Dunamaise Arts Centre,
12th October – 11th November, 2017
Dunamaise Arts Centre, Co. Laois and Kevin Kavanagh, Dublin present an exhibition of recent work by Stephan Loughman and Michael Boran.
Michael Boran and Stephan Loughman are two artists of the same generation with family ties to Co. Laois. Within each of their practices they investigate the changing dynamic between our perception of the natural landscape and the ever expanding built environment.
In viewing Boran’s photographs and Loughman’s paintings side by side we are presented with divergent forms of media that approach similar subject matter. Loughman’s paintings feature tunnels, bridges and arches amidst verdant foliage, referencing architectural intervention in the landscape. Boran’s photographs span the undergrowth of the garden to the heights of telegraph poles. As the works relate to one another, we can observe a multitude of connections and affinities. Throughout (Exhibition Title), both artists consider the softening boundaries between rural and urban.
More information available on the Dunamaise Arts Centre website.