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This Photography Gallery near the Temple Bar area has a shop with many types of photography books/ courses along with a small exposition in the upstairs area that is always changing.
The entry is free, and usually the tour around it is fast (+ -...More
Gallery of Photography hosts regular exhibitions by up and coming photographers, this giving them an opportunity to show their work! They also have a great selection of books in their shop and are adjacent to the IFI, Photographic Archive and Film base which are all...More
On the top floors they were running an exhibition based on photographer Pieter Hugo works. It's worth a visit. Entry is free and you can voluntarily contribute some money. On the ground floor, photography specialised bookshop. Hidden in a very nice court in Temple Bar.
I popped in to the Gallery of Photography in Temple Bar for a look. It currently shows photographs from the 2016 period and it is excellent! The place is easy to manoeuvre around. Most of the photos are downstairs. The exhibition itself is brilliant. There...More
A little hidden, but I'm a tourist.
Had two collections one from Irish photographer Ted Russell, who intimately captured Bob Dylan in NYC between 1961-1964. Lasts till mid-Feb. Get along.
Also, upstairs, a collection of sketches from an accompanying book. Musicians again, on the circuit...More
It's a small photo gallery. The stuff seemed kind and friendly. It probably depends on when you go there, but the exhibition wasn't artistic photographs at all when I got there. (I enjoy artistic photography) It was more about journalism which seems the society's problems....More
I visited to see the exhibit on Donegal music and the work of the Mooney/Ni Mhaonaigh family. That was well presented over two floors of galleries. Lots of light filled space, thoughtfully designed, fronting on Meeting House Square. This was my first visit to the...More
I would assume this place changes its set up every now and then, at the moment it is housing an exhibition dedicated to the female instrumentalist Mairéad Ní Mhaonaigh who played in the Irish trad band, Altan.
As a venue, it is easily accessible, sitting...More