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glór presents Selected Work from The National Photography Collection

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glór gallery is open from 10am - 3pm Mon - Fri
Open 10am - 5pm on Sat
Curator's Tour takes place on 15th April 10.30am
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Running in glór gallery from Friday 3rd March until Saturday 29th April. A Curator’s Tour with Tanya Kiang of The Photo Museum of Ireland will take place on Saturday 15th April at 10.30am. All Welcome 

This spring, glór will show a selection of work from The National Photography Collection, to include a number of Clare related works. The National Photography Collection was established in 2021 by Photo Museum Ireland. It aims to reflect the development of the medium of modern and contemporary photography in the Irish context.

It charts the work of leading Irish artists, critically framing their practice to build awareness of the politics of place and the role of photography in shaping cultural identity.

glór Gallery is open from 10am – 3pm Monday to Friday and 10am – 5pm on Saturday. 

Dragana Jurišić, Gunnera, 2018
Jamin Keogh, Christopher and Mark in Glennagross, from the series Moyross Study, 2017-present (ongoing)
Karl Grimes, The Landing (Zebra Acquisition), Natural History Museum, 2007, from the exhibition, Dignified Kings Play Chess On Fine Green Silk

PHOTO MUSEUM IRELAND
THE NATIONAL CENTRE FOR CONTEMPORARY PHOTOGRAPHY IN IRELAND

Photo Museum Ireland is the leading voice for photography in Ireland. We are dedicated to fostering a dynamic culture of photographic practice across a broad range of platforms. Established as ‘The Gallery of Photography’ in 1978 by John Osman, the organisation has grown to become one of Ireland’s most loved arts organisations. On 22 June we marked an important step in our development, changing our name to Photo Museum Ireland. Our ultimate goal is to relocate to a larger space on a par with international ‘fotomuseums’.

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