Framed archival pigment print
12.5 x 16 cm
Edition of 10
John Riddy's elegiac photographs capture the individual poetry and atmosphere of diverse places. This dream-like work, evocative of 19th century Russia, remains rooted in the present by the ubiquitous museological shipping container creeping into frame. John Riddy had a solo exhibition at Camden Arts Centre in 2000.
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John Riddy (b.1959 Northampton, UK) lives and works in London. He studied at Chelsea School of Art from 1980-84 graduating with a BA and MA in Painting. His recent solo exhibitions include: Palermo, Frith Street Gallery, 2013; Cairn Gallery, Fife, Scotland, 2012; Galerie Paul Andriesse, Amsterdam 2010; Low Relief: Photographs of London, Frith Street Gallery, London, 2009; Views from Shin-Fuji, a touring solo exhibition at Victoria & Albert Museum, London and The Fokus Foto Kunst Stadforum, Innsbuck, 2006-2007. His work has been included in the following group exhibitions: Ruin Lust, Tate Britain, London, 2014; Revealed: Government Art Collection, Ulster Museum, Belfast, 2013; If Walls Could Speak, Frankendael House, Amsterdam, 2013; Obiettivi Obiettivita, Officine Fotografiche, Rome, 2012; Revealed: Government Art Collection, Whitechapel Gallery, London, 2011; Simon Starling: Never The Same River (Possible Futures, Probable Pasts), Camden Art Centre, London, 2010. John Riddy is represented by Frith Street Gallery, London.