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2012-10-16 09:52:28
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Duality an exhibition by Enda Cavanagh
The Copper House Gallery will launch Duality, a photographic exhibition by Enda Cavanagh, from 6-8pm on Wednesday 24th October 2012. Duality is based on a series of large panoramic images celebrating the swimming areas and baths along the Dublin coast.

The Copper House Gallery
St Kevin's Cottages
Synge Street
Dublin 8

Map: http://www.thecopperhousegallery.com/contact-us/

While living in Berlin, Enda Cavanagh developed a fascination for aging man made structures that feature in urban and rural landscapes. The series of images in his exhibition Duality reveals the unorthodox beauty and vulnerability of these manmade subjects. These structures are displayed as evolving and almost living entities with their own personalities: visible connections to our past. Enda Cavanagh illustrates how these transient structures may be an intrinsic part of the Irish landscape, yet in time become consumed by their surroundings, evoking a fragile beauty that beholds a sense of memory and of place.

Senator John Crown will open the exhibition.

Duality consists of images in a large panoramic format, shot using a Hasselblad H3D39 digital Back on a Cambo View Camera. Much influenced by the cinema, Cavanagh uses the panoramic format to add epic character and clarity to this series, resulting in wonderfully balanced images that draw the viewer into the scene.

Enda Cavanagh, a member of MountainViews, is an award winning Irish architectural and fine art landscape photographer. He is an associate member of the Irish Professional Photographer's Association. In 2011 he became the first photographer in Europe to receive a Qualified European Photographer by the Federation of European Photographers in the category of fine art landscape. He has exhibited at the Centre for Photographic Art in Carmel California, the IEPA Photography exhibition in Japan, and the Royal Hibernian Academy Gallery in Dublin.

Having received best single image award in the landscape category in the 2010 IPPA/RSA Photographer of the year awards, Cavanagh was also awarded architectural photographer of the year in 2011. He won best single image award in the pictorial category in the 2012 IPPA awards and was a finalist in the 2010 FEP European Fine Art Photograph of the Year Awards.

Duality runs at The Copper House Gallery from the 24th October to the 24th November 2012. Admission is free and all are welcome.
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