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Vincent Brady
09-17-2008, 02:00 PM
RUST NEVER SLEEPS
Not an original title, but it is the title that I've chosen for my panel of 6 prints that goes on display in Dublin Photographic Centre, Camden St., from Fri. night from 6 to 10 PM. After that the gallery is open on Sat's only until the end of Oct. from 10 to 5 o'clock.The exhibition consists of the panels of 5 different photographers. Feel free to call in on Friday or any Saturday.

Cheers
Vincent

Fintan
09-17-2008, 05:31 PM
Thanks for letting us know Tex, I hope to see it.

BlueLemon
09-17-2008, 06:40 PM
# Fintan

Our photography students will go to Dublin from Sunday 28.th of September untill the 3.rd of October - can you give me any information about photographic exibitions or workshops in that period ? As one of the teachers here in Vraa, I need to seek out info, so that we can visit some relevant spots in Dublin.

If you reply to this - can you please state adress and type of exibitions/workshops

Also if you can specify some nice locations nearby Dublin - e.g landscape photography :-)

Thanks in advance

Sincerely
Claus Stensgaard

peterev
09-18-2008, 03:52 AM
# Fintan
Also if you can specify some nice locations nearby Dublin - e.g landscape photography :-)


Wicklow is right on Dublins doorstep and is well worth a visit

http://www.flickr.com/photos/26556022@N07/sets/72157607206933541/show/

thefizz
09-18-2008, 03:59 AM
We have our Apug/Ireland "No Pixels - Ireland on Film" exhibition starting on Tuesday 23rd and running till Friday 3rd October in Airfield Trust.

Check out www.airfield.ie for location. It's on your way out to the Wicklow mountains.

This page has info on our exhibition, www.airfield.ie/events_page.htm

Peter

peterev
09-18-2008, 04:07 AM
If anyone can get the chance,my friend simon burch has an exhibition in the paul o'kane gallery on merrion square. his prints are absolutely astonishing. truly remarkable work,
the best photography i have seen for a long time. its coming down soon and he will have a book coming out next year, but do yourself a favour and see his prints.

peter e

BlueLemon
10-12-2008, 08:24 PM
//Peterev

We went to this gallery, but it was 3 weeks ago that Simon Burch had his exibition. We came to see nice photos, but only a few dull paintings were on the wall.

Anyway - thanks for guidance and that you took the time

CS

peterev
10-14-2008, 09:10 AM
//Peterev

We went to this gallery, but it was 3 weeks ago that Simon Burch had his exibition. We came to see nice photos, but only a few dull paintings were on the wall.

Anyway - thanks for guidance and that you took the time

CS

Sorry to hear that, I didn't post it in response to your question. Just a general announcement. I should have specified it only had a couple of days left.

I have actually only ever bought 1 print from another photographer, but I'm getting 2 of these, they really are beautiful (if bankruptingly expensive). Simon will have a book of these photographs published next year. Only around 35 images but they're incredible.

Vincent Brady
07-11-2009, 05:15 PM
PHOTO2009
The exhibition of the Dublin Camera Club is on now at the Dublin City Library, 138-144 Pearse Street, Dublin 2.
Exhibition is open to the public from 10am until 30th July.
This is the 62nd exhibition of the club since 1947 and has over 260 images on display.

Cheers
TEX

James Shelley
08-25-2009, 04:38 PM
Hi everybody

Looks like this has been mentioned for the previous years, well, its back on this coming weekend 29/30 August 2009.
[URL="http://www.Peoples-Photography.com"/URL]
Anybody coming along, stop and say hello at place 349/350.
I'm new enough here - so would be nice to names and faces together.

As an aside, reading back on the messages here, not much mention has been made over the last year of other exhibitions going on. Everything quiet or nobody posting ??

J..

darragh
08-25-2009, 04:50 PM
Hi everybody

Looks like this has been mentioned for the previous years, well, its back on this coming weekend 29/30 August 2009.
[URL="http://www.Peoples-Photography.com"/URL]
Anybody coming along, stop and say hello at place 349/350.
I'm new enough here - so would be nice to names and faces together.

J..

James,

I'll be there with OffShoot Photography Society (place 330/1)

Darragh

James Shelley
08-25-2009, 05:06 PM
Good Man Darragh, and only a few places away. I'll be sure to drop down and sat hello.

I see in another thread, Eddie (Monosnaps) and Hugh(Hughitb) will be around the corner as well. No place numbers mentioned, sure we'll get to see them anyhow.

Hope all preperations in order. See you there.

J..

hughitb
08-27-2009, 03:05 AM
I'm number 94 .... just opposite the Shelbourne. Looking forward to it ...

James Shelley
11-25-2009, 09:45 AM
Folks,

Apparently an exhibition in Kilmainham from the likes of Ervin Penn and others is either on tour or coming soon. Heard it was featured on Nationwide a few nights ago.
Anyone know of it or when is it ? I've searched both web and the IMMA website without success. Nationwide website also.

Anybody any clues ?

J..

James Shelley
11-25-2009, 10:29 AM
Spell check, should have typed Irving Penn

thanks
J..

darragh
11-26-2009, 04:11 AM
the exhibition is "Picturing New York: Photographs from MOMA". It runs until the 7th of Feburary in Kilmainham

darragh
11-26-2009, 04:18 AM
Jack Mallins is holding an exhibition called "Our vibrant world" which he will display his wildlife photography from across the world in the brightlife gallery in greystones from saturday until 4th of dec.
Jack is well now in the club scene for his nature photography and his wildlife photos from around the world are stunning to see.
Here is the bio for exhibition
"Jack who is an Associate of the Royal Photographic Society, has brought together a collection of images from the Arctic, Africa, India, Peruvian Amazon Ireland and Scandinavia, ranging from polar bears to insects. Originally from Northern Ireland, Jack has enjoyed success in many photographic competitions both at home and abroad."

Darragh

hughitb
11-26-2009, 10:13 AM
the exhibition is "Picturing New York: Photographs from MOMA". It runs until the 7th of Feburary in Kilmainham

Dropped in to this today. It's really great. I didn't get to study it in detail because I was being dragged around the place by my four-year old daughter. "Pictures are boring!" she announced loudly at one point.

Anyway it's got all the greats - Hine, Steiglitz, Arbus, Friedlander, Winogrand, Weegee, Strand - you get the idea.

Vincent Brady
11-26-2009, 03:18 PM
Dropped in to this today. It's really great. I didn't get to study it in detail because I was being dragged around the place by my four-year old daughter. "Pictures are boring!" she announced loudly at one point.

Anyway it's got all the greats - Hine, Steiglitz, Arbus, Friedlander, Winogrand, Weegee, Strand - you get the idea.

A pal of mine had a spare ticket for the opening so I went along. I agree with you Hugh it's great. I just need more time to view it and I bought the book which I'll study in more detail before I return and view it at my leisure.

TEX

James Shelley
11-27-2009, 09:20 AM
Thanks folks,
In meantime, I found IMMA have finally listed it on their site;
http://www.imma.ie/en/page_197023.htm

Whilst it's listed to run until Beginning of February, I'm going to make an effort to go in see it soon.

Looking forward to it !

J..