Diverse in its approach and materials, Pádraig Timoney’s work blends and mutates styles as he moves between painting, photography, and installation. Despite the visually distinct results, at the works’ core is a focused inquiry into the mechanics of images. Timoney conversely works in both directions - creating new images from abstractions (the captivating results of processes achieved in the studio), or rebuilding them part-by-part from photographs or observation. In each, he acknowledges the inherent flaws of these constructions, from the faultiness of recognition, the errors of translation, and further, the subjectivity of both viewers and the artist. Pádraig Timoney lives and works in Brooklyn. Recent solo exhibitions include Lulu, Mexico City, 2018, The Deedle Eye, Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York, 2016, the Scrambled Eggs Salute The Trifle, The Modern Institute, Glasgow, 2016, Planxty Milano, Galleria Raucci/Santamaria, Milan, 2016, a lu tiempo de..., curated by Alessandro Rabottini, Museo Madre, Naples, 2014, and Fontwell Helix Feely, Raven Row, London, 2014.