- 297 mm x 420 mm (A3)
- Printed with pigment archival inks
- 305gsm Hahnemühle cotton rag archival paper
- Including certificate of authenticity signed by the artist
Alan Phelan studied at Dublin City University and Rochester Institute of Technology, New York. His varied practice often uncovers queer histories which are reassembled as new narratives in photography, film, sculpture, participatory projects, as well as curating and writing.
The work for Brōdūil uses his signature red, green, and blue colours in stripes to reference his work on the Joly screen photography process, broken up by multiple Larrys. This refers to art/text heroes Larry Johnson and Lawrence Wiener. it comes from a forthcoming series of publications her is co-editing working with some leading text artists.
Selected exhibitions include: Void, Derry; Centre Culturel Irlandais, Paris; RHA, Dublin; The Dock, Carrick-on-Shannon; The Hugh Lane Dublin City Gallery, Irish Museum of Modern Art, The LAB, Dublin; TBG+S, Dublin; LCGA, EVA International, Limerick; Solstice, Navan; Chapter, Cardiff; Bonn Kunstmuseum; Detroit Stockholm; Treignac Projet, France; Bozar, Brussels: ŠKUC, Ljubljana; SKC Gallery, Belgrade; Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. Public works include Kevin Street Library; Fr Collins Park, IMMA formal gardens and a forthcoming work for Void Offsites, Derry. His most recent public work is for DCC/Sculpture Dublin, the O’Connell Plinth Commission, a temporary sculpture outside City Hall, Dublin.
Brōdūil Art Open Call 2022
The Brōdūil Art Open Call ran from 14th March to 24th April 2022 and received over 100 submissions from dozens of LGBTQIA+ artists around Ireland. Launching in June 2022, to coincide with Pride, a selection of 15 artworks from the Brōdūil Art Open Call will be produced as A3 prints and will be made available to purchase from the Brōdūil Art Store exclusively between June 1st – 30th.