Eamonn Doyle’s photographs are regularly exhibited internationally, although it is when seen en masse and staged together, that their collective dynamic and sensory drama becomes truly apparent. This is what Michael Hoppen Gallery is undertaking in London, in May 2019. The exhibition at the Michael Hoppen Gallery is hung over two floors and is a comprehensive and diverse showing of Eamonn Doyle’s work which runs in tandem with his solo exhibition at the RHA, Dublin. The show in London explores Doyle’s various interpretations of his preoccupation with the movement of people, meanwhile, the exhibition in Dublin is set to be the […]
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