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Fiona Hackett, El Segundo, Los Angeles
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Fiona Hackett, El Segundo, Los Angeles


El Segundo, Los Angeles
65.2 x 47 cm Framed
Edition of 6
€908 Framed  /  €624 Unframed (includes 13.5% VAT)


About the Artist

Fiona Hackett is a visual artist whose work has been exhibited in solo and group shows as well as published both nationally and internationally. She studied photography at IADT in her mid-career and was subsequently awarded a practice-led PhD from UCD in 2012 on the theme of photography, seismology and the imagining of Southern California (IRC funded).

Recently The Long Disease: LA Stories was exhibited at the RHA Gallery, Dublin (2021), in parallel with publishing a book of the same title. Previously, she held solo exhibitions in Lexicon, Dun Laoghaire (Mausoleums of Precious Belongings,2017); UCD (Terra Incognita, 2012); and Mermaid Arts Centre (Fade Out, 2008).

In 2019, she received the Curtin-O’Donoghue Progressive Vision Photography Prize at the RHA 189th Annual Exhibition. In 2022, The Telegraph (UK) newspaper included her as one of the Top Ten Irish photographers of 2021. Selected group exhibitions include Politics of Place, PhotoMuseum Ireland (2022); Images are All We Have, Museum of Contemporary Photography (2022); Extraterritorial Spaces and Ordinary Life, EV+A (2007 & ’08) and Mumbai‘s Bienniale Photography Festival (2015). Her work has also featured in Condé Nast’s Architectural Digest (India), Katalog (Denmark), Landscapes Journal (UK) and Photoworks Showcase (UK) and been reviewed in The Irish Times, Irish Arts Review and Visual Artists Newsheet. In addition to being held in private collections, prints are included in OPW and DLRCoCo collections



Postage and Collection

All postage costs for framed and unframed works are processed separately following order of the print. This is to allow for specific protective packaging for each individual case. After purchase, we will contact you to organise delivery and payment for delivery costs.

Alternatively, free Click-and-Collect is available from The Library Project at 4 Temple Bar Street, D02YK53 during opening hours.




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