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650-1575 Images Of A Mine
Solstice Arts Centre
Text by Brian McAvera.
230 x 170 mm
Tara Mines is the largest lead and zinc mine in Europe and one of the largest in the world. For over 30 years Tara Mines have been mining and extracting lead and zinc ore on the outskirts of Navan, County Meath. In 2008 and 2009 artist Tim Durham had unique access to all areas of the mine. He photographed both above and below ground in available light. The result is a work of industrial landscapes and interiors.1
About the Artist
Tim Durham is a photographic artist working from his home in Westmeath.
About the Publisher
Solstice Arts Centre is Meath’s only multi-disciplinary arts centre. Through its programme, Solstice aims to inspire, entertain, enthral, challenge and connect. Located in the County Capital, the Centre provides a hub for cultural and arts activity. As well as presenting theatre, opera, music, dance, comedy and visual art, Solstice facilitates workshops and lectures to cater for all interests. The Solstice Cafe, located on the ground-floor Foyer, provides a welcoming, vibrant space for informal socialising and dining. Solstice Arts Centre is a non-profit organisation, supporting the arts.
External links & References
- “Title of page” Name of the Website http://www.timdurham.ie/projects/650_1575-Images-Of-A-Mine