Thanks all. It's probably remiss of me not to mention the fact that this exhibition is but one small part of the giant PhotoIreland festival taking place at numerous venues around the city from tomorrow .. full details here:
Hugh, Hope to get in and see it along with some of the other exhibitions.
That's great Hugh, best of luck with it.
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 26th July.
This is the 64th exhibition of the club since 1947 and has over 260 images on display.
I am sure most people here are aware of the Photo Ireland events going on the moment but of particular interest to apuggers might be the Out Of The Darkroom exhibition that has just opened at IMMA. It's a private collection being donated to IMMA by a guy called David Cronn. He has been collecting photography for a long time now and I have to say it's absolutely awesome. Mostly consists of darkroom prints, some big names (Irving Penn, Herb Ritts, Adams, Mapplethorpe, Harry Callahan and more), lots of lesser known names too. Portraiture and plenty of (often semi-abstract) landscape. It's stunning ....
Sounds great Hugh. Thanks for letting us know.
OUT OF THE DARKROOM EXHIBITION IMMA.
Yes Hugh, I have had a quick look round the exhibition at IMMA. Some very good stuff on view there, worth a visit for anyone passing by. I work down the road from IMMA so have opportunity to go back several times!!.....Brian
I was at a talk there on Saturday called 'What is Photography' which was very enjoyable.
Originally Posted by MOPS
Michael Kenna in Dublin
- Michael Kenna's first Exhibition in Ireland is currently showing at above, along with some iconic 20th century prints.
Gerry, could you post info on where and when will your exhibition take place in Dublin? I would like to see it.