We Often Forget,
The Complex, Dublin

Summer Exhibition 2020, 2019 (UK),
Royal Academy of Arts,
Piccadilly, London

The Library Project, Dublin

Turps Correspondance Course,
Turps Art School,
2018 / 2019

Cairde Visual,
The Model,

0-0 LA, Los Angeles

Paper Cuts (UK),
Saatchi Gallery, London
Curated by Kristian Day

Art Maze Magazine,
Winter Edition, Issue 6, 2018,
Curated by Kristian Day

Artlinks Bursary Award, 2020, 2018
Wexford County Council

© John Busher 2020
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The work references the nuances of perceptual experience. Investigated from a bodily point of view, figures often disperse through a gradual process of reworking. Notions of chance are unearthed through a mingling of sorts, where forms interact in peculiar transactions. This exchange is sought through re-contextualizing varying planes of narrative. The physical properties of the medium are measured against the resulting imagery that materialises.


John Busher (b. Wexford, 1976) graduated from NCAD with an MA Art in the Contemporary World in 2015, a Post Grad in 2008, and an Honours Degree in 1999. He has recently completed the Turps Correspondence Course at Turps Art School (London). Recent solo exhibitions include 'Jostle', Pallas Projects, Dublin (2017), 'Floorplan', NAG Gallery, Dublin (2015). Selected group shows include Cairde Visual, The Model, Sligo, (2019) Paper Cuts, Saatchi Gallery, London, Curated by Kristian Day, GIFC, 0-0 LA, Los Angeles, Beep Painting Biennial, elysium gallery, Swansea (2018), 'Impressions Biennial', CCAM, GMIT, Galway, And Creatures Dream... A New Language..., Wexford County Council & Wexford Arts Centre, Wexford (2017), 'Halftone', The Library Project, Dublin (2016 & 2019), Winter Open', RUA RED, Dublin, and 'Essays for the House of Memory', Ormston House, Limerick (2014). He was the recipient of the 'Living Arts Project' residency in 2015, 2017, & 2019. (Wexford County Council & The Arts Council). He was the recipient of the Artlinks Bursary Award (2018). Recent publications include Art Maze Magazine (Issue 6), curated by Kristian Day (London).