Aideen Barry is visual artist with a national and international profile, whose means of expression are interchangeable, incorporating performance, installation, architecture, sculpture, film, moving image and lens based media. Barry is currently showing solo at the Crawford Municipal Gallery in Cork, a work in the group show "The Way Things Go" at the Butler Gallery Kilkenny, and solo with Vast, Deep, Slice, at the Lexicon Gallery Dublin. She recently showed a survey solo show at Royal Hibernian Academy entitled Brittlefield and will show solo in 2018 in MARFA contemporary (Texas), in Luan Gallery Athlone (IRE) and with a solo at Galería Concreta, in Santiago, Chile in November 2018 . She was Artist in Residence on the Irish Museum of Modern Art, residency programme for 2016 and presented work in the IMMA project spaces earlier this year. Barry was recently awarded a VSC fellowship and residency at the prestigious Vermont Studio Centre (US) and was awarded the Modern Ireland in 100 Artworks award fro her 2015 collaborative work Silent Moves by the Royal Irish Academy. Her work has recently been acquired by the Trinity College Dublin Collection, and others can be found in permanent collections at the Arts Council of Ireland, The Butler Gallery Collection, The Headlands Centre for the Arts ( California), Art Omi Collection, (New York) The Museu de la Garrotxa (Catalonia), NUIG Collection, various county council collections, the OPW and at the Centre de Art Contemporary, Malaga ESP. Barry teaches at Limerick School of Art and Design.
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