For most people, the street outside their house is just a road they use to navigate their journeys to and from home. But in the case of Irish photographer Eamonn Doyle, the street outside his home in central Dublin is his realm of exploration. After an engaged rereading of playwright Samuel Beckett’s works, Doyle decided to delve deep into what he was most familiar with and find within that, a range of photographic subjects that would reveal to him the street in all its poetry and starkness.
At Michael Hoppen Gallery in London, Doyle’s first solo show, “END,” is the final installment in a series of three bodies of works, each distinct in their style and execution.
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