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Dust by Atong Atem

Dust is an experimental photobook in response to and commemorating the commissioned body of work Dust by Atong Atem for PhotoIreland Festival 2023. Dust, commissioned by Catherine E. McKinley for PhotoIreland Festival 2023, explores the relationship of Dinka women who act as mediums and custodians to the earth, to the rupturing history of Christianity and colonialism.

On the occasion of this commission, riso publisher Dream Press, based in South Africa, designed and produced an edition of 200 risograph publication. Each publication is hand-bound, comprising unique details such as inserts, beaded stitching, with an embossed texture, silver effect, laser-cut book cover.

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SELECTED ART BOOKS FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD

Mousse, Issue 86

€20.00

The Gentlewoman, Issue 29

€15.00

Disegno, Issue 37

€22.00

Disco Pogo, Issue 5

€20.00

FOYER Issue 03

€20.00

Italian Lesson No. 13 : Identificazione, Erica Van Horn

€8.00

An Irish Potato Patch, Coracle

€4.00

Back to Basics: A Guide to Ecological Photo Chemistry, Andrés Pardo

€16.00

Nice Outfit, Issue 2: Knock Knock

€25.00

Hapax Magazine, Issue 5

€20.00

Trophy Lives, Philippa Snow

€17.00

The Last Safe Abortion, Carmen Winant

€50.00

Hello Chaos, a Love Story, Charlie Engman

€16.00

How to Soften Corners, Jennie Moran / Luncheonette

€25.00

Airmid’s Journal: An t-Earrach 2024

€12.00

Upping the Anti: A Journal of Theory and Action, Issue 23

€15.00

SMUT Badges

€3.00

The Modernist, Issue 49: Neglected

€12.00

Bia! Zine Issue 002

€20.00

Falscher Hase/Mock Rabbit, Jana Müller

€28.00

Voice Tracking, Megan Hadfield

€7.00

Civil Imagination: A Political Ontology of Photography, Ariella Aïsha Azoulay

€30.00

Jacobin, Issue 52: Artificial Intelligence

€16.00

Celebrating 10 Years of The Library Project Sticker Sheet

€5.00

You spin me round: Essays on music

€15.00

Dublin Streets 2012–2022, Lorcan Finnegan

€35.00

Almost All the Flowers in My Mother’s Garden, Hilla Kurki

€30.00

Falscher Hase/Mock Rabbit, Jana Müller

€28.00

A Room with a View, Verena von Beckerath (Ed.)

€28.00

Don’t Forget The Bush You Dried Your Shirt On, Sadhbh Lynam (Signed)

€25.00

Dreamer, KangHee Kim

€60.00

Country Girls, Anna Fox and Alison Goldfrapp

€55.00

Street Cops, Jill Freedman

€60.00

Stoned in Melanchol, Megan Doherty

€35.00

Greater Atlanta, Mark Steinmetz

€60.00

South East, Mark Steinmetz

€60.00

South Central, Mark Steinmetz

€60.00

Modern Paradox, Joshua K. Jackson

€55.00

L'ombre de ton ombre, Paul Knight

€40.00

A Field Measure Survey of American Architecture, Jeffrey Ladd

€40.00

O’Devaney Gardens, Peter O’Doherty

€22.00

Charles Peterson's Nirvana

€47.00

Dublin City, Suburbs & County 1970s, Keith Nolan

€12.00
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The Holding Place
Emma O'Brien

The Holding Place is a meditation on the physical, psychological, and political landscape of Motherhood. The small world they inhabit, the recurring daily routines, the scant time available, and the intimacy of the mother-child relationship all shape the work. In The Holding Place, the personal and political blur as the artist engages in a raw and honest dialogue, exploring the emotional complexities and challenges of motherhood.

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CRITICAL READS

RELEVANT & CURRENT

A poc a poc, Mora Ojea

€18.00

Rent Strike 1970 - 1973: Reclaiming the history of Irish tenants, Fiadh Tubridy

€5.00

Being a Border, Nuit Banai

€15.00

Upping the Anti: A Journal of Theory and Action, Issue 23

€15.00

Dublin Exchange: Reflections from a City in Flux

€14.00

Falscher Hase/Mock Rabbit, Jana Müller

€28.00

Running Feet, Sharp Noses: Essays on the Animal World

€15.00

Gather, Niamh O'Malley

€20.00

Civil Imagination: A Political Ontology of Photography, Ariella Aïsha Azoulay

€30.00

Enough: Artists and writers on gendered violence

€40.00

Postnational Art Histories: What Is Postnational Art History?

€35.00

Echo’s Bones: A Parallel Play, Sarah Browne (Ed.)

€12.00

After Sex, Edna Bonhomme and Alice Spawls (Ed.)

