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WHAT IS THE LIBRARY PROJECT?
The Library Project is PhotoIreland’s volunteer led space holding a specialised Art bookshop, a gallery, and a public resource library of photobooks that gives name to the space.
Complementing PhotoIreland’s efforts to bring to Ireland a selection of Photographic publications rarely seen otherwise, the Art bookshop has expanded over time to include essential Art texts and many items that support local publishers and artists.
Having enjoyed an effervescent program of exhibitions and events since 2013, the gallery is now focusing on offering a growing array of photographic artworks to local audiences.
The collection was presented for the first time in July 2011 during the PhotoIreland Festival. It took a few years to find an adequate venue to offer it to the public, and it was in September 2013 when PhotoIreland was offered the current space to host The Library Project.
The collection can be enjoyed, for free during opening hours, as presented today in the comfortable mezzanine space, where it receives regular visits by students, researchers, amateurs, and tourists alike.
The Library Project welcomes everyone, both individuals and organisations, to contribute to and enjoy this unique public resource library. The collection is updated and catalogued online at http://tlp.photoireland.org
The Library Project Reviews
Een boekhandel in Dublin met veel artistieke/rebelse boeken. De boeken zijn wel een beetje aan de dure kant, maar de ansichtkaarten zijn betaalbaar. more »A bookstore in Dublin with many artistic/rebellious books. The books are a bit on the expensive side, but the postcards are affordable.
Me encanto ese lugar es fascinante hay que ir cuando se visite el barrio Temple Bar , que es el barrio más colorido y animado de dublin more »I loved that place is fascinating to go when they visit the Temple Bar district, which is the most colorful and lively Dublin neighborhood
I love this place. Minimalist decor. Avant Garde book selection. Thought inspiring. Intriguing titles. Here's a few from when I was in there May 2018.
manager was extremely rude and unhelpful. Very unprofessional!!!!
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