Dublin has captured countless imaginations and inspired some of the greatest artists and writers throughout history. Focused on D1, Dublin’s city centre, photographer Eamonn Doyle’s three major bodies of work, i, On, and End. 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 colour, 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.
Published by Thames and Hudson
220 x 300 mm
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