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Porous Planes–Lennon, at the Golden Thread Gallery, Belfast, 2 Feb-23 Mar 2019

The Last Swiss Holocaust Survivors, Nachbilder, Forumshlossplatz, 16 Mar-20 May 2018

Porous Plane at The Irish Museum of Modern Art (IMMA), 13 Oct 2017-30 Sep 2018

Centre Culturel Irlandais, Paris, 2009

Royal Hibernian Academy, Dublin, 2014 and 2009

The Arken Museum of Contemporary Art, Copenhagen, 2003

The Chester Beatty Library, Dublin, 2001

The National Gallery of Ireland, 2002

The Gallerie Wienberger, Copenhagen, 1999

The Galerie Lahumier, Paris, 1996

The Irish Museum of Modern Art, 1995

The Ulster Museum, Belfast, 1995

The Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin, 1993

Annely Juda Fine Art, London, 1989

Orchard Gallery, Derry, 1980

The Project Arts Centre, Dublin, 1972

David Hendricks Gallery, Dublin, 1968-1989



Works from the Collection, IMMA, Dublin 2017

The Hunt Museum, 2011

Books/Boxes/Bronzes, Chester Beatty Library, Dublin, 2001

The Drawing Centre, New York, 1999

L’Imaginnaire Irlandais, Paris, 1996

Sao Paulo Biennale, Brazil, 1995

A Sense Of Ireland, London, 1980




National Gallery of Ireland, Dublin

Péter Antal, Antal-Lustig Collection, Hungary

The Allen Memorial Art Museum, Oberlin University, Ohio

The Frederick R. Weisman Art Museum, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis

The Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum, Michigan State University

Avenues, The World School, New York

Pallant House, Chichester, West Sussex

Ulster Museum, Belfast

Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin

Hugh Lane Municipal Gallery, Dublin

Trinity College Dublin

Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Division for Art Prints and Photography, New York Public Library; Porus Plane Notebooks

Barbara Rose (1936-2020); Folded Ink Drawing purchased in 1989 from Annely Juda Gallery, London

Preservation Library, Black Mountain College, Asheville, North Carolina

Mr. & Mrs. M. Douglas, New York

Kramarsky Collection, New York

The Fogg Museum of Fine Art, Harvard University, Boston

Ms. R. Stella, Paris, France

Scott Tallon Walker, Architects, Dublin, Ireland

Dr. Ronald Tallon Est., Architect, Dublin, Ireland

Lennon was elected to Aosdána in 1993 (a State honour conferred on artists
whose work has made an outstanding contribution to the arts in Ireland).
He was born in Dublin in 1947 where he lives and works.