Vincent exhibits in Brussels
Published 14/03/2013 | 05:26
KANTURK artist Vincent Crotty, who is based in Boston, is currently exhibiting his work in the Art and Photographic Exhibition in Brussels.
The exhibition opened on March 7 and will run to April 28 at Halle St-Gery in Brussels, the cultural heartbeat of the city. This is the single biggest non-governmental cultural programme during Ireland's EU presidency and Vincent says he is "delighted and extremely honoured to be involved in such a prestigious event.
To exhibit with such great artists as Ken Browne, Philip Gray and Bill Griffin, who I admire greatly, is thrilling to say the least," he said.
'The Gallery Kinsale' is proud to represent its home county - together with other counties - in showcasing Ireland in the exhibition, which is a voluntary initiative. The gallery has invested substantially in the project and is showcasing approximately €200,000 worth of contemporary Irish fine art in the exhibition. The artists in the exhibition are: Philip Gray, Vincent Crotty, Jimmy Lawlor, Bill Griffin, Mia Funk, Desmond Downes, Annemarie Bourke, Katarzyna Gajewska, Ken Browne.