Shane Lynam, Untitled
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Shane Lynam

Untitled, Parc des Beaumonts, Seine-Saint-Denis, France, 2011
From the Contours series
Website - ShaneLynamPhoto.com

Shane Lynam was born in Dublin in 1980. He studied Politics and Economics at University College Dublin before moving to Leuven, Belgium, to complete an MA in European Studies. In September 2006, he moved to Paris and spent the next six years gradually building up an art photography practice. He finished a part-time MA in Documentary Photography at Newport School of Art, Media and Design, University of Wales in October 2013. His graduation project, Contours, was one of Brian Dillon's selections for Source - Graduate Photography 2012. His work seeks to create fictional narratives, inspired by history or current affairs, to question or inform reality. Shane will have his first solo show at the Alliance Française in Dublin during March 2013. He has recently moved back to Dublin and is currently working on a new body of work.

Posted on Tuesday, July 26, 2011.

 

 

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