At the Irish Architectural Archive, 45 Merrion Square, on Thursday and Friday 7–8 October, and from Monday to Saturday, 11–16 October, noon to 5pm.
Double exposure is an exhibition of the photographic works of Michael Corrigan and Paula T Nolan.
Michael Corrigan is a former director of The Gallery of Photography and is the current Chairperson of Visual Artists Ireland. He has exhibited his photographs both at home and abroad and his work has been selected for the Royal Hibernian Academy (RHA) annual exhibition.
Taken on Bray promenade over a number of summers these images have strong, graphic colours, invariably against deep azure skies, in which stories unfold. Moments are held in tight compositions. Their interpretation is left to the viewer.
Paula T Nolan (Twitter @IrishPTNolan, Instagram @paulastrand) is a photographer and graphic designer based in Dublin, Ireland. She is Art Director with Messenger Publications and in this capacity has designed many large-format books of photographs from the renowned Father Browne SJ Collection – a particular inspiration for her own craft. Her work has been selected for the RHA Annual exhibition including this year’s 191st Annual exhibition which will open late September, and her work has been purchased by the State Art Collection.
These photographs are from a project titled ‘100 SKIES’ inspired by ‘100 Days of Walking’, an initiative of Ciara Kelly and her Lunchtime Live radio show on Newstalk. All photographs are taken with the same lens, and most of them while doing the daily walk for #100daysofwalking commencing 1 January 2020.