Marianne Keating

Marianne Keating is an Irish artist and researcher, based in London.

She has a practice-based PhD in Visual & Material Culture and Contemporary Art Practice titled, ‘They don’t do much in the cane-hole way’, Hidden Histories of the Irish Diaspora in Jamaica, funded by KSA at Kingston University, London and a TECHNE Associate. She has a MA from the Royal College of Art, London and a BA from Limerick School of Art and Design, Ireland.

Keating was shortlisted to represent Ireland in the 2022 Venice Bienniale and has exhibited extensively throughout Ireland and internationally.

Selected recent exhibitions include Parallax at Sirius Arts Centre, Ireland in partnership with Cork International Film Festival; The London Open, Whitechapel Gallery, London; Our Time, Even in Dreams, Jaou, Tunis, Tunisia, all 2022; The Moon is Right Over My Head, Black Tower Projects, London, 2020; The Ocean Between, Crawford Art Gallery, Ireland, 2019; Better Must Come, RAMPA, Porto, Portugal; Movement and Boundaries, Stanley Picker Gallery, London; New Contemporaries, South London Gallery, London all 2019; Arrivants: Art and Migration in the Anglophone Caribbean World, Barbados Museum and Historical Society, Barbados, 2018.

Residencies include Uillinn, West Cork Arts Centre, 2021; Acme Fire Station Residency, London, 2020–2025; Fresh Milk, Barbados, 2019; The Beach House Residency, Montego Bay Jamaica, 2013, 2015, 2017 & 2018; the Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris, France, 2012; The Centre for Fine Print Research UWE, Bristol, UK. 2010; Druckswerkstatt, Kulturwerk des bbk, Berlin, Germany, 2009; and Lower East Side Printshop, Manhattan, New York, USA, 2007.

Public and private collections include The Office of Public Works, Ireland; Royal College of Art, London; Norlinda and José Lima Collection, Portugal; Zuckerman Museum of Art, Georgia, USA; Palazzo Fogazzaro, Vicenza, Italy.


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