About Eamonn Doyle
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- The list of contenders for the Paris Photo-Aperture Foundation Photobook Awards 2016 runs the gamut from weighty odes to the medium to innovative, idiosyncratic and (at times) playful reflections on the art of photography. Read one of our editor’s thoughts on the most deserving candidates.
- Two exhibitions revisiting street photography stole the show at this year’s festival in Arles—read our thoughts on what made them special (and what made the rest of the festival a bit disappointing).
- The final installment in Doyle’s trilogy that entwines street photography from his native Dublin with design, art, music and literature — an inspiring multi-disciplinary collaboration.
- Eamonn Doyle employs a unique approach to photographing his fellow Dubliners in the streets—from a close but respectful distance, his views of the city’s solitary figures reveal a quiet reverence and respect for these old souls. One of our favorite books from 2014.
- The question then became: is it possible to take photographs of these people in such a way that will honour their essential, even existential, distance from me? Is it possible to photograph them in a way that says ‘I won’t gain knowledge of them by photographing them, but maybe something will come from the attempt to, maybe even from the failure to?’
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