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Mark Garry, b.1972

After Nature II2017

North of the west and After Nature I, II & III were both created by Mark Garry for An Afterwards, a solo exhibition at Luan Gallery, Athlone (2017). The artist used the exhibition’s location, close to where he grew up, as the starting point to reflect upon a number of defining associative social, cultural and topographical characteristics of his upbringing. The series of lithographs were made with Master Printmaker Michael Timmons and are part of an ongoing series of experiments with colour and generative technique.

MediumLithograph
Dimensions Unframed, 47.5 x 45 cm
Item NumberIMMA.4020
Copyright For copyright information, please contact the IMMA Collections team: [email protected].
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Mark Garry, After Nature II, 2017, Lithograph, Unframed, 47.5 x 45 cm, Collection Irish Museum of Modern Art, 2017

For copyright information, please contact the IMMA Collections team: [email protected].

About the Artist

Mark Garry b.1972

Irish artist Mark Garry uses a variety of media and mechanisms to construct delicate, site-specific institution-based installations. These measured and meticulous systems of construction, combine physical, visual, sensory and empathetic analogues and incorporate a range of natural and craft materials and processes such as plants, thread, beads, woodcarvings and manufactured materials such as coloured contact, origami, and mechanical musical mechanisms.

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