dublin + touring to Highlanes Gallery Drogheda.
CEAD, 411 Galleries, Touring to Shanghai, Hangzhou and Beijing, China.
EV+A 2007 (selected by Klaus Ottmann), Limerick City Gallery of Art, Limerick.

Neue Malerei, Burda Museum, Baden Baden, Germany.
Four Lights, Letterkenny Arts Centre, Co. Donegal, Ireland.
Overlap 2, The British School at Rome, Rome.
Tryingtoland, MACRO Museum, Rome.
Scope Art fair, New York, USA.
AIB Prize Exhibition, RHA, Dublin.
Taylor Prizewinners Exhibition, National Gallery, Dublin.
Overlap 3, The British School at Rome, Rome.
Scope Art fair, London.

A Moment in Time, Temple Bar Gallery & Studios, Dublin.
Drawing From Landscape, Mermaid Arts Centre, Bray; Limerick City Gallery of Art; Crawford Gallery, Cork..
R.H.A. Annual Exhibition (Invited), RHA, Dublin. + 2004 (Invited), 2002, 2001, 2000,1997, 1996
West as metaphor, RHA, Dublin.
Trans-Atlantic, RHA, Dublin.
EV+A 2005 (selected by Dan Cameron), Limerick City Gallery of Art, Limerick.
RISK, CCA, Glasgow.
Frankfurt Art Fair, Frankfurt.
Landscape, Vertigo, London.
Neues aus des Ateliers, GS, Frankfurt.
6X6, Tsiangou, China.
Scope Art fair, London.
Art Cologne, Cologne.
Can Buildings Curate, LOT, Bristol and touring.
Perpetual Portfolio, Museo Nacional del Grabado, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Full Circle, Temple Bar Gallery, Dublin.
Scope Art fair, Miami.
Reference, Cavanacor Gallery.
Max10@Newlyn, Newlyn Art Gallery.
Art Forum, Berlin.
Galerien zu Gast im Kunstverein, Kunstverein Speyer e.V., Germany
meeting.ch, Zürich.
Eigse, Carlow.
Scope Art fair, London.
Re-Joyce, Temple Bar, Dublin.
The Bigger Picture, Cornerhouse, Manchester.
R.H.A. Annual Exhibition, RHA, Dublin.
Travelogue, Butler Gallery, Kilkenny.
Scope Art fair, New York.
Frankfurt Art Fair, Frankfurt.
ARTfutures 2004, London.
Iontas Award Winners Exhibition, Sligo Art Gallery and touring.
6X6, Tsiangou, China.
Art Cologne, Cologne.

50/50, Temple Bar Gallery, Dublin.
Art Forum, Berlin.
Dreams, Sligo Art Gallery, Sligo.
6X6 for Ireland, Shanghai, China.
From Bahia to over by yer', tactileBOSCH, Cardiff.
Works from the collection' Kunsthaus, Gelnhausen, Germany.
The National Gallery, Goethe Institute, Dublin.
Shanghai film festival, China.
Impressions, works from OPW collection, Touring exhibition, Ireland.
EV+A 2003, Limerick City Gallery of Art, Limerick.
Frankfurt Art Fair, Frankfurt.
Referenz, Galerie Lutz & Thalmann, Zurich.
Start, London Art Fair, London.
54 Degrees North, Hull, England.
6X6, Tsiangou, China.
Art Cologne, Cologne.

Tabula Rasa (video projections in Croydon city centre), Croydon, England. Curio, public art project, Brick Lane, London.
SCA-ART Awards exhibition, Kunstverein, Mannheim, Germany.
Straylight: Digital Art Exhibition, Darklight film festival, Dublin.
On Board, Sligo Art Gallery, Sligo.
VII, Lead White Gallery, Dublin.
Mostyn Open 12, Oriel Mostyn Gallery, Wales.
AKA IV, Frankfurt Art Fair, Frankfurt.
Recent Acquisitions, Bank of Ireland Arts Centre, Dublin.
EV+A 2002, Limerick City Gallery of Art, Limerick.
AKA III, Stockholm Art Fair, Stockholm.

Crawford Open 2001, Crawford Gallery, Cork.
Articulate, Station, Bristol.
ArtLink Selected IYA, Victoria Park Plaza Hotel, London.
Victor Treacy Award Exhibition, Butler Gallery, Kilkenny.
Vacationland, Art House, Dublin.
Rondout Sculpture Biennial, Kingston, USA.
I/O, Parsons Gallery, New York City.
EV+A 2001 (selected by Salah M. Hassan), Limerick City Gallery of Art, Limerick.
Millennium Box Set Exhibition, Limerick City Gallery of Art, Limerick.
147 Initiative, Liberty Hall, Dublin.
Focus on Drawing, Limerick City Gallery of Art, Limerick; Crawford Gallery, Cork; NCAD, Dublin.

