The month of July is gone, so quickly! What a great time we had this year! What do you think?
We have exciting news regarding PhotoIreland’s brand new space dedicated to Photography all year round: a new home for The Library Project, and a space for exhibitions, workshops and talks outside the festival period. A very interesting programme is being developed, and we would love to let you know more in good time – stay tuned!
Coming up this November 22nd, Après Paris will be the first event to be celebrated in our new space. Après Paris represents a unique opportunity to stay informed about the different events happening in Paris around the Paris Photo weekend (15-18 Nov), developed in particular for those who can not make it to Paris, and for those coming back from the events wanting to share their experience and impressions. We will have some special guests coming from Paris, that we will be announcing shortly.
Before we say ‘goodbye for now’, a reminder of the shows still open during August and September:
El otro lado del alma/The Other Side of the Soul Instituto Cervantes
Jean Revillard Sarah on the Bridge, The Copper House Gallery
Evelyn Hofer Dublin and Other Portraits, Gallery of Photography
The Seán Hillen Collection NPA
Kimura Ihei in Paris: 1954-55 Alliance Française
Tara Oceans East Pier Battery, Dún Laoghaire Harbour
Remote Coral Reefs: Tara Oceans National Maritime Museum of Ireland
RHA Annual Exhibition 2012 RHA
Adam Patterson A Very Normal Place, RUA RED
Phil Behan The Karen of Mayo, Irish Aid Information Centre
Doreen Kennedy Mono No Aware, The National Botanic Gardens
Stephen Doyle Time Served, Inspirational Arts Gallery
Adapt Broadstone Studios & Gallery
Paul Kelly Landless in Chaco, Irish Aid Information Centre
Sergey Sergeev Pilgrimage, Centre for Creative Practices
Slide Project(or) The Bernard Shaw
Moira Sweeney Stevedoring Stories, CHQ
Thanks to all those who made PhotoIreland Festival 2012 a great success.