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Jennie Ricketts Gallery

Launched March 2006 in Brighton, UK. Relocated to County Wicklow, Ireland in October 2007. Representing the work of international photographers selling and exhibiting fine art prints online and from the gallery situated on a disused farm in County Wicklow near the coastal region of Brittas Bay.

County Wicklow

Ireland
Address:
Brittas Bay, County Wicklow, Republic of Ireland.
Phone: +353 (0)404 47743
Website: www.jenniericketts.com


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Artists Represented

Marco Ambrosi,
Lisa Creagh,
Julio Etchart,
Fiona Freund,
Karen Fuchs,
Beatrice Haverich,
Tony Hutchings,
Joy McGibben,
Hugo van Offel,
Paolo Patrizi,
Brad Rimmer,
Greg Schilhab,
Paul Tozer,
Dave Walsh,
Michael Walter,
Simon Wan,
Robert Yager.


Previous Exhibitions

Alice's Adventures under Ground.
Photography Exhibition by Lisa Creagh.
July 7 – 31, 2007.
Alice's Adventures under Ground was the original title Lewis Carroll gave to the work he later renamed Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. Beneath Brighton Lisa Creagh encountered a scene in the tunnel rumoured to have been the inspiration for the rabbit hole in that text.

'Toys'. Photography exhibition & book by Julio Etchart.
June 7 - 30, 2007.
Uruguayan photojournalist, Julio Etchart was inspired by his own children's play to bring this work together.

'The Whisper of a Million Leaves'.
by Beatrice Haverich for Brighton Festival Fringe
May 5-31, 2007.
An exhibition of photographs of trees from the internationally published book 'The Whisper of a Million Leaves' by Brighton based photographer Beatrice Haverich.

Remember Summer.
Photography exhibition by Fiona Freund.
November 23 - January 31, 2007.
Summer is easily forgotten during the cold dark winter months. This small show of work by London based photographer Fiona Freund were shot one afternoon the previous summer.

How Now Mao by Brad Rimmer
October 6 - 31, 2006.... [ Read all ]


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Submission Policy

Contact Jennie Ricketts
Tel. +353 (0)404 47743
Mobile. +353 (0)86 600 7645
Email. info@jenniericketts.com


Press Releases

Alice's Adventures under Ground was the original title Lewis Carroll gave to the work he later renamed Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. Beneath Brighton Lisa Creagh encountered a scene in the tunnel rumoured to have been the inspiration for the rabbit hole in that text. The tunnel leads from Kemp Town Enclosures in Sussex Square to the seafront where the author had been a frequent visitor between 1862-65 to stay with a friend at no. 11 Sussex Square.

Photographing in the tunnel one summer, Lisa Creagh says "I heard laughter and came upon some young girls playing in trees and hanging upside down from branches – just like the Cheshire cat,” and immediately realised how the author could have felt inspired by such a scene.

Originally titled Lost in Wonderland and shown in the Brighton Festival 2005, this exhibition pays homage to Lewis Carroll on the anniversary of his first narrating the outlines of the story in July 1862 on a boat trip with the daughters of a friend. Alice's Adventures under Ground is a surreal replay of the Brighton scenes that could have sparked the author's imagination.

Lisa Creagh has ph... [ Read all ]


Press Links

Times online gallery.
http://travel.timesonline.co.uk/tol/life_and_style/travel/travel_images/article1939648.ece

This is London
http://www.thisislondon.co.uk/arts/artexhibition-20635789-details/'Remember+Summer'+Photography+exhibition+by+Fiona+Freund/artexhibitionReview.do

Kemptown Rag
http://64.233.183.104/search?q=cache:i-ZJ15x0tW0J:kemptownrag.co.uk/issues/Kemptown-Rag-03-08-Sep-06.pdf+jennie+ricketts+gallery,+brighton&hl=en&ct=clnk&cd=26&gl=uk


News

Jennie Ricketts Gallery has relocated to County Wicklow in the Republic of Ireland.


Location And Getting There

Brittas Bay,
County Wicklow,
Republic of Ireland.
1 hour south of Dublin following the N11.


Contact-Directors/Staff

Jennie Ricketts


Opening Times

Viewing by appointment.