"ellipsis..." catalogue available from amazon.com

“ellipsis...” an exhibition catalogue of Irish artist Enda O’Donoghue is now available from amazon.com the ISBN for the catalogue is 978-1-452-86231-6. This catalogue was produced for the exhibition “after JoeBlogs” which was held in Galerie Hunchentoot in Berlin in 2007 and presents paintings produced between 2005 and 2007. The catalogue contains an introduction essay by Dr. Brian Coates in both English and German. http://www.amazon.com/ellipsis-Enda-ODonoghue-Paintings-2007-2005/dp/1452862311

Berlin in a Constant State of Shifting - article by Ferial Kasma

Paper Visual Art Journal - ARTICLE: Berlin in a Constant State of Shifting. Ferial Kasmai, a freelance journalist based in Berlin, writes about Irish artist Enda O'Donoghue and about Berlin's thriving art scene.

"In the last couple of years, Berlin’s art scene has become a magnet for continuous stream of artists from all over the world. The city offers the perfect setting for major exhibitions, international art fairs, commercial galleries, studio visits and other events, as well as social and networking opportunities.

 

Berlin-based Irish artist Enda O’Donoghue discovered the city as a hot spot for contemporary art when he moved there seven years ago......"

read the full article here: http://papervisualart.com/?p=1976

der PROZESS - hunchentoot goes out 2, Berlin - 2010

hunchentoot goes out 2
Leipziger Str. 63, 10117 Berlin
Friday, 27 November, 2009 to Tuesday, 22 December, 2009

der PROZESS

hunchentoot goes out 2

MATTHEW DAVIS, DENNIS NEUSCHÄFER-RUBE, ENDA O’DONOGHUE, MANFRED PECKL, SUSANNE POMREHN, GREGOR STEPHAN, MARC VOLK AND GÜNTER WINTGENS

Curated by Gregor Stephan, Enda O’Donoghue

Galerie hunchentoot presents the second in a series of “off-site” group exhibitions.
Featuring the works of eight artists who play with the depictions of reality, the pieces intersect and collide to create a patchwork of perspectives. The meticulous reproduction or the systematic deconstruction of the photographic, filmic and cartographic object is itself a translation process, one that attempts to reconfigure a part of reality with a personal set of rules. It in turn requires re-translation on the viewer’s part for the art to acquire a significance beyond that of the original maker.

The pieces in Der Prozess demonstrate “other” representative potentials of a familiar medium by thorough breakdown: a large football stadium made up of controlled paint drips, an entire Kubrick film flattened frame by frame into a hypnotic colour matrix. They ultimately offer a challenge of interpretation, a reality filtered and arranged by the art producer, whose perception is decoded and contextualised by the viewer. In a way, Der Prozess not only intimates the observable mechanics on the surface of the artwork, but — perhaps more importantly — at the reciprocal acts of understanding and relaying a certain reality.
 

A catalogue from the exhibition "der PROZESS" is available and can be purchased directly from Blurb online publishing at http://tinyurl.com/derprozess

Publish Date  November 22, 2009
Dimensions  18 x 18 cm, 72 pages
Available as both hardback and softback

der PROZESS exhibition catalogue


A catalogue from the exhibition "der PROZESS" is now available and can be purchased directly from Blurb online publishing at http://tinyurl.com/derprozess

Publish Date  November 22, 2009
Dimensions  18 x 18 cm, 72 pages
Available as both hardback and softback

This catalogue is published on the occasion of the exhibition "der Prozess"

   

 

 

der PROZESS
hunchentoot goes out 2


Susanne Pomrehn, Matthew Davis, Manfred Peckl, Dennis Neuschaefer-Rube, Enda O´Donoghue, Gregor Stephan, Marc Volk und Günter Wintgens

Leipziger Str. 63, 10117 Berlin

Opening: 27th November 2009 at 19:00

Exhibition dates: 27th November – 22nd December 2009

 

der PROZESS - photos from the opening

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

       

The group exhibition “der PROZESS” opened on Friday, 27th November in Berlin and will continue until 22nd December.

The exhibition is located at Leipziger Str. 63 which is 3 to 4 minutes walk from U-Stadtmitte or U-Hausvogteiplatz and near the corner of Markgrafen Str. and Leipziger Str. 

