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CANON Open Programme

Bare Collective Home

The Real, The Imagined and The Constructed

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Design building, NCAD

4-31 Jul/Tue-Thu 12-6pm/Fri 12-4pm

4-10 Jul/Mon-Sat 10am-5pm/Sun 2-4pm

Sat-Sun 10am-4pm/Mon closed

Opening: 6pm Thu 3 Jul

Opening: 6pm Thu 3 Jul This exhibition presents a range of works Home is a multimedia exhibition by Bare

from a group of emerging photographers and

Collective, examining the titular concept by

recent graduates of NCAD’s part-time course

documenting the contrasting lives and experiences

in Photography and Digital Imaging. The works

of an Irish photographer and his partner living

reflect a diverse group dealing with a range of

in Palestine with those of Palestinians living in

topics such as; grief, an analysis of the properties

Ireland. The word ‘home’ by its very nature means

of light and texture, the beauty of decay, Cubism,

a place of love and security. It can mean people,

death and personal memory, lawn bowling, Irish

places, houses or just a feeling. The exhibition will

Peerage, the queens of Dublin and how chance

feature the work of Tony Kane from his time in

creates new meaning in found objects.

Palestine, portraits by Claire Byrne of Palestinian

Photographers: Amaia Arenzana, Kim Boland,

people living in Ireland and a short documentary

John Brennan, Jim Byrne, Daniel Cisilino, Emily

by Mark Ponisi and Kieran Quigley.

Clarke, Gabor Herczegfalvi, Kalian Lo, Denis O’Shea and Sascha O’Toole.

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