List of photobooks by Doyle, Eamonn

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  • Presentation by Editorial RM: " Eamonn Doyle explores recent bodies of work by the Irish photographer (Dublin, 1969). Living in the center of the capital, Doyle photographs his surroundings from unexpected angles, revealing an original vision of the city and its inhabitants. His series i, ON, and End., otherwise known as the Dublin trilogy, with their...

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  • Presentation by Thames & Hudson: " Dublin has captured countless imaginations and inspired some of the greatest artists and writers throughout history. Focused on D1, Dublin's city center, photographer Eamonn Doyle's three major bodies of work, « i », « ON » and « END » all initially self-published and brought together here, tell the tale of today's...

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  • .Signed copies available.Presentation by Eamonn Doyle: "In his Dublin trilogy (i, ON et End.), Eamonn captured the combined actions of the city and its population as they played out in front of him. With K, he moves away from the urban east coast to the western Atlantic edge of Ireland, to a landscape that, in places, appears out of time, a parallel world...

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  • .Sold out.Presentation on the artist's website: "Created as both installation and publication, End. is a collaborative work by Eamonn Doyle, Niall Sweeney and David Donohoe. Built around the photographs of Doyle, it also features drawing and sound by Sweeney and Donohoe. End. gives equal significance to the city and its population, their combined forces...

  • .Sold out.After the much celebrated "i" published in 2014, the new portraiture project by Eamonn Doyle, in the exact same streets as the previous project, but this time with opposite commitments : black & white images, low-angle shots, faces visible.A beautiful series, and a really well produced book : a large format that opens flat, making for...

  • .Sold out.i, in italic, is the title of this really beautiful book, and certainly a symbol for the hunched figures of elder people that Eamonn Doyle has been photographing in the Dublin streets.A very touching and delicate series: crafted portraits of faces, attitudes and bodies, a keen eye for the coats, the fabrics, the bags; the artist gives us his...

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