PhotoIreland Festival 2011. July 2011, Dublin
Having had a successful start in 2010, the festival this year is divided in 6 strands, all of them with their own set of exhibitions and/or events.
They are as follows:
For July 2011, PhotoIreland Festival presents ‘Collaborative Change’, a series of events that investigate the possibilities of collaborative approaches within artistic and non-artistic disciplines. The events include a conference on the theme in collaboration with GradCAM, exhibitions by photographic collectives and site-specific installations and events by two curatorial teams.
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Framed within our focus on photo books, we will present ‘Martin Parr’s Best Books of the Decade’, an exhibition of 30 international photo books, hand-picked by the world-famous photographer and photographic bibliophile. Running in parallel, PhotoIreland‘s first Book and Magazine Fair, which includes an International Open Call for photo books, in cooperation with Blurb.
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The Featured Exhibitions & Events is a strand of the programme that highlights exhibitions and events organised outside the main theme. Within this context, It is exciting to work in 2011 with the Irish Museum of Modern Art, the Royal Hibernian Academy, the Sebastian Guinness Gallery, and the Douglas Hyde Gallery, as much as with the Gallery of Photography, the Instituto Cervantes, and the Mexican Embassy.
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We have programmed a special set of talks around collecting photography, to add to the David Kronn exhibition at the Irish Museum of Modern Art (IMMA). They include a talk by David Kronn and Seán Kissane, Head of Exhibitions at IMMA.
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Working towards our first summer residency, we are offering a set of workshops, talks and portfolio reviews that will definitely help you gain knowledge and experience in a variety of fields.
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Over 30 exhibitions around the city of Dublin by photographers and artists of all levels.
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