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John O’Reilly Solo Exhibition in Irish Architectural Archive, 18 - 28 February
Date:Tuesday 18 February 2020 - Friday 28 February 2020
Time:10.00am - 5.00pm
Location:45 Merrion Square, Dublin 2
18 - 28 February 2020
Irish Architectural Archive | Admission free
John O’Reilly’s upcoming solo exhibition features oil paintings of industrial, banal and marginal spaces such as storage tank sites, car parks and industrial plants.
About the Artist
John O'Reilly is a visual artist based in Dublin. With a background in graffiti, John deconstructed the traditional American graffiti forms with the aim of developing unique aesthetic and structural approaches. He was among the first contributors to an emerging national graffiti community.
In 2008, He began painting urban landscapes in oils primarily of marginal spaces he had often painted in as a graffiti artist. His oil works attempt to capture pastoral like atmospheres of the city. Recent paintings are inspired by the effects that a medium may have on our lives, often represented by vehicular impact on the built environment.