Eoghan Ryan was the second South London Gallery Graduate Resident from 2012 - 2013.
In October 2012 Eoghan Ryan moved into the SLG’s Outset Artists’ Flat as the recipient of the second Nina Stewart Artist Residency. Ryan was selected by a panel of judges which included Margot Heller, Director of the South London Gallery, and Anna Harding, Director of SPACE.
His exhibition, Oh wicked flesh!, was on view in the first floor galleries from 5 March – 16 June 2013. Alongside Eoghan Ryan’s multi-faceted installation of new work, a publication was produced which further explores the conditions of the contemporary human body and features contributions from Hannah Black, Susan Conte, Sam Keogh, Laura Morrison, Joseph Noonan-Ganley, Eoghan Ryan, Linda Stupart and Nina Wakeford. The publication Oh wicked flesh! is available from the SLG shop.
Selected exhibitions include; Cut it off at the trunk, Rowing, London, UK, 2017; Viewing Copy, group exhibition, Catalyst Arts, Belfast, Ireland, 2017; As Above, So Below – Portals, Visions, Spirits & Mystics, group exhibition, Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin, Ireland, 2017; Behind sedentary, Rowing Projects, London, UK, 2016; Exit Stuttering and Nebula, group exhibition, Kim? Contemporary, Riga, Latvia, 2015; and Wilderness, group exhibition, New Shelter Plan, Copenhagen, 2015. Ryan has also presented performances and screenings at; Museum for Contemporary Art, Porto, Kem Project Space, Warsaw, Poland, Outpost, Norwich, UK; Cubitt, London, UK; Chisenhale Dance, London, UK; CAC, Vilnius, Lithuania; and the IFI, Dublin, Ireland.
The Nina Stewart Artist Residency with the South London Gallery and SPACE was funded by The Nina and Roger Stewart Charitable Trust, with additional support from Bloomberg.