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The Tokyo International Photography Competition comes to The Library Project

on June 23, 2020

The Tokyo International Photography Competition brings to Ireland a diversity of practices to enjoy on the gallery walls of The Library Project in Temple Bar: Hashem Shakeri, Gregg Segal, Turjoy Chowdhury, Acacia Johnson, Ciril Jazbec, Charlotta María Hauksdóttir, Ryota Kajita, and Robin Michals.

Tokyo International Photography Competition 2020
9 July-16 August
Wednesday-Friday 11-6pm, Saturday-Sunday 12-4pm
The Library Project, 4 Temple Bar Street, D02 YK53, Dublin

The Tokyo International Photography Competition returns for its seventh edition, with the winners travelling showcase making a stop at The Library Project, 1-26 July. The TIPC was created to provide an opportunity for photographers to present their artistic visions beyond their country’s borders. Each year, a jury composed of international photography professionals select eight photographers whose work is exhibited as part of an international traveling exhibition. This year, the work will be exhibited in Taiwan, Japan, USA, and Ireland.

Visitors will discover the works of the following TIPC 2020 finalists:

  • Hashem Shakeri, An Elegy for the Death of Hamun Grand Prix Winner
  • Gregg Segal, 7 Days of Garbage
  • Turjoy Chowdhury, Breathing on the Brink
  • Acacia Johnson, Sea Ice Stories
  • Ciril Jazbec, The Ice Stupas
  • Charlotta María Hauksdóttir, Imprints
  • Ryota Kajita, Ice Formation
  • Robin Michals, Our Neighborhood 

Image: Ciril Jazbec, The Ice Stupas.

Find out more about PhotoIreland Festival at 2020.photoireland.org

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