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Sadhbh Kenny is an Irish photographer currently based between the West of Ireland and Dublin. Sadhbh graduated with a BA (Hons) in Photography from Dun Laoghaire Institute Of Art Design and Technology. Combining her interest in social-politics and editorialportrait photography, Sadhbh has built a body of work that questions the way in which we react and evolve with the society that surrounds us. Sadhbh has exhibited before at The Complex in 2018 and Steambox in 2017, together with her college peers. She was long-listed for the RDS Visual Artist Award 2019 for her graduate show work, presented here at The Library Project.


Group exhibitions

    • 2019 Imago, IADT Graduate Exhibition, Dún Laoghaire, Dublin, Ireland
    • 2018 Prologue, The Complex Arts Centre, Dublin, Ireland
    • 2017 Scope, Steambox, Dublin, Ireland


  • Everything Under The Sun Is In Tune (2018)
    Everything Under The Sun Is In Tune focuses around the artist’s interest around Tarot cards; and the artwork associated with them. While the artwork is classic, the cards are remade in a more photographic element, focusing on telling a story through the use of colours and textures. The project resulted in a deck of 56 cards, 22 of which are portraits.
  • (un)Steady (2018)
    (un)Steady is based on conversations surrounding relationships and modern dating amongst her generation. It is comprised of 11 portraits and a short film in which people discuss their opinions of the trials and tribulations of modern dating in our society, from “ghosting” to their expectations of love.
    This project describes how technology and modern influences have affected this generations view on relationships.
  • Line Stein Millinery (2016)
    The project is a collaboration with Line Stein, to form a body of work examining the structural objectivity of the hat in today’s fashion industry. It resulted in a collection of images in which both the models and the headwear became structural pieces of art. This body of work was printed as a catalogue, and was displayed in a collaborative exhibition in 2016 titled Scope.