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38th EVA International Final Artist Announcement

Tuesday 30th January, 2018

EVA International – Ireland’s Biennial of Contemporary Art, is pleased to announce the 56 artists who will participate in the 2018 edition

Participating Artists:
 
Peju Alatise
b. 1975 Nigeria
 
Malala Andrialavidrazana
b.1971 Madagascar/France
 
Alexander Apóstol
b. 1969 Venezuela/Spain
 
Artists' Campaign to Repeal the Eighth Amendment
f. 2015 Ireland
 
Jaime Ávila
b. 1968 Colombia
 
Akiq AW
b.1976 Indonesia
 
Patricia Belli
b. 1964 Nicaragua
 
Colin Booth
b. 1951 UK
 
Lee Bul
b.1964 South Korea
 
José Castrellón
b. 1980 Panama
 
Viriya Chotpanyavisut
b. 1982 Thailand
 
Steven Cohen
b. 1962 South Africa/France
 
Bruce Conner
b. 1933 – d. 2008 USA
 
Juan Dávila
b. 1946 Chile/Australia
 
Patrizio di Massimo
b. 1983 Italy/UK
 
Roy Dib
b. 1983 Lebanon
 
Rita Duffy
b. 1959 N. Ireland
 
Adrian Duncan and Feargal Ward
b. 1978 Ireland/Germany
b. 1976 Ireland/Germany
 
John Duncan
b. 1968 N. Ireland
 
Juan Pablo Echeverri
b.1978 Colombia
 
Inji Efflatoun
b. 1924 – d. 1989 Egypt
 
Gonzalo Fuenmayor
b. 1977 Colombia/USA
 
John Gerrard
b. 1974 Ireland/Austria
 
Dominique Gonzalez Foerster
b. 1965 France/Brazil
 
Alejandro González Iñárritu
b.1963 Mexico/USA
 
Laurent Grasso
b. 1972 France
 
Eileen Gray
b. 1878 – d. 1976 Ireland/France
 
Claire Halpin
b. 1973 Ireland
 
Sanja Iveković
b. 1949 Croatia
 
Uchechukwu James-Iroha
b. 1972 Nigeria
 
Mainie Jellett
b. 1897 – d. 1944 Ireland
 
Seán Keating
b. 1889 – d. 1977 Ireland
 
Sam Keogh
b. 1985 Ireland         
 
Marie-Claire Messouma Manlanbien
b. 1990 France
 
Napoles Marty
b. 1982 Cuba/Spain
 
Francis Matthews
b. 1981 Ireland
 
Julie Merriman
b. 1963 Ireland
 
Kevin Mooney
b. 1973 Ireland
 
Locky Morris
b. 1960 N. Ireland
 
Isabel Nolan
b. 1974 Ireland
 
Masahito Ono
b. 1983 Japan/USA     
 
David Pérez Karmadavis
b. 1976 Dominican Republic
 
John Rainey
b. 1985 N. Ireland
 
Dan Rees
b. 1982 UK
 
Marlon T. Riggs
b. 1957 – d. 1994 USA
 
Sutthirat Supaparinya
b. 1973 Thailand
 
Beto Shwafaty
b. 1977 Brazil
 
Mina Talaee
b. 1985 Iran
 
Jenna Tas
b. 1933 The Netherlands
 
Darn Thorn
b. 1975 Ireland
 
Top Lista Nadrealista
a. 1984 – 1991 Yugoslavia
 
Nicolás Vizcaíno Sánchez 
b. 1991 Colombia
 
Ian Wieczorek
b. 1958 UK/Ireland
 
Liu Xiaodong
b. 1963 China
 
Trevor Yeung
b. 1988 Hong Kong

 

The 38th edition of EVA International takes its starting point from the painting Night Candles are Burnt Out (1927) by Irish artist Seán Keating. The painting presents an allegory of the Irish psyche at the advent of the construction of Ardnacrusha, a hydroelectric dam, built that same year on the border of County Limerick. Ardnacrusha was a symbol of early twentieth century engineering, which accelerated the Irish economy and radically shifted the society of the new state. Keating’s painting depicts a host of characters set against the backdrop of the construction site, whose lives are set to change by the dawning of a new era of technological progress.

Included in the exhibition, Night Candles are Burnt Out takes part in the dialogue of contemporary and historical artworks addressing narratives on nationhood, electricity, and the metaphors of power. Rather than a monolithic thematic exhibition, the biennial exhibition proposes itself as a kaleidoscope of essayistic, retinal and bodily narratives of artistic presentation, featuring: new commissions by Malala Andrialavidrazana (Madagascar/France), Sam Keogh (Ireland), and John Rainey (N. Ireland); large-scale installations by John Gerrard (Ireland/Austria) and Sanja Iveković (Croatia); works by modernist visionaries of the 1930s Mainie Jellett (Ireland) and Eileen Gray (Ireland/France); and the experimental approaches of artists from the late twentieth century, including Bruce Conner (USA) and Locky Morris (Ireland/N. Ireland). The generational scope follows a proposition by curator Inti Guerrero of thinking the biennial as a ‘temporary museum’ where the past is reframed to enable a critical perspective on the present.

The 38th EVA International has no title, breaking with a tradition of the biennial that dates back to 1990. This decision, taken by Guerrero is designed to emphasize the word ‘International’ that is central to EVA’s identity. Guerrero explains, “in our current state of nationalisms, hard-borders, protectionism and a complete change of course in humanity, where the liberal belief of a ‘never again’ seems to be dismantling, the word ‘International’ suddenly carries an important weight worth embracing. Since its foundation in 1977 in Limerick, EVA has been a forerunner in understanding the world through art in a transnational, transcultural, international dialogue, presenting its contradictions, anxieties and possibilities.” 

The 38th EVA International will open to the public on Saturday 14 April with previews on 12 and 13 April. Apply for accreditation to attend the press and/or professional preview here: www.eva.ie/accrediation

 

Image: Alexander Apóstol (in collaboration with Rafael Ortega), CONTRATO COLECTIVO CROMOSATURADO, 2012

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