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In Our Own Image: Photography in Ireland 1839 to the Present @ Printworks, Dublin Castle


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Pete Smyth @ Gallery of Photography Ireland

Pete Smyth: LOCAL Saturday 16 November 2019 –Sunday 12 January 2020 “LOCAL invites us into a forgotten corner of contemporary Ireland – Tallaght, on the periphery of Dublin – where Pete Smyth has lived and worked for over thirty years. Smyth’s uniquely intimate account captures the richness and humour of a community at the frontline
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Mandy O’Neill @ Gallery of Photography

Mandy O’Neill: Quiet at the Back September 13th – October 27th Opening 6pm Thursday 12th September “For over a decade, award-winning photographer Mandy O’Neill has engaged with children and young people in formal education contexts in primary and post-primary schools in central Dublin. O’Neill’s photographs have emerged through mix of formal residencies supported by the
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Helen Hooker O’Malley @ Gallery of Photography Ireland

A Modern Eye: Helen Hooker O’Malley’s Ireland Friday 21 June – Sunday 1 September 2019 “Ireland was Helen’s most important source of inspiration for over half a century. Her decades-long love affair with the landscape, history and people of Ireland was ignited by her tumultuous relationship with revolutionary and author, Ernie O’Malley.” Gallery of Photography
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Snap Judgments: encounters with the social gaze @ Gallery of Photography Ireland

Snap Judgments: encounters with the social gaze 20 April – 26 May 2019 “Snap Judgments explores how a new generation of photographic artists are addressing our changing relationship to the photographic image, looking in particular at questions of self-image, self-presentation and social judgment.” Gallery of Photography Ireland Meeting House Square Temple Bar Dublin 2 D02
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Field Notes from the Border #1 @ Gallery of Photography

Field Notes from the Border #1 21 March – 7 April 2019 “Field Notes from the Border #1 presents new work by contemporary artists working along the border in Ireland. This exhibition is the first in a series of cross border exhibitions and engagement programmes curated by Gallery of Photography Ireland which respond to the
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Reframing the Border @ Gallery of Photography

Reframing the Border Saturday 14 July – Sunday 9 September 2018 Opening 6pm on Friday 13th July “Reframing the Border is a group exhibition exploring the diverse physical, social, psychological and imagined spaces of the borderlands in Ireland. The exhibition presents work by fourteen leading Irish based photographers and includes seminal bodies of work by
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Coalescing by 2018 DIT BA Photography Graduates @ Gallery of Photography Ireland

Coalescing by 2018 DIT BA Photography Graduates 2nd to 19th June “The School of Media at the Dublin Institute of Technology is pleased to announce details of the 2018 DIT BA Photography Graduate Exhibition Coalescing. Divergent practices and approaches to photography come together in this exhibition to present the work of seventeen graduating students from
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Kenneth O’Halloran @ Gallery of Photography

Kenneth O’Halloran : Modern Ruins and other stories through to May 20. opening on Friday 6 April, 2018 “This new exhibition of by multi award-winning photographer Kenneth O’Halloran shows him at the peak of his powers. It focuses on his colour work from Ireland, and centres on a large installation of his magisterial series ‘The
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DRAGANA JURIŠIĆ @ The Gallery of Photography Ireland

DRAGANA JURIŠIĆ: My Own Unknown until March 18 2018. “My Own Unknown, is an on-going series of work by Dublin-based photographer Dragana Jurišić. A very personal exhibition, the work addresses the complexities of exile, politics and betrayal together with family history. Organised into 5 chapters, the work opens out to explore important universal themes, in
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