Here: A Photographic Record

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Here: A Photographic Record
Gregory Dunn
Published by Zero G


48 pages
160 x 240 mm.
ISBN: 9780956043993


HERE. A photographic Record is a collection of observations of Dublin by Gregory Dunn. Taken largely during the recent recession, he documents aspects of the capital that many of us see without always realising we’re actually seeing them.

About the Artist
Gregory Dunn has been working on personal photographic and film projects for a number of years documenting various aspects of Ireland with a particular interest in the unconsidered. Having successfully completed a course at Ballyfermot College of Further Education in Television Operations and Production he now works primarily in the field of documentary television.


About the Publisher
Zero-G is a brand strategy and design agency based in Dublin, Ireland. They partner with organisations and enterprises from around the world to help them change, connect, innovate and grow.


Italia 90 Dublin

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Italia 90 Dublin
Tony O’Shea
Published by Cafe Royal Books

28 pages
140 x 200 mm.


A nation holds its breath! Many of us remember those famous words uttered by RTÉ Sports commentator George Hamilton moments before David O’Leary netted that famous penalty against Romania sending the Republic of Ireland to the quarter finals of the Italia 90 World Cup – albeit without winning a single game!

The team returned from a heroic display to be greeted by an estimated 500,000 people lining the streets from Dublin Airport to O’Connell Street. (Proportionately, more people came out to celebrate Ireland’s defeat in the Italia 90 quarter finals than the number of Germans who celebrated the World Cup winning team). For three weeks the nation experienced something close to mass hysteria.” – Edwin Bowe, Murmur

A collection of photographs taken by Irish photographer Tony O’Shea of the fans who lined those roads.

About the Artist
Tony O’Shea is an acclaimed Irish photographer. He has appeared in a wide variety of newspapers and magazines including The Sunday Times magazine, The Guardian, In Dublin and Libération.

About the Publisher
Café Royal Books (founded 2005) is an independent publisher based in Southport, England. Originally set up as a way to disseminate art, in multiple, affordably, quickly, and internationally while not relying on ‘the gallery’. Café Royal Books publishes artist’s books and zines as well as a weekly series of photobook/zines. The photographic publications are part of a long ongoing series, generally working with photographers and their archives, to publish work, which usually falls into 1970–2000 UK documentary / reportage.


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