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A Vague Anxi

Group Show at Irish Museum of Modern Art

A new group exhibition of emerging Irish and international artists addressing some of the broader concerns of Generation Y. Featured artists include Cristina Bunello, Marie FarringtonSaidhbhin GibsonHelio Leonplattenbaustudio,

 Brian Teeling and Susanne Wawra, with performances by Alexis Blake and Stasis.


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Luan Gallery, Athlone

Luan Gallery is delighted to present the work of two renowned artists Eoin Francis McCormack and Susanne Wawra concurrently for the months of August and September 2018. If Not For You by Eoin Francis McCormack will feature in the New Gallery while Living in a Bubble by Susanne Wawra will be shown in the Library and River Gallery spaces.  Exhibition Photos

TULCA 2018, Galway

Syntonic State TULCA 2018

curated by Linda Shevlin

Artists: Bassam Al-Sabah, Cyprien Gaillard, Mark Garry, Sadhbh Gaston, Aoibheann Greenan, Helen Hughes, Jesse Jones, Mark Leckey, Colin Martin, Stella Rahola Matutes, Eleanor McCaughey, Conor McGarrigle, Dennis McNulty, Paul Murnaghan, Gavin Murphy, Ciaran Og Arnold, Laura Ni Fhlaibhin, Ciara O’Kelly, Deirdre O’Mahony, Rosie O’Reilly, The Domestic Godless, Marcel Vidal, Susanne Wawra.

2 - 18 November 2018. See Catalogue

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Catalogue Page Download

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The Irish Times, Gemma Tipton: "In 1989, the Berlin Wall came down and Europe changed. “I want to solidify my memories – but how do you make a memory?” asks Susanne Wawra (36), whose work comes from her own history of growing up in East Germany before the fall of the wall. Her large collages on fabric attempt to call up those fractured but significant moments from the past that accumulate to make you the person you are. She describes it as like “being a spectator in my own life”, where memory is something that “hovers between the real and the imagined.” Link

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Visual Art: Anxious, formidable work at graduate shows

Aidan Dunne (2016): "Susanne Wawra’s memories of travels in Europe and beyond take a more exuberant, enveloping approach in paintings dense and dizzy with sheer sensations."


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