New exhibition to showcase some of Ireland's best live music photographers 3 years ago

New exhibition to showcase some of Ireland's best live music photographers

The exhibition will feature some of music's biggest names.

Dublin will play host to a new exhibition featuring striking images of Irish and international acts, including Green Day, St. Vincent, Stormzy and U2.

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'What We Did In The Shadows' takes place in The Bernard Shaw on Richmond Street from 26 January until 21 February and promises an extensive retrospective of live music photography as captured by snappers who have been shooting gigs far and wide for the best part of a decade.

The exhibition will display the likes of The National, Future Islands, Grace Jones, Stormzy, Ennio Morricone, alt-j, Green Day, Nick Cave, Depeche Mode, St. Vincent, and The Darkness, as well as homegrown acts such as U2, Villagers, Girl Band, All Tvvins, James Vincent McMorrow and Sinéad O'Connor.

The featured photographers in question are Kathrin Baumbach, Leah Carroll, Lucy Foster - who captured St. Vincent in the Olympia Theatre above - Colm Kelly, James Murray, and Kieran Frost, who caught Billie Joe Armstrong looking cheeky at the top of the page.

Between them, they have had their work featured in Rolling Stone, The Sunday Times, Q Magazine, and Hot Press to name but a few.

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