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Irish Photobooks at Sweden’s Fotobok Gbg 15

By 17/09/2015February 24th, 2019New Irish Works, News

The Library Project will be present at Fotobok Gbg, Gothenburg’s first photobook festival, taking place from the 24th to the 27th of September. For the event, we have selected 40 contemporary Irish photobooks to represent a variety of practices, and looking at the latest arrivals.

These are the books:

Alex Sinclair, Srianta
Anthony Haughey, The Edge of Europe
Anthony Haughey, Disputed Territory
Christine Redmond, Sea Change
Ciarán Óg Arnold, I Went to the Worst of Bars
David Farrell, Innocent Landscapes
David Farrell, The Swallowing Tree
David Greene, Where We Are
Dragana Jurisic, Yu: the Lost Country
Eamonn Doyle, On
Eamonn Doyle, i
Fiona Hackett, Self Storage
Garry Loughlin, Between Spaces
Grainne Quinlan, White Crane Spread Wings
John Duncan, Bonfires
John Duncan, Trees from Germany
Kate Nolan, Neither
Kathrin Baumbach, Colombian Skateboarders
Kenneth O’Halloran, The Handball Alley
Kevin Griffin, Omey Island: Last Man Standing
Laura Curran, Lots of Cake!
Linda Brownlee, Achill
Matthew Thompson, Instance
Martin Cregg, Midlands
Maurice Gunning, Familie: Family
Miriam O’Connor, Attention Seekers
Miriam O’Connor, The Legacy Project
Patrick Hogan, Still
Paul Gaffney, We Make the Path by Walking
PhotoIreland, New Irish Works
PhotoIreland, Martin Parr Best Books of the Decade
Richard Gilligan, DIY / Underground Skateparks
Richard Gilligan, Time/Line
Richard Mosse, Infra
Richard Mosse, The Enclave
Sean Hillen, Melancholy Witness
Simon Burch, Prospect
Simon Burch, Under a Grey Sky
Willie Doherty, Disturbance
Yvette Monahan, The Time of Dreaming the World Awake

The collection will later travel to Denmark, to join the Photobook Week Aarhus 2015.

If you are interested in the collection and want to propose an exhibition, get in touch. Finally, we are celebrating the 4th anniversary very soon, and there is a very interesting raffle going on – you can buy a ticket even if you are not able to assist but want to support the project.