Chloe Brenan is an Irish artist from rural County Carlow. She holds a Bachelor in Fine Art (distinctions) and a Masters from the Department of Fine Art Media both from the National College of Art and Design. Additionally, she holds a Postgraduate Diploma (distinction) awarded from the Department of Philosophy at University College Cork.
She has exhibited both nationally and internationally including at VISUAL Centre for Contemporary Art, Carlow; The Library Project, Dublin; Periphery Space, Wexford; Galway Arts Centre; Catalyst Arts, Belfast; and the Estonian Museum of Applied Arts and Design, Tallinn; as well as in print at Dublin Art Book Fair; Tokyo Art Book Fair, Japan; and I Never Read Art Book Fair, Basel.
Her practice has been supported by The Arts Council of Ireland, Thomas Dammann Junior Memorial Trust, Culture Ireland, The NCAD Research Committee, Carlow County Council and ArtLinks. Her work is included in the collections of The National Library of Ireland, Dublin, Ireland; 100Archive, Ireland; Reminders Photography Stronghold, Tokyo, Japan; New Zealand Audio Foundation, Zine and Art Book Collection, Auckland, New Zealand; and MoMA Library Artist Publication Collection, New York. She is a 2022 a recipient of the Arts Council of Ireland’s Markievicz Award.