This hugely ambitious exhibition explored the representation and role of the horses in contemporary society and through countless generations and considered its profound relationship to man. Featuring twenty-eight artists, ‘Horse’ combined work from historical collections, an open submission call and invited artists.
The British Council and Hauser and Wirth gave work on loan from their collections.
Artists whose work was included in the exhibition – George Stubbs, Henry Moore, Mark Wallinger, Tim Macmillan, John Stezaker, Kenneth O’Halloran, Brian Hand, Christopher Barr, Bronagh Corr, Selma Makela, Gary Shaw, Maria McKinney, Michael Conlon, Debi O’Hehir, Alison Lowry, Lauren McKenna, Darran McGlynn, Stephen McCollum, Annabel Konig, Daisy Delaney, John Murray, John Kelly, John McDaid, Helen Sharp, David Haughey, Stephen Sexton, Mieke Vanmechelen and Fergus Byrne.
Epona as part of Void Engage, a new element to Void’s activities funded by Derry City Council’s Legacy programme.