Cork Photo Fringe 2014

Cork Photo Fringe


This July sees the launch of the first Cork Photo Fringe, a Photography Festival showcasing individual visions of wide ranging subjects. Open to all, the festival embraces freedom and the dynamic use of alternative spaces across Cork City.


PhotoIreland welcomes this initiative and hopes it becomes a regular feature in Cork every July. Check out the map and further information at

Sanda Galina, Untitled

                                                                                                                                                                                 Image Credit: Sanda Galina


Programmed Events



David Hegarty, Irish Landscapes

Cork Community Print Shop, Lower Oliver Plunkett St
1-31 July/ Wed-Sat 12am–6pm Sun-Tues closed


Brian Mac Domhnaill, Dept.

Filter, 19 George’s Quay
1-31 July/ Mon- Fri 8am–6pm Sat 9am-6pm/ Sun 10am-5pm



Jean Luc Morales, Portraits

Cork Arts Theatre, Carroll’s Quay 1-31 July



Jed Niezgoda, On the Wharf Side

The National Sculpture Factory, Albert Road

1-31 July/ Mon-Fri 9.30am-5pm Sat-Sun closed



Rory O’Toole, Next Stop Newquay

Cork Public Museum, Fitzgerald’s Park 1-31 July



Matthew Wilson

The Haven, Bachelors Quay
1-31 July/ Mon-Sat 10am–5pm/ Sun closed 

David Gunis, Present Tense

Helio León, Warwick Road

Camden Palace Hotel, Camden Quay 1-31 July 



Joan Alexander, Shadow Speed

Louise Maher, Keeping Time

Richard Hartigan, Phonetography

Sanda Galina, Untitled 

Boole Library, University College Cork
1-31 July/ Mon-Fri 8am-5pm/ Sat 10am-1pm Sun closed




Hilary Clarke, Spaces
+ CIT Crawford College of Art and Design Evening Programme, Discovery

Deep South, 51 Grand Parade
3-31 July/ 12am-late 



Carolyn Collier, A Figure in the Landscape
The Firkin Crane, John Redmond Street 5-30 July / 10am-10pm



Roseanne Lynch

Nash 19, Sternview, 19 Princes St 7-31 July/ Mon-Fri 7.30am–3.30pm Sat 8.30am–3.30pm/ Sun closed 



Further information at »