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An entire
museum dedicated
to Photography

Context

The Museum of Contemporary Photography of Ireland is part of an ongoing public-facing research project run by PhotoIreland, presented in its first instance during July 2019, in the context of PhotoIreland Festival, at The Printworks, Dublin Castle. The space is only active during PhotoIreland Festival.

Location


The Museum of Contemporary Photography of Ireland

Presented only during the PhotoIreland Festival every year. Please, note that this is not yet a permanent museum.
The Printworks, Dublin Castle, Castle Street,
Dublin – D02 HW86, Ireland.

Entry details

Tickets
Standard:  €5 allowing for a second visit.

MultiPass: €20 allowing for a +1 and limitless entry.

Free copy of magazine OVER Journal issue 1 with every ticket available at the Museum counter.

Note: Entry during Tsundoku Art Book Fair is free.

Under 16s
Under 16s must be accompanied by parents or guardians at all times.


Museum of Contemporary Photography of Ireland

Opening Hours

Monday to Sunday 10am-5pm
Open only between 30th June and 23th July 2023, why? →

Special Entry

Patrons
PhotoIreland is creating radical progress for Photography in Ireland with the backing of many patrons that share our vision. To thank their continuous support, all current PhotoIreland Patrons enjoy free entry, and receive the special Very Important Patron Pass.

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Venue Map

Guide

Contact

Email
To get in touch with the Museum of Contemporary Photography of Ireland, you can email us at info@photoireland.org

Phone
Call us on 087 6856169

Press
For press releases and documentation, please contact Julia Gelezova at julia.gelezova@photoireland.org

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