Dennis Horgan is an aerial photographer with a unique perspective on Cork, taking us away from ground level and into the skies to give a bird’s-eye view of Ireland’s largest county and its vibrant historic rural and urban topography. In this stunning collection of aerial photographs he captures landscapes, heritage sites, architecture, agricultural patterns and events right across the length and breadth of Cork city and county.
Ireland's premier photographers, The Lensmen, captured the essence of life in Ireland during the 1970s in their stunning and thought provoking images. This collection offers a fascinating insight into the cultural and political events of the decade.
1989 was an epoch-making year. This title records the fall of the BerlinWall, Tiananmen Square, the Velvet Revolution in Czechoslovakia and the Exxon Valdez disaster; in the world of entertainment, the success of Madonna and George Michael; and the release of the films "Batman", "Dead Poets Society" and "When Harry Met Sally".
Demonstrates the influence of photographs on culture and society, presenting some of the most important landmarks in the history of photography. This book focuses on images which are described and analyzed in aesthetic, historical, and artistic contexts.
The photographs within include iconic Irish landmarks, such as Croagh Patrick, portraits of Helen’s artistic circle, including Paddy Moloney and Mary Lavin, in addition to spontaneous images of everyday life in 1970’s Ireland.
Produced by the Detroit Photographic Company between 1888 and 1924, these rediscovered Photochrom and Photostint postcard images are the very first color pictures of North America. An unparalleled voyage across peoples, places, and time unfolds in this sweeping panorama that ranges from Native American settlements to New York's Chinatown, from...
Created in collaboration with the Andy Warhol Foundation, this book reveals hundreds of instant pictures by the artist. From self-portraits to still lives, anonymous nudes to New York high society, from Cabbage Patch dolls to Dolly Parton, Keith Haring to Audrey Hepburn, these impromptu images offer a unique record of the Pop Art maestro's...
The Asylum Archive book, a hardback that includes photographs, essays and a map of all present and past Direct Provision Centres in Ireland, is the continuation of Vukašin Nedeljkovic’s ongoing work highlighting the injustices, confinement and incarceration of asylum seekers in Ireland. Including essays by Ronit Lentin, Charlotte McIvor, Anne Mulhall and Karen Till. A significant work, since there is very little visual information about previous Irish Carceral sites including Magdalene Laundries, Industrial Schools, Mother and Baby Homes and Lunatic Asylums.
Provides a fresh perspective on one of the world's most enduring and beloved film and fashion icons. Suitable for Audrey Hepburn fans worldwide, this book focuses on her glamorous clothes and accessories - from the little black dress and straw handbag to the ballet flats.