Based in: Brooklyn
Eileen Quinlan (born 1972 in Boston) makes bold photographic works that range from bright abstractions to dark, organic landscapes; created by taking detail shots of commonplace objects and materials, they are captivating in their use of light, color, and scale. Quinlan participated in a number of group exhibitions in 2012, including Blind Cut at Marlborough Gallery and Accrochage at Miguel Abreu Gallery in New York, Second Nature: Abstract Photography Then and Now at the deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum in Lincoln, MA, and Printed at Mai 36 in Zurich. Her work was also on view at the inaugural Frieze New York in Miguel Abreu's booth. The highlight of last year, however, was unquestionably her September solo exhibition, Twin Peaks at Campoli Presti in London. Most recently, she mounted Y? O! G... A., a collaboration with Matt Keegan at The Kitchen in New York.
Above: Eileen Quinlan, Judith, 2012, Campoli Presti, London