RICHARD LONG
New Works
APRIL 2005 - MAY 2005
Richard Long’s sculptures are made from the stones that pave Roman streets – “sampietrini” – as well as rose-colored stone from Puglia, along with photographs of landscapes that document the artist’s presence in nature.
SAM TAYLOR-JOHNSON
Sex and Death and a Few Trees
JANUARY 2005 - MARCH 2005
Sam Taylor-Wood introduces a series of large photographs: Self Portrait Suspended and a series of small lightboxes: The Passion Cycle.
GIORGIO GRIFFA

FEBRUARY 2017 - MAY 2017
Giorgio Griffa’s second exhibition at Galleria Lorcan O’Neill retraces the artist’s history from the end of the 1960s to the present day through a brief retrospective of works. From the radical rigour of the 70s to the more expressive and liberal gestures of today, the works come together in a sequence of colour and signs. 
BETTY WOODMAN
KIKI SMITH and BETTY WOODMAN
SEPTEMBER 2016 - NOVEMBER 2016
Presenting the exhibition of two great American artists: Kiki SMITH and Betty WOODMAN. Friends for decades and now showing together for the first time, Smith and Woodman share an affinity with Italy and have chosen Rome to present their work in a double solo show which includes tapestry, sculpture, ceramics, painting, and drawing.

THREE ROMANS
Emiliano Maggi, Marco Palmieri, Gianni Politi
NOVEMBER 2015 - FEBRUARY 2016
Galleria Lorcan O?Neill is pleased to announce ?Three Romans?, an exhibition featuring the most recent works by Emiliano Maggi, Marco Palmieri, and Gianni Politi. These young Roman artists have contributed to invigorating the contemporary art scene in Rome and extending it internationally.
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