The Corke Gallery is currently closed for refurbishment and reopens on the 18 May 2017

Entrance to a Quarry - Clement McAleer 

Clement McAleer..

Past & Present

Exhibition dates: Friday 19 May - Friday 9 June 2017  

Private View: Thursday 18 May 2017  6pm - 8pm

In 1978 Clement McAleer arrived in Liverpool from the Royal College of Art and was a prize winner in the prestigious John Moores Exhibition XI.  He worked for 25 years from his studio in the Bluecoat garden courtyard in Liverpool, enjoyed solo shows in Liverpool, Belfast, London and Dublin and was invited to be part of many international exhibitions in Germany, the USA and Mexico.

 Clement McAleer’s principal source of inspiration is the compelling nature of the changing landscape around him.  His paintings form part of collections in the Walker Art Gallery - Liverpool, Birmingham City Gallery,  The Arts Council (England), The Irish Museum of Modern Art (Dublin) , Ulster Museum Belfast,  The Arts Council of Northern Ireland as well as numerous private collections in USA, France, Germany , Holland & Switzerland.

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 This exhibition is the first in the newly refurbished Corke Gallery in Liverpool which is proud to be one of the sponsors of the 2018 John Moores Painting Prize.


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