The opening times for the exhibition are: Tuesday to Friday at 4pm-7pm, Saturday 10am-6pm and by appointment.

 

The exhibition features the work of Matthew Davis, Dennis Neuschaefer-Rube, Enda O’Donoghue, Manfred Peckl, Susanne Pomrehn, Gregor Stephan, Marc Volk and Günter Wintgens

 


 

der PROZESS

der PROZESS

hunchentoot goes out 2

Mathew Davis, Dennis Neuschäfer-Rube, Enda O’Donoghue, Manfred Peckl, Susanne Pomrehn, Gregor Stephan, Marc Volk and Günter Wintgens

Leipziger Str. 63, 10117 Berlin
Opening: 27th November 2009 at 19:00
Exhibition dates: 27th November – 22nd December 2009
Opening times: Tuesday-Friday. 4pm-7pm, Saturday 10am-6pm and by appointment

Galerie hunchentoot presents the second in a series of “off-site” group exhibitions.
Featuring the works of eight artists who play with the depictions of reality, the pieces intersect and collide to create a patchwork of perspectives. The meticulous reproduction or the systematic deconstruction of the photographic, filmic and cartographic object is itself a translation process, one that attempts to reconfigure a part of reality with a personal set of rules. It in turn requires re-translation on the viewer’s part for the art to acquire a significance beyond that of the original maker.

The pieces in Der Prozess demonstrate “other” representative potentials of a familiar medium by thorough breakdown: a large football stadium made up of controlled paint drips, an entire Kubrick film flattened frame by frame into a hypnotic colour matrix. They ultimately offer a challenge of interpretation, a reality filtered and arranged by the art producer, whose perception is decoded and contextualised by the viewer. In a way, Der Prozess not only intimates the observable mechanics on the surface of the artwork, but — perhaps more importantly — at the reciprocal acts of understanding and relaying a certain reality.
Organised and curated by Gregor Stephan, Enda O’Donoghue and Hannes Uhlemann.

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der PROZESS

hunchentoot goes out 2

Mathew Davis, Dennis Neuschäfer-Rube, Enda O’Donoghue, Manfred Peckl, Susanne Pomrehn, Gregor Stephan, Marc Volk und Günter Wintgens

Leipziger Str. 63, 10117 Berlin
Eröffnung: 27. November 2009 um 19.00 Uhr

Ausstellungsdauer: 27. November 2009 – 22. December 2009
Öffnungszeiten: Dienstag - Freitag 16.00 – 19.00 Uhr, Samstag 10.00 – 18.00 sowie nach Vereinbarung

Galerie hunchentoot präsentiert die zweite Ausstellung in einer Serie von “off-site”-Ausstellungen.
Acht Künstler deren Werke mit der bildlichen Transformation von Realität arbeiten, erzeugen in ihrer Gesamtheit ein komplexes Muster unterschiedlicher Blick- und Bildwinkel.
Die Arbeiten setzen im Rahmen einer analytischen und systematischen Vorgehensweise auf ungewöhnliche Methoden, um mit Formen und Bildern zu arbeiten, die grundsätzlich einem sehr vertraut sind: ein großes Fußballstadion, das sich aus kontrollierten Farbtropfen zusammensetzt; ein ganzer Kubrik-Film, der Bild für Bild aneinandergereiht sich in eine hypnotische Farbmatrix transformiert oder in Streifen geschredderte Atlanten, die zu neuen Landschaftsbilder collagiert werden.
Die systematische Reproduktion und Dekonstruktion fotografischer, filmischer und kartografischer Objekte stellt einen Transformationsprozess dar, der zum Ziel hat, die anonyme Realität durch ein persönliches System von Regeln zu ersetzen.
Dadurch stellen sie eine Herausforderung an das Interpretationsvermögen dar, und bieten eine durch den Künstler gefilterte und arrangierte Realität. Diese wird erst durch den Betrachter des Kunstwerkes kontextualisiert und entschlüsselt. Der Prozess spielt dabei nicht nur mit den sichtbaren Prozessmechanismen innerhalb und außerhalb des Kunstwerkes selbst, sondern vermittelt auch – und dies ist vielleicht viel wichtiger – durch einen gegenseitigen Akt des Verstehens zwischen Betrachter und Werk unterschiedlichste Bildrealitäten.
Organisiert and curatiert von Gregor Stephan, Enda O’Donoghue and Hannes Uhlemann.

