Artist

Fergus Martin was born in Cork, Ireland.  He studied painting at Dun Laoghaire School of Art from 1972 – 1976.  From 1979 – 1988 he lived and worked in Italy, where he lectured in English Language at The University of Milan.  In 1988, he returned to painting and had his first solo exhibition at the Oliver Dowling Gallery, Dublin, in 1990.    Martin has shown widely in Ireland and internationally and his work is included in many private and public collections, including those of The Irish Museum of Modern Art and Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane. Sculpture commissions include Steel , at the East Gate entrance gates to the Irish Museum of Modern Art in 2008, and Lincoln Place at Dublin Dental Hospital, in 2010.    

During 2013, as part of the collaborative duo Fergus Martin & Anthony Hobbs, he took part in exhibitions in Dublin – an installation in the courtyard of The Irish Museum of Modern Art - and Brussels to mark Ireland’s EU presidency, and in the 6th Biennal of Contemporary Art in Melle, Fance. Their work is included in the collection sof The Irish Museum of Modern Art and The Arts Council of Ireland.          Fergus Martin is represented by Green on Red Gallery, Dublin.  

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Fergus Martin
Fergus Martin
Untitled 2015
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Untitled, 2015
Untitled, 2015
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Untiled, 2015
Untiled, 2015
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Carborundum + Intaglio
Untitled, 2015
Untitled, 2015
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Carborundum + Intaglio
Untitled, 2015
Untitled, 2015
Edition of 25
Carborundum + Intaglio
Untitled, 2015
Untitled, 2015
Edition of 25
Carborundum + Intaglio
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