PhotoIreland Festival 2017 – Dublin, 1-31 May

Celebrating its eight edition in 2017, PhotoIreland Festival brings to Dublin another exciting edition packed with free exhibitions, workshops, photobook

Ellie Davies: Half Light – Exhibition

Based in Southern England, Ellie Davies has been working in UK forests since 2007, making work which explores the complex

Jadwiga Brontē: Invisible People of Belarus – Photo Book

Jadwiga Brontē (b.1986) is Polish photojournalist, documentary photographer and videographer, covering social and cultural issues around the World. Her work

Karin Crona – Exhibition

Karin Crona, born in Stockholm (Sweden), lives and works in Paris since 1999. Having graduated in graphic design and illustration,

3rd Fine Art Photography Awards Winners Announced

Fine Art Photography Awards (FAPA) announced winners of their annual photography competition. In 2017 Fine Art Photography Awards received 6335

Eric Bourret: Carnet de Marche

Born in 1964 in Paris, Éric Bourret lives and works in the South of France and in the Himalayas. His

Fabio Barile: An Investigation of the Laws Observable in the Composition, Dissolution and Restoration of Land

Matèria is pleased to present An Investigation of the laws observable in the composition, dissolution and restoration of land, Fabio

Thomas Kern: Haiti. The Perpetual Liberation

A powerful photographic portrait, Haiti: The Perpetual Liberation shows a different, more personal, and therefore also more “ordinary” view of

Antony Cairns: LA-LV / OSC

Antony Cairns (b.1980) is a British photographer living and working in London, England. He studied Photography at the London College

Alec Soth: Gathered Leaves

FOMU is bringing the work of renowned Magnum photographer Alec Soth (US, °1969) to Belgium for the first time with