b. 1998, Meath, Ireland.

Based in Dublin/London.

e. hazosullivan@gmail.com

For commission enquiries please contact: info@wiltongallery.iE


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Hazel O'Sullivan is a visual artist from Ireland with a background in fine art painting. She is currently based between London and Dublin as she completes her MAsters in Fine Art.
Hazel’s practice explores domesticity and architecture through sculpture and painting, and investigates the relationship between taste, design and socio-economics. With decorative material and architectural facades, Hazel explores contemporary domestic conditions through the lense of 1960’s minimalism and furniture design. 




EDUCATION

2022 / MA FINE ART - CHELSEA COLLEGE OF ARTS (UAL), LONDON, UK.
         > ACHIEVED: RESULTS PENDING.

2021 / BA FINE ART (INTERNATIONAL) WITH CRITICAL CULTURES - NATIONAL COLLEGE OF ART AND DESIGN (NCAD), DUBLIN, IRELAND.
         > ACHIEVED: FIRST CLASS HONOURS.

2020 / ERASMUS FINE ART PAINTING - UNIVERSITY OF FINE ARTS MÜNSTER (KUNSTAKADEMIE MÜNSTER), GERMANY.
         > ACHIEVED: FIRST CLASS HONOURS. 



solo exhibitions
2022 > we broke our backs years ago: hazel o’sullivan and phillip rhys olney, platform arts, belfast, northern ireland.
2021 > inner-city, the wilton gallery, dublin, ireland. 


residency
2022 > pada + turps banana residency, pada studios, lisbon, portugal. 


selected group exhibitions
2022
> The Collection at carvitos restaurant on loan from the wilton gallery, dublin, ireland. 
> Insufficent Funds, co-curated at Grosvenor Pub, London, UK.
> Duty-Free Art School, curated by chelsea ma curation, Chelsea Marquee, London, UK.
> Paipeir, Hang Tough Contemporary, Dublin, Ireland.
> MA Fine Art Graduate Showcase, Chelsea College of Arts, London, UK.
> Auction with Sotheby’s Institute of Art and sunflower collective, hosted by doug fishboneChelsea Marquee, London, UK.
> RHA 192nd Annual Exhibition, Royal Hibernian Academy, Dublin, Ireland.
> SCOOP Art Auction, SCOOP Art Foundation, Dublin, Ireland.
> Don’t be a snob or I’ll kick ya up the arse, co-curated with phillip rhys olney at The Cookhouse Gallery, London.
> Compactor, co-curated with elliott roy at The Cookhouse Gallery, London, UK.
> Bread & Butter, independent exhibition by VII Collective at filet gallery, London, UK.
> Back To Life, St. Saviours Church Pimlico, London, UK.
> If We Had This Space, site specific sound commission for British Art Show 9 with the asylum art quarter, Wolverhampton, UK.
> Strategic Silence, online exhibition by vii collective in partnership with the Asylum Art Quarter, wolverhampton, uk.

2021
> SURVEYOR 2021, (curated and selected by Aisling Prior), Solstice Arts Centre, County Meath, Ireland.
> Lucky no. 7 Collaboration, Mend.hx, Dublin, Ireland.
> It’s At Home by Dublin Modular, The Complex Gallery, Dublin, Ireland.
> Having a Coke With You, The Cookhouse Gallery (co-curated with ba Central Saint Martins), London, UK.
> Culture Night, first day gallery at the guinness storehouse, Dublin, Ireland.
> RISING 2021, Hang Tough Contemporary, Dublin, Ireland.
> BA Grad Show ‘NCAD Works’, National College of Art and Design, Dublin, Ireland.
> BA Grad Show ‘IMMA Outdoors’, Irish Museum of Modern Art, (curated by Rayne Booth), Dublin, Ireland.
> Pharmakon, The Temple Bar Medical Centre, (directed by Mary Kervick), Dublin, Ireland.
> Painting: Positives in The Pandemic, virtual exhibition sponsored by the National Treasury Managament Agency (ntma) sports and social club, Dublin, Ireland.

2020
> Collective HeARTS, virtual exhibition (curated by MA Fine Art Falmouth University), supported by CALM, UK.
> The Winter Open, The Courthouse Gallery, (curated and selected by Simon Fennessy Corcoran), Co. Clare, Ireland.
> Rundgang, University of Fine Arts Münster (Kunstakademie Münster), Germany

2019
> trajectory, co-curated at ncad gallery, dublin ireland. 


awards
2022 > longlisted for the UK New Artist award, saatchi gallery.
2022 > longlisted for the rds visual art award.
2021 > clancy quay + superprojects professional development award, supported by the irish arts council.

Collections


2021 > Critical Cultures Research Essay, selected by Professor David Crowley, National College of Art and Design Library,


2021 > The Irish State Art Collection, selected by Fine Art Registrar Davey Moor, Office of Public Works.


Publications

2022 > Páipéar Book, exhibition catalogue, Hang Tough Contemporary.


2021 > Inner-City, online review by david archbold.


2021 > The Artists To Watch, The Irish Tatler in the sunday business post. by jessie collins for hang tough contemporary.


2021 >New Generation Graduates 2021, autumn edition, by sarah kelleher for the irish arts revie

HAZEL O’SULLIVAN / hazosullivan@gmAIL.COM