Galleries

You’ll find three galleries on the site.

Gallery Dingle and McDonagh houses an exhibition of works the duo have created exploring a particular aspect of What the body knows (but may have forgotten). Working together Dingle and McDonagh devise the parameters within which they will work: the conceptual framework; size and format, and the primary media for the works - collage, assemblage, sculpture, and so on.

From here, they pursue their own lines of creative inquiry, meeting at regular intervals for a ‘show and tell’ aided by coffee and delicious pastries - an important and life-affirming aspect of their collaboration. Whatever alchemy and cross-pollination may happen in this meeting of minds is impossible (and unnecessary) to probe.

In this joint gallery the art works are presented simply as a body of work under an exhibition title, rather than being identified by artist.

Dingle and McDonagh have set themselves a structure of producing 3-4 of these online exhibitions a year. They’ve no idea if they’re up to it but they’re giving it go as they seriously enjoy the whole process and their collaboration (and the coffee and cake).

Gallery Max Dingle and Gallery Natalie McDonagh are solo spaces where Dingle and McDonagh respectively present art works of their choosing, all still concerned with What the body knows (but may have forgotten). In addition to their finished works available for purchase you may also find on display: preliminary studies; development work; evidence of ideas pursued and abandoned; photos and other evidence of artists’ minds at work.

Enjoy!

Galleries

You’ll find three galleries on the site.

Gallery Dingle and McDonagh houses an exhibition of works the duo have created exploring a particular aspect of What the body knows (but may have forgotten). Working together Dingle and McDonagh devise the parameters within which they will work: the conceptual framework; size and format, and the primary media for the works – collage, assemblage, sculpture, and so on.

From here, they pursue their own lines of creative inquiry, meeting at regular intervals for a ‘show and tell’ aided by coffee and delicious pastries – an important and life-affirming aspect of their collaboration. Whatever alchemy and cross-pollination may happen in this meeting of minds is impossible (and unnecessary) to probe.

In this joint gallery the art works are presented simply as a body of work under an exhibition title, rather than being identified by artist.

Dingle and McDonagh have set themselves a structure of producing 3-4 of these online exhibitions a year. They’ve no idea if they’re up to it but they’re giving it go as they seriously enjoy the whole process and their collaboration (and the coffee and cake).

Gallery Max Dingle and Gallery Natalie McDonagh are solo spaces where Dingle and McDonagh respectively present art works of their choosing, all still concerned with What the body knows (but may have forgotten). In addition to their finished works available for purchase you may also find on display: preliminary studies; development work; evidence of ideas pursued and abandoned; photos and other evidence of artists’ minds at work.

Enjoy!

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