Retrospective 01 Photography Exhibition

Last Wednesday evening, I had the pleasure to attend the photography launch of “Retrospective 01” a collection of photographic works by award winning Irish photographer Enda Cavanagh.

Enda is an Irish architectural and fine art landscape photographer based in Dublin. Growing up in rural Ireland, Enda and has always felt a strong connection to the land. He is drawn to the rugged beauty of Ireland and discovers a great sense of peace in our environment. He seeks to reflect the inherent drama and melancholy of the Irish landscape in his photographs.

The exhibition held at Tilestyle in Dublin features a stunning collection of architectural and landscapes images from around Ireland.

Enda Cavanagh - Photography Exhibition

Enda Cavanagh - Photography Exhibition

Retrospective 01, a collection of photographic works by Enda Cavanagh

This is a beautiful and captivating collection.  The detail and POV almost draws you into each image.  To have the ability to look at a graffiti covered wall or the industrial pipes of the Guinness storehouse and see beauty is a truly remarkable gift.  The Paul Klee quotation springs to mind “one eye sees, the other feels”.

Enda Cavanagh - Photography Exhibition

Inside Looking Out – Blackrock Baths

The collection includes a selection of black and white and colour prints and some incredible panoramic views on acrylic mountings.

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Twisted Holly trees in Tomies Wood

The exhibition runs until 30th April and is well worth a visit.  Contact for details.  You can view a slide show of some of the images the exhibition over at Enda Cavanagh Photography Blog.

Images courtesy of and Enda Cavanagh Photography

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My name is Karen Hughes and I'm an Interior Designer from Dublin, Ireland. I’m passionate about design and I started this blog as a way to connect with others just as passionate as myself. I tend to ramble on about all sorts of things, projects I’m working on, people, places and things that inspire me (and some that don’t). So put the kettle on, get comfy and settle in. I hope you enjoy your visit and don't forget to say hello. Visit my website to find out more about my services and view my work.

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