My Granny was Queer | Siobh Mcgrane at Outhouse, Dublin


Date(s) - 07/06/2019 - 30/06/2019
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm






My Granny was Queer, is a solo show of paintings by the artist Siobh Mcgrane. This series of oil portraits depicts a group of people that McGrane’s Granny first introduced her to as a child.  The use of the word Queer in the title wishes to capture the diversity and ambiguity of the depicted artist protagonists.

Practitioners of the Individual, their commonality? love, vulnerability, lust, tragedy and defiance.

All held a flag up through their art .

Queer is an outlook. Queer is a sensibility. Queer is inclusive.



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