Brendan Fox holds a BA Hon’s Degree in Fine Art Media from The National College of Art and Design (2012). Fox works as both a theatre practitioner/director/visual artist and curator. 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 Fox 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 Fox was shortlisted for Block T’s Undergraduate Award, The Talbot Gallery most Promising Graduate Award and then went on to win the prestigious International Undergraduate Awards 2013.
A published writer Fox has also facilitated theatre and contemporary art based talks and workshops with The National College of Art and Design, VTOS Adult Education Centre and has recently been invited by UCD and Trinity College Dublin to host workshops with PHD students at The Innovation Academy. Fox was also Dublin co-ordinator for D.U.K. 2014 at both The Abbey Theatre Dublin and London showcase. He has worked as part of Dublin City Council’s innovations office The Studio as video documentary producer and as documentary director/producer for TFE research facility Cologne in association with NCAD.
In 2014 he was invited to take a place on the judging panel for the International Undergraduate Awards and has also recently taken up a position as projects co-curator at NAG Gallery, Dublin. 2015 sees him working with The Irish Museum of Modern Art selecting and curating work from their permanent collection for the upcoming Foundation15 Arts Festival.
Fox is also currently collaborating with Talbot Gallery and Studios, Dublin and was recently named “artist to watch in 2015” by Tatler Magazine, his fifth solo exhibition opened at Nag Gallery Dublin in March of this year.