Press & Media

'The Place Beyond the Wires'. Oil on canvas. 90 x 90cm © Jonathan Brennan (2002)

Jonathan Brennan’s first exhibition since 2019 continues until October 30 in east Belfast.

Sense of Place, a new exhibition by multi-disciplinary artist Jonathan Brennan, has opened at Vault Artist Studios in Belfast.

'at an uncertain place, at an uncertain time...'

Interview with the three artists (Jonathan Brennan, Charys Wilson and Chris Wilson) whose work comprises the 'at an uncertain place, at an uncertain time...' exhibition that took place in QSS Artists' Studios and Gallery, Belfast in October and November 2020.

NVTV screenshot showing artist Jonathan Brennan

In mid-April 2020, during the lockdown period for Covid-19, I was interviewed by Connor McKernan of NVTV for their 'Collapse the Box' 'Artists in Lockdown Series'.

Alleys of the East Screening of ‘The Trial’

A screening of Orson Welles’ The Trial will coincide with the 'Alleys Of The East' exhibition at Framewerk.

Late Night Art tours showcase Belfast's thriving visual arts scene

ART, wine and food – what's not to like? This not very profound observation came to me on a sublime evening of culture, conversation and food held in five of Belfast's innovative art galleries to publicise the city's year-round Thursday Late Night Art tours.

BBC Arts Show - Alleys of the East

I was interviewed for BBC Radio Ulster's 'Arts Show' about my 'Alleys of the East' show in Framewerk. The team put together a nice 6 minute piece mixing audio from my 'Alleys of the East' short film and snippets from the interview. 

Jonathan Brennan: Guadalupe and other Hallucinations Cotton Court Gallery

Jonathan Brennan: Guadalupe and other Hallucinations Cotton Court Gallery, Ground Floor, 30-42 Waring Street, Belfast Until tomorrow, 10am - 5pm

East Belfast alleys inspire Dublin artist's new exhibit

The alleyways of east Belfast have inspired an exhibition by a Dublin artist who now lives in the city.

Jonathan Brennan said he was fascinated by the range of alleys in the east, some of which even feature statues of gnomes and owls and carefully-tended flowerbeds.