Ian Wieczorek is a visual artist living and working in Co. Mayo, Ireland. His practice is based primarily in painting, installation and curation.
Since 2003 he has exhibited widely in group/selected shows in Ireland (including RHA Annual Exhibition, CCA:RDS Collective Contemporary Art; COE/Claremorris Open Exhibition, and IONTAS), and internationally in N. Ireland, Germany, France, Portugal and China. Recent solo exhibitions include Market Place Arts Centre, Armagh, N. Ireland (2012); University of Leeds School of Design, UK (2012); Custom House Studios and Gallery, Westport, Co. Mayo (2013); The Courthouse Gallery, Ennistymon, Ireland (2013); and Galerie Katakomby, Brno, Czech Republic (2015). He has forthcoming solo exhibitions in Ballina Arts Cente, Co. Mayo (2018) and The Courthouse Gallery, Ennistymon, Co. Clare (2018).
Sepulchre, a large-scale sculpture/intervention based in a derelict cottage, was commissioned as part of the Greenway Artists Initiative Sculpture Project, Co. Mayo in 2012.
Everything That Rises Must Converge, a multimedia public art work located in Castlebar, was commissioned by Mayo County Council as part of FIND Art Project in 2014.
IUXTA, a new installation work, was exhibited as part of LAF2015, and 00040, a new video installation, was created for LAF2016 Larroque Arts Festival in S. France in 2016.
He has devised and curated a number of shows in Ireland, most recently The Cabinet of Wonders, an ongoing project at Linenhall Arts Centre, Castlebar, Co. Mayo.