© John Beattie.

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EDUCATION

2003-2005 MFA, University of Ulster, Belfast.
1999-2003 BA Art & Design Education, NCAD, Dublin.
1997-1999 GNVQ, North West Regional College, Derry.

FORTHCOMING

2023 The Hugh Lane Museum, Dublin, solo show curated by Micheal Dempsey.
2021 SUART Galleries: A Line of Inquiry @ Syracuse University, group show, New York.
2020 Artist in Residence at Centre Culturel Irlandais, Paris, Sept.

SOLO SHOWS

2016 PERFOMING NGI.988, The LAB Gallery, Dublin City Council, supported by the ESB Centre for the Study of Irish Art, The National Gallery of Ireland.
2016 Adjoining Roles, A collaboration between John Beattie, Andrew Beccone of the Reanimation Library New York, and the Centre for The Study of Irish Art, National Gallery of Ireland, 2016.
2014 A Line of Inquiry, Fort Dunree Military Museum, curated by Declan Sheehan, Artlink, Co.Donegal.
2012 An Artist, The Studio, and all the rest..., RHA Gallery II&III, curated by Patrick Murphy, Dublin.
2011 The Artist Studio Series, The Process Room, The Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin.
2010 The Artist Studio Series, The Return Gallery, Goethe Institute, curated by Jonathan Carroll, Dublin.
2007 The Artist Studio Series, The Context Gallery off-site at Prehen House, Derry.
2007 The Artist Studio Series, The Orchard Gallery, curated by Declan Sheehan & Greg McCartney, Derry.
2005 WORK, Queen Street Studios & Gallery, Belfast.

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2018/19 A Visible Matrix by Gerard Byrne & Sven Anderson: A Line of Inquiry selected for A Visible Matrix installation exhibited at The Douglas Hyde Gallery Dublin, Toulouse Arts Festival, and VOID Art Gallery, Derry.
2017 Its Very New School, with Sarah Pierce, Sarah Browne, Mark O'Kelly, Maria Mc Kinney, Pricilla Fernandez, curated by Jennie Guy, RUA RED Gallery.
2014 Hennessy Portrait Prize, The National Gallery of Ireland, curated by Declan Long, Christine Leech, Donald Teskey, Ann Hodge, Dublin.
2013 Long Drawn Out, Catalyst Arts Gallery, with Alice Maher, Tim Knowles, Christine Mackey, Belfast.
2013 Resistance & Rebellion, Artlink Fort Dunree, commissioned by Declan Sheehan, Co.Donegal.
2012 Are We There Yet?, commissioned for The McGill Summer School, curated by Fiona Mulholland, Co.Donegal.
2012 Crash, with Abridged, curated by Greg McCartney, N.Ireland.
2011 Studio, John Graham Studio, curated by John Graham, Dublin.
2011 Pencil to Plough, The Cross Gallery, curated by Mark St.John Ellis, Dublin.
2011 Viewing Program, The Drawing Centre, New York.
2010 All Colours Black II, The Cross Gallery, curated by Mark St.John Ellis, Dublin.
2010 RHA Annual, Royal Hibernian Academy, Dublin.
2009 Work on Paper, Pallas Contemporary Projects, curated by Gavin Murphy, Dublin.
2009 Overview, Elysium Gallery, Wales.
2009 Fragile, Le Carre Bonnat, Musee Bonnat, curated by Francois Loustau, France.
2008 Once Removed, Wexford Arts Centre, curated by Sean Lynch.
2008 Fragile, LOOP Art Fair, Espai Ubu, curated by Keith Patrick & Maites Lores, Barcelona.
2008 Drawing Day, IMMA, curated by Marguerite O’Molly, Dublin.
2008 Galway Arts Festival, Galway Institute of Art & Design.
2008 The Plinian Sponge, Maybe?, West Cork Arts Centre, Ballina Arts Centre, Cavan Arts Centre, The Ashford Gallery, RHA, touring program.
2007 Open Archive, ARGOS, Centre for Art & Media, curated by Katerina Gregos, Brussels.
2006 Four Lights, Letterkenny Arts Centre, curated by John Cunningham.
2006 EV+A, Limerick City Gallery of Art, curated by Katerina Gregos.
2006 Precaution, IMMA, curated by Janice Hough, Marguerite O’Molly, Johanne Mullan.
2006 02890, The Bankley Art Gallery, curated by Jane Anderson, Manchester.
2006 The Moore Street Lending Library, curated by Sally Timmons & Declan Sheehan, Dublin.
2006 Excursions Performance Festival, curated by Pippa Little, Limerick City Gallery of Art.
2005 EV+A, Limerick City Gallery of Art, curated by Dan Cameron.
2004 John Moores 23, The Walker Museum, Liverpool Biennial.

