'There are times when art really hits you, strikes a part of you and seems to understand your subconscious and your aesthetic needs. When I first saw the contemporary ceramic sculptures created by artist Patrick Colhoun I was stunned by their appeal. This is not art that you glance over; his pieces are strong, dark and edgy'
The Palette Pages Website
'Patrick Colhoun's work is daring and controversial and I rate it highly. Put simply, this is art with balls!'
Cool on Demand Website
ForM Sculpture Exhibition at Walled Garden
A review of ForM at Bangor Castle Walled Garden by Peter McCaughan of Culture NI.
Worldwide Review, London April 2013
REID, ANGELA. 'REVIEW: GLUE EXHIBITION AT DOWN ARTS CENTRE' If you like the cutting-edge art scenes of London, Berlin and New York then this is the exhibition for you. Never has the Down Arts Centre seemed more contemporary or more relevant to the global dynamics of the art world. Review here.
Aesthetica Magazine Online 22 May 2012
DARBY, ANGELA. " Androgynous Aesthetics "
Patrick Colhoun's work is featured in the Warning! Gallery exhibition. Interview with curator Brendan Jamison here.
Whitehot Magazine New York, 20 June 2012
DARBY, ANGELA. "The Warning Project at The Crescent Arts Centre, Belfast" Patrick Colhoun's work in Warning Gallery exhibition. Review here.
Trebuchet Magazine Online June 2012
ANTHONY, NICOLA. 'CONCEPTION: Pt 1 London
'An exhibition to create dialogue and duplicity'
Patrick Colhoun and Darren MacPherson's exhibitions in London and Belfast. Click here.
Interview with The Palette Pages
'There are times when art really hits you, strikes a part of you and seems to understand your subconscious and your aesthetic needs. When I first saw the contemporary ceramic sculptures created by artist Patrick Colhoun I was stunned by their appeal.'
March 2014. Link to article here.
Global Launch of GLUE Touring Exhibition
GLUE, an international survey exhibition in contemporary trends in collage opened in Down Arts Centre before touring to three locations in the USA in 2014. Opening Night here.
Cork Street Open Exhibition Winter Show
Patrick Colhoun's work was selected for the Cork Street Open Exhibition Winter Show in London in January 2013. The exhibition was in support of Crisis. Pictures from Private View 17th January here.
Children in Need
The sculpture made by Patrick Colhoun live on BBC1's Out of the Blue was auctioned on the Children in Need auction site with ALL of the proceeds going to the charity.
The auction closed on18th November with the final bid of £620. Link to auction here.
Outside the White Cube, London
Patrick Colhoun at Outside the White Cube at The Bermondsey Project, London in aid of CRISIS and the Skylight Project. Pictures from the Private View here.
Snap to Grid, Los Angeles
Patrick Colhoun's work will be part the Snap to Grid exhibition at the Los Angeles Center for Digital Art from 12th December 2013. Link to work here.
Cluj International Ceramics Biennale
Patrick Colhoun's work will be part of the first
International Ceramics Biennale in the Museum of Art, (Bannfy Palace), Cluj-Napoca, Romania from 9th October until November 3rd 2013.
GLUE in the USA
In February 2014, GLUE will tour to Hardman Hall Gallery, Mercer University, Macon, Georgia and two other gallery locations in the USA.
Details to be confirmed.
Patrick Colhoun is a featured artist on the international contemporary art platfrom,
Anti-Utopias. 'Patrick Colhoun, Dark Matters'
Contemporary Ceramics Exhibition
Galateea Gallery, Bucharest, Romania. Click here.
Contemporary Ceramics Exhibition
The Paintbrush Factory,Cluj, Romania. Click here.
F.E. McWilliam Gallery, Banbridge, Northern Ireland
Installation of Patrick Colhoun's work, 'Foundling' at the Home Grown exhibition, F.E. McWilliam Gallery, Banbridge in December 2011.
Crescent Arts, Belfast, Northern Ireland
Patrick Colhoun talks about his ceramic and latex installation piece entitled 'Reckoning' at the Warning! Exhibition which featured work by Tracey Emin, Julian Opie, Andre Stitt and Brendan Jamison. Crescent Arts Centre, Belfast. July 2012.
Details of the Warning! exhibition here.