Perspective 2000 (selected by Lynne Cooke, curator at Dia Center for the Arts, NY), Ormeau Baths Gallery, Belfast.
Microsoft Corporate art Exhibition, Microsoft Ireland, Dublin.
Iontas 2000, RHA, Dublin; Ormeau Baths Gallery, Belfast; Sligo Art Gallery, Sligo; Crawford Municipal Gallery, Cork.
Snapshot' Contemporary Museum, Baltimore (touring).
Refresh: Dystopia + identity in the age of global communication, Tribes Gallery, New York City.
Greetings From..., Public Art Project, New York City + Dublin.
Extracts, Engine Room Gallery, Belfast.
Oireachtas 2000, Dun Laoghaire.
Florence Biennale of Contemporary Art, Ashford Gallery, Dublin.
Jettison, Elmwood Gallery, Belfast.
Iontas '97, RHA, Dublin and touring,
Reading Rooms, Catalyst Arts Gallery, Belfast.
The Third Electronic Art Exhibition, Pisa.


Artistic Research Leader, Bergen Academy of the Art and Design, Norway.

Professor of Visual Art, Bergen Academy of the Art and Design, Norway

Visiting Research Fellow, University of the West of England, Bristol, UK.

Senior Lecturer in Fine Art, University of the West of England, Bristol, UK.

Assistant Lecturer, Limerick School of Art and Design, Ireland.

MFA (Design Technology), Parsons School of Design, New School University, New York, USA.

Research Fellowship (Painting), Cheltenham & Gloucester College of Higher Education, UK.

Master of Fine Art Degree (with Distinction), University of Ulster, Belfast.

B.A. Joint Honours Degree in History of Art and Fine Art Painting, (First Class Honours), NCAD, Dublin.


Imagine Ireland: Culture Ireland Grant

Culture Ireland Grant
Travel Grant, Gæsteatelier Hollufgård, Odense, Denmark

Residency, Centre Culturel Irlandais, Paris.
Residency, Guest Studio, Gæsteatelier Hollufgård, Odense, Denmark.

Cill Rialaig Project, Ireland.
Finalist, Celeste painting prize, London.

Short-listed for AIB Prize, Ireland.
Derek Hill Foundation Scholarship, British School at Rome.

Curated and organised Remote @ LOT (artist run space), Bristol.
Co-curated and organised Poster Show @ LOT (artist run space), Bristol.
EV+A Open Award (selected by Dan Cameron).
Vermont Studio Center, USA.

Artist's work programme, IMMA, Dublin.

Short-listed for SCA-ART Award, Mannheim, Germany.
Residency, Tilburg Art Academy, March-April.
Short-listed for Golden Fleece Award, Dublin.

2001 ('99/'98)
Short-listed for PS1 International Fellowship to New York, Arts Council of N. Ireland.

Media-Play-Off (workshop and conference), Bertelsmann Pavillion, Planet M, Hannover Expo, Hannover.
Artflight Award, Aer Lingus & Arts Council of Ireland.
General Art Award, Arts Council of Northern Ireland.
KPMG Award, Oireachtas 2000 Art Exhibition, Dublin.
Text/Context, collaborative web site with Jack Sal for Hannover Expo 2000, Hannover.

Fulbright Award, Brian Burns Scholarship (visual arts), Ireland-U.S. Committee for Educational Exchange.
ArtLink @ Sotheby's, International Young Art 1999, auctions in Chicago and Tel Aviv.

Tony O'Malley travel award for painters, Butler Gallery & Waterford Crystal.
Emerging Artist Award, Donegal County Council.

Best Drawing Prize, Joint prize, IONTAS, Dublin.
Best Student Prize, Joint prize, IONTAS, Dublin.
Artsite, site specific billboard, Belfast.


Interactive commission, Saffron Gardens, Bristol

Foyer commission, Saffron Gardens, Bristol

Imagine Belfast Panorama commission for Waterfront Hall (Belfast City Council)

Painting commission for Dundalk Institute of Technology

Commissioned painting for Mary McAleese, President of Ireland, Aras An Uachtarain

Hillsborough Castle, portrait commission of Lord Erskine


Deutsche Bank, Germany;
Burda Museum, Baden Baden, Germany;
Limerick City Gallery (National Drawing Collection);
FORTIS, Frankfurt;
DUBLIN 98FM Radio Station;
Microsoft, World Product Group Ireland;
Bank of Ireland Collection;
Irish Contemporary Arts Society;
Country Bank, New York, USA;
Office of Public Works: Department of Agriculture and the Office of the Attorney General;
P.M.P.A. and Guardian Insurance;
Donegal County Library;
UNIBANK, Denmark;
ASPEN RE, London;
NKT Denmark;
HK, Denmark;
Den Danske Bank, Denmark;
Letterkenny Institute of Technology

Works in various private collections in Ireland, England, Scotland, Denmark, the United States, Italy, Belgium, the Netherlands, Spain, Germany.


