Her work examines how painting and photography not only portray, but also construct the landscapes we see. She adopts the traditional, formal qualities of landscape painting and re-interprets them within a contemporary context.
McIntyre’s series of images explore elements of natural phenomena and our perceptions of them. By photographing in very specific weathers, such as mist and fog, she produces documents of that which is intangible. In these images, the landscape itself, the supposed ‘site’ of the work, is rendered unknowable; it becomes an absent subject.
This exhibition of McIntyre’s landscape work from 1999 – 2011 is shown for the first time alongside historical paintings which have influenced her practice. The exhibition includes works by Jacob Van Ruisdael, Jean Baptiste Camille Corot and L.S. Lowry.
Veil VII (2008) colour inkjet photographic print 726mm x 610mm
Priced at £150.00 edition 25
A Contemporary Sublime
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