One Image Story is an online curatorial project created by Maria Kapajeva.
It is a collection of two-minute stories told by the artists themselves about one image that has been chosen through discussion with them. The project is an ongoing archive of stories from all over the world. The selection of the artists is based on the ideas in their work with rather than their gender.
An image from my on going project The Cut Tells it’s Own Tale http://www.katenolan.ie/new-gallery-1/
Things are starting to come together.
WALL 2 & 3
A few install shots from my exhibition LACUNA at The Library Project on till the end of the month. There is also a publication as part of New Irish Works for sale as well.
Get your copy here for €10: http://tlp.photoireland.org/shop/lacuna-kate-nolan/
“blank or missing portion in a manuscript,” 1660s, from Latin lacuna “hole, pit,” figuratively “a gap, void, want,” diminutive of lacus “pond, lake; hollow, opening”.
LACUNA at the Oliver Sears Gallery In Residence ll, Fitzroy Square, London.
An exhibition of modern & contemporary Irish art in an international context, we will show over 75 artists across 14 media. Luminaries from the international art world such as Pablo Picasso, Diane Arbus, Uta Barth, Grayson Perry, David Hockney, Jenny Holzer, Alex Katz, Anselm Kiefer, Carol McNicoll and Andy Warhol are juxtaposed by curator Brian Kennedy to sit alongside contemporary Irish greats.