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  • Title: Gallery of Photography, Meeting House Square, Temple Bar, Dublin
    Descriptive info: .. Forthcoming Exhibition.. Evelyn Hofer.. Dublin and Other Portraits.. July 6 – August 31 2012.. Upcoming Workshops.. New Photography Courses listed here.. New 2012 course start dates available.. Previous Exhibition.. Open Now.. Belfast Photo Factory.. Open Submission Exhibition.. 20 June - 1 July, 2012.. Exhibition Archive.. Education Archive.. Summer 2011 photography workshop for young adults.. Pinhole to Digital Exhibition.. Previous Events.. Summer photography workshop for young adults.. Pinhole to Digital Workshop.. Details listed here.. International Exposure For Irish Photographers.. Photo Rencontres in Arles, France.. Ireland - [ an insider’s view ].. Les Rencontres d'Arles.. Pinhole Photography.. – Summer Workshops.. These intensive week-long summer workshops offered a comprehensive introduction to the exciting world  ...   Award for 2009.. Common Place.. is Eoin O Conaill s first major solo exhibition.. Liam Blake - Photography.. Visit Liam Blake's new website.. View a selection of work from Mark Curran's exhibition.. Southern Cross.. View a selection of work from David Farrell's award-winning book and exhibition.. Innocent Landscapes.. Girl with a bicycle, Dublin 1966 from the forthcoming exhibition '.. Dublin and Other Portraits.. ' © Estate of Evelyn Hofer.. Courtesy Galerie m-Bochum.. Gallery of Photography.. Meeting House Square.. Temple Bar.. Dublin 2.. Ireland.. The Gallery, Bookshop & Darkrooms are open Tuesdays through Saturdays, 11am - 6pm.. Sundays, 1-6pm.. t: +353 1 671 4654.. t: +353 1 677 9057.. Email Us.. info@galleryofphotography.. ie..

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  • Title: Gallery of Photography - About Us
    Descriptive info: About Us.. Since its inception in 1978 the Gallery of Photography has become Ireland's premier venue for photography.. It has staged exhibitions with many of the major names in contemporary photography.. The Gallery moved to its new location, a purpose built space with fully fitted darkrooms and digital imaging facilities in Meeting House Square in 1995.. The Gallery, which is non-profit making, is funded by the Arts Council and Dublin Corporation.. However the cost of maintaining standards continues to rise.. The Gallery relies on sponsorship and support from members to  ...   a tour of the Gallery and an informal talk on the current exhibition, please contact the education officer.. Group Tours are free of charge.. The Gallery of Photography exhibition spaces and darkroom facilities are fully accessible to people in wheelchairs.. Show on.. Google Maps.. The Gallery, Bookshop & Darkrooms are open Tuesdays through Saturdays, 11am - 6pm Sundays, 1-6pm.. t+f: +353 1 670 9293.. Staff.. Director.. Tanya Kiang.. Projects Manager.. Trish Lambe.. Digital Arts Manager.. Daniel Scully.. Communications.. Darragh Shanahan.. Bookshop Manager.. Michael Lawlor.. Darkroom & Facilities Manager.. Pete Smyth..

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  • Title: Gallery of Photography - Contact Us
    Descriptive info: Contact Us.. Your Comments..

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  • Title: Gallery of Photography - Courses & Workshops
    Descriptive info: Courses & Workshops.. The Gallery of Photography offers a range of photography courses, run by experienced photography tutors.. The courses take place in the Gallery of Photography, conveniently located in Meeting House Square, Temple Bar, in Dublin city centre.. New 2012 Courses Now Booking.. These courses are the perfect gift for the photographer in your life.. INTRODUCTION TO B&W PHOTOGRAPHY.. An introduction to the basic functions of the camera, film processing, working with available light, and basic printing techniques.. INTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY AND IMAGING.. Enter the world of digital imaging! This course will introduce you to digital imaging processes.. You will learn how to capture and edit images using your own digital cameras and also explore the potential offered by image-processing software such as Photoshop.. INTRODUCTION TO.. CREATIVE PHOTOGRAPHY.. This photography course covers the key subjects of Portraiture, Landscape and Still Life.. It discusses both digital and traditional cameras, and both colour and black & white  ...   get the most from your portraits.. INTRODUCTION TO DOCUMENTARY PHOTOGRAPHY.. Our Introduction to Documentary Photography is a short intensive course ideal for anyone with an interest in photography as a future career; or anyone who wishes to learn how to use photography to communicate their ideas more effectively.. ADVANCED PRINTING TECHNIQUES.. This course will introduce you to the use of different fibre-based papers, multi-grade and other printing techniques; toning, Selenium, Sepia, Blue etc.. ) Learn how to spot, mount and present your prints.. Booking.. Please note that places can only be secured by payment of the course fee in full.. Reduced rates are available for Gallery of Photography Members.. Find out more about our.. Membership Programme.. Frequently Asked Questions about Introductory Courses.. Course commencement dates and number of places available are subject to change.. If you require further details on any of our courses please contact us by telephone or email:.. f: +353 1 670 9293.. E-mail..