RESIDENCIES

2015 Apexart Fellowship, March to April, Apexart, New York.
2013 Artlink Fort Dunree, Co.Donegal.
2011 The Artist Residency Program, Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin.
2010 Temple Bar Gallery & Studios, project studio, Dublin.
2010 The Royal Hibernian Academy, Dublin.
2006-2009 Fire Station Artists’ Studios, Dublin.
2005 Drioacht, Blanchardstown, Dublin.
2004 Queen Street Studios, Belfast.

AWARDS

2018 Visual Artist Projects Award, The Arts Council of Ireland.
2016 Visual Artist Bursary Award, The Arts Council of Ireland.
2015 Travel & Training Award, The Arts Council of Ireland.
2013 Donegal County Council Arts Grant.
2012 Visual Artist Projects Award, The Arts Council of Ireland.
2010 Visual Artist Bursary Award, The Arts Council of Ireland.
2007 Visual Artist Bursary Award, The Arts Council of Ireland.
2006 Visual Artist Bursary Award, The Arts Council of Ireland.
2006 Donegal County Council Arts Grant.
2005 Donegal County Council Arts Grant.
2005 Open EV+A Award, Limerick City Gallery of Art.
2003-2005 Arts Humanities Research Board Award.

PUBLICATIONS

2014 Visual Artists Ireland, VAN: “How I Made This”, March/April edition.
2012 Visual Artists Ireland, VAN: “How I Made This”, September/October edition.
2012 Line Exploring Space: a response to The IMMA Drawing Collection, design by New Graphic, commissioned by IMMA’s National Program.
2007 John Beattie Artist catalog, published by The Context Gallery, Derry. Essay’s by Brian Fay (Head of Fine Art DIT, Dublin), and Dr. Christa Mia Lerm Hayes (University of Ulster, Belfast).

SELECTED PRESS AND REVIEWS

2013 Enclave 6, review of solo show at The RHA, by Dr. Pippa Little.
2012 Long Drawn Out, review of group show at Catalyst Arts Gallery, by Slavka Sverakova.
2011 From The Studio of, review of residency period at IMMA, by Alive McCormack.
2010 The Artist Studio Series, review of solo show at The Goethe Institute, by Rebecca O’Dwyer.
2010 The Irish Times, review of All Colours Black II, by Aidan Dunne.
2008 The Irish Times, review of The Galway Arts Festival, by Aidan Dunne.
2008 The Irish Times, review of Once Removed: “The Lynch Mob is coming”, by Aidan Dunne.
2007 Open Archive, ARGOS, by Katerina Gregos.
2007 Distance, The Studio, The Big House, and Painting, John Beattie at Prehen House, by Dr. Christa Mia Lerm Hayes.
2007 Casting a new: Contemporary Drawing Practices and Strategies, by Brian Fay.
2007 Thinking outside the box, Inish Times, by Simon McGeedy.
2006 The Irish Arts Review Magazine, review of EV+A 2006, by Marianne O’Kane Boyle.
2005 Perambulations, EV+A 2005, by Dan Cameron.
2005 The Irish Times; Fringe takes on a subtle approach, by Aidan Dunne.
2005 02890, Circa Magazine, by Tim Stott.
2005 The Moore Street Lending Library, Circa Magazine, by Catherine Skanky.
2005 No Painting, No Politics,University of Ulster, by Dr. Christa Mia Lerm Hayes.
2004 John Moores 23, The Liverpool Post.