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 Dublin and, in doing so, tell a broader story of today's Ireland.
Doyle's street photography is a thrill to the system, revealing the extraordinary within the ordinary to paint a striking portrait of a modern and multicultural capital city. Reproduced in vivid color, the commonplace is seen anew and made epic as the city's inhabitants appear in stark, black and white going about their daily business. Doyle's work features everyday life through the lens and voice of the street. Punctuating Doyle's photography are specially commissioned narratives by celebrated writer Kevin Barry, evoking the sights, smells, sounds, and sensations of a Dubliner's daily life.
« While photographing, I began to strip away as much of the context and background from the subjects as I could. The subjects are all shot at close range, but respectfully, perhaps even reverently. The pictures show only fragments of possible narratives, but for me, every life has weight and drama, even if its meaning is ultimately elusive. »
-- Eamonn Doyle "
We are offering copies signed by Eamonn Doyle.
Introduction by Sean O'Hagan (The Guardian) and texts by Kevin Barry. Short intriduction, design and drwaings by Niall Sweeney (who also had collaborated to the 3 self-published photobooks). This book won a "British Book Design Award" in November 2019.
This body of work was the subject of a large exhibition at the Rencontres d'Arles festival in 2017.
We suggest an interview of Eamonn Doyle about this project on the Paper Journal website (the images presented here come from this page).
PLEASE NOTE: We are also offering signed copies of the Eamonn Doyle catalogue / monograph published by Editorial RM / Fundación MAPFRE (2019) on the occasion of the large retrospective on display in Madrid until January 26th, 2020. Please refer to the catalogue's page for a differentiation of contents between the two photobooks.
272 pages - Hardcover
Thames & Hudson, 2019
Format : 21.8 x 32.7 cm
New - Mint condition
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