Fionn McCann’s photography reveals the raw and the rare – his archaeological training feeds his curiosity to get under the skin of things. Whether his focus is on a quarry, roving Italian boar hunters or clean architectural lines, he delivers his signature rugged response.

With his easy rapport in tow, his portraits are shared moments of sitters in their most unguarded, animated states – each image opens an unexpected window to the personality. A natural storyteller and adventurous traveller, McCann’s work navigates a sea of images pointing us to someplace fresh and altogether authentic while pulling out the most interesting details from the blur.

McCann is as at home delivering carefully styled commercial projects as he is in capturing a charged glimpse of the everyday.

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SELECTED CLIENT LIST:
Clancy Moore, O’Mahoney Pike, Henchion Reuter, Goethe Institute, Newenham Mulligan, Stewart Construction, Kennedy Wilson, Jones Engineering, Chemistry, Evolve, Red Dog, Vermillion, Image Now, Allen Creative, Aer Lingus, Project Arts Centre, Stoney Road Press, Architectural Review, Architectural Digest, Image Interiors, The Gloss, The Sunday Times, The Irish Times, Cara Magazine.


SOLO EXHIBITIONS:

Stingo, The Copper House Gallery, 2018.

General Practice, Trinity Biomedical Science Institute, 2015.
General Practice, Tallaght Hospital, 2015.

District 9, University College Cork, 2013.

General Practice, The Hunt Museum, 2013.

General Practice, The Gallery of Photography, 2013.

Analogue, The National Print Museum, 2011.

28, St. Michael’s & John, 2008.
 


GROUP EXHIBITIONS:

Royal Hibernian Academy, 2019.

PhotoIreland 2019, “Capture”, SO, Fine Atrs Editions, 2019.

Station House Gallery, “Contemporary Irish Photography”, 2019.

SO, Fine Arts Editions, 2018.

“Crossing Lines”, Highlands Gallery, 2018.

National Gallery of Ireland, Zurich Portrait Prize, 2018.

Royal Hibernian Academy, 2018.

Royal Hibernian Academy, 2017.

“The Look of The Irish”, Glebe House & Gallery, 2016.

Royal Hibernian Academy, 2016.

“Fragments”, Irish Museum of Modern Art, 2015.

“Convergence”, Oliver Cornet Gallery, 2012.

Royal Hibernian Academy, 2012.

Royal Hibernian Academy, 2011.

Photo Month, Krakow, Poland, 2011.

 

ACQUISITIONS:

The Office of Public Works, 2019.
The National Gallery of Ireland, 2019.

Irish College of General Practitioners, 2017.

Irish Museum of Modern Art, 2015.

Trinity College Dublin, Collections, 2015.

Trinity College Dublin, Collections, 2015.
 


PUBLICATIONS:

District 9 of Chianti, 2012 - ISBN 978 88 7576 245 2