The Matter of Existence, Nadja Bournonville, catalogue essay, 2010
Wall Painting Project: Thomas Thiede catalogue essay, 2006.
Not arranged in.... essay for Art and Architecture, published by CIRCA, Dublin, 2005.
Object, review for Art Bulletin, Summer 2001.
Drawing in Cyberspace: From the panorama to virtual reality, essay for Drawing Texts, published by Occasional Press, Limerick, 2001.
Nephrop Norvegius, Artist's Book, limited edition, 1998.


Hyperdrawing: beyond the Lines of Contemporary Art (hardcover book)

Creative Ireland: Visual Arts, edited by Noel Kelly and Sean Kissane, September
Dublin Contemporary 2011 (catalogue)
Aidan Dunne, Flair, strength and ambition, The Irish Times, Thursday, Dec 29
Aidan Dunne, Will Dublin Contemporary draw in the punters?, The Irish Times, Thursday, June 23
Aidan Dunne, And so we come to the end . . ., The Irish Times, Friday, Oct 28
Aidan Dunne, Dublin Contemporary: the verdict, The Irish Times, Wednesday, Sept 7
Sunday Times, Sept
Domus interview, http://domusweb.it/en/interview/eamon-o-kanes-hybrids/
Isobel Harbison, School Days: The Look of Learning, Lewis Glucksman Gallery, Frieze, Issue 137, March 2011 - http://www.frieze.com/issue/review/school-days/
Maeve Connolly, School Days: The Look of Learning, Lewis Glucksman Gallery, Art Monthly
Aidan Dunne, Charting 150 years of winners, RDS, Irish Times, Feb. 25

Joey Stevenson, Sep. 2010 flavorwire.com and flavorpill.com
Article in SpinArt, Rundgang durch die Spinnerei-Galerien Leipzig
Article in Leipziger Volkszeitung, Kunst in der Spinnerei 09/07/2010
Article in edition of Building Material, published by AAI
Sharon Mizota, Eamon O´Kane at See Line Gallery, LA Times, March 19


Neverlands. Architecture and the City in the Contemporary Arts for the Berlin-based international publisher Gestalten www.gestalten.com to be launched in Spring 2009

Spacecraft 2: More Fleeting Architecture and Hideouts, www.gestalten.com
Review by David Trigg, CIRCA Art Magazine
Capital Magazine, article
Plans for the Past and the Future, reviewed by David Trigg for a-n magazine Artists Newsletter

CARTOGRAPHY: Artists + Maps, which will be published as a hardcover edition by Princeton Architectural Press in late 2008/early 2009.

Laura McGovern, Better is something you build, Kevin Kavanagh Gallery, Dublin, http://www.recirca.com/reviews/2008/texts/bisyb.shtml

Aidan Dunne, 'Contriving a striking absence on canvas' Irish Times, February 13

Lucy White, 'Making A Space', Metrolife Dublin, Feb 13th

Aidan Dunne, A Tale In The Trunk, Irish Times, Jan. 2008

Fergal Gaynor, "ev+a 2007" CIRCA Issue 120, Summer 2007

Aidan Dunne, "Is the wall big enough for both of them?" Irish Times, October 8, 2007

"EV+ A 2007: A Sense of Place" Contemporary Magazine, No. 94, Zoë Gray, 2007

Aidan Dunne, "More Space for a Sense of Place" Irish Times, 5 April. 2007

Aidan Dunne, 'Deep Immersion in the World' Irish Times, 17 Jan. 2007

Panorama Draiocht (catalogue), text by Gemma Tipton, published by Draiocht, Dublin ISBN 0-9545582-4-3. 2006

'Auf der Galerie' (catalogue), published by GS, Frankfurt/Berlin. 2006

Ruth Händler, 'Auf der Suche nach dem idealen Atelier' Häuser, Germany, 2006

'Neue Malerei: Erwerbungen 2002-2005', published by Museum Frieder Burda, Baden-Baden. 2005

