BIO


Anne Hendrick (b.Wexford) has a BFA in Painting and History of Art from NCAD where she graduated in 2006 and an M.Phil in Film Studies from Trinity College. Since graduating Anne has exhibited extensively throughout Ireland in galleries such as TBG&S, the RHA, Monster Truck and Roscommon Arts Centre as well as the UK, Iceland and Barcelona. Her work is part of the collections of the Office of Public Works / Irish State Collection, Wesley College, Co. Dublin, Waters Technologies Ireland and private collections in Ireland, the UK and Berlin. She is a co-founder of the artist collective Scissors Cuts Paper who began working collaboratively in 2006, they are currently working toward a multi-disciplinary performative event for 2016 (www.scissorscutspaperblog.blogspot.ie). In 2011 she co-founded the artist-as-curator venture White Wolf Projects with Ciara O'Hara (www.whitewolfprojects.com).


In 2012 she completed an artist's residency programme with The Association of Icelandic Visual Artists in Reykjavik. Her fifth solo show Hokum opened in December 2012 in Eight Gallery, Dawson Street, Co. Dublin.


In 2014 she hosted solo exhibitions with the Wexford Arts Centre, Being Without Finish July 21st-August 31st and Jest  October 16th-November 8th with the Talbot Gallery, Dublin.In October 2014 she exhibited as part of the three person show Patient Staring   in the Wexford Arts Centre with Aileen Murphy & Emma Roche, curated by Paul Doran as part of the Wexford Fringe Festival.

She exhibited in Wexford again in 2015 in the exhibition 'Here 'n' Now' An Exhibition of Paintings by Joanne Boyle, Anne Hendrick, Niamh McCann Sinéad Ní Mhaonaigh, Aileen Murphy, Sven Sandberg, Simon Slattery, Derick Smith, Kathy Tynan and Chanelle Walshe. She also exhibited in Pallas Contemporary Projects in 2015 in the exhibition PANORAMA with artists Joanne Boyle, Diana Copperwhite, Mollie Douthit,Gillian Lawler, Ruth E. Lyons, Niamh McCann, Aileen Murphy, Sinéad Ní Mhaonaigh, Lesley-Ann O'Connell, Sanja Todorovic, Kathy Tynan and Chanelle Walshe.


She works primarily in the medium of painting and is currently also working with video and installation. She currently lives and works in Dublin.


EDUCATION

2016: M.Phil Film Studies, Theory, History, Practice, Trinity College Dublin.

2002-2006: BA (Joint Honours) Fine Art Painting and History of Art National College of Art and Design, Dublin.
2013: Certificate ‘Creating Site-Specific Dance & Performance Works’ Cal Arts: California Institute of the Arts.
2001: Fetac Level 5 Award: Art & Design, Gorey Community School, Wexford.

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2014 Being Without Finish, Wexford Arts Centre, Wexford, July 19 – August 30.
2014 Jest, The Talbot Gallery, Dublin, October 19th - November 22nd.
2012 Hokum, Eight Gallery, Dublin, December-January.
2009 The Surface of Events, The Talbot Gallery, Dublin, October-November.
2009 Horse Ballet, Monster Truck Gallery, Dublin, September.
2007 A Seamless Fiction, Stone Gallery, Dublin, June-July.
2007 Whitescapes and other stories, The Talbot Gallery, Dublin, May.


SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2016:
Imago Mundi, Luciano Benetton Collection, Italy.


2015:
Panorama Joanne Boyle, Diana Copperwhite, Mollie Douthit,Anne Hendrick,Gillian Lawler, Ruth E. Lyons, Niamh McCann, Aileen Murphy, Sinéad Ní Mhaonaigh, Lesley-Ann O'Connell, Sanja Todorovic, Kathy Tynan and Chanelle Walshe, Pallas Contemporary Projects, Dublin, March.
Here 'n' Now Joanne Boyle, Anne Hendrick, Niamh McCann Sinéad Ní Mhaonaigh, Aileen Murphy, Sven Sandberg, Simon Slattery, Derick Smith, Kathy Tynan & Chanelle Walshe, Greenacres Fine Art, Wexford, August.


