This two-woman exhibition explores themes of existence through a range of mediums – paint, photography, glass and some sculptural works. Francesca Longhini has exhibited extensively in Italy and the gallery is delighted to present the work in the UK for the first time. While referencing historical Italian techniques, Longhini’s practice introduces an urban view on contemporary life through an engaged abstraction. Her work is shown alongside that of Michelle Conway, who has been working in Ireland for the past 26 years. Conway’s gritty, evocative studies of empty landscapes give us a more tangible interpretation of ideas of absence – or more importantly, implied presence.