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The Library Project (Dublin)

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The Library Project is a collection of contemporary publications around Photography, the core of a public resource library already holding over 900 items from 180 publishers worldwide, a wealth of publications unseen in Ireland.
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Northern Ireland: 30 Years of Photography. Discuss

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To mark its 30th anniversary, Belfast Exposed has organised an extensive exhibition of photographic work, displayed both at its premises on Donegall Street as well as at The MAC. The exhibition — Northern Ireland: 30 Years of Photography — “focuses on the growth of new, fine art documentary practices, more often produced for the gallery space and the photo book rather than for a press or media context”.

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Northern Ireland: 30 Years of Photography by Colin Graham

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This catalogue of recent Northern Irish photography shows a determination to leave the documentary style of the Troubles behind.

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Wonderful Color Photographs of Dublin in 1961

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In 1961, American photographer Charles Cushman visited Ireland and captured wonderful photos of its capital, Dublin, on color slides. Here are some of them.

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