Congratulations to current member Clare Lyons who has won the Single Images Category of #FotoRoomOPEN | Espace Jörg Brockmann Edition.
You can read about her win here.
Dog Days was made my member Conor Nolan as an experimental personal project earlier this year. The book was conceived during a period of creative block at the end of 2018, when walking his dog served as a release from creative frustration for Nolan. The 16-page risograph printed book uses simple sequencing, isolation of elements such as houses and trees, and interaction between the two main characters (Nolan and his dog Bert) as a way to set the scene of a quiet suburban night’s walk. Published by Damn Fine Print.
Upcoming! PLATFORM 2019 featuring work from member Cara Farnan.
GROUP presents new work by Victoria J Dean, Sarah Farrell, Cara Farnan, Anna Hryniewicz, Riin Kaljurand and Éanna Mac Cana.
Ground Floor Gallery. Curated by Sharon Murphy.
The exhibition opens on Thursday 20 June 2019 from 7.30pm – 9pm
and continues until 31 August 2019
Full details can be found here.
Congratulations to Deirdre Brennan whose photos from the series ‘Prayers & Protests’ have been selected to be published in the American Photography annual photobook!
“American Photography the leading hardcover, juried annual presents the best images by established and emerging photographers selected by an outstanding jury from thousands of entries. Regarded by creative professionals as the “books of record” and best sources for today’s top image-makers. See the winning collection of images and order books here.“
Deirdre says: “The pictures are from my story “Prayers & Protests” looking at the protests that surrounded the papal visit and those who welcomed Pope Francis to Ireland.”
Great review by critic Aidan Dunne in today’s Irish Times of The Invention of Memory, featuring work by studio member Clare Lyons.
You can read the review online here.
Congratulations to studio member Deirdre Brennan whose incredible portrait “Grace and Roxi the Dog” has been selected for publication in The British Journal of Photography’s upcoming Portrait of Humanity book! An incredible achievement!
“Portrait of Humanity is a new global initiative by 1854 Media, publisher of British Journal of Photography, in partnership with Magnum Photos.
Portrait of Humanity serves as a timely reminder, that despite our many differences, we are able to unite as a global community through the power of photography, to create one of the greatest collaborative photography exhibitions in history.”
Upcoming exhibition including work from new studio member Clare Lyons. Opening on the 4th of May as part of the PhotoIreland Festival at OPW Rathfarnham Castle.
Please see the PhotoIreland Festival website for further information.