Current Artists

Vanessa Donoso López

Green House, Installation shot, wood, paper, glass, 2013

Vanessa Donoso López

Member
2014 - 2017

Vanessa Donoso López (born Barcelona, Spain) lives and works in Dublin. She studied at the School of Arts and Design Llotja, Barcelona, the University of Barcelona and the Winchester College of Art, UK.

Some of her solo shows include A painful excess of pleasure, Kevin Kavanagh Gallery, Dublin, Jouissance, Madame la Marquise, Barcelona, it never rains to everybody’s taste, Queen St. Studios and Gallery, Belfast, the rain in spain falls mainly of the plane, Barcelona, Spain, Scientifico-experimental-techno-color-movement, M’ATUVU Project Space, Brussels, Belgium, showcase artist at the London Art Fair, London, Establishing a Mission at the Ashford Gallery, Royal Hibernian Academy, Dublin. Group shows include Death Drive, Galway Arts Centre, I want to be your dog, The Glue Factory, Glasgow, 40/40/40, Madrid, Rome, Warsaw and Dublin, Metamorphosis, PS2 Belfast, 182nd Annual Exhibition, Royal Hibernian Academy, Dublin, Drawing Connections, Siena Art Institute, Siena, Italy, Little M, Actus Magnus Gallery, Vilnius, Lithuania, The God of Small Things, Rubicon Gallery, Dublin and Precaution at Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin.

Donoso López was awarded a studio residency at the Royal Hibernian Academy in 2012 and currently is on a Sculpture Workshop Residency Award and Bursary at the Fire Station Artists’ Studios and a year Project Studio at Temple Bar Gallery + Studios.

Vanessa Donoso López's work develops through an installation process while adopting a variety of media and mechanisms including  electronics, scientific experimentation, drawing and repetitive object making.

Her practice is committed to exploring concepts of transitional phenomena relevant to contemporary cross-cultural identity and narratives, its inconstancy and complexity, the  potential for the loss of identity, language, and the hypothetical compatibility with original cultures.

Vanessa is represented by Kevin Kavanagh Gallery, Dublin.