Posts Tagged ‘Gallery of photography’

Making the Scene

Thursday, Jul 10th, 2014 | Source: barrymccallphotographer

Getting set for talk on fashion photography today at the Gallery of Photography, part of the 3 day series ‘Making the Scene‘. Great to be a part of the talks and looking forward to sharing some imagery and insights. Hopefully see plenty ...

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John Myers in the Gallery of Photography – February 13 – March 30 2014

Posted on Friday, Feb 14th, 2014 by Alan Murphy

33 portraits, 14 boring photographs, 10 televisions, 8 sub stations, 6 houses, 3 furniture stores & one giraffe The seventies – in glorious black and white. John Myers’ delightful exhibition captures with disarming tenderness the texture of ordinary life in the seventies – ‘the ...

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Mother and Children with Bible and Gun– Friday Frame # 8

Posted on Friday, Nov 11th, 2011 by Alan Murphy

This weeks Friday Frame is by Anthony Haughey. The photograph, entitled "Mother and Children with Bible and Gun", is from the series "Home" (1992). It was part of a larger body of work produced with four different families living in ...

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Making Space – Noel Bowler

Posted on Friday, Sep 2nd, 2011 by Alan Murphy

Got an invite to a viewing of Making Space by Noel Bowler in the Gallery of Photography, Temple Bar. The exhibition which will be launched by Jackie Barker, Director, Millennium Arts Centre runs until October 16th 2011.

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An interview with Steve McCurry

Posted on Saturday, Mar 5th, 2011 by Alan Murphy

On thursday I had the great pleasure of chatting with photographer Steve McCurry. Steve was in Dublin to give a talk on his work at the Gallery of Photography where his current exhibition Worlds of Colour is running until the ...

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Two exhibitions not to miss in Dublin

Posted on Friday, Feb 4th, 2011 by Alan Murphy

If you are in Dublin over the next couple of weeks there are two exhibitions you should catch. The first, What’s Wrong? with The Consolations of Genius, is by artist Sean Hillen at the Oliver Sears Gallery on Molesworth Street. ...

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Bill Doyle, Photographer R.I.P.

Posted on Thursday, Nov 25th, 2010 by Alan Murphy

Mansion House, 1970 by Bill Doyle. (Image Courtesy of the Gallery of Photography) Bill Doyle, one of Ireland's most acclaimed photographers, has died aged 85. Doyle, who originally worked as a postman, decided to become a photographer after winning ...

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Prix Pictet – Earth at The Gallery of Photography, Dublin.

Posted on Tuesday, Apr 13th, 2010 by Alan Murphy

Food riots. Loss of forest cover. Desertification. The ecosystems we depend on appear to face resource demands already beyond their capacity. As governments try urgently to stimulate growth, a central question remains - can the earth’s complex living systems sustain the ...

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