web analytics

Roger Ballen | Edge of the Real | Sirius Arts Centre Ireland

Sirius Arts Centre
An Cóbh, Cork, Ireland
Opening: 14 September 2013, 2pm
Exhibition: 15 September – 20 October, 2013 Continue Reading →

Copenhagen Art Week 2013

August 23rd – September 1st, 2013

Copenhagen is the art capital of Scandinavia, and the city’s lively art scene is rightly the focus of international attention. A brand new initiative – COPENHAGEN ART WEEK – dedicates 10 days at the end of August to a celebration of art, putting Copenhagen firmly on the international map as a capital for the visual arts. Continue Reading →

Photomeetings Luxembourg 2013Photomeetings Luxembourg 2013 aPhotomeetings Luxembourg 2013 b

Photomeetings Luxembourg 2013

9th edition of Photomeetings Luxembourg
September 10th – October 19th, 2013

Including Exhibitions, Workshops & Lectures with Roger Ballen, Isabel Muñoz and Massimo Vitali // September 10-13, 2013

For further details please visit
www.photomeetings.lu

Billy Quinn 'Good Morning MR. Courbet'Danny Nicoletta 'Sissy Chapel 1998'Kai Olaf Hesse 'Here/Nowhere'

post SCRIPT – A group exhibition curated by Peggy Sue Amison

Opening: Fri 19th October, 8:00pm
Camden Palace Hotel, Camden Quay, Cork, Ireland
Running: Sat 20th October – Fri 30th November 2012
Gallery hours: Monday – Friday 11am – 5pm / Saturday & Sunday hours TBD

Humans can be more connected today than ever before; information of all sorts can be delivered in the time it takes to email, text, tweet etc…  Likewise, the improved convenience of travel makes it possible to live in different places and experience the world more readily.  Yet, overshadowing this ginormous, instantaneous ‘social network’ of accessibility is an unspeakable sense of existential disconnection. Continue Reading →

Photographs Not Taken

Photographs Not Taken is a collection of photographers’ essays about failed attempts to make a picture.

Editor Will Steacy asked each photographer to abandon the conventional tools needed to make a photograph—camera, lens, film—and instead make a photograph using words, to capture the image (and its attendant memories) that never made it through the lens. In each essay, the photograph has been stripped down to its barest and most primitive form: the idea behind the image. Continue Reading →