'Everything and Nothing' a Solo Exhibition by Carl Hickey

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    Wed - Fri: 9:00am - 4:30pm
    Sat: 10:00am - 6:00pm
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    'Everything and Nothing' a Solo Exhibition by Carl Hickey

    A Solo Exhibition of new work by Carl Hickey.

    Carl Hickey’s work primarily takes shape through painting combined with with film and written notes. Carl’s artworks are a document of his surroundings, usually transcribed from videos captured on his phone. They are directly inspired by intimate, sometimes isolated events. Carl’s multidisciplinary approach subtly weaves his personal narrative into the works. 

    ‘My work which is engulfed in intimate and sometimes isolated events is a demonstration of documenting my surroundings. Mostly painting’s transcribed from videos taken on my phone, the work as of late has taken a more personal approach, taking different outlets which include written work and projection.’ Carl Hickey

    About the Artist

    Carl Hickey (B. 1998) hails from Clondalkin, Dublin. He recently graduated from the National College of Art and Design with first-class honours in Fine Art in where he specialised in Painting. Hickey is currently completing a residency in The Dean Art Studios, Dublin which he was awarded as part of the NCAD x Dean Art Studios Partnership after his degree showcase. Carl has exhibited in many exhibitions, including First Day Gallery’s collaboration with Guinness for Culture Night, Hang Tough Contemporary and a solo show in 2022 with Liberty Ink.  

    • About Atelier Now

      Atelier Now is a public gallery and creative studio located on Charlemont Street in the heart of Dublin city. Founded in 2018, Atelier Now brings a fresh approach to creative programming, an openness to artists and a clear vision towards the future. At Atelier Now, we strive to connect, inspire and open the art world out to new artists, audiences and traditions; and strengthen Irish contemporary art culture and industry through the sharing of knowledge, resources and skills. We do this through our public exhibition programme and our artist residency opportunities. The exhibition programme at Atelier Now, is kindly supported by our partner McGarrell Reilly Group.