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New Irish photography hits Dublin, Limerick, Cork

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AN ANNUAL CELEBRATION of new Irish photography has opened this week across Dublin, Limerick and Cork.

The PhotoIreland Festival 2013 is the fourth year of the exhibition with events and showings across the three cities for the month of July. Up to 25 Irish and Ireland-based photographers are showcased in the New Irish Works exhibition but there are also solo and other exhibitions to view (have a click through to here to find all details). Events, including workshops, talks, films and fairs, are listed here.

PhotoIreland Festival has kindly given us permission to reproduce a slideshow of a small selection of the images which are in the New Irish Works exhibition. It might give you a taste to go and see the rest – opening times and locations are here.

New Irish photography hits Dublin, Limerick, Cork
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  • © Grainne Quinlan, from the series 'The Strawboys'

  • © Barry W Hughes, from the series 'Metastatic'

  • © Ethna O'Regan, from the series 'Any Moment Now'

  • © David Thomas Smith, from the series 'Anthopocene'

  • © Claudi Nir, from the series 'A Temporary Discomfort'

  • © Dragana Jurisic, from the series 'YU: The Lost Country'

  • © Ieva Baltaduonyte, from the series 'Migracijos'

  • © Kevin Griffin, from the series 'Omey Island - Last Man Standing'

  • © Linda Brownlee, from the series 'Achill'

  • © Martin Cregg, from the series 'A Fading Landscape'

  • © Maurice Gunning, from the series 'Encuentro'

  • © Mandy O'Neill, from the series 'Every Second Friday'

  • © Miriam O'Connor, from the series 'Attention Seekers'

  • © Robert Ellis, from the series 'New Line'

  • © Patrick Hogan, from the series 'Still'

  • © Yvette Monahan, from the series 'The Time of Dreaming the World Awake'

  • © Shannon Guerrico, from the series 'Libre et Sauvage'

  • © Paul Gaffney - from the series 'We Make the Path by Walking'

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