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Caitriona Dunnett, St. Helen's Bay
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Caitriona Dunnett, St. Helen's Bay

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St. Helen's Bay
Photography – Toned Cyanotype
32 x 41 cm Framed
Open Edition
€450 F
ramed  (includes 13.5% VAT)


About the Artist

Caitriona Dunnett investigates memory and its subjective, personal and forgotten narratives through early photographic techniques.

Recent exhibitions included Rivers, Signals, Miracles; Brighton Photo Fringe 2022, Hill Close Gardens; Warwick, Images Are All We Have; PhotoIreland Festival 2022, The Lost Garden; Darkroom Birmingham, Flourish Award Exhibition 2022; multiple venues, Shoot Festival 2022; Coventry, West Midlands Open; The New Art Gallery Walsall and 22; Format Festival 2022.

Dunnett was awarded an Agility Award, an Analogue Photography Grant, the Richard and Siobhán Coward Foundation, a DYCP Award, Arts Council England, an AN Artist Bursary, a Grain Photography Hub Bursary, a Coventry Artspace Bursary, a Grants for the Arts Award, ACE and in partnership with Dr Hilary Bishop a Leverhulme Small Research Grant. She was selected for AA2A residency at Coventry University and PhotoIreland's New Irish Works programme.

Dunnett has a BA Hons in Photography from Nottingham Trent University and a MFA from Rhode Island School of Design. She was commissioned by Pembrokeshire County Council, Ancient Connections, Parrabbola, Small is Beautiful and Artspace Coventry, Artist On My Street. Her work was published by PhotoIreland, featured in B & W Photography Magazine and online with the Irish Times, Atlas Obscura and Photomonitor.


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