‘Return to Irelantis’, by Sean Hillen

Opening: Thursday 11 February at 6:30pm 12 February – 10 April Admission free To launch the celebrations of the 50th anniversary of the Alliance Française in Dublin, a collection of acclaimed work by the important Irish artist Seán Hillen will be shown for the first time in Dublin since the 1990’s. Best known for his… Continue reading ‘Return to Irelantis’, by Sean Hillen

The Exhibitionist

From their web site: “The Exhibitionist is a new journal focusing solely on the practice of exhibition making. The objective is to create a wider platform for the discussion of curatorial concerns, encourage a diversification of curatorial models, and actively contribute to the formation of a theory of curating. The journal is a publication made… Continue reading The Exhibitionist

Trouble of some kind

“On a chilly January morning 24 years ago, Corydon optometrist Jack Moss raised his new video camera to the sky over central Florida and captured one of the darkest moments in American space exploration the explosion of the shuttle Challenger. In the videotape, a stream of white smoke behind the climbing shuttle shoots into view… Continue reading Trouble of some kind

The Artist is the New Artist

During the last two days – 4th and 5th of February –  I had the opportunity of following Paul Lowe’s Tweetcast from Photography next, an International Conference at Nordiska Museet in Stockholm. Paul Lowe is Course Director at the Masters in Photojournalism and Documentary Photography at the University of the Arts London, LCC. The keynote speakers… Continue reading The Artist is the New Artist

‘Ten Miles Round’ by Jackie Nickerson

Opening: November 25, 6.30pm. Exhibition continues until January 24 2010. The Gallery of Photography is proud to present the premiere showing of a new body of work by Jackie Nickerson, one of the foremost photographic artists working today. In ‘Ten Miles Round’, Jackie Nickerson (Winner of the AIB Prize) explores the predominately rural community around her… Continue reading ‘Ten Miles Round’ by Jackie Nickerson

‘EXHALE’ by Mandy O’Neill

Norman Mailer has stated that boxing is a metaphor for life. Investment of time and energy in a tradition like boxing can be explained through the desire to achieve stability in a rapidly changing world. It may also engender a yearning for a more vital existence and a longing for authenticity. In this photographic work,… Continue reading ‘EXHALE’ by Mandy O’Neill