Biography

Neva Elliott is a contemporary Artist based in Dublin, Ireland.

She holds an MA from Central Saint Martins College, London, UK.

Elliott has exhibited in Ireland and worldwide. Group exhibitions include Accumulator at VISUAL Centre for Contemporary Art (2009), Carlow, Singing the Real at The South African National Gallery, Capetown (2007) curated by Patrick Murphy, Director of the Royal Hibernian Gallery, Ireland. Fresh, Re-Imagining The Collection curated by Pippa Little at the Limerick City Gallery of Art (2006). Eurojet Futures Anthology, at the Royal Hibernian Academy, Dublin (2005). A winner of the Taylor Arts Award, her work featured in The Taylor Arts Award Retrospective at The National Gallery of Ireland (2006).

She has had solo exhibitions at the Tallaght Arts Centre and Sligo Art Gallery.

Elliott represented Ireland at the International Artists´Residency in Argentina (RIAA, Residencia Internacional de Artistas en Argentina) in 2006.

Her work is represented in the public collections of the Limerick City Gallery of Art and the Dún Laoghaire Institute of Art  Design and Technology.

Curatorial projects include in a Clare Langan solo exhibition and Judi Werthein’s Brinco, for The Dock, Leitrim in 2019 and 2008. 

She also writes and speaks on creative arts practice and writes creative non-fiction.

Recent

Awards

2021: Irish Hospice Foundation Seeds Award.

2021: Arts Council Agility Award.

Commissions

2020: The Dock Arts Centre Winter Commission.