You may recall a post on the launch of photographer Wally Cassidy’s book ‘The Other Half Lives’ in May which covered Dublin between 1989 and 1993.
For the first time, the photographs from the book are on display – in the Little Museum of Dublin.
Jill Guest writes:
“The Other Half Lives provides a fascinating insight into a time when Ireland was struggling to define itself. Loosely grouped into four sections – street, protest, Smithfield and punks – this honest and arresting collection brings us face-to-face with an Ireland we may prefer to forget but in many ways is still with us today.”
The exhibition runs until September 7.
Previously: Wally’s People
As always, no favours, cuddles, or pictures were given for this post.