Dan Cameron, 'Perambulations' EV+A catalogue. 2005

FAZ, Frankfurt, Sept. (3 articles). 2005

Caoimhin Macgiolla Leith, Trans Atlantic catalogue, published by the Ireland-US Fulbright Commission. 2005

Dr. Yvonne Scott, The West as Metaphor catalogue, published by RHA Gallery, Dublin. 2005

Chris Schuler, 'A natural world made modern' The Independent, 8 June. 2005

Aidan Dunne 'Opening spaces in the city' Irish Times, 22 March. 2005

Mobile Museum (catalogue), texts by Megan Arney, Niamh Ann Kelly and Gemma Tipton, published by Millennium Court Arts Centre, Portadown. 2005

Aidan Dunne 'A self-contained show turned inside out Irish Times, 29 Dec. 2004

Dr. Slavka Sverakova 'The Studio' CIRCA, Winter 2004

Peter Michael Hornung "Kitschmaleri' Politiken, 19 Nov 2004

'Twin Peaks Stemning' Berlingske Tidende, 25 Nov 2004

Marc Spiegler 'German Market Swings Back Into Action', www.theartnewspaper.com 2004

Walter Robinson 'Blue Skies Over Berlin' www.artnet.com, 23 Sept 2004

Thomas Eller 'FAIR Frankfurt' www.artnet.com, 24 May 2004

Overlook (catalogue), texts by Claire Doherty and Padraig Timoney, published by GS, Frankfurt/Berlin ISBN 3-934545-07-6.

Studio in the Woods (catalogue), text by Mike Fitzpatrick, published by Campus Galerie, Bayreuth.

Brenda McNally 'Building a Successful Career' The Sunday Tribune, 7 Sept 2003

'Grand Tour', Tages Anzeiger, 21-27 Aug 2003

Ros Drinkwater 'Gambling on Art's Young Talent' Sunday Business Post, 16 March 2003

Aidan Dunne 'Opening Irish Gallery Doors' Irish Times, 15 March 2003

Philipp Meier 'Referenzen und Reverenzen' Neue Zurcher Zeitung, 3 Feb 2003

Fictionlands (catalogue), text by Klaus Dierssen, published by Kunstverein Hildesheim, ISBN 3-935729-09-x 2003

Mark Ewart, 'Crawford Open 2' SSI Magazine, July/August 2002

Die Bildermacher, texts by Mark Stafford and Anja Musiat, published by GS, Frankfurt/Berlin 2002

Apinan Poshyananda, 'Concerning Heroes + Martyrs' EV+A Catalogue, May 2002

Aidan Dunne, 'A rewardingly obsessive attention to artistic detail' Irish Times, Jan 2 2002

Aidan Dunne, 'Maintaining classical calm in life's flux' Irish Times, Sept 19 2001

Mary Cassai, "Kingston Biennial changes 'beat'" Daily Freeman, July 20 2001

Declan Kiberd, Millenium Box Set Hot Bed Press, Limerick, July 2001

Aidan Dunne, 'Cautionary Tale of a Gallery Guide' Irish Times, May 9 2001

Eric Beazley, 'AKA (After Kafka's Amerika) by Eamon O'Kane', www. entertainmentireland.ie, May 1 2001

AKA (catalogue), published by Belltable Arts Centre, Limerick

Mary Cassai, 'Art Beat' (Review) Daily Freeman, Sept 15 2000

An American Cross Section' (catalogue), text by Fiona Kearney, May 2000

'Nord Kunst' television interview, Malmö, March 2000

Brid Nelson, 'Anything Irish' television interview, Woodstock open access television, USA, March 2000

Roberta Reeners (Ed.), 'A Buyers guide to Irish Art', Ashville Media Group Ltd, Dublin 1999

Ruth Jones, 'Niamh O'Malley, Eamon O'Kane, Joanna Fursman' SSI magazine, Nov 1999

Jeanne Greenberg, 'EV+A:Reduced' Catalogue, (Illus.), Limerick, May 1999

Mark Currah, 'Sean Hillen, Eamon O'Kane: KoRaw' Time Out, London, 28 April 1999

'Sean Hillen, Eamon O'Kane: KoRaw' Evening Standard, London, 26 April 1999

Ole Reitov, 'Kulturnyt' (interview), Danmarks Radio P1, 23 Feb.

Susanne Jørgensen, 'Eamon O'Kane', BT, 29 Jan.

Ole Schierbeck, 'Irsk Kulturfremstød i Danmark', Politiken, 8 Jan.

Mette Olsen, 'Irerne kommer til byen', Jyllandsposten, 8 Jan.

Tal Danai, 'International Young Art '99' ArtLink @ Sotheby's, Tel Aviv/Chicago, Jan.



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