What's On: 31st July

What’s On: 31st July

What's On: 31st July

Ok, so this is the end for 2011.
A whole month with 5 weekends in it, one of them a bank holiday, all dedicated to converse around Photography. The great exhibitions, the international guests, the great photobooks… So much learnt, so much to learn. And so many people to thank for their support! It has been a great experience for us all. Was it also for you?

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We hope you enjoyed the exhibitions and events, and that you do take your chance to go and see some of the shows that will close today.

Best wishes

The PhotoIreland Festival 2011 Team


Last Chance to see:

Running Exhibitions

Temple Bar Area

The Long View at the Gallery of Photography
Martin Parr’s Best Books of the Decade at the National Photographic Archive
Versions and Diversions Curated by Karen Downey at Temple Bar Gallery + Studios

Dublin 1

Ghost Shops, by Seán Hillen (Extended) at Basecamp 108-109 Middle Abbey Street

Dublin 2

Sommes-nous ? by Tendance Floue Collective at Alliance Française Dublin, 1 Kildare Street
Photographs 1908-1940, by Luis Ramón Marín at Instituto Cervantes Dublin, Lincoln House, Lincoln Place
Blindschleiche und Riesenblatt by Anne Schwalbe at the Severed Head Gallery, Basement, 16 Lower Mount Street
Not Natasha, curated by FOMACS at the Creation Arcade, 22/23 Duke Street, Dublin 2.

Dublin 8

Out of the Dark Room: The David Kronn Collection at the Irish Museum of Modern Art

Dublin 18

Africa: The Experience, by Bobby Kerr at Barista Cafe, Sandyford Industrial Estate.

Dún Laoghaire

Sea Shift, group show St Michaels Wharf, Dun Laoghaire Harbour, Dún Laoghaire.


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