2014:
Transient Worlds Peter Burns, Gabhann Dunne, Anne Hendrick, Mary Noonan & Caroline Patten, Ranelagh Arts Centre, May.
Patient Staring Three-person exhibition with Aileen Murphy & Emma Roche, curated by Paul Doran, Wexford Arts Centre, October 19th - December 3rd. Selection BOX,The Talbot Gallery, Dublin, December 4th - December 20th.


2013:
Eu-topia Anne Hendrick, Anthony Murphy, Laura MacMorrow & Ann Marie Webb, curated by Aoife Flynn, Unit H, Dublin, December.
40/40/40 State Collection Touring Exhibition with the OPW & Department of Foreign Affairs, Italy, Poland, Spain, & Dublin.
VUE Art Fair with Eight Gallery in the RHA, Dublin, November.
Selection BOX The Talbot Gallery, December 6th December 21st.
Proof it! The Library Project/Black Church Print Studio, Dublin, December.


2012:
Scissors Cuts Paper Artist Collective, group show and performance with Propeller Island, London, April.
VUE Art Fair with Eight Gallery in the RHA, Dublin, November.
Too Many Options Samband Íslenskra Myndlistarmanna Gallery / The association of Icelandic visual artists, November.
Fast Moving Consumer Goods The Talbot Gallery, Dublin, November.


2011:
New Connections Rua Red South Dublin Arts Centre, Group Show, Dublin, April.
Scissors Cuts Paper Artist Collective, group show and residency ‘The Guesthouse’ Cork, September.
Fables with Peter Burns and Mary Noonan curated by Patrick T.Murphy, Roscommon Arts Centre, November.
Scissors Cuts Paper Artist Collective at Art Work Embassy, Art Trail Ireland ‘The Elysian’ Cork, November.
VUE Art Fair with the Talbot Gallery in the RHA, Dublin, November.
Wrapping up for Christmas The Talbot Gallery, Dublin, November.


2010:
Scissors Cuts Paper launch of their first zine Space Invaders, 8 North Main Street, Cork, March.
Scissors Cuts Paper launch of their second zine Monster Truck Gallery and Studios, Dublin, June.
Ranelagh Arts Festival [Pause] curated by Cleo Fagan, Multiple Site Event as part of Culture Night 2010, September.
Scissors Cuts Paper launch of their third zine the Bernard Shaw Portobello, Dublin, November.
Scissors Cuts Paper launch of their fourth zine Hello Operator, Dublin, December.


2009:
RHA Gala Night Fundraiser Royal Hibernian Academy Ely Place, Dublin.
NAG Group show, curated by Mark St. John Ellis, Cross Gallery, 59 Francis St, Dublin June.
Charity Art Sale in aid of the Botshabelo School & Orphanage in South Africa, Mockingbird Arts on North Great George’s Street curated by Cleo Fagan, June.
Art Swap, Monster Truck Gallery in ‘This Must Be the Place’ curated by Paul Murnaghan and Sally Timmons, IMOCA, Dublin.


2008:
Big Foot Monster Truck Gallery, Dublin, in association with the RHA, February.
Ashford Touring Exhibition, ‘The Plinian Sponge, maybe’ curated by Mark St. John Ellis, Cavan, Mayo, Roscommon, Galway & Cork, Ireland, February-August.
Lens curated by Cleo Fagan, Stone Gallery, Dublin, March.
Adams Contemporary and Modern Art Auction, Dublin, April.
The Dublin Antiques and Contemporary Art Fair in the RDS, Dublin, April.
ART 08 Contemporary Art Fair, RDS, Stone Gallery stand, Co. Dublin, curated by Cleo Fagan, May.
Charity Art Sale in aid of the Mazabuka Zambia Appeal, ‘This is not a shop’, 26 Benburb Street Dublin 7 May.
Art Swap Monster Truck Gallery, Dublin, in association with the RHA, May.
Guasch Coranty International Painting Prize. Finalist's exhibition, Centre Cultural Metropolità Tecla Sala, L'Hospitalet, Barcelona, Spain, June-July.
Scissors Cuts Paper ‘Folds’ Artist Collective, group show, One Gallery, Dublin, June.
Brick Lane Gallery ‘Confessions of a Tiger’ 196 Brick Lane, London, UK, July 1-7.
Boyle Arts Festival ‘New Works’, Roscommon, July.
David Manley Award Art Auction, Dublin, November.
Winter Salon Temple Bar Gallery and Studios, Dublin Nov-Dec.
Treat 08 The Talbot Gallery & Studios, Dublin, December.
Christmas Group Show Sycamore Salon, Sycamore Gallery, Dublin, December.


