A text on the exhibition Jealous Wall written by curator Séamus McCormack
Approaching the Landscape at RuaRed, Tallaght reviewed by Aidan Dunne for the Irish Times.
A text by Davey Moor written for the exhibition Tentamen, North Great George’s Street
None Went Mad. . .None Ran Away a text by Rowan Sexton for a group show at the Rubicon Gallery, Dublin
Out of the Ordinary a text by Declan Long commissioned for Out Of Order at the LAB, Dublin
Out of Order at the LAB, Dublin reviewed by James Merrigan for Billion
Out of Order at the LAB, Dublin reviewed by Alissa Kleist for The Visual Artists Newssheet
Out of Order at the LAB, Dublin reviewed by Lauren Hisada for Dubliner Magazine
Out of Order at the LAB, Dublin reviewed by Adrian Duncan for Paper Visual Art Journal
Futures 10 at the Royal Hibernian Academy reviewed by Aidan Dunne for the Irish Times, September 4, 2010
Excerpt from Fragmenting the Mould catalogue essay by Donal Maguire forMaterial Worlds: Contemporary Sculpture from the UK and Ireland
Paperplane at the Joinery, Dublin reviewed by Barbara Knezevic for Paper Visual Art Journal
Preponderance of the Small reviewed by Rosalind Abbot for Trinity College’s University Times
An excerpt from a review of Bookish – When Books Become Art by Gerry McCarthy for the Sunday Times
Bookish – When Books Become Art by Gemma Carroll for the Circa website
Launch / Making Do reviewed by Tim Stott for the Circa website
A text by Peter Richards written for my first solo show at the Lab, Feb 2008
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Niall de Buitléar was born in 1983 in Dublin and graduated with a BA in Fine Art in 2006 from the Dublin Institute of Technology.
Solo exhibitions of his work have been held at Pallas Projects, the Wexford Arts Centre; 126, Galway; and twice at the The Lab, Dublin. He has participated in two-person exhibitions at the Wexford Arts Centre and Queen Street Studios, Belfast. Recent group exhibitions include Approaching the Landscape at RUA RED, Tallaght and Out/Tuo at Catalyst Arts, Belfast.
Previous group exhibitions include None Went Mad…None Ran Away, Rubicon Gallery, Dublin; Futures 10, RHA, Dublin; Material Worlds: Contemporary Sculpture from Ireland and the UK, FE McWilliam Gallery, Banbridge,; Dawning of an Aspect, Green on Red Gallery, Dublin 2009;Bookish: When Books Become Art, Lewis Glucksman Gallery, Cork, 2008; and An Exhibition In 5 Chapters, Contemporary Art Centre, Vilnius, 2007.
He was the 2009-2010 winner of both the Red Stables Irish Residential Studio Award and the Wexford Arts Centre’s Emerging Visual Artist’s Award. He is currently based at Pallas Projects/Studios, Dublin.
Last updated: July 2015