In his new work The Drift///Parallax, artist Brian Teeling focuses on the presence of absence, the absence of presence – and the Phibsboro Shopping Centre.
Matin Salim fled Afghanistan after the country fell to the Taliban, arriving in Ireland in November.
Before the pandemic, there was a bustling schedule for older people in the community. Starting with new yoga classes, organisers are trying to bring it back.
Seagulls “grow up to be terrorists, but they’re lovely when they are babies”, says Robert Keogh.
“Setting up a backdrop for taking portraits in the middle of Moore Street really gave me insight into how energetic and vibrant the street can be,” writes photographer Aarif Amod.
John Gunn misses the conversations with customers, he says. Those are why, in normal times, he still mans the counter, 26 years after he was meant to retire.
Artist Daragh Muldowney found that rapid climate change is transforming Lake Baikal and the traditions of communities who live on its shores.
Karl Magee has just released Until Then, a collection of 68 photos documenting Dublin’s nightlife over the last two years, from dance floors to festivals.
The digital exhibition will see the artist superimpose his photographs digitally onto disused billboards and shopfronts across the city.
Almost by accident, his focus became the people and places in Fatima Mansions, the housing complex where he grew up, he says.