Looking forward to doing a Christmas stall at The Ha’Penny Flea Market – The Grand Social (35 Lower Liffey St, Dublin) this coming Saturday 7th of December from 12 till 6pm. I’ll have many of my Dublin photographs there, including a unique handmade darkroom print of this image mounted to fit an A3 frame. I’ll also be doing a stall at the Fusion Sundays World Culture Market on Sunday the 8th of December from 11 till 5pm at the Food Coop (12 Newmarket Square, Dublin) Here’s a handy map to find it. These are the last markets I’ll be doing before Christmas. Hope to see you over the weekend!
I’m very happy to be contributing my work ‘Morning Breeze’ to the Scoop Foundation Art Charity Auction 2013 for education and community development in India and Cambodia. The launch party will be at Film Base (Temple Bar, Dublin) from 6.30pm on Friday the 11th of October and the auction will take place there on Saturday 12th of October at 2pm. This is the second year I’m participating in this charity and I’m delighted the proceeds from the sale of my photograph will be helping a very worthy cause.
After my ‘Visions of Dublin’ exhibition at the Brick Alley Cafe, 25 Essex St East, Temple Bar, Dublin, which opened on 30th January 2013, I am exhibiting now along with these older images new ones taken during my trips to my native Madrid and to other Spanish cities. The new exhibition features both colour and black and white photography, including numbered handmade silver gelatin prints, printed by myself at the Block T darkroom, it opened on Culture Night, Friday 20th September and is ongoing.
Looking forward to Independents Day 2013 Zine fair this Sunday 23rd of June (12-5) at the Food-Coop, 12 Newmarket Square, Dublin 8. I’ll be sharing a table with the Tinderbox network of which I’m a member and we’ll have copies for sale of ‘Gods and Monsters of tomorrow’, an art book in which I collaborated with the photograph above (‘Upside down world’). I’ll also have a copy of my book ‘Dublin Graffiti Walkers’ and some of my Dublin prints on display. Hope to see you there!
I’m very happy to announce that my solo exhibition ‘Visions of Dublin’ at the Brick Alley Cafe, 25 Essex St East, Temple Bar, Dublin, which opened on 30th January, has been extended now till September! The exhibition features both my digital and analogue black and white work and shows different visions of Dublin, from cityscapes, street scenes and portraits of Dublin people, to my more introspective, almost abstract works. From June to September I’m also going to present some of my colour work.
I’m very happy to have had one of my photographs published to illustrate a poem by Gearóid De Biotún in the February 2013 issue of Irish language magazine Comhar.
4 of the 10 prints I have on display till 2pm on Friday 15th March at Pearse library, Dublin. It is a group exhibition with my club The Smena Photographic Society and is held as part of the Festival of Russian Culture. The photographs I chose for this exhibition are from my ‘Looking down’ series.
I am very excited about my first solo exhibition at the Brick Alley Cafe, 25 Essex St East, Temple Bar, Dublin, opening on January 30th. I’m delighted to have the opportunity to exhibit my work in such a nice and central venue. The exhibition features both my digital and analogue black and white work and shows different visions of Dublin, a city I very much love, from cityscapes, street scenes and portraits of Dublin people, to my more introspective, almost abstract works. The photographs were taken between 2010 and 2012 and they will be in the Brick Alley Cafe till April 7th. Will also have additional work at The Cat’s Miau shop on 74 Francis street during the month of March.
Very happy to be taking part in a fundraising event for Crumlin’s children’s hospital on Sunday the 2nd of December at 8pm in Dublin Exchange. Theatre producer Lana Stukapova has compiled slide shows of my photographs and some by another photographer as a background for the wonderful saxophone playing of her son Denny. Hope you can come! Admission is free and there’s complimentary tea and cofee.
I’m delighted to have sold a framed print of this photo (‘Topsy-turvy’, a reflection of the Ha’penny bridge on the waters of the river Liffey, Dublin) at the 2012 SCOOP Foundation art charity auction and exhibition, in aid of children in India. The proceeds of this sale will go in full towards building schools and living areas for street children in Varanasi.