Joe Duggan was born in Limerick and studied at the Royal College of Art in London. His photographic works were shown in the UK and internationally: The Family Man (2007) at LCGA, Limerick; Babylon (2005) at Koraalberg, Antwerp, Belgium; NeverEver (2003) at Hirschl Contemporary Art, London. His recent works use installation and sculpture alongside photography: Dear God (2009) at Extraspazio, Rome.
Curriculum Vitae Joe Duggan
Born Limerick, Ireland, 1973.
Lives and works in London, England.
2002: Royal College of Art, London, England, M.A. Fine Art Photography.
2000: Birmingham City University, Birmingham, England, BA(Honours) Visual Communications.
2002: British Council travel Assistance Award.
2000: Individual Arts Grant, Limerick County Council, Ireland.
2008: Pouch Cove Foundation, Newfoundland, Canada. September – October.
2009: ‘Dear God’’ , extraspazio gallery Rome.
2007: ‘The family man’, Limerick City Art Gallery, Limerick, Ireland.
2005: ‘Joe Duggan’, extraspazio, Rome, Italy.
2005: ‘Babylon’, Koraalberg Gallery, Antwerp, Belgium.
2003: ‘NeverEver’, Hirschl Contemporary Art, London, UK.
2002: Joe Duggan’, SENKO Gallery, Viborg, Denmark.
2002: ‘PERIOD’(in association with Art Junky) EC Café, London, UK.
2009 -2010 : Noughties but Nice: 21st Century Irish Art. Art Council of Ireland touring exhibition
Venues: Limerick City Gallery of Art, Letterkenny Regional Cultural Centre, Solstice Navan and Visual Carlow. Ireland. . Curated by Mike Fitzpatrick & Susan Holland.
2009: ‘Welcome to the Neighbourhood’, Askeaton Contemporary Arts, Ireland.
2006: ‘Failure’, Kilkenny Festival of Art(KAT) , Ireland, Curated by Mike Fitzpatrick.
2006: ‘Monstrous Tales’, APT Gallery, London, UK.
2005: ‘Foto Antwerpen’, Koraalberg Gallery, Antwerp, Belgium.
2005: ‘quasi niente’, extraspazio, Rome Belgium.
2004: ‘Short Stories’ Museum of Photography, Antwerp, Belgium. Curated by Inge Nenneman.
2004: ‘Unairdefamille’, Centre de Photographie, Toulouse, France.
2003: ‘Public Image’, MOCA, Washington D.C., USA.
2003: ‘London Calling’, Con/temporary, Berlin, Germany, Curated by Marcus Verhagen.
2003: ‘Photography’, Koraalberg Gallery, Antwerp, Belgium.
2003: ‘Acardia’ Laurent Delaye Gallery, London, UK.
2003: ‘England Our England’ Artjunky @ 1 Carnaby St, London, UK.
2002: ‘EVIDENCE’ Essor Gallery project space, London, UK.
2002: THE GOVERNMENT ART COLLECTION, London, UK.
2002: Royal Hibernian Academy Annual Exhibition, Dublin, Ireland.
2001: ‘FLIP FLOP’, Ecole Regionale des Beaux Arts de Nantes, France.
2000: ‘New Blood’, Atlantis Gallery, London, UK.
Limerick City Gallery of Art permanent collection.
Several private collections.
Ernest & Young
Noughties but Nice exhibition catalogue September 2009 ISBN 0-9553668-9-5 / 978-0-9553668-9-5
“Joe Duggan”, Exibart.com [Pierluigi Sacconi], February 2009
“Joe Duggan”, Espoarte, [Laura Fanti,] n. 58,April|May 2009,
“Joe Duggan, extraspazio, Roma”, [Naima Morelli], Teknemedia.com, January 2009
Wonderland magazine (Lydia Fulton) Eat This issue 11 Dec/Jan 07/08.
The Irish Times (Aidan Dunne) 29/8/07.
Failure exhibition catalogue July 06.
Magill Magazine (Jacqui McIntosh) August /September 2007.
The Irish Times (Aidan Dunne) 17/8/2006.
The Limerick Leader 6/8/07.
Irish Arts Review VOL 23. No2 Summer 2006 ISNN 1649-217X.
Dazed&Confused (Nick Hackworth) VOL.2 Issue #23 March 2005 ISSN0961-9704.
PhotoMuseum Magazine (Antwerpen) fmm 29 March 2004.
i-D Magazine The lovers Issue No.238 December 2003.
The Art News Paper No.133 Febuary 2003.
HotShoe #127 December 03 / January 04 ISSN0959-6933.
Les Journal des Arts January – February 2003.
PLUCK Nov 2003.
BerlinerMorgenposten May 2003.
ArtReview Volume L111 May 2002 ISSN 0004-4091.
The Royal Academy magazine No. 76 Autumn 2002.
Source issue 27 Summer 2002.
The Irish Post December 2003.
WHAT’S ON, London (Laura Gascoigne) May 8 2002.
Visiting Lecturer : Camberwell College of Arts, London, UK.
LIT School of Art and Design, Limerick, Ireland.
University of East London, London, UK
Joe Duggan is also Director of the Heaven’s Full (Project) space, London, UK.
Heaven’s full is an artist run not-for-profit temporary exhibition space working with emerging artists.