Remote Photo 2018

11-13 May 2018


Talks: Jamie Wellford & Sean O'Hagan

National Geographic Photo Editor & Guardian Photography Writer (click image for more details)


Kinnegar Photo Competition Now Open

Winners chosen by National Geographic Photo Editor (click for more details)


The Lost Moment

Exhibition Opening 12 May


Reframing the Border: Festival Weekend 11-13 May 2018

Remote Photo Festival & The Gallery Of Photography

Remote Photo is a festival dedicated to photographers creating work in a remote or rural context.

The theme for this year’s festival is Reframing the Border. 

The border in Ireland is one of the most important issues affecting the island of Ireland.  As we approach the centenary of partition

the possible imposition of a hard border has prompted intense speculation and debate.

Remote Photo Festival have invited leading artists, broadcasters, creatives, curators, historians, politicians and writers

 to come together for a series of discussions and events exploring the issues affecting the borderlands: past, present and future.

Join us for a weekend of talks and events on 11th, 12th & 13th May 2018.

The Lost Moment – Civil Rights, Street Protest and Resistance in Northern Ireland, 1968-69

Photo Album of Donegal – Selected Works – Donegal County Museum

Dragana Jurisic: Fields of Gunnera

Seán Hillen | LondoNewry & Irelantis

Dara McGrath: Project Cleansweep

Enda Bowe: Love’s Fire Song & Searching for North

Donovan Wylie | Watchtowers

Anthony Haughey | Disputed Territory

Main Gallery – Installation Kate Nolan | Lacuna

David Farrell | Innocent Landscapes

Kevin Fox | Drum: Portrait of a Village

Nigel Swann | Borderlands

Patrick Kelly | The Land of Milk and Honey

Tony O’Shea | Border Roads

Raymond B Newman: An Unsettled Border

Ciaran Dunbar | Diesel

Aidan Pedreschi | Pillboxes