A new book by photographer, film maker, sound recordist and “sometime artist” Gregory Dunn documents the rapidly-changing face of his local neighbourhood Stoneybatter.
Photographer Kenneth O’Halloran has just published a book documenting a month long study of the powerful and often visceral reaction of Americans who visit the Donald Trump Star at the renowned Hollywood Walk of Fame.
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.
The boutique screen print and risograph print studio Damn Fine Print is based in an old textile mill on North Brunswick Street in Dublin’s north city enclave of Stoneybatter.
Photographer Alec Soth at The Douglas Hyde Gallery: Hypnagogia is a hallucinatory mental state between wakefulness and sleep, a blurring of consciousness, which is often associated with heightened creativity.
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 … “