Presentation by Eamonn Doyle:
" One features images from a recently made collection of unique, bespoke-process, large format, gelatin silver contact prints. "
This publication, the first one of a new series, is a very large format 50 x 70 cm, presented and shipped folded (35 x 50 cm) that includes 24 images, printed double blakc on a Munken Print Cream 18 paper (115 gsm), with a screen-printed cover.
Design : Niall Sweeney / PONY.
48 pages - Softcover
Self-published via D1, 2021 (300 copies)
Format : 50 x 70 cm
New - Mint condition
Warning: Last books in stock!
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...
.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.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...
.Sold out. Presentation by Julia Borissova: " I am fond of the artist book form and have created about 14 books over the past 10 years. Most of the titles are sold out. Some time ago I decided to rethink some of my projects and realize them in a new, more concentrated form of zines. In almost half a year I managed to implement this idea and today I am...
Project presentation by Christopher Héry: "22:19 illustrates the wide range of emotions - fear, boredom, camaraderie, relief - that two young men have experienced during an intense 8-minute period. This book has been designed to slowly reveal the location, the story, and its ending, to the viewer in a cinematographic manner. Time is the key element here...