Craig Donald, Pinko, painting, oil on canvas, 30 cm diameter, 1.7cm depth
Medium(s): oil on canvas
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Artist - Selected Recognitions
- Award winning artist
- Art work in the Arts Council of Northern Ireland's collection
- Exhibited at the Royal Ulster Academy (Belfast) and Royal Hibernian Academy (Dublin)’s annual exhibitions
‘The following painting presents Christine Keeler and Stephen Ward among friends; key figures in the Profumo Affair and the fall of a government. Ward holds court from the centre: leader, influencer, secret-keeper.’ Craig Donald
Craig Donald’s work deals with our understanding of the past. History and memory are dismantled and recombined, their images decontextualised and reimagined to form layers of meaning calling upon the viewers’ knowledge, memories and imagination in order to be pieced together and create a new narrative.
Find out more on the artist's page.
Work exhibited as part of ‘Gallery 545 Group Exhibition: Contemporary Art of Northern Ireland', 13 November – 5 December 2021, at Gallery 545 in Belfast & online.
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