Borderlines: Personal stories and experiences from the border counties of the island of IrelandN/A €25.00 Add to cart
Bill Kirk: Sandy Row24 x 23 x 0.5 cm €10.00 Read more
Melancholy Witness: Images of the Troubles: Sean Hillen
Melancholy Witness is the published collection of the images of Sean Hillen landed exhibition of photography, documenting the years of the Troubles of Northern Ireland. Combining personality with documenting history, what emerges is a powerful and compelling story of unrest, beauty and change.
Northern Ireland: 30 years of photography – Colin Graham
That tradition, all kids hurling petrol bombs, burning buildings and beleaguered riot police, casts a long shadow but, within it, there are moments of deeper, almost reflective looking that point the way to the more outward-facing, self-questioning photography that began with the likes of Paul Seawright and Victor Sloan in the 80s and continues in the work of Donovan Wylie , Hannah Starkey and Gareth McConnell.
A Shout in the Street: Declan McGonagle
As a phrase ‘A Shout in the Street’ has a particular resonance to the residents of Belfast. A shout in the street could be a warning, a bomb threat, a newspaper seller or a greeting: positive or negative, a way of life here.