Kathy Prendergast’s work has persistently revolved around a potent cluster of issues, chief among which are sexuality, identity, landscape, mapping and power. Over the past decade, her work has incorporated maps modified in various ways to take on emotional and personal resonances.

Recent solo exhibitions include Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin (2016); Crawford Art Gallery, Cork (2015); PEER, London (2010); Douglas Hyde Gallery (2006); the Irish Museum of Modern Art (2000) and Tate Britain (1997). Group exhibitions and biennales include the Yokohama Triennale (2017); Tate Britain (2012); Berardo Museum, Lisbon (2011); Irish Museum of Modern Art (2008); 14th Sydney Biennale (2004); 13th Sydney Biennale (2002); Albright-Knox, Buffalo (2001); ICA, Boston (2000); MoMA PS1, New York (1999). In 1995, Prendergast represented Ireland at the 46th Venice Biennale, for which she won the prestigious Premio Duemila Prize.

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Paris, 2017
Paris, 2017
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