During the period 1981-2017, Gerry Gleason has exhibited in significant group and solo exhibitions throughout Europe and North America. His work has received positive critical reviews in many important articles, catalogues, and TV interviews over the years, and in 2007, he featured in a major interview in the Irish Arts Review. Gleason has worked across numerous disciplines including painting, mixed media, drawing, photography and installation. He was one of the founding members of Queen Street Studios, Belfast, in 1984.
Selected exhibition history:
N Ireland: Orchard Gallery Derry, Golden Thread Gallery Belfast, Ulster Museum Belfast, Art in the East Side Billboard projects Belfast.
Republic of Ireland: Douglas Hyde Gallery Dublin, Project Arts Centre Dublin, Kilmainham Jail Dublin,
Limerick City Art Gallery, Solstice Art Centre Navan, Crawford Municipal Gallery Cork.
England: Newlyn Gallery Cornwall, Bluecoat Gallery Liverpool, Middleborough Art Gallery, Wolverhampton Art Gallery, PM Gallery London, London Art Fair Olympia.
Scotland: Ash Gallery Edinburgh, Inverness Museum & Art Gallery, Mc Laurin Art Gallery Ayr.
Germany: Caoc Gallery Berlin, Kassel and Dresden, Schloss Friedenstein Gotha.
Poland: ON Gallery Poznan, QQ Gallery Krakow.
USA: Irish Arts Centre New York, Moon Gallery Georgia.