WHERE, a major international exhibition of the work of Willie Doherty (Derry, 1959), twice Turner Prize nominee and Northern Ireland’s foremost contemporary artist, opens at the Ulster Museum 4 June.
One of the most ambitious exhibitions of Willie Doherty’s work to date, WHERE offers an overview of his career in photography and time-based media. Beginning in the 1980s, the exhibition presents an extensive series of photographic and video work and offers an important opportunity to see Doherty’s work in depth. In the aftermath of Brexit, and in the centenary year of the partition of Ireland, the exhibition focuses on the theme of borders, both real and imagined, a subject which has dominated Doherty’s practice for over four decades.
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