€18.00

The Architecture of Chance, Christodoulos Makris

€10.00

Radacach! Mná agus Réabhlóid na hÉireann, Julie Morrissy and Aedín Ní Bhróithe Clements (Ed.)

€10.00

Radical! Women and the Irish Revolution, Julie Morrissy

€10.00

Objects in Time, Lighting the Archive with Mike Sperlinger

€18.00

The Civil Contract of Photography, Ariella Azoulay

€30.00
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OVER Journal Black Tote Bag

€20.00
The OVER Tote Bag is the ideal book carrier, strong and wide, made with 100% certified organic Fairtrade cotton. The handles are wide and sturdy, not too long at 28cm so you can control the weight better and still carry it under your shoulder. The container is 36 wide by 39cm long, with a generous gusset of 6cm. This is your bag for life.

Nice Outfit, Issue 2: Knock Knock

€25.00

Hapax Magazine, Issue 5

€20.00

Airmid’s Journal: An t-Earrach 2024

€12.00

Upping the Anti: A Journal of Theory and Action, Issue 23

€15.00

The Modernist, Issue 49: Neglected

€12.00

Madouveh, Lewis Kenny and Sean Cuddy

€15.00

Dublin InQuirer, Issue 96

€3.00

F For: Hong Kong Protest Music Zine, Volume 2

€15.00

Jacobin, Issue 52: Artificial Intelligence

€16.00

Reloved, Issue 1

€24.00

Banshee, Issue 16

€10.00

Dublin InQuirer, Issue 95

€3.00

Lemon Magazine, Issue 20

€12.00

MacGuffin, Issue 13: The Letter

€24.00

Sandwich, Issue 8: The Chefs Special

€15.00

The Plant, Issue 20

€24.00

A Line Which Forms a Volume 6

€12.00

A Line Which Forms a Volume 4

€12.00

OUR PUBLICATIONS

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The Holding Place, Emma O'Brien

€55.00

OVER Journal Issue 3

€20.00

OVER Journal Issue 2

€16.00€20.00

OVER Journal Issue 1

€16.00€20.00

Celebrating 10 Years of The Library Project Sticker Sheet

€5.00

Trigger, Issue 5: Energy

€20.00

Bite the Hand that Feeds You

€20.00

OVER Journal Jumper

€45.00

OVER Journal Black Tote Bag

€20.00

The Library Project Tote Bag

€12.00€15.00

Museum of Contemporary Photography of Ireland Tote Bag

€12.00€15.00

Tsundoku Art Book Fair Tote Bag

€12.00€20.00

Tsundoku Sticker

€2.00€5.00

Tsundoku Postcard

€1.00

Full Set of 100 Views of Contemporary Ireland Postcards

€50.00

PhotoIreland Lanyard

€5.00

On the Verge

€20.00

RESET

€10.00€25.00

HYBRIDS: Forging New Realities as Counter-Narrative

€15.00€25.00

TLP Editions BOX I

€230.00€360.00

Marfa Sky, Helio León

€15.00

The Random View, Bob Negryn

€6.00

From the Front, Letizia Lopreiato

€6.00

House Rules, Chris Finnegan

€6.00

KIDS BOOKS

FOR BRIGHTER MINDS

Little People, BIG DREAMS: Pelé

€15.00

Little People, BIG DREAMS: Freddie Mercury

€15.00

Little People, BIG DREAMS: Laverne Cox

€15.00

Little People, BIG DREAMS: Dolly Parton

€15.00

Little People, BIG DREAMS: Audrey Hepburn

€15.00

Little People, BIG DREAMS: Harriet Tubman

€15.00

Little People, BIG DREAMS: Kamala Harris

€15.00

Little People, BIG DREAMS: Bob Dylan

€15.00

Little People, BIG DREAMS: Leo Messi

€15.00

Little People, BIG DREAMS: Georgia O'Keeffe

€15.00

Little People, BIG DREAMS: Amanda Gorman

€15.00

Little People, BIG DREAMS: David

€7.00

Little People, BIG DREAMS: Artists

€10.00

The Story Orchestra: The Planets

€22.00

Home, Carson Ellis

€12.00

The Shortest Day, Susan Cooper

€12.00

Perdu, Richard Jones

€10.00

Little People, BIG DREAMS: Nikola Tesla

€15.00

SELECTED ARTWORKS

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Aidan Kelly, No Ordinary Love

€624.00

Aisling McCoy, C19:II:XIII from Studies in Time and Distance

€1,271.00

Alastair Keady, Catharsis

€158.00

Alastair Keady, Urban/Rural Divide – Rural

€397.00

Alastair Keady, Urban/Rural Divide – Urban

€397.00