Bridie Ryan Art • Opening Sep 8
Artist Bridie Ryan discusses her work at the opening of her art exhibit at Streamline, San Francisco on September 8.
Bridget Ryan grew up in Connemara, Ireland. She was awarded a BA in Fine Art in 2004.
Her work conveys the beauty and history of this area. She shows old, often deserted farm buildings and the surrounding landscape. The traces of her ancestors work can be seen in the surviving marks on the landscape and she finds the echoes of their voices in the old buildings.
She has exhibited throughout Ireland and her work has been acquired by collectors worldwide. more
Fine Art Photography from Ireland • Los Gatos, October
Stunning exhibition of abstract, architectural fine art photography by Cork-based artist Roseanne Lynch is on view at Whitney Modern Gallery, Los Gatos, in October.
‘Eloquent proof’ is a play on the term ‘elegant proof’ used in a 2015 dialogue between photographer Roseanne Lynch and a research mathematician. From this Lynch saw the resemblance between how a mathematician and an artist describe their research practices, both driven by curiosity to find particular outcomes. The term ‘elegant proof’ describes a novel and refined resolving of an exact mathematical problem, while her play on words allows something searching, uncertain and communicative.
Lynch’s photographical architectural studies made in early 20th century French modernist houses, including Eileen Gray’s E 1027, are an exploration of her experience of designed space, rather than a documentary of the various sites. She approaches her work with the question ‘What could a photograph that I make here do?’ whereas a mathematician looks for a one true unyielding outcome. Lynch rather brings the viewer into a photographic enquiry of space and time, and presents a question with her photographic evidence of her bodily engagement with place.