Thanks to Vincenzo Pagliuca for the exhibition shots.
Some images from Cottages of Quigley’s Point will be featured in the upcoming Freshfaced & Wildeyed exhibition in The Photographers’ Gallery in London.
From their website:
FreshFaced+WildEyed exhibition includes twenty-five emerging photographers and artists who have been selected from an open submission process.
They were chosen by a judging panel of photography experts: Kate Cooper (Auto Italia), A K Dolven (artist and photographer), Damien Poulain (Oodee Books) and Brett Rogers (Director, The Photographers’ Gallery). The finalists have all graduated in the past year from BA and MA visual arts courses across the UK with photography and/or digital media forming the main component of their practice.
I’ll be taking part in the Belfast Photo Festival as part of a group exhibition called ‘House and Home’ with Vincenzo Pagliuca and Diego Saldiva.
The exhibition runs from Saturday the 6th of June in the Ulster Museum.
You can view a digital version of the full programme here.
Keeping it local this week with an exhibition at Café Blend in Letterkenny, Donegal, as part of the Remote Photo Festival. Great to have our own festival in the northwest. I’ll also be taking part in a Photo Book Club on Saturday morning (9th) at the Regional Cultural Centre from 10-12, along with Kate Nolan, Ciarán Óg Arnold, Fiona O’Reilly and Hannah Watson.
Headed to Derby to take part in Evidence at Format 15 as part of the Exposure open call. My work is showing at Dedá from Friday 13th until May 2nd, alongside Giacomo Brunelli, Sayed Sattar Hasan, Lydia Goldblatt, Ciril Jaxbec, Ji Hyun Kwon, Haley Morris-Cafiero and Bénédicte Vandreeeydt.
Details on the Format Website