PhotoIreland Festival 2017

The Recount of Conflict





Critical Practice Reviews:
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Bookings close on 24th April
Cost per 1 hour session: €30
Dates: Friday 5th & Saturday 6th May 2017, 10am-5pm
Location: The Tara Building, Dublin 2

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Marc Prüst
Photography Consultant and Curator at Noorderlicht.

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Marc Prüst

Marc Prüst worked for the World Press Photo Foundation from 2001 to 2007, when he moved on to Agence VU’ as responsible for the international cultural activities of the agency. In 2009 he left the agency to start for himself as freelance curator, consultant, and teacher. Marc is currently curator at Noorderlicht Photography in Groningen, the Netherlands.

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Festival Launch Week

Here’s what you should not miss!

Tue 2 May

11am Fotobookfestival Kassel Dummy Awards 2017 opens at The Library Project.

Wed 3 May

9.30am Jens Sundheim Of Ants and Star Polyhedrons opens at Marsh’s Library
Regarding the Hispanic World at Instituto Cervantes Dublin.

Thu 4 May

6pm Shot at SO Fine Art Editions
6pm Private event at The Tara Building, Dublin 2, for all festival volunteers present and past, and all artists involved.
7pm Festival launch at The Tara Building, Dublin 2, with the opening of Michal Iwanowski, Clear of People & Steven Nestor, Bellum et Pax, and a presentation of the festival programme.
9pm Blow Photo issue 15 Launch at The Liquor Rooms, Temple Bar, with video projections, free drinks and more.

Fri 5 May

10am Critical Practice Reviews sessions start at The Tara Building, Dublin 2.
6pm Film: Os Días Afogados (The Drowned Days) at Instituto Cervantes Dublín.
6pm How To Flatten a Mountain at Rathfarnham Castle.
9pm Patrick Willocq, The Art of Survival at The Copper House Gallery.

Sat 6 May

10am Critical Practice Reviews sessions start at The Tara Building, Dublin 2.
6pm New Irish Works: Robert McCormack & David Thomas Smith at The Library Project.

Not to be missed on Wed 10 May

6pm The Recount of Conflict at Pallas Projects

 PhotoIreland Festival 2017

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a festival for all to enjoy.

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