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  • Title: Gallery of Photography - Darkrooms
    Descriptive info: Darkrooms.. The Gallery of Photography has two Black White darkrooms and a film processing room.. These facilities are available for hire by members.. Find out about our.. Black White Darkrooms.. Our main Black White darkrooms can accommodate three single users and our secondary darkroom can accomodate two users.. All formats from 35mm to 5x4 can be printed and all chemicals are supplied.. Darkroom Hire Rates.. Individual Members.. 1 Session (3 hours): 15.. 00.. Full Day (11.. 30am to 5.. 45pm): 28.. Student, Unemployed, OAP*.. 1 Session (3  ...   rolls: 7.. 50.. 1 - 4 rolls: 10.. Additional rolls: 3.. 00 each.. How to book.. Bookings should be made in advance by calling in person or by telephoning (01) 671 4654 or 670 9293.. The darkrooms are communal and each enlarger is allotted to only one person except by arrangement.. Please note that late cancellations (i.. e.. less than 24 hours notice) are charged at 10.. 00.. Opening Hours.. Tuesday-Saturday.. Morning: 11.. 30am - 2.. 30pm.. Afternoon: 2.. 45pm - 5.. 45pm.. Sunday: 2pm - 5pm..

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  • Title: Gallery of Photography - Membership
    Descriptive info: Membership.. The Gallery of Photography is a friendly and informal resource for everyone interested in photography.. Support from our membership of over 300 good people, helps us deliver a broad programme of activities and services.. Members Benefits.. Invitations to Gallery of Photography.. exhibition openings for you and your guest.. Enjoy the informal atmosphere and get to see the exhibitions first it s a great place to meet other people interested in photography!.. Members only access to production and studio facilities hire.. High-spec.. Artist s Digital Studio.. avail of the latest equipment (Apple Twin Cinema Screens; Hasselblad virtual drum scanner; graphics tablet; 44-inch exhibition-quality printer) with friendly and informative technical support on hand.. Daylight Studio our penthouse.. LightRoom.. has fantastic natural light with a selection of backdrops and stands available for use.. Fully equipped darkrooms and film processing facilities Experience the  ...   photography courses at all levels.. We also offer specialist one-to-one sessions, tailored to suit you.. Priority booking for events.. Illustrated talks, seminars and discussions with leading photographers.. Be sure you re there.. Individual feedback / photo review.. Get individual feedback about your photography from one of the Gallery Curators in a free review session (usually 30).. Gallery Bookshop.. 5% Discount Fill your world with wonderful photobooks, guides and funky cameras.. what s not to like?.. Corporate members receive:.. All of the above plus invitations to each private view.. Use of The LightRoom for a corporate event/reception.. Acknowledgment of support in the Gallery reception area.. Membership fees are as follows:.. Individual: 40.. 00 per annum.. Concessions: 30.. Corporate: 750 per annum.. Visitor.. *.. : 10.. Visitor Membership allows for two days in the Studios or Darkroom and is valid for one month..

