From top: Janelle Monae by Colm Kelly; Gary Numan by James Murray; Billie Eilish by Leah-Carroll
Music lovers will be excited to hear of the opening of a new exhibition in Dublin featuring the work of some of our best rock photographers.
Hindsight 2020 features both rare off-stage moments and live performances from International and local legends
From Thursday at 7pm, this decade-spanning collection of photographs representing the work of Colm Kelly, James Murray, Leah Carroll and Kieran Frost will be on display in Dublin’s newest venue, Bloody Mary’s, South William Street, Dublin 2.
Nick says: Shots to our heart.
Dame Street, Dublin 2.
Name those jammers, anyone?
By Charles Cushman via Photos of Dublin
From top: Maiden Radio in East Side Tavern, Dublin 2; Nick Cave in Kilmainham, Dublin 8; Just Mustard at the All Together Now festival
Free this weekend?
Looking for a print?
The People’s Photography Exhibition takes place outside St Stephen’s Green, Dublin 2, this Saturday and Sunday.
The three excellent music-based live photos above form part of the collection of Joe Kelly who will be exhibiting them for sale over the weekend alongside dozens of other amateur photographers.
Pics: Joe Kelly
Dena Shearer (left) with Paul, Catherine and Layla, of the Marino AFC Girls Soccer Academy, among the ‘Faces of Fairview
The Faces of Fairview exhibition
At The Annesley House, North Strand Road, Dublin 3 at 6.30pm
South Africa-born, Dublin-based photographer Dena Shearer writes:
Come and enjoy an exhibition which celebrates a group of people that are a small representation of the incredible community that has been in the area of Fairview, Marino, North Strand and Ballybough for generations.
I will be showing 12 pieces from all walks of life that pay tribute to the warm sense of community that exists in the area and the kind-heartedness that the people living there have.
Entry is FREE!!
Faces of Fairview
Pic by Dena
Andy Sheridan tweetz:
As I walked along Coburg Street [in Cork City], I was struck by the moonlight washing over the rear roofs of the Georgian buildings to the South on Camden Place.
More from Andy’s night walk in Cork here
Andy Sheridan Photography
The top three winners in the 2018 Dronestagram International Drone Photography Contest because that’s an actual thing now.
From top: ‘Hungry Hippos’ by Zekedrone, ‘Fishing Net In Vietnam’ by Trung Pham and ’Two People, Two Dogs And Four Shadows’ by Yevhen Samuchenko.
Three of the winners of Scuba Diving magazine’s 2018 Underwater photography contest.
From top: a whale breach by Rodney Burial (the overall winner); a blanket octopus night-fishing by Cai Songda and The Pit, an underwater cave near Tulum in Mexico by Karen Smith.
MORE: Scuba Diving Magazine’s 2017 Underwater Photo Contest Winners
Photographer and filmmaker David Jazay tweetz:
Now “The Moy”, Dorset Street, Dublin 1 is gone, too. Oh, the speed at which Dublin is losing her built heritage… Most of the places I have photographed since 2014 are now demolished or changed beyond recognition.
Ten observations on photography by filmmaker Errol Morris, taken from his 2011 book Believing Is Seeing.
More on item 3 here.
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