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Anne Tallentire

Born in Co. Armagh, since studying at the Slade School of Art 1986 – 1988 she has lived and worked in London. Her practice in a range of media including video, film, assemblage, performance, text and photography is primarily concerned with the politics of location, displacement and the everyday. Solo exhibitions and projects include Shelter, Nerve Visual, Derry (2016); AS FAR AS, Hollybush Gardens, London (2015); This and other things, Irish Museum of Modern Art (2010); A Pursuit of Happiness, Douglas Hyde, Gallery 3, (2006); Arena Industriale, Palazzo Pratonieri, Reggio Emelia, Italy (2006); Drift: diagram vii, Void Gallery, Derry (2006); Instances, representing Ireland, Venice Biennale and Lux Gallery, London (1999); ‘Inscribe I’, Orchard Gallery, Derry and No. 2 London Wall Buildings (1994); Resisting the Lullaby, Camerawork (1991) and The Gap of two Birds, The Showroom, London (1989). Significant group exhibitions and projects include Truth: 24 Frames per second, Dallas Museum of Art (2017); Winter Garden, Flat Time House, London (2014); At-your-service, Technicki Muzej Zagreb, Croatia (2014); Keywords, Tate Liverpool (2013); Still we work, Gallery of Photography, Dublin and touring (2013); Object of a life pub. Copy Press (2013); ‘Vexed Endings’, Green and Red, Dublin (2012); ‘Neue Welt’, Frankfurter Kunstverein, Frankfurt (2001); Arbeit*, Galerie im Taxipalais, Innsbruck and Lewis Gluskman, Cork (2006); ‘To Here’, Bloomberg Space, London, (2006); L’imaginaire Irlandais, École nationale supérieure des beaux-arts, Paris, (1996); ‘0044’, PSI, New York (1998); ‘Irish Days Two’, Baltic Art Gallery, Ustka, Poland (1994); Along the Lines of Resistance, Rochdale Art Gallery (1990) and Off the Map, Chishenhale Gallery (1988). A significant aspect of Tallentire’s practice is her on-going collaboration, work-seth/tallentire formed in June 1997. Their exhibitions include Trailer, Hollybush Gardens, London (2016) and Project Arts Centre, Dublin (1999); ‘Densité + 0’, Fri-ART, Friborg, Switzerland, (2004); Manifesto ‘Sum of The Parts’, South London Gallery, (2002); ‘Predator’ KX auf Kampnagel, Hamburg, (2001) and Dispersal, Orchard Gallery, Derry (2000). She is Professor Emeritus at Central Saint Martins where she taught from the early 1990s to 2014 and her work is represented in various private and public collections including IMMA and the Arts Council of Ireland.
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