Brendan Fox holds a BA in Fine Art Media from The National College of Art and Design. Brendan has worked as a visual artist and theatre practitioner/director for the past 10 years. He works predominantly in the medium of video but his work often encompasses painting, performance and large-scale installations.
At present represented by the NAG Gallery Dublin, Brendan is collaborating with Mark St John Eliss, who in the past was curator/co-ordinator at Ashford Royal Hibernian Academy and is Director/curator of NAG Gallery Dublin. In 2012 Brendan was shortlisted for Block T’s Undergraduate Award and the Talbot Gallery Most Promising Graduate Award. In the past year he was curator for the Offaly Arts Office travelling fine art exhibition ‘A Very Grand Canal’, and is director and curator for Foundation 13, supported by Offaly County Council in association with the National Arts Council of Ireland.
Undergraduate Award Overall & Programme Winner in 2013
University: National College of Art and Design
Course: Visual Arts