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Here - Roseanne Lynch

5th - 26th Nov 2016

Roseanne Lynch

November 06 - 26, 2016
Exhibition opens 5th November, 3pm

Bus departs Patrick's Quay at 2.30pm, Sat 05 November (€3 pps rtn) - to book email with the subject heading: "Roseanne or Anthony

For this exhibition Roseanne Lynch was invited to make work in response to the West Gallery of Sirius Arts Centre, which was formerly the Coffee Room of the Royal Cork Yacht Club. Through her photographic practice Lynch considers the connections and slippages between her subject matter and how it is re-presented. The photograph as object, the materiality of that object and of the subject depicted are among her areas of exploration.

The visitor is invited to spend time in the room; to consider its former histories, its architecture and how light flows through the space.


Roseanne Lynch exhibits nationally and internationally and is represented by Nag gallery, Dublin. She is a lecturer at CIT/Crawford College of Art and Design and CCAE and lives and works in Cork.

She is currently on a two-year artist-in-residency at Cork Centre for Architectural Education (CCAE). Recent residencies include Centre Culturel Irlandais, Paris (2014) and a residency fellowship at The Camargo Foundation, Cassis, France (2015). Recent solo exhibitions include Eloquent Proof, Nag gallery, Francis St, Dublin 8. (2016), Eloquent Proof, Lewis Glucksman Gallery UCC as part of the All Ireland Research Group Annual Conference (2016), Roseanne Lynch, Sternview Gallery, Cork, (2014), Meta-Perception Club, Centre Culturel Irlandais, Paris, (2015), Matter, Nag Gallery, Dublin, (2013). Recent group exhibitions include Making Ireland Modern, Galway, Cork and Dublin, (2016), The Infinite Line [Search for the Unknown], Tactic, Sample Studios, Cork, (2014) , Roseanne Lynch and David Groppi, Nag gallery, Dublin, (2014), New Irish Works, Ormston House, Limerick and Duo, Paris, (2013).

Roseanne Lynch site