Enda O’Donoghue shortlisted for the Egoart Art Prize

Berlin based Irish artist Enda O’Donoghue has recently been selected as one of the five shortlisted artists for the Egoart Art Prize. www.egoart.sk The art prize EGOART, first awarded in 2003, was created was created by the art group Egoart (Viktor Freso and Lukas Harustiak) as an alternative to other fine art awards in the European region.
The prize was awarded to Jan Hakon Erichsen from Norway and other shortlisted artists were: Van Hove Eric from Belgium, Jan Vormann from Germany and Nigel Grimmer from England. Work from all of the artists can be seen here: www.egoart.sk/?p=art-prize

Open Studio Day - Atelierhaus Mengerzeile

On 3rd October 2009 from 3pm onwards the annual open studio day will be held at the Atelierhaus Mengerzeile, Berlin together with “UNBEGRENZT?” an exhibition of work from the artists of Mengerzeile at the Kunsthalle M3. For further information click here: www.kunsthalle-m3.de

ARTISTS

EXHIBITION “UNBEGRENZT?”

THOMAS TUCHEL, EVA AM WINNERSBACH, MARK BRAUN, PAUL BARNETT, NICOLE HEINZEL, MAIK SCHEERMANN, ENDA O’DONOGHUE, ALEX TENNIGKEIT, WOLFGANG FRIZ, PETER SCHULZ LEONHARDT, JÖRG LÖBIG, ULRICH KRETSCHMANN, MICHELLE LLOYD, HEIN SPELLMANN, MARGUND SMOLKA, HILDEGAARD SKOWASCH, JULIA TSCHAIKNER, MARIANNE WIRRIES, MATHIAS REINMUTH, GABRIELE REGIERT, JOSTEIN KIRKERUD, KARSTEN KRAUSE, ROSS WALKER, CAMERON RUDD, HEIN SPELLMANN

 

OPEN STUDIOS
EVA WINNERSBACH, PETER SCHULZ LEONHARDT, NICOLE HEINZEL, LEO PLAW, HILDEGARD SKOWASCH, ANDREAS WALTER, GABRIELLE REGIERT, JOSEPH KIRKERUD, PAUL BARNETT, ALEX TENNIGKEIT, MICHELLE LLOYD, WOLFGANG FRIZ, ANDREAS WOLTER, ENDA O’DONOGHUE, CAMERON RUDD, ILLONA OTTENBREIT, VALERIE COLLART

 

also for further information on the artists studios and gallery please click here:
www.atelierhaus-mengerzeile.de

 

 

and for the after show party:
www.myspace.com/amigafestival

The Grid

New work by Irish artist Enda O’Donoghue will be included in “THE GRID” an exhibition of small, contemporary works (re)interpreting "the grid" at Milepost 5, Portland, Oregon, USA. The exhibition is curated by TJ Norris and features the work of 27 artists. It runs from August 19th through October 17th. Exhibiting artists: Joe Batholomew, Justin Bland, Katy Devine, Carrie A. Dyer, Ellen George, Kathy Goodell, Hans Habeger, Judy Haberl, Alastair Levy, Kirk Linder, Jason Lockett, Ryan Sarah Murphy, Enda O'Donoghue, Kasia Ozga, Mel Prest, Mara Rivet, John Ruggieri, Megan Scheminske, Andrea Schwartz-Feit, Heidi Schwegler, Jenevive Tatiana, Cara Tomlinson, Sally Verrall, Ken Weathersby, Matthew Weseley, Darrell Williamson For further information visit the website www.milepostfive.com

virtual tour of the Nordart exhibition

An online virtual tour of the Nordart exhibition can be viewed here:
http://www.kic-nordart.de/rundgang/rundgang.html

The exhibition which opened on June 13 in an old steel factory in the town of Büdelsdorf in northern Germany, shows the work of 218 artists from 34 countries. Three paintings by Enda O'Donoghue are included in this exhibition. The exhibition runs until 27th September.

A selection of work from the exhibition can be viewed here:
http://www.tabblo.com/studio/stories/view_super/1751319/i38013390/

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