2007:
Adams Contemporary and Modern Art Auction Auction House, Dublin.
Exhibition of Emerging Contemporary Irish Artists Boyle Arts Festival, Roscommon, July.
Kilkenny Arts Week, Kilkenny.
Art Auction in aid of the ISPCA in association with The Ashford Gallery and Whythes, Dublin, October.
Scissors Cuts Paper Artist Collective, group show, Monster Truck Gallery, Dublin, September.
The Dublin Antiques and Contemporary Art Fair in the RDS, Dublin, September.
Art @The Globe: An exhibition of female artists curated by artist Sheila Rennick, The Globe, Georges Street, Dublin.
Treat 07 The Talbot Gallery & Studios, Dublin, December.
Big Store curated by Rayne Booth and Alan Butler Temple Bar Gallery and Studios, Dublin, December.


2006:
End of Year Painting exhibition curated by Mark St. John Ellis, The Ashford Gallery, Dublin, December.
Treat The Talbot Gallery & Studios, Dublin, December.
It is a kind of Magic: Recent Graduate Show curated by Mark St. John Ellis, The Ashford Gallery, Dublin. September.
Being and Becoming: Recent Graduate Show curated by Cleo Fagan, Stone Gallery, Dublin. August.
NCAD Fine Art Graduation Degree show Thomas Street, Dublin, June.


2005:
New Irish Painting, curated by Marianne O'Kane, The Context Gallery, Derry.
Sofa So Good Filmbase, Curved Street, Temple Bar, Dublin, June.


AWARDS & RESIDENCIES

Residency: Samband Íslenskra Myndlistarmanna Gallery / The association of Icelandic visual artists, November 2012.
Travel & Training Award, Irish Arts Council, November 2012.
Shortlisted: Carlow Community School, ‘Per cent for Art Scheme’ 2011.
Shortlisted: Wexford Arts Centre, Emerging Visual Artist Award 2011.
Finalist in the Guasch Coranty International Painting Prize. Barcelona, June 2008.


PRESS & PUBLICATIONS

2013:
‘What Lies Beneath’ (A profile of the painting: ‘The U.S Amundsen-Scott Station at the South Pole on 11 January 1986’ by Anne Hendrick) The Sunday Independent, May 12th, Niall MacMonagle.
40/40/40 (State Collection) Exhibition of Contemporary Art celebrating Ireland's 40 years in the European Union exhibition catalogue.


2011:
‘A new exhibition that shows how emerging artists are moving on from the work of established names makes you question what art should be about’ Culture Magazine The Sunday Times, 1st May, Cristin Leach.


2010:
‘The shape of things to come: Thirty young Irish artists and performers who will be the stars of tomorrow’ Culture Magazine, The Sunday Times, 24th October, Eithne Shortall.


2009:
‘Anne Hendrick: the Surface of events, the Talbot Gallery, October - November 2009’ Recirca, November 2009, Niamh Dunphy.


2008:
The Plinian Sponge, maybe? Exhibition catalogue with essays by Mark St.John Ellis and Laura Brennan.
Guasch Coranty International Painting Prize exhibition catalogue
‘Adam's sale dominated by beguiling landscapes’ Sunday Business Post, April 6th, Ros Drinkwater.
A Buyers Guide to Irish Art edited by Jane Humphries.


2006:
‘The Art of Dressing’ The Sunday Independent, ‘Life’ Magazine Supplement, Aug 13th, Constance Harris.
‘Students pile the metaphors high’ The Irish Times, June 9th, Aidan Dunne.
New Irish Painting, exhibition catalogue with essays by Robert Armstrong and Marianne O'Kane.


COLLECTIONS

The Irish State Collection / The Office of Public Works (O.P.W) Dublin.
Wesley College, Dublin.
Waters Technologies Ireland.
The Talbot Gallery, Dublin.
Private collections in Ireland, the U.K and Berlin.


RELATED EXPERIENCE AND PROJECTS

June 2006-Present, founding member of Artist Collective ‘Scissors cuts Paper’.
December 2010-Present, founding member of artist-as-curator, not-for-profit venture ‘White Wolf Projects’.
Private commission to produce three large-scale works for Waters Technologies Ireland.
Commended undergraduate thesis: ‘Sinister Suburbia’: The use of an American Suburban Landscape in the work of David Lynch and Gregory Crewdson.
Commissioned to produce two works published on the cover of the book ‘Poetry Now’, edited by Niall Mac Monagle.


CURATED

‘Una Cosa Mentale’ Group Show, Stone Gallery, Dublin, July 11-August 16, 2008.
‘Futurology: Recent Graduate Show’ Stone Gallery, Dublin, August 22-September 25, 2008.
‘Good on Paper’ Group Show, Stone Gallery, Dublin, October 31-November 22, 2008.
Christmas group show ‘About Time’ Stone Gallery, Dublin, 28 November-December 23, 2008.
‘New Traditions’ Group Show, Stone Gallery, Dublin, January 15-February 14, 2009.
‘Bing Bang Bong and a Tea Party’ Group Show, Stone Gallery, Dublin, February 19-March 21, 2009.
‘Wayfaring’ Group show, Stone Gallery, Dublin, March 26-April 25, 2009.
Stone Gallery booth at ID&A Art Fair in RDS, Dublin, May 2009.
‘Mutability’ Group Show, Stone Gallery, Dublin, August 6-September 17, 2009.
‘All Together Now’ Group Show, Stone Gallery, Dublin, September-November, 2009.
‘Preface’ Pallas Contemporary Projects, Dublin, July 2010.


CO-CURATED

‘Scissors Cuts Paper’, scissorscutspaper, Monster Truck Gallery & Studios, Dublin, 2007 (co-curated with Fiona Chambers, Lucy Sheridan and Maire O'Mahony).
‘Folds’, scissorscutspaper, One Gallery, Dublin, 2008 (co-curated with Fiona Chambers, Lucy Sheridan and Maire O'Mahony).
‘Mysteries of contemporary inspiration and other wonders’ Vanessa Donoso Lopez solo exhibition, Stone Gallery, Dublin, September 2008 (co-curated with Vanessa Donoso Lopez).
Monster Truck booth at ID&A Art Fair in RDS, Dublin, May 2010 (co-curated with MTG&S Curatorial Team).
‘Funambulism: Laura Green & Elizabeth Tubergen’, curated with Ciara O'Hara as part of White Wolf Projects touring exhibition February-April 2011.
‘One Rainy Twilight: Nicole Tilly’ curated with Ciara O'Hara as part of White Wolf Projects Culture Night showcase with the Gutterbookshop Temple Bar, Dublin, September 2011.
Talbot Gallery and Studios booth at VUE Art Fair in the RHA, Dublin, November 2011 (co-curated with Elaine Grainger, Gallery Director).
‘Happed’ Collaborative Artwork produced & exhibited with fellow residency artists and curated with Ciara O'Hara as part of White Wolf Projects residency project Samband Íslenskra Myndlistarmanna Gallery / The association of Icelandic visual artists, November 2012.
White Wolf Projects with Ormond Studios curated with Ciara O'Hara as part of White Wolf Projects Culture Night showcase with Ormond Studio Members, Dublin, September 2013.