6 th – 10 March 2013
The Golden Thread Gallery, with the support of the Arts Council of Northern Ireland, will be presenting Hidden in Plain Sight at the internationally renowned SCOPE 2013 art fair this coming March, as the art world congregates in New York.
The Golden Thread Gallery continues its unique support and profiling of the regions most exciting emerging visual artists, creating opportunities to showcase their excellence and innovation on the world stage. The presentation at SCOPE 2013, New York titled Hidden in Plain Sight, brings together selected works by Martin Boyle, Sinéad Breathnach-Cashell, Ursula Burke, Shiro Masuyama and Brendan O’Neill in a distinctly Belfast way; beautiful, complex, humorous, layered and unpredictable.
The Golden Thread Gallery began its non-for-profit artists’ representation programme back in 2005 when its launched its unique Artist Support and Profiling programme. The initiative is focussed on investing in creating opportunities for local artists to gain national and international exposure and to kick start markets for the regions Contemporary Visual Art. To date the Golden Thread Gallery has presented work by over fifty artists working in Northern Ireland at celebrated Art Fairs in London, Berlin and New York. This project has been generously supported from The Arts Council of Northern Ireland, whose mission is to “place the arts at the heart of our social, economic and creative life”.
SCOPE NY is renowned worldwide for presenting the most innovative galleries, artists and curators. SCOPE’s extensive reach enables an unrivalled opportunity for networking with art patrons, creative professionals alongside the general public. http://www.scope-art.com/index.php/artshow/newyork-2013/press
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Arts Council of Northern Ireland http://www.artscouncil-ni.org/default.asp
For John Keats it was simple “Truth is beauty, beauty is truth. That is all you know and all you need to know”. Hidden in Plain Sight asks us to balance up the merits of accepting beauty without questioning its core.
Hidden in Plain Sight will be on view at Scope New York between the 6th and 10th March 2013.