In his latest book, Border Roads 1990-1994, photographer Tony O’Shea presents a haunting collection of images taken around the border between Northern and the Republic of Ireland during the early 1990s.
Born and raised in Dublin, photographer Joe Woolhead has been a resident of New York City for over 27 years. In 2004, he began working with Silverstein Properties, his main focus being on the rebuilding of the World Trade Center.
For the first time, a collection of photographs taken by Irish photographer Tony O’Shea of the fans who lined those roads are published together in a new photobook ‘Italia 90 Dublin’ (Café Royal Books).
Seán Hillen is best-known for his socio-political, photo montages of Irish landscapes featuring nostalgic and, at times, kitsch imagery juxtaposed with international landmarks.
Alan O’Connor is an Irish photographer living in South Africa: “I arrived back to Dublin a few days before the anniversary weekend. Living in Cape Town has kept me isolated from the build up of documentaries and dramas, news stories and opinion pieces … “
Dragana Jurisic was born in Slavonski Brod, Croatia (then Yugoslavia). She is currently based in Dublin, Ireland. “The story of me as a photographer starts in 1991 during the war in former Yugoslavia when our family apartment was burned down together with thousands of prints and negatives my father, an ardent amateur photographer, had accumulated.