Wild Thing, Kinsale (detail), drypoint, watercolour chine collé, 63 x63 cms.
Italian-Irish Connections / Stampa Ora
A collaborative exhibition project between the Association Nazionale Incisori Contemporanei & Cork Printmakers.
The exhibition will tour to Foundazione Villa Benzi, Treviso; Universita Degli Studi Sassari, Sardinia; The Crawford Art Gallery, Cork and Garter Lane Gallery, Waterford, 2018. Curated by Anne Hodge, Curator of Prints, at The National Gallery of Ireland.
Two drypoint prints made for State of Print, curated by Limerick Printmakers, Encuetro y Conferencia Internacional Multidisciplinar de Grafica, Santander 2018; Ambaixada de Barcelona, Espai Cultural EINA, Barcelona, 2018,
The Killaloe Series
The Killaloe Series is a set of eight intaglio prints made by David Lilburn in 2017, to be shown at the 5th Killaloe Music Festival, 2017.
Each print, drypoint and watercolour, has an image size of 33x33cms and is printed on Fabriano Ivorio, 280gms paper h70 x 50cms and is in an edition of ten.
The book Pony by Tony Curtis & David Lilburn (poems by Tony Curtis, images by David Lilburn), first published by Occasional Press, in collaboration with Ballynahinch Castle in 2013 was last reprinted in paperback in 2017.
Kilkee Redrawn, drypoint, watercolour, chine colle, 70 x 100cms, Exhibited at the RHA Annual Exhibition, Dublin, 2017.
RHA Annual Exhibition, Dublin
A Walking Drawing, pencil on paper, 73 x 83cms, exhibited at the 188th RHA Annual Exhibition, Dublin, 22 May- August, 2018
Publications / Articles
Léargas, Connemara Observed, Clifden Arts Festival 2018
Good Morning Mr. Turner
Article on Niall Naessens exhibition at the National Gallery at the 2018 Seasons’ annual display of the Turner Collection in the Irish Arts Review. Winter, 2017/2018
Link to Article: Good Morning Mr Turner
Dietrich Blodau: A Life of Observations
A special edition book Deitrich Blodau: A life of observations designed by David Lilburn was published in 2017 by the Hunt Museum, Limerick, to mark the occasion of a retrospective exhibition of work by Deitrich Blodau.
Links: Nina Blodau: firstname.lastname@example.org
Article in the current edition of Irish Migration Studies in Latin America 9:1 2018 ‘Conscience as Compass: Creative Encounters between Ireland and Latin America’.