The Library Project at Cork Photo 2015

A selection of photobooks from The Library Project will be traveling to the South of Ireland during July, to join the Cork Photo 2015. They will be on display at the University College Cork Boole Library, from the 14th to the 16th of July.

Aside from the exhibition, and as part of the programme of events, PhotoIreland Director Angel Luis Gonzalez will do a presentation on The Library Project and will be discussing the emerging practices of Irish and Irish based artists in relation to publishing, while also sharing an insight on international practice.

The details, in short:
Venue: UCC Boole Library
Date: 14-16 July
Opening hours: 8.30am–4.45pm
Special Event: 12.30pm 14 July

You can browse through the list online, and check the items list below, that include some items not catalogued online yet:
– John Gossage, Berlin In the Time of The Wall
– Jeanette Lowe, Pearse House, Village in the City
– Roger Eberhard, Martin Parr Looking at Books
– Miriam O’Connor, Attention Seekers
– Garry Loughlin, Between Spaces
– Pierre Bessard, Chattanooga The Green Factory
– Kate Nolan, Neither
– Harvey Benge, Lucky Box
– Simon Roberts, We English
– Ryan Lowry, Two Years
– Sara Macel, May the Road Rise to Meet You
– Anais Lopez, Only in Burundi
– Thilde Jensen, The Canaries
– John Burke and Simon Norfolk, BURKE + NORFOLK
– Geert van Kesteren, Baghdad Calling
– Thomas Mailaender, Cathedral Cars
– Motohiko Hasui, Personal Matters
– Noel Bowler, Making Space
– Miriam O’Connor, The Legacy Project
– Madeleine Waller, East London Swimmers
– Zed Nelson, A Portrait of Hackney
– Dougie Wallace, Shoreditch Wild Life
– Paul Graham, Does Yellow Run Forever?
– Sipke Visser, Return to Sender
– Patrick Hogan, Still
– Silas Finch, Orchard Volume 2
– Instamatics, Antonio Lopez
– Generation ’74
– Kesselskramer, In Almost Every Picture #8
– William Eggleston, For Now

If you have any queries about the collection or about The Library Project, just get in touch using the contact form or email us at tlp@photoireland.org