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  • Title: Gallery of Photography - Publications & Bookshop
    Descriptive info: Publications & Bookshop.. The Gallery Bookshop stocks Ireland's widest range of photographic publications.. As well as popularly priced books, our range includes hard to find editions and a huge selection of unusual postcards.. The Bookshop is open 11am to 6pm, Tuesday to Saturday and 1pm - 6pm on Sundays.. New titles in stock include:.. Here Comes Everybody.. - new collection of photographs by Chris Killip, taken over repeated trips to Ireland between 1993 and 2005.. A profound and poetic book by a master photographer of our times, which will be loved by photography aficionados as well as anybody drawn to the land and people of Ireland.. more.. White Sea Black Sea.. - by Jens Olof Lasthein.. ".. The Iron Curtain is long gone, Germany is unified and the borders of the European Union continue to expand, yet the line between east and west in Europe still remains visible.. Jens Olof Lasthein's book is a visual journey from the White Sea in the north to the Black Sea in the south - powerful tales of a boundary in transition.. 'The Yalta Agreement gave the easternmost part of Czechoslovakia to the Soviet Union.. Stolnitsy was split down the middle, right over the main street, with barbed wire, mine fields and a guard tower..  ...   both of them speaking Hungarian.. (Jens Lastehein, diary extract from the book).. Signed copies of White Sea, Black Sea (hb 178pp, 30 x 25 cm) are available in the Gallery Bookshop at 33.. The Gallery also publishes monographs and catalogues of contemporary Irish and international photography.. Gallery Publications include:.. For Evermore: fading evidence of the Great War.. - Work examining issues of memory, representation and the Great War by J.. S.. Cartier, Peter Cattrell, David Keith and Chris Harrison.. Available exclusively at the Gallery of Photography bookshop.. The Lightning Strike: 100 photographs from the Osman Collection.. - A fascinating - and often hilarious - journey into the history of photography through the eyes of one collector and photo lover,.. John Osman.. The Lie of the Land.. - Mick O'Kelly, John Duncan, Pádraig Murphy, Anthony Haughey, Victor Sloan, Paul Seawright.. Triúr Ban.. - Cindy Cummings, Nuala Ní Dhomhnaill, Amelia Stein.. Edge of Europe.. - Anthony Haughey.. Anywhere Please.. - Pádraig Murphy.. How to order.. Gallery publications and other books may be ordered online or by post, phone, fax or make further enquires by.. email.. For details of P P please contact the Gallery.. The Gallery accepts payments by PAYPAL, VISA Mastercard.. Cheques and International money orders are also accepted.. Administration / Marketing Manager..

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  • Title: Gallery of Photography | Forthcoming Exhibition | EVELYN HOFER | Dublin and Other Portraits
    Descriptive info: EVELYN HOFER.. Exhibition dates:.. July 6 August 31, 2012.. Special Launch Event:.. Thursday July 5th.. Gallery of Photography Ireland and Galerie m Bochum are delighted to present the Irish premiere of the work of Evelyn Hofer (1922 2009).. At the heart of this specially curated exhibition are Hofer s beautiful and considered photographs made during her visit to Dublin in 1966.. In colour and black and white, the work captures Ireland at the tipping point between an older, more conservative culture and the emerging modern world.. The exhibition also features selected images from Hofer s international practice, including her portraits of Warhol at the Factory and other American street scenes.. What is always remarkable about Evelyn Hofer s photographs is the keenly felt balance of her compositions and the empathy she demonstrates with her subjects.. Hilton Kramer, the chief art critic at The New York Times, once called Evelyn Hofer.. the most famous unknown photographer in America.. , a title she did not dispute.. He hailed her work for its.. quality for pure observation.. adding that for Hofer.. There are no low subjects.. Everything she photographs acquires a high dignity.. In recent years, the work of Hofer s long-time assistant Andreas Pauly, as well as the monograph edited by Susanne Breidenbach and published by Steidl in 2004, have led to a rediscovery of the work of this extraordinary photographer.. Gallery Talk.. : Susanne Breidenbach, Director of.. Galerie.. m Bochum.. , will give a talk about the life and work of Evelyn Hofer on Friday July 6 at 1.. 15pm.. The Exhibition is kindly supported by the Goethe-Institut Irland.. It is a keynote exhibition of the PhotoIreland Festival  ...   created a body of work that made her in critic Hilton Kramer s words one of the most accomplished masters of the medium.. While frequently busy doing editorial commissions for Condé Nast magazines, Hofer s personal work includes a series of collaborative books focused on individual cities, including Dublin: A Portrait (1967).. While known mostly to a small circle of commissioning editors and cognoscenti during her lifetime, Hofer is only now attracting the significant critical acclaim her work merits.. In 2004, on the instigation of Susanne Breidenbach, Steidl published a major monograph Evelyn Hofer.. In 2006 a retrospective exhibition was presented at The Hague Museum of Photography.. Hofer s work has now begun to be seen alongside her peers ranging from Diane Arbus to William Eggleston.. She died in 2009 in Mexico City.. About Galerie m-Bochum.. Founded in 1969, the gallery m is owned by Susanne Breidenbach since 2003.. The program concentrates on international contemporary art including painting, sculpture, graphics, photography, film, video and installation.. The support of upcoming young artists is as important as the continuous work with already established artists, such as Richard Serra, Lee Ufan and François Morellet.. Young artistic positions are not considered with reference to passing trends, but rather in terms of a long term collaboration and continued support for their artistic development.. Artists discovered by the Gallery include photographers such as Evelyn Hofer, Lucinda Devlin and Aino Kannisto, Simone Nieweg and Thomas Florschuetz, painters Caroline von Grone and Alfredo Álvarez Plágaro and Peter Wegner.. In addition to Art Basel, the gallery regularly participates at Paris Photo and also publishes a wide range of artist s books and monographs.. www.. galerie-m-bochum.. com..

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  • Title: Gallery of Photography | Exhibition | Open Now | Belfast Photo Factory | Open Submission Exhibition
    Descriptive info: Exhibition.. Just Wait Here.. ,.. from the exhibition.. '.. '.. an open submission exhibition organised by.. Belfast Photo Factory.. ' ©.. Patricia Eichart.. Gallery of Photography is delighted to host.. an open submission exhibition organised by.. , a young photographic collective providing resources and opportunities for emerging photographic artists to develop and continue their practice.. The seventeen artists invited to participate in Open Now are:.. Alex Wong.. (Turkey),.. Andy Rochelli.. (Italy),.. Anne Ackermann.. (Germany),.. Davide Maione.. (UK),.. Emer Gillespie.. Gianluca Gamberini.. (France),.. Gwynne Johnson.. (USA),.. Ian Bamford.. (Ireland),.. Jessica Hines.. Kayung Lai.. Mateusz Sarello.. (Poland),.. Patricia Van De Camp.. (Holland),.. Paul Gaffney.. Robert Ellis.. Saba Ferrari.. (Italy) and.. Stefania Sapio.. (Ireland).. The artists were selected for Open  ...   strength and diversity of contemporary photographic practices.. All works on show are also available for purchase.. About Open Now.. The Belfast Photo Factory.. Inaugural Exhibition opened at Gallery 9 River House Gallery, High St, Belfast on 3 May 2012.. About Belfast Photo Factory.. Belfast Photo Factory itself is a young photographic collective which aims to provide an environment to help emerging photographic artists to continue and develop their practice.. We encourage open, honest peer discussion and through self-generated initiatives are generating funds required to supply our members with the best equipment available to help them complete their work without needing to go outside of Northern Ireland.. River House.. 48 High Street.. Belfast BT1 2DR.. info@belfastphotofactory.. com.. http://www.. belfastphotofactory..

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  • Title: Gallery of Photography - Exhibition Archive
    Descriptive info: 6th July -.. 31st August 2012.. Belfast Photo Factory | Open Submission Exhibition.. 20th June - 1st July 2012.. Dublin Institute of Technology.. BA Photography Graduate Exhibition 2012.. 5th 17th June 2012.. GENERAL PRACTICE.. Photographs by Fionn McCann.. 16th 27th May 2012.. THREAD | Issue 3.. Exhibition featuring work by Linda Brownlee, Rich Gilligan, Sean Jackson, Liam Murphy, Andrew Nuding, Johnny Savage Gerry Balfe Smith.. 7th 29th April 2012.. AMAZON.. Sebastião Salgado Per-Anders Pettersson.. March April 1st 2012.. Varvara Shavrova | The Opera.. January 20 to February 26 2012.. PRIX PICTET | GROWTH.. Exhibition featuring work by the twelve international photographers shortlisted for the 2010 prize.. December 3rd 2011 to 15th January 2012.. WHERE WERE YOU? | Garry O Neill.. Dublin Youth Culture & Street Style 1950 2000.. 24th - 27th of November 2011.. Bóthar presents 'GROW' | Seán Curtin.. 8th - 20th November 2011.. Noel Bowler.. Making Space.. September 1st to October 16th 2011.. THE LONG VIEW.. Exhibition featuring David Farrell, Anthony Haughey, Richard Mosse, Jackie Nickerson, Paul Seawright and Donovan Wylie.. 1st July 28th August 2011.. DIT BA Photography Graduate Exhibition 2011.. Exhibition featuring the diverse photographic projects of DIT final year students.. 4th - 26th of June 2011.. PRIME YEARS | Bealtaine festival.. Presented as part of Bealtaine, the national festival celebrating creativity in older age.. 30th April to 30th May 2011.. catholic | An Exposition.. Gavin Friday and graphic designer Pete Reddy commissioned one writer and three photographers to work on the presentation of Gavin s latest album catholic.. Tuesday 26th April 2011 - one day event.. Steve McCurry | Worlds of Colour.. One of the finest documentary image-makers working today.. 17th February - 24th April 2011.. SHOWCASE.. New work by eight Irish artists shortlisted for the 10th Gallery of Photography Artist s Award.. 2nd December 2010 to 30th January 2011.. The Collector's Eye.. Original vintage prints from the Sean Sexton Collection.. 14th October to 21st November 2010.. Stephen Ahern | Close to Home.. Artist s Award Winner.. 1st September to 10th October 2010.. Giorgia Fiorio.. THE GIFT.. 1st July to 22nd August 2010.. DIT BA Photography Graduate Exhibition 2010.. Exhibition featuring the diverse photographic projects of twenty-two final year students.. 9th to 20th of June 2010.. PRIX PICTET | EARTH.. Exhibition featuring work by the twelve international photographers shortlisted for the 2009 prize.. April 3rd to 30th May 2010.. Women of Concern.. Brenda Fitzsimons | Kim Haughton | Marie McCallan.. March 3rd to 28th 2010.. Jackie Nickerson.. Ten Miles Round.. November 25th 2009 to February 7th 2010.. Simon Burch.. Under a Grey Sky.. October 14th to November 15th 2009.. Eoin O Conaill.. September 2nd to October 7th 2009.. Josef Koudelka.. Invasion Prague.. June 25th to August 30th 2009.. Jens Olof Lasthein.. May 6th to May 31st 2009.. Chris Killip.. April 24th to May 3rd 2009.. Anthony Haughey.. New Video Works.. Weekend screenings, March/April,.. 200.. 9.. NUTAN.. In association with Temple Bar Trad Fest.. 28th January - 1st February 2009.. UNTOUCHED.. Varvara Shavrova.. January 23rd - 26th.. 30 Contemporary Collection + Print Draw.. Gallery of Photography s 30th anniversary exhibition.. December 22nd.. 2008.. Sean Hillen.. New Work.. November.. 11.. th.. -.. 16.. th 2008.. Sean Lynch.. Recent Finds.. September 25th.. -.. November 9th 2008.. Based On Our Current Science.. devised by invited curator Sally Timmons.. August 14th September 21st 2008.. MIDLAND | photographs from the interior.. Ciaran Óg Arnold | Martin Cregg | Michael Snoek.. June 26th August 3rd 2008.. Photoworks 2008.. BA Photography Graduate Exhibition.. June 10th - 21st 2008.. WHAT REMAINS.. Alison Locke Chris Anderson.. April 24th - May 31st 2008.. Sigune Hamann.. A Very Short Space of Time Through Very Short Times of Space.. March 13th - April 20th 2008.. PPAI AIB Photojournalism Awards 2007.. Febuary 21st - March 2nd 2008.. Bill Doyle s Ireland.. A retrospective exhibition by a master photographer.. December 6th 2007 - January 31st 2008.. Karl Grimes.. DIGNIFIED KINGS  ...   Ireland Awards.. February 24th - March 7th 2004.. ESB Environmental Photography Awards Show.. Februry 5th - 19th 2004.. Our True Intent is all for your Delight.. The John Hinde Butlin's Photographs.. December 6th 2003 - January 31st 2004.. New Work in New Media.. John Gerrard.. October 23rd - November 30th 2003.. Fergus Bourke - Eye, Hand and Heart.. Photographs 1963 - 2003.. August 21st - October 8th 2003.. Traffic Island.. Axel Boesten.. July 3rd - August 14th 2003.. The Close Season.. Ken Grant.. March 12th - April 20th 2003.. ESB Environmental Photography Awards Show.. Februry 11th - 21st 2003.. F.. A.. The Bitter Years of the American Depression.. December 6th 2002 - Febuary 5th 2003.. Outland.. Roger Ballen.. November 1st 2002 - December 1st 2002.. Pictures from Home.. Larry Sultan.. September 25th - October 28th 2002.. Archictectural Optics.. A collaborative exhibition by Richard Torchia John Tuomey.. August 1st - September 15th 2002.. Boom Town.. John Duncan.. June 21st - July 25th 2002.. Buena Memoria.. Marcelo Brodsky.. April 18th - May 29th 2002.. SOUTHERN CROSS.. March 7th - April 11th 2002.. Eircell Vodafone Press Photography Awards.. February 19th - March 2nd 2002.. ESB Environmental Photography Awards.. February 5th -17th 2002.. The Lives of Lee Miller.. December 6th to January 31st 2002.. Ben Smyth Memorial Scholarship Exhibition.. November 23rd - December 2nd 2001.. David Farrell.. October 11th to November 18th 2001.. Eugene Richards.. September 6th to October 28th 2001.. Victor Sloan.. July 26th to August 28th 2001.. Diana Michener.. June 21 to July 21 2001.. MONITOR.. new installations by Anthony Haughey, Paul Nulty and John Drew.. 19th April to 31st May 2001.. Hide That Can: new work by Deirdre O'Callaghan.. 8th March to 8th April 2001.. Eircell PPAI Photographer of the Year 2000.. 20 - 26th February 2001.. ESB Environmental Photography Awards Exhibition.. 6 - 18th February 2001.. UNDEREXPOSED.. an exhibition from Index on Censorship.. 15 December - 3 February 2001.. The Ben Smyth Memorial Art Exhibition.. proceeds to the Ben Smyth Memorial Scholarship Fund.. 5 December - 9 December 2000.. Martina Corry.. PHOTOGENIC DRAWING.. 8 November - 2 December 2000.. Jacqueline Hassink.. THE TABLE OF POWER.. 30 September - 28 October 2000.. Liam O'Callaghan.. I'M A SUCCESS.. Mary McIntyre.. SURVEY.. 23 August - 23 September 2000.. Paul Fusco.. RFK Memorial Train.. 12 July - 12 August 2000.. Scott Hopkins.. peace walls.. Thuillier.. A Retrospective Exhibition, 1964 - 1997.. 14 June - 1 July 2000.. DIT Visual Communications Graduate Exhibition.. Showcase for this year's graduates of Dublin Institute of Technology.. 6 - 10 June 2000.. For Evermore.. Fading Evidence of the Great War.. 9 May to 3rd June 2000.. Daniel Meadows.. National Portraits: Now and Then.. 6 - 29 April 2000.. Marlene Dietrich.. A Legend in Photographs.. 6 - 29 April 2000.. Eircell PPAI 100 Best Press Photos.. A nationwide touring exhibition featuring the best of Irish press photography.. 8 March - 1 April 2000.. Bruce Gilden.. After the Off.. 9 February - 4 March 2000.. ESB Environmental Photography Awards.. 19 - 29 January 2000.. Jacques-Henri Lartigue.. The Photgraphic Century.. December 8 1999 - January 15 2000.. The Lightning Strike And other Stories.. 100 photographs from The Osman Collection.. November 10 - December 4 1999.. Exploring Identity.. October 1 - October 30, 1999.. Bright Young Things.. September 2 - September 28, 1999.. Liam Blake - Pictures From the Garden.. August 17 - 24, 1999.. Work from the Darkrooms.. August 7 - 24, 1999 (Gallery 2).. Ireland at the Millennium.. August 5 - 14, 1999 (Gallery 1).. Tom Wood - All Zones off Peak.. July 8 - July 31, 1999.. Elliott Erwitt - Dog Dogs.. June 9 - July 3rd, 1999.. Padraig Murphy - Anywhere Please!.. May 1 - 29, 1999.. Martin Parr - Common Sense.. April 1 - 24, 1999.. Jurgen Schadeberg - A Retrospective.. March 3 - 20, 1999.. Michael Boran - The Palace of Bubbles.. February 4 - 27, 1999..

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  • Title: Pinhole to Digital Workshop for Young Adults
    Descriptive info: Pinhole to Digital Workshop for Young Adults.. Exposures captured using DIY Pinhole cameras designed and created by workshop participants.. This is one of the most enjoyable and creative workshops held each year in Gallery of Photography.. It is a practical, hands-on course, where participants build their own pinhole cameras, take  ...   in the darkroom.. As well as the magic chemistry of the darkroom, participants are also introduced to digital scanning, manipulation and Gicl e print output.. 1.. 2.. 3.. 4.. 5.. 6.. 7.. 8.. 10.. 12.. 13.. 14.. 15.. Previous.. Next.. To register your interest in the next workshop email: info@galleryofphotography..

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