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Irish-born photographer Enda Bowe’s work is concerned with story telling and the search for light and beauty in the ordinary. He is based in London and his first book Kilburn Cherry has recently been published by J&J Books. At Mirrored River was inspired by the Gaelic word Teannalach (pron. “channah-lack”) which means awareness. In particular, it is awareness of that which is intangible and hushed; of being aware of the quietness and presence of people, places and nature. With this in mind, I sought to capture the teannalach of stories and dreams within a singular town.
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Listen to radio review of At Mirrored River exhibition by Irish Times art critic Cristin Leach on RTE Arena. Read Aidan Dunne's review of the photography of Enda Bowe in The Irish TImes on 16 April 2016 Watch Oren Little of VISUAL talk about Enda's project in Carlow Read Paper Journals review of 'At Mirrored River' on 19th September 2016