M1916 37mm - Limited Edition 1 of 50


United Kingdom

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Size: 14 H x 20 W x 0.1 in

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Art Description

Photography: Digital, Photo and Paper on Paper.

This M1916 37mm casing was fired in World War 1, we don't know if it killed, but the viewer is invited to think of the consequences of man's ability to advance technology to make killing easier and faster. And yet the beauty of what we make is hard to ignore.

Cathal Carey began photography aged 10 and was immediately overwhelmed by the analogue photographic process. His addiction to black and white photography has evolved into the digital age, displayed by a subdued tonal range. He literally crafts his light by hand and is a master of studio photography. His personal work subverts the very nature of objects as he transforms them in his dark and dangerous world.

The images created display a sensual and seductive aesthetic while appealing to the retinal touch. His subject matter plays with the erotic, the lethal and damnation on his dark dramatic stage in the studio. His major influences include Caravaggio, Baroque, Brassai and film noir.


Title M1916 37mm. Limited Edition of 50.

Print is 20" x 14". Image is 18" x 12". (1" border on all sides).

The print is signed, dated & numbered.

Digital print on Kodak Enduro Metallic Photographic paper.


Cathal Carey. Born 1978 Dublin.

Lives and works in Teesside, North East UK.

BA in photography Cleveland College of Art and Design.

Professional Qualifying Exam from the BIPP.

Keywords: photography, studio, weapon, still life, ammunition, death, mortality

Subjects: Mortality

Styles: Conceptual, Fine Art

Mediums: Digital